Friday, March 10, 2017

CFP: Digital Library Perspectives (DLP) Special Issue on Digital Library Interface

Digital Library Perspectives (DLP) is looking for articles for a special issue on the digital library interface, and its intersections with partners both internal and external. Examples could include the wider organizational information technology (IT) environment such as intellectual property and governance, security and privacy, collection storage, and preservation, as well as issues and challenges that concern digital content creators and providers.  Articles can be of any length, and figures and screen shots are encouraged. DLP is a peer-reviewed journal.
Inquiries can be sent directly to the editor's email listed below (please do not reply to the list).  Please send a title and short proposal, along with contact information, to the editor no later than March 31, 2017.  Accepted proposals will be due by November 1, 2017, and can be submitted directly to the Emerald ScholarOne system at  

If you have any questions, please contact the editor directly.  Thanks.  Brad

Bradford Lee Eden, Ph.D.
Editor, Digital Library Perspectives
Dean of Library Services
Christopher Center for Library and Information Resources
Valparaiso University
Valparaiso, Indiana  46383

Digital Library Perspectives (DLP)

Journal history
Previously published as OCLC Systems & Services:  International Digital Library Perspectives

Aims & Scope
Digital Library Perspectives (DLP) is a peer-reviewed journal concerned with digital content collections.  It publishes research  related to the curation and web-based delivery of digital objects collected for the advancement of scholarship, teaching and learning.  And which advance the digital information environment as it relates to global knowledge, communication and world memory.

The journal aims to keep readers informed about current trends, initiatives, and developments.  Including those in digital libraries and digital repositories,  along with their standards and technologies.
The editor invites contributions on the following, as well as other related topics:
  • Digitization
  • Data as information
  • Archives and manuscripts
  • Digital preservation and digital archiving
  • Digital cultural memory initiatives
  • Usability studies
  • K-12 and higher education uses of digital collections