Saturday, August 27, 2016

Most popular blog post on Academic Writing Librarian

Interested to see the most popular blog post on my blog, with almost two and a half thousand hits in one year,  is Dr Mary Delaney's post Why I recommend librarians do doctoral research
Mary is Librarian at Carlow Institute of Technology.  Her thesis entitled "Concept, Ownership and Impact of Information Literacy in an Irish Higher Education Setting," submitted to University of Sheffield,  is available on open access.

Call for Papers Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science

The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science solicits articles for publication. The journal publishes research papers, scholarly opinion papers, reviews of research, brief communications, and reviews of books and other media. Papers are selected by a process of peer review, with usually two independent reviews of each paper.
The editorial policy of the journal is to contribute to the advancement of information and library science by serving as a forum for discussion of theory and research. The journal is concerned with research findings, understanding of issues in the field, information practices of individuals and groups, and understanding of the history, economics, and technology of information or library systems and services. Submissions in French or English are invited. interested authors, referees, contributors, and book reviewers should contact the editor:
Dr. Valerie Nesset
Graduate School of Education
University at Buffalo
534 Baldy Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260-1020