Call for Papers
LSJ is now accepting submissions from Library and Information Science students around the world! Visit us at www.librarystudentjournal.org to view our submission guidelines and upload your submission. LSJ is a great way for students to gain experience in Open Access publishing and get a published paper on their resume before starting the job hunt! Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A selection of recently published papers:
- Cataloging and classification of illuminated manuscripts: intellectual access for the pre-modern manuscript by Meredith Torre, University of Wisconsin Madison.
- Going online: academic libraries and the move from print to electronic journals
by Toni Fortini, Southern Connecticut State University
- Reference librarianship: notes from the trenches, by Charles R. Anderson and Peter Sprenkle (review Bridget Schumacher, SUNY Buffalo)
The first year of LSJ, presentation now available:
Editor-in-Chief Amy Buckland, and Publisher Eli Guinnee gave the keynote address at the Simmons College Skillshare on the topic of Student Scholarship in the Open Access Age: the First Year of Library Student Journal. Links to the podcast and slidecast.
Facebook, Second Life, & the LSJ Editors’ Blog
Our Facebook and Second Life groups are growing quickly. If you are an LIS student and regular visitor to either, find us by searching for “Library Student Journal” This is a great way to communicate with colleagues worldwide in a more informal setting than librarystudentjournal.org
And don’t forget to visit our blog.
Amy Buckland, McGill University, Editor-in-Chief
Eli Guinnee, SUNY Buffalo, Publisher