Tuesday, December 22, 2009

call for papers

The editor of Internet Reference Services Quarterly

seeks manuscripts for Volume 15 (2010). The journal covers all aspects
of reference service provided via the Internet.

Why publish in IRSQ?
o Peer reviewed
o Four-week review process
o Editorial support for new authors
o Narrow scope focuses on web technologies as they relate to reference
o Wide audience of all library types and disciplines – public,
academic, special, humanities, science, etc.

More information for authors is available at the journal website -

Contact the editor with questions or to discuss your manuscript.

Manuscripts are accepted on a rolling basis. Manuscripts submitted by
the following dates are likely to be included in the corresponding
issue, assuming the manuscript clears the review process.

Vol 15 (2) February 4
Vol 15 (3) May 6
Vol 15 (4) August 17
Vol 16 (1) November 4

This journal is published by the Taylor & Francis Group, with offices in
Philadelphia, London, and other countries. Request a free online issue
at the journal website

Brenda Reeb
Editor, Internet Reference Services Quarterly
Director, Business & Government Information Library
River Campus – Rhees 210
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627
voice 585-275-8249
cell 585-414-0146
fax 585-273-5316
email brenda.reeb@rochester.edu / via libref-l

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