Monday, August 13, 2012

call for papers

Journal call for papers from Library Hi Tech News

Library Hi Tech News (LHTN), is actively seeking submissions.
LHTN is an established (1984+) print and online monthly journal that quickly publishes articles of interest
to our international readership. The journal's major focus is on developments in library technology.

Although not formally peer reviewed, LHTN is indexed in Library and Information Science Abstracts
(LISA), Library, Information Science and Technology Abstracts (LISTA), Scopus, INSPEC, Current Index
to Journals in Education and others.
Published by Emerald Publishing Group, LHTN is interested in articles of varying lengths, reports from
relevant conferences, and case studies of library use of technology. The editors will work with authors that
are new to LIS publishing, and those who are seeking outlets for reporting on practical uses of IT in
libraries.  Readersconsider LHTN the source to hear whats coming next in terms of technology development for academic and
public libraries.

Submissions particularly welcome in the following areas (for example):

ï‚· New Web Browsers/Search Engines

ï‚· Virtual Reference/Pilots/Experiments

ï‚· Library Uses of Skype/VOIP

ï‚· Integrated Library Systems (ILSs) and ILMS

ï‚· Blogging

ï‚· Discovery Tools/Federated Search

ï‚· Library Mobile Applications

ï‚· EContent/Ebooks/Digital Collections

ï‚· Social Networks/Collaboration

ï‚· Virtual Worlds

ï‚· Instructional Technology

ï‚· Content Management Systems

ï‚· Library as Publisher

ï‚· Twitter Applications for Libraries

ï‚· Gaming and Simulations

ï‚· Digital Textbooks

ï‚· New Library Learning Spaces

ï‚· Digital Preservation/Data Curation

ï‚· Virtual Conferencing

ï‚· Citation Managers

ï‚· Digital Video

ï‚· Technology for Library Users with Disabilities

ï‚· LibGuides and similar products

ï‚· Data Visualization

ï‚· EScience/EResearch/Cyberinfrastructure

ï‚· Open Source Software

ï‚· Cloud Computing

ï‚· Metadata and Tagging

ï‚· Crowdsourcing

ï‚· Web analytics tools

ï‚· Web 3.0 and the semantic web

For a free sample issue, please see:

We look forward to hearing your ideas, and to reading your submissions for LHTN.

Thank you very much,

Martin Kesselman and Laura Bowering Mullen, Co-Editors of LHTN,
Laura Bowering Mullen

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