[Asis-l] FW: LIBRES: CALL FOR PAPERS
K.Smith at curtin.edu.au
Mon Oct 25 21:27:01 EDT 2004
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CALL FOR PAPERS
LIBRES, an electronic, peer-reviewed, international scholarly journal
devoted to Library and Information Science Research, is pleased to announce
a CALL FOR PAPERS for its next and forthcoming issues. The next issue due
March 31, 2005. Articles are considered as received and they should reach
the relevant editor no later than the beginning of January 2005 for
consideration for the March 2005 issue. With the potential of the Web for
'rich' content, the editors particularly encourage the use of web-based
technology in the presentation of articles.
The September 2004 issue of LIBRES is now available at:
LIBRES is a peer-reviewed electronic journal with an editorial board of
library and information science scholars. LIBRES communicates scholarly
thought in library and information science. Its publication language is
English. It is published in March and September.
LIBRES also publishes non-refereed articles, reports, as well as book
reviews, plus news and discussion of library and information science
research, applications and events. The journal has four sections:
1. Research and applications (refereed). Peer-reviewed scholarly articles
from multiple sub-disciplines of library and information science on such
topics as analysis, evaluation, applications (reports of progress) in
libraries, plus other information science research.
Editor: Scott Seaman
(email: seaman at spot.colorado.edu)
2. Essays and opinions (non-refereed)
Editor: Ann Curry
(email: ann.curry at ubc.ca)
3. Reviews of print and electronic resources
and other discussions (non-refereed)
Editor: Suzanne Milton
(email: smilton at ewu.edu)
4. News and Meetings
Editor: Kerry Smith
(email: K.Smith at curtin.edu.au)
LIBRES is based on the principle of subscription to an electronic discussion
list, the members of which are informed when an issue has been released. An
archive is also maintained.
News on upcoming international conferences is now entirely web based. This
information can be found at. http://libres.curtin.edu.au/conferences.htm
Please contact the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Kerry Smith, email
K.Smith at curtin.edu.au if you require further information.
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