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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Call for Proposals: The Serials Librarian

Seeking submissions for future issues of The Serials Librarian

The Serials Librarian is an international, peer-reviewed journal published by Taylor and Francis, featuring in-depth articles, columns, and discussion on all aspects of the serials chain (print or electronic), whether from the acquisitions and cataloguing perspective, the publisher or agent viewpoint, or placing a focus on trends such as open access, licensing, repositories, new ways of publishing and access material.

We welcome articles from any country in the world and from publishers, agents and intermediaries as well as librarians.  We are also not focused on any particular sector and welcome submissions from outside the educational field.   All articles are subject to blind peer review before acceptance and we have an
international editorial board with a wide range of expertise across the world of serials.

If you are interested in contributing to our journal then please email editorserialslib@gmail.com with a proposal or article, or an idea for a future column or short piece.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Louise Cole (Kingston University, UK)
Andrew Shroyer (California State University, Los Angeles, USA)

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