E-JASL: The Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship

Published and Distributed by the International Consortium for the
Advancement of Academic Publication (ICAAP)

ISSN 1704-8532

E-JASL is an independent, professional, refereed electronic journal dedicated first and foremost to advancing knowledge and research in the areas of academic and special librarianship. We are committed to covering all aspects of academic and special librarianship without regard to region or country. We are also committed to the principles of open access for academic research.

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 Published and distributed by the International Consortium for the Advancement of Academic Publication (ICAAP), Athabasca, Canada

Permanently archived in the National Library of Canada's Electronic Publications Collection

Listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals

Indexed in LISA (Library and Information Science Abstracts) beginning with v.5

Indexed in Library Literature and Information Science beginning with v.1

 Be sure to read this other ICAAP-hosted journal:
International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning

Also, be sure to read about E-JASL in Information Research: An International Electronic Journal in their series "Case Studies in Open Access Publishing (Case Study #4)."

v.9 no.3 (Winter 2008)

The Business of Academic Publishing: A Strategic Analysis of the Academic Journal Publishing Industry and its Impact on the Future of Scholarly Publishing

Glenn S. McGuigan and Robert D. Russell

New Liaison Librarians: Factors Influencing Confidence Levels and the Type of Activities Undertaken

Ramirose Attebury and Sara Holder

Distance Education Library Services Assessment

Judy Block

Subject Guides: Putting a New Spin on an Old Concept

Nedelina Tchangalova and Amanda Feigley

The Need for Subject Librarians in Ghanaian Academic Libraries

K. Agyen-Gyasi

v.9 no.2 (Summer 2008)

Employee Development Using WebCT Vista

Jennifer Link Jones

Introducing Learning Commons Functionality into a Traditional Reference Setting

Jeffrey A. Franks

Tallying the Chad Marks in the Ballot Box:  A Survey of Distance Learning Library Services in Florida’s State Universities

Sarah J. Hammill

Library 2.0 and the Problem of Hate Speech

Margaret Brown-Sica and Jeffrey Beall

v.9 no.1 (Spring 2008)

Trend Setters: Computers in the Commons Environment

Kim Granath and Sue Samson

Back to Basics: Reviving Ethical Practice in Library Management

Suzanne Milton

Increasing Impact of Scholarly Journal Articles: Practical Strategies Librarians Can Share

Laura Bowering Mullen

Old Maids, Policeman, and Social Rejects: Mass Media Representations and Public Perceptions of Librarians

Maura Seale

Perceptions of LIS Professionals about Digital Libraries in Pakistan:  The Pakistani Perspective

Ashfaq Hussain, Khalid Mahmood and Farzana Shafique


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