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by Gloria G Roberson,Peter Gellatly,Carol F Schroeder

Author: Gloria G Roberson,Peter Gellatly,Carol F Schroeder
Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (January 30, 1995)
Pages: 230 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.1
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Public, academic, special, and school librarians, as well as other information specialists seeking to publish in the library . This helpful guidebook makes it easy for librarians to select the most appropriate periodical or serial for their proposed articles.

Public, academic, special, and school librarians, as well as other information specialists seeking to publish in the library science field, will find the Guide to Publishing Opportunities for Librarians a valuable tool for promoting professional development. ions, societies, and library schools, the guide also includes regional publications, newsletters, bulletins, scholarly journals, interdisciplinary and general periodicals, subject-specific publications, and electronic journals.

Public, academic, special, and school librarians, as well as other information specialists seeking to publish in the library science field, will find the Guide to Publishing Opportunities for Librarians a valuable tool for promoting. The Guide to Publishing Opportunities for Librarians provides the following comprehensive information for each publication listed: bibliographic entry.

Schroeder, . Roberson, . Gellatly, P. (1995). Guide to Publishing Opportunities for Librarians. In addition to the more familiar organs of national library associations, societies, and library schools, the guide also includes regional publications, newsletters, bulletins, scholarly journals, interdisciplinary and general periodicals, subject-specific publications, and electronic journals.

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Today's librarians are more interested in publishing than ever before, as evidenced by the number of library and information science publications, and the value placed on them by librarians. The Guide to Publishing Opportunities for Librarians provides concise, factual information about more than 200 publications. It highlights the scope, content, treatment of subjects, and intended audience of each.

book by Gloria G. Roberson. Today's librarians are more interested in publishing than ever before, as evidenced by the number of library and information science publications, and the value placed on them by librarians. For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. Contents Introduction.

This helpful guidebook makes it easy for librarians to select the most appropriate periodical or serial for their proposed articles. A subject index with cross references ensures quick access to the alphabetically listed titles. The Guide to Publishing Opportunities for Librarians provides the following comprehensive information for each publication listed: bibliographic entry name and address of editor to whom manuscripts should besubmitted names of indexing and abstracting services which include the publication editorial aim/policy scope and content intended audience manuscript style requirements acceptance rate review procedures for submitted articles Both novice and experienced authors will be able to quickly select the most appropriate periodical or serial for proposed articles from a wide variety of publications. In addition to the more familiar organs of national library associations, societies, and library schools, the guide also includes regional publications, newsletters, bulletins, scholarly journals, interdisciplinary and general periodicals, subject-specific publications, and electronic journals. Public, academic, special, and school librarians, as well as other information specialists seeking to publish in the library science field, will find the Guide to Publishing Opportunities for Librarians a valuable tool for promoting professional development.