This call doesn’t specifically mention archives, but because it’s about education it is an opportunity to share teaching with primary sources or other topics of interest to educators.
The editors of Education Libraries are soliciting submissions for:
- Case Studies
- Book Reviews
Education Libraries is an Open Access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal that offers a forum for new and challenging ideas in education, and library and information science. It also explores the effect of new technologies on the library profession and library and information curriculum.
Education Libraries is published by the Education Division of the Special Libraries Association. Its audience consists of education information professionals employed in a variety of venues, including special libraries and information centers, academic libraries, public libraries, and school libraries.
Manuscripts submitted for publication in Education Libraries should present research studies, descriptive narratives, or other thoughtful considerations of topics of interest to the education information professional. Manuscripts focusing on issues relevant to more general concerns either in the field of education or in the field of library and information science are also welcome provided they include a significant component specifically germane to education, libraries, and librarianship.
Education Libraries is indexed in ERIC, EBSCOhost’s Education Collection, and Library Literature.
In addition, we are looking for volunteers interested in acting as peer-reviewers, or interesting in supporting the journal in other ways.
Please contact Editor-in chief, Willow Fuchs, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.