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Dear friends,

We at the journal LIS Critique: Journal of the Sciences of Information Recorded in Documents now have 4 more peer reviewers:

Dr. Jain Priti, from Botswana, Senior LIS Lecturer at the University of Botswana.

Ms. Paola Andrea Ramirez Perez from Colombia, Master student at the University of Antioquia.

Ms. Iryna Solodovnik, from Ukrainie (doing a PhD at the Calabria University, Italia)


Ms. Isabel Espinal, from the USA (PhD candidate at the University of Massachussetts, Amherst)

Hence, now we are 25 peer reviewers covering all the continents. Check our site to find out the research lines of each of us:


I give my warmest welcome to our 4 new members who join our restless, vibrant, innovative and semper ascendis team always presto to offer you free of charge a critical & total Open Access plattform of scientific LIS & LIS related informational issues.

Also I remind you the deadline for our next issue (Vol. 4. No. 2, July-Dec 2011) is October 31, 2011, to be published by Dec 31, 2011.

Check it out and other dates:

Download free of charge our current issue:

Or do as well with our previous 5 numbers here:

Once again we welcome our new 4 peer reviewers and we will happy to receive your scientific papers, essays or book reviewes for this or future numbers. 

Thank you very much!


Dr. Zapopan Martin Muela-Meza, PhD, U.Sheffield (UK), MLS, SUNY Buffalo (USA)
Director & Editor in Chief, LIS Critique: Journal of the Sciences of Information Recorded in Documents

Dr. José Antonio Torres-Reyes, PhD & MLS, 
U.Granada (SPAIN)
Adjunct Director & Editor, 
LIS Critique: Journal of the Sciences of Information Recorded in Documents

Dr. Zapopan Martín Muela Meza, PhD 
Doctor in Information Studies, University of Sheffield, UK
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