Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship

Science and Technology Librarians:

Are you looking for a place to publish your work in a peer-reviewed journal?
The editors of Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship (ISTL) invite
you to submit your work to to our Refereed Section. Articles submitted to
the Refereed Section are put through a blind review by at least two
referees. Our turnaround time, from receipt of your article to notification
of publication status, is a short 6-8 weeks.

Unlike journals from commercial publishers, ISTL does not have a
subscription fee or page charges. It is a high quality, society produced
electronic publication, freely available to all.


More info follows....
Check out two of our recent articles:

Comparing Patterns of Print and Electronic Journal Use in an Academic Health
Science Library

Free Scholarly Journals : How Good Are They?

Titles of forthcoming articles in 2001:
Web Sites of Science-Engineering Libraries: Issues and Trends (Winter 2001)
Characterization of Unique Serials Indexed in the Zoological Record (Spring
2001)
The Coming of Age of E-Prints in the Literature of Physics (Summer 2001)


Have questions, comments, or an article to submit? Send them to
bchoinski @ istl.org.

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