After a successful first issue, the editorial team of Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research is preparing the Spring 2007 issue. We are looking for interesting articles for our peer reviewed sections, including Innovations in Practice, Theory and Research and the Conference Spotlight. The next deadline for submissions to these sections is February 28th, 2007. To submit article go to www.partnershipjournal.ca and follow the instructions for authors.
Innovations in Practice
This section will publish articles of 1000-4000 words that describe new initiatives and analyze their outcomes. Articles in this section will undergo a double blind peer review process before publication. Let others know how you put your best ideas into practice, and what lessons can be learned from the experience. Articles should include enough background to create a context for the general reader, and local acronyms and specialized terminology should be kept to a minimum or clearly explained. For more information please contact Lorie Kloda at [log in to unmask].
May include, but are not limited to, theoretical issues surrounding philosophies, policies and trends in all types of library and information environments. Research articles can be either quantitative or qualitative in nature. Empirical models (evidence-based or experimental techniques) and exploratory models of investigation are welcome. Articles should be 1500-5000 words and will be subject to a double blind peer review process. For more information please contact Heather Morrison at [log in to unmask].
These contributions, based on presentations at Canadian library or library-related conferences, may be nominated by anyone in the library community at large. Submissions could also be recommended by members of the Editorial Board. Presenters will be contacted and invited to prepare and send a submission. Up to three items will ultimately be selected by the section editor for peer review for any issue of the journal. Topics may range from theoretical to technological highlights to view points to new practices. The format may also range widely including but not limited to videorecordings, online posters and formal papers. The length of the article will be guided by the format. Text-based submissions should be 1,000 to 4,000 words. Videorecordings would normally be 15 to 60 minutes. International presenters are welcome. For more information please contact Catherine Baird at [log in to unmask].
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