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Call for Submissions - Vol 63 (2018)


Virginia Libraries is seeking articles for its 2018 annual issue, and the Editorial Board is excited to see submissions exploring projects, programs, trends, issues, research studies, and initiatives, that you are leading!

VirginiaLibraries features peer reviewed and non-peer reviewed content of interest to all types of libraries (academic, public, corporate, school, and special), with a particular focus on content of interest to and deriving from the library community in Virginia. See the article type Section Policies for more details. The journal’s goal is to further research in all areas of libraryand information services, communicate best practices, and explore trends and issues of interest to the library profession.

Queries are welcome! Do you have a topic you’re considering, or are you wondering about which article type best fits your writing interest? For questions or more information, contact the Editorial Board at:

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Vol 62, No 1 (2017)

Table of Contents


Luke D. Vilelle, Renee DiPilato, Paige Flanagan, Susan LaParo, Virginia Pannabecker
Virginia Pannabecker, Renee DiPilato, Paige Flanagan, Susan LaParo, Robin Sofge, Luke D. Vilelle

Essays / Commentary

Kathy Ann Clevenger
Keith Weimer

Themed Columns

Luke Vilelle

Case Studies

Katelyn Tucker Burton, Jason Burton, Alyssa Archer
Allan Garrison Libby, Joy L. Yaeger

Research Articles

Liz Thompson, David S. Vess

Best Practice Articles

Rob Tench