Peer reviewed. Scholarly articles present primary research (broadly defined) on current library practice or historical analysis of library trends, including quantitative or qualitative evaluations. Also accepted in this category are position pieces which inform readers of, or to stimulate discussion about, significant library-related issues. Scholarly articles may be primary or secondary research and will provide complete references.
These articles will be submitted to two or more external readers for blind review. This may result in a request for revision, recommendation for inclusion in a non peer-reviewed section, or recommendation that an article not be accepted. Final decisions regarding acceptance, rejection, or revision are made by the editors of this journal.
See contributor guidelines.