Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship call for papers (Cherie Madarash-Hill) Ann Ercelawn 26 Apr 2007 13:48 UTC

From: "Cherie Madarash-Hill" <CHill@uca.edu>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 15:31:10 -0500


Call for Papers

E-JASL: The Electronic Journal of Academic and Special
Librarianship is looking for outstanding
articles in all areas of academic and special librarianship,
regardless of region or country. Send your
manuscript as an attachment in your e-mail to:

E-JASL is an independent, professional, permanently archived,
indexed, peer-reviewed,
electronic library journal dedicated to advancing knowledge and
research in all areas of academic and
special librarianship.

E-JASL is on the World Wide Web (WWW) at:

E-JASL is currently beginning its 8th year as an open access

LISA:  Library and Information Science Abstracts indexes and
abstracts E-JASL.  Coverage begins with
the Volume 5, Number 1 issue (2004).

Library Literature & Information Science indexes E-JASL, too.
Coverage begins with the Volume 1,
Number 1 issue (1999).

E-JASL is international in scope.  Besides having an international
readership, E-JASL has published
articles by authors from China, India, Iran, Chile, South Africa,
Botswana, Nigeria, Finland, Greece,
Vietnam, as well as the United States. We have two articles from
Canada in our Vol. 8, Number 1

E-JASL was founded by Mr. Paul G. Haschak, Mr. Adam Chandler, and
Ms. Elizabeth Dickerson in 1999.
It was originally entitled The Journal of Southern Academic and
Special Librarianship.  It changed its
name to its present title in 2002.

It is published and distributed on the WWW by the International
Consortium for the Advancement of
Academic Publication (ICAAP) in Athabasca, Alberta, Canada.  The
ICAAP was recognized in the Chronicle of
Higher Education (Guernsey, 1998) as *the first large-scale project
designed to encourage scholars to
publish their work on their own.*

E-JASL is permanently archived by the ICAAP at Athabasca University
in Athabasca, Alberta, Canada,
and by the Library and Archives Canada, formerly called the
National Library of Canada, in their
"Electronic Publications Collection."

E-JASL is committed to the principles of open access for academic

E-JASL is listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals.

Become a part of our success.  Become a part of the open access
movement.  Send your manuscript
electronically as an attachment to your e-mail to Paul G. Haschak:

The staff at E-JASL looks forward to seeing your manuscript

Warm regards, Paul G. Haschak, Co-Founder, President, & Senior
Editor of E-JASL, phaschak@usouthal.edu

E-JASL's new editorial office mailing address is: The University of
South Alabama, University Library, Attn:
 Paul G. Haschak, Room 149, 307 University North Blvd., Mobile,
Alabama 36688.

Cherie Madarash-Hill
Catalog Librarian
Torreyson Library - Cataloging Dept.
University of Central Arkansas
Conway, AR 72035
(501) 450-5254