Library and information science students. . .
. . . would you like to be published?
. . . would you like to join the knowledge creation cycle?
. . . would you like to enrich your resume?
If the answer to any of the above questions is “yes,” you should consider submitting a manuscript to Current Studies in Librarianship (CSiL). The mission of CSiL is to publish readable, timely, and scholarly articles by library and information science (LIS) students. The editors welcome both original papers as well as papers prepared as part of the requirements for seminars and other LIS classes.
The primary mission of CSiL is the publication of student scholarship, which includes manuscripts authored entirely by students as well as those authored jointly by students and librarians and other information professionals (e.g., LIS faculty, librarians, computer scientists, etc.). Articles may report on original research, the utilization of known information in new ways, or other forms of recognized scholarship. All submissions should be double-spaced throughout and should conform to the current edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Manuscripts should be submitted electronically, via e-mail or on disk as Microsoft Word or rich text format documents, and in hard copy.
The deadline for submissions for volume 29 is 30 November 2007. Manuscripts received after that date will be considered for subsequent publication.
CSiL is a peer reviewed journal that has been published since 1977. It is indexed in both Library Literature & Information Science and Library & Information Science Abstracts.
Submissions should be directed to:
Current Studies in Librarianship, Department of Library Science, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, 840 Wood Street, Clarion, PA 16214-1232