Now more than ever, libraries exist and thrive through collaboration and partnerships. Building on an impressive history of collaborative library experience, the new Journal of Collaborative Librarianship will add to the professional literature a wide scope of thought and writing that is:
Features of the Journal of Collaborative Librarianship include:
* Open Access/Online Availability
* Peer Reviewed Scholarly Articles
* Engagement of a Wide Scope of Issues
* Better/Best practices
Sponsored by: Colorado Academic Library Consortium, Colorado Library Consortium, Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries, Regis University, University of Denver
For more information, please contact Ivan Gaetz, Dean of Libraries, Regis University, firstname.lastname@example.org
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"There is no doubt that the public interests vested in
funding agencies, universities, libraries, and authors, together with the power
and reach of the Internet, have created a compelling and necessary momentum for
open access. It won't be easy, and it won't be inexpensive, but it is only a
matter of time."
Ann Wolpert, Director of Libraries for the Massachusetts Institute of