Monday, September 5, 2011

call for papers

Call for papers

We are currently seeking content for volume 63 (2012) of The Serials Librarian, the journal for continuing print and electronic resources published by Taylor and Francis and affiliated with NASIG.

Although we are keen to see scholarly articles on any aspect of continuing resources (acquisition, promotion, cataloguing, development), we are also on the look-out for information on projects relating to serials management from around the world, especially from Europe, Australasia, and Asia. We have opportunities for authors to contribute material to our popular columns which exist on a range of subjects, and would welcome case studies on how your institutions and organisations are currently monitoring and managing your collections.

Finally, we would welcome contributions from our colleagues in publishing to give a different perspective to that of the subscriber or end-user. We are not looking for articles or pieces which promote a particular company, but would welcome approaches from this sector.

You may view the Instructions for Authors at

Please contact editors Louise and Andrew at in the first instance with your ideas and proposed submissions intended for The Serials Librarian.

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