CFP: Showcasing postgraduate research in Library and Information studies (Special Issue of Library Review)
best of contemporary research by new researchers in the field of information
and library studies, information systems, information management, archives
and records management, based on topics within the scope of the journal.
Papers should be submitted by the researcher and supervisor as co-authored
papers, and may be based on continuing PhD/MPhil/MRes research OR
PhD/MPhil/MRes theses and MSc/MA dissertations (distinction level or
similar)submitted and/or examined since January 2011.
Library Review is a leading Emerald journal with global reach and
readership. All papers submitted are subject to standard, rigorous double
blind peer review. Submissions to Library Review are made using ScholarOne
Manuscripts, the online submission and peer review system. Registration and
access is available at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/lr . Full
information and guidance on using ScholarOne Manuscripts is available at the
Emerald ScholarOne Manuscripts Support Centre:
All papers wishing to be considered for
inclusion should be submitted NO LATER than 15 June 2012.
journal is outlined on the journal website:
further delineated in the editorial for Vol 61, Iss 1 2012.
Any queries in relation to eligibility and scope should be addressed to any
member of the editorial team: either the Editor (details below) or the
Associate Editors (Amanda Cossham
(Amanda.Cossham@openpolytechnic.ac.nz and Anoush Simon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Editor, Library Review