Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Call for book proposals

IGI Global is pleased to announce that it is accepting new proposals for contribution to the “Advances in Library Information Science” (ALIS) book series. The series, which first launched in the spring of 2010, currently comprises 20 research-oriented publications on the developments and trends affecting libraries in the United States and around the world.

ALIS mission is to expand the body of library science literature by covering a wide range of subjects, particularly those relating to emerging technologies, digitization of resources, information literacy, library education, and collection development. The series is also complemented by a quarterly newsletter , which promotes each book’s content ahead of publication.

Librarians interested in becoming ALIS authors or editors are encouraged to submit
a proposal, along with a short biography and CV, electronically (as Word documents) by August 1st for all summer submissions to,

For more information on how to submit a proposal,
please visit

For information about IGI Global’s existing library science titles,

you may browse the LIS brochure or LIS topic collection.

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