Wednesday, January 11, 2017
CFP: Journal of New Librarianship (Open Access Journal)
I am pleased and excited to announce the publication of Volume 1, Issue 1 of the Journal of New Librarianship. Read it now: http://www.newlib
The Journal of New Librarianship is an open access journal for members of the library and information professions, and published via Scholastica.
The first issue includes double-blind peer reviewed articles by Meg Henderson from the University of Southern California and Emma Oxford James Madison University; book reviews by Bea Calvert of Loyola University- New Orleans and Carol Waggoner-Angleton of Augusta University; and essays by Dan Vinson of Mount Mary University, Deb Schwartz, CEO, LAC Group, and Emily Drabinski of Long Island University.
Moving forward, the journal hopes to publish a wide variety of content from a wide variety of librarians from public, special, academic and other libraries, including: peer-reviewed articles; essays; opinion pieces; book reviews; and content in a variety of formats, including text, video, podcasts, etc.
Moving forward, works will be published on a rolling basis. We are accepting submissions now to v2i1, which will include all work published between now and .
Submissions may include, but are not limited to: Solicited articles; Scholarly Articles; Essays; Experience and opinion pieces; Media (i.e., podcasts, video, etc) relevant to innovative practices in librarianship; Book reviews; Technology reviews; Letters to the Editor on topics relevant to the field; Data sets; Manifestos; Extended scholarship (Greater than 15,000 words); and Interviews.
Non-English content is welcome. Translation assistance is available for accepted works.
As this is a diamond-model open access journal, there are no APCs: Submission is free, as it should be. There is also no charge to readers or to authors for the Journal of New Librarianship. For additional information, please check out http://www.newlibs.org/for