International Information & Library Review Invitation for Column Contributions

Global Postcards: Research, Projects, and Experiences from the Field

International Information & Library Review

The International Information & Library Review is currently seeking articles and proposals for the journal’s “Global Postcards: Research, Projects, and Experiences from the Field” column.

The overall mission of the International Information & Library Review is the provision of knowledge that will assist in the success of libraries and information-related institutions around the world. Based on a global perspective, the International Information & Library Review publishes current and anecdotal information for library and information professionals and paraprofessionals in public, academic, special, government, and corporate environments.

The “Global Postcards: Research, Projects, and Experiences from the Field” column features news and reports from around the world. Contributions do not need to be lengthy, but should be informative. The strength of the column is its broad, international focus, and contributors are encouraged to explore issues and share news relevant to their geographical region, as well as the larger, global audience.

Topics may include (but are not limited to):

  • Reports from on-the-ground projects
  • Recaps of conferences and meetings around the world
  • Accounts of professional development experiences
  • Summaries of research projects
  • Grants and other funding opportunities

Submission Instructions

Interested authors are invited to submit proposals and articles to the column editors at jsolis@email.unc.edu and rlk25@pitt.edu. Articles should be written in Word.

For more information about the International Information & Library Review including complete submission instructions, please visit the journal’s webpage:  www.tandfonline.com/ULBR

Editorial information

  • Editor-in-Chief: Gary M. Pitkin, University of Northern Colorado (Retired)
  • Column Editor: Jacqueline Solis , University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • Column Editor: Robin Kear, University of Pittsburgh