Call for Editorial Advisors: Evidence Based Library and Information Practice


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Evidence Based Library and Information Practice is expanding its Editorial Advisory Team and is seeking qualified persons to apply for a two year term. The international Editorial Advisory Team currently consists of information professionals representing numerous areas of library and information studies. Advisors are expected to review approximately 4 manuscripts per year. Manuscripts include original research and Evidence Summaries. Advisors should be familiar with evidence based practice and research methods. We are particularly interested in applicants with experience in school and public librarianship, information technology, archives, and non-traditional library services and environments.

Interested persons should send their resume, along with a list of 5 areas of interest/specialization, to Lindsay Glynn (lglynn@mun.ca) no later than April 1, 2008.

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