The editors of the Journal of Education for Library & Information Science are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 51, no. 3.  ALISE members and JELIS subscribers should be receiving print copies soon.  

Featured on the JELIS website ( are:

--The Spectrum Doctoral Fellowship Program: The Future is Overdue, by editorial board interns Nicole Cooke and Sheri Edwards; and
--Teaching Information Retrieval With Web-based Interactive Visualization, by Peter Brusilovsky, Jae-wook Ahn and Edie Rasmussen (including three color images).
TABLE OF CONTENTS, Vol. 51, no. 3

Editors’ Notes
The Breadth and Depth of LIS Education by Michelle M. Kazmer and Kathleen Burnett, p. 129

Research Articles
Predicting Sustainability for Programs in Library and Information Science: Factors Influencing Continuance and Discontinuance by Ken Haycock, p. 130

Perspectives of East Tennessee’s Rural Public Librarians about the Extent of Need for Professional Library Education: A Pilot Study by Bharat Mehra, Kimberly Black and Shu-Yueh Lee, p. 142

From Metadata Creation to Metadata Quality Control: Continuing Education Needs Among Cataloging and Metadata Professionals by Jung-Ran Park, Yuji Tosaka, Susan Maszaros and Caimei Lu, p. 158

Barriers and Challenges to Teaching Reference in Today’s Electronic Information Environment by Denise E. Agosto, Lily Rozaklis, Craig MacDonald and Eileen G. Abels, p. 177

Teaching Information Retrieval With Web-based Interactive Visualization by Peter Brusilovsky, Jae-wook Ahn and Edie Rasmussen, p. 187

Brief Communications & Research in Progress
The first Workshop on the Future of iSchool Doctoral Education: Issues, Challenges, and Aspirations by Paul T. Jaeger, Jennifer Golbeck, Allison Druin and Kenneth R. Fleischmann, p. 201

Kathy & Michelle
Kathleen Burnett & Michelle Kazmer
Editors, JELIS
Florida State University 
College of Communication & Information