Call for Submissions

 

Has one of your students authored a paper that wowed you?

 

Please encourage your graduate students to submit their works for publication in the SLIS Student Research Journal (SRJ).

 

The SRJ editorial team invites submissions from currently enrolled graduate students from all disciplines and institutions. SRJ accepts original research, literature reviews, or critical review essays covering topics in all fields of information science theory, policy, application, or practice. Manuscripts from students who are graduating will be considered provided that the submission is made prior to the awarding of the master’s degree.

 

Please review the Author Resources page on SRJ’s website for information regarding the criteria for publication and for details on how to submit papers.

 

SRJ is an open access, peer-reviewed, student-run publication of the San Josť State University School of Library and Information Science. SRJ is hosted at SJSU’s institutional repository ScholarWorks, part of the Digital Commons initiative powered by Berkeley Electronic Press. Find out more at: http://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/slissrj/

 

(Please forward to your colleagues and graduate students.)