Thursday, 20 September 2012

Caribbean Library Journal's (CLJ) call for submissions for 2013 publication

SOURCE:  Caribbean Library Journal (CLJ): A publication of The University of the West Indies, University Libraries

Caribbean Library Journal (CLJ) announces its call for submissions for online publication in its April 2013 issue. Information is provided about the journal and its scope. Types of research and submissions accepted are also outlined.

Caribbean Library Journal (CLJ) welcomes the submission of manuscripts for the publication of its inaugural issue in April 2013. CLJ is an open access peer-reviewed online journal which focuses on the practice and research of Caribbean librarianship and the information management of Caribbean resources globally. It publishes original research written by Caribbean librarians, information scientists and library school faculty and students, as well as by information professionals from outside the Caribbean region who work with, or conduct research on Caribbean materials. Currently, CLJ is only able to accept publications in English.
The CLJ team will work with new authors and persons with innovative ways of presenting scholarship in the Web 2.0 environment. A section of the journal is assigned to pushing the boundaries of Caribbean scholarship and publications. CLJ will accept visual essays, video presentations, technical coding with explanations on library and information, illustrated guides on how to solve library and archival issues.

Deadline for abstracts of no more than 400 words: 15th October 2012
See here for details.

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