Serials Review is launching FOUR new columns for 2015, and we need new column editors! The following columns are currently seeking Editors:
1. Across the Pond: This column will appear twice a year and explore serials and scholarly publishing issues in the United Kingdom and Europe.
2. In Laymen's Terms: This column will appear four times a year and address a technology or technical concept and explain it for the masses. Sample topics could include linked data, BIBFRAME, etc. This column will have two co-editors, each of whom would be responsible for two issues a year.
3. Problem Solved: This column will appear twice a year and offer a practical "how we did it well" case study about a particular workflow challenge or other operational problem that many libraries and information centers face.
4. Sharpest Tool in the Shed: This column will appear four times a year and will introduce and explain new systems and tools relating to scholarly publishing, serials, electronic resources, etc. This column will have two co-editors, each of whom would be responsible for two issues a year.
Interested applicants should send a letter of interest and CV to Maria Collins, Editor, at email@example.com or Jill Grogg, Associate Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the journal, please visit:www.tandfonline.com/USRV