9/23/15 – If you are doing anything Steve talks about, consider writing for this journal. It is not paid but it will up your ‘international profile’ and add to your CV.
As you are beginning new research projects, considering where to submit recently completed work, or editing a recent conference paper, please consider IFLA Journal. The journal publishes peer reviewed articles on library and information services and the social, political and economic issues that impact access to information. The journal publishes research, case studies and essays that reflect the broad spectrum of the profession.
All papers are peer reviewed, and we provide prompt feedback within 30 days of submission. IFLA Journal is widely disseminated to IFLA members around the world and available online on the SAGE Journals platform: ifl.sagepub.com hosted by HighWire. Articles are available Open Access with no embargo on author archiving of the accepted version of your work in institutional repositories (RoMEO Green).
Although IFLA Journal no longer publishes IFLA Congress papers directly, the journal editorial committee is pleased to review papers presented at the IFLA Congress and other conferences. All papers previously presented at a conference must be edited with at least a 30% change in content. In addition, the paper must have a new title.
How to submit:
Editor, IFLA Journal
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