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Saturday, July 23, 2011

Call for Full Papers: NMRT Footnotes. Due August 8

The NMRT Footnotes Committee is seeking contributions for our next issue.

Feature Articles
If there’s a project you want to share or some aspect of your job that you want to write about, we want to hear about it! Further, if you are a new librarian and want to get published and gain some professional writing experience, Footnotes is a great place to start. (Past issues of Footnotes can be found here.)

**Book Reviews**

Have you just read a book that would appeal to new librarians/information professionals? Want to share your thoughts? All subjects will be considered. A few book reviews will be published in each issue.

**Website Reviews**

Who doesn’t like to find out about fellow librarian’s favorite online resources/websites?! This column will include a handful of reviews of similar sites. Authors: please indicate the theme of the websites you are interested in reviewing. All subjects will be considered; please consider a minimum of 3 website reviews to include in your final submission

Please contact Nancy Eagan nge222@gmail.com with your article idea by Monday, July 25th.

The submissions deadline for this issue will be August 8th.

Thank you for your contributions!

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