Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research

Colleague and fellow law librarian Sarah Sutherland let me know of her article “On Hiring Library Staff in Rural Areas” in Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research.

The article of course is good and worth mentioning for that reason alone but Sarah’s email made me realize I had forgotten about this online journal, which was mentioned a number of years ago on SLAW. As such, I thought I would also remind SLAW readers since many of the articles would be relevant to most of you. In the current edition, for example, articles include such titles as “Optimizing Our Teaching: Hybrid Mode of Instruction” and “Roaming Reference: Reinvigorating Reference through Point of Need Service.”

I like that the journal has an open access policy, making it available to anyone and includes peer-reviewed articles.

Unfortunately, the journal does not appear to have RSS feeds, but I registered just now in order to be alerted to new issues.

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