Monthly Archives: April 2014


May 16-18, 2014


We would like to invite you to the International Conference on Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology which will take place on May 16 – 18, 2014, at Necmettin Erbakan University in Konya, Turkey. The conference will be organized in partnership with the International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science, and Technology (IJEMST).

The aim of the conference is to bring together scholars, students, and administrators from different countries, and to discuss theoretical and practical issues in the fields of information and communication technologies in education, science education and mathematics education.

Your prospective, valuable contributions on this field will be evaluated by the Scientific Committee and the ones approved to be presented will also be published in the Proceedings.

We will be pleased to generate an atmosphere where you can share your expertise, experience, and resources with your colleagues.




Submission Of Abstracts

April 25, 2014

Notification Of The Results

April 30, 2014

Fulltext Submission

April 30, 2014

Conference Fee Payment

April 30, 2014



Western Balkan Information Literacy Conference

JUNE 11th-14th 2014  Juni na Uni 2014. – Hotel “Opal” Bihać, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Conference website:


Call for Papers

Theme: Embracing relentless change: Information literacy and lifelong learning in a digital age:

For all who are engaged in learning in this information rich society the challenge to achieve information literacy is vital in capitalising on the diverse and often overwhelming range of information choices with which we are continually faced. This is confounded further by the rise of digital and social media tools which doubtless have brought with them some stunning innovations and some colossal challenges. Information Literacy can help us discover, critically evaluate and generate new information to cradle these new diverse digital media

forms which are as inspiring and transformational as they are formidable and at times impenetrable. Information literacy and lifelong learning are vital for active participation of individuals everywhere in social, cultural and political contexts- in the Western Balkans, in Europe and indeed worldwide. They enable us to learn how to learn. They are crucial in helping us realise educational and professional goals and aspirations. Harnessed together Information literacy and lifelong learning help us successfully survive and compete in the 21st century- in

this digital age, a time of relentless change.


Main Themes and Topics: Western Balkan Information Literacy Conference.

A. Information literacy in the modern world

· information literacies (media literacy, digital literacy, visual literacy, financial literacy, health

literacy, cyber wellness)

· Information Literacy and academic libraries

· Information literacy and adult education

· Information literacy and blended learning

· Information literacy and distance learning

· Information literacy and public libraries

· Information literacy and the knowledge economy

· Information Literacy in the modern world (e.g. web 2.0 ; web 3.0 ; mobile technologies ;

YouTube, trends, emerging technologies and innovation; growth of digital resources;

gaming and application software (apps); digital reference tools; tiered reference services).

· The future of information literacy

· Workplace information literacy


B. Librarians as support to the lifelong learning process

· Digital empowerment and reference work

· Information Literacy across the disciplines

· Information literacy and digital preservation

· Information Literacy and online learning (e.g. self-paced IL modules)

· Information Literacy and Virtual Learning Environments

· Innovative IL approaches

· Instructional design and performance for information literacy (e.g. teaching practice,

session design, lesson plans, self-paced student modules)

· Integrating information literacy into the curriculum

· Putting information literacy theory into practice

· Supporting users need through library 2.0 and beyond

· Student engagement with Information Literacy


C. Media and information literacy – theoretical approaches (standards, assessment,

collaboration, etc.)

· Information literacy and Artificial intelligence

· Information Literacy and information behaviour

· Information literacy and reference services: cyber reference services, virtual reference

services, mobile reference services, expert crowd sourcing, global reference volunteers

· Information literacy cultural and contextual approaches

· Information literacy evaluation and assessment

· Information literacy in different cultures and countries

· Information literacy project management

· Information literacy theory (models, standards, indicators, Moscow Declaration etc.)

· Measuring in information literacy instruction assessment


D. New aspects of education/strategic planning, policy, and advocacy for information literacy

in a digital age

· Branding, promotion and marketing for information literacy

· Cross -sectorial; and interdisciplinary collaboration and partnerships for information literacy

· Information literacy policies and development

· Leadership and Governance for information literacy

· Strategic planning for IL

· Strategies in e-learning to promote self-directed and sustainable learning in the area of

information literacy skills.


Paper submission:

Submissions in any of the following forms are accepted:

· Full paper to be published in conference proceedings

· Presentation

· Roundtable discussion

· Poster session

· Train-the-trainers workshop

· PechaKucha


Papers submission dateline: Friday 16 May 2014

Important Dates

Paper submission deadline May 16, 2014

Notification of acceptance May 31, 2014

Dissemination of final programme June 03, 2014

Deadline for authors to submit slides June 05, 2014


For further information: please see the Western Balkan Information Literacy Conference website for additional details at:


Please note: all expenses, including registration for the conference, travel, accommodation etc., are the responsibility of the authors/presenters. No financial support can be provided by the Conference Committee, but a special invitation can be issued to authors.


3rd Annual Indiana University Libraries Information Literacy Colloquium

Location: IU South Bend in South Bend, Indiana

Date: Friday, August 1, 2014

Call for Proposals


The 3rd Annual Indiana University Libraries Information Literacy Colloquium seeks engaging, innovative, and energizing proposals related to the conference theme:  Metaliteracy: Seeking Connections and Challenging Traditions.  

We seek thought-provoking proposals that examine metaliteracy, which is emerging as a relevant and interesting paradigm that is reshaping the way we think of information literacy and library instruction. As defined by Mackey and Jacobson (2011), “Metaliteracy promotes critical thinking and collaboration in a digital age, providing a comprehensive framework to effectively participate in social media and online communities. It is a unified construct that supports the acquisition, production, and sharing of knowledge in collaborative online communities. Metaliteracy challenges traditional skills-based approaches to information literacy by recognizing related literacy types and incorporating emerging technologies. Standard definitions of information literacy are insufficient for the revolutionary social technologies currently prevalent online” (p. 62). Moreover, the current ongoing revision of the ACRL standards includes metaliteracy as an “important anchoring element” in the new Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. 


This year’s Colloquium invites you to investigate the implications metaliteracy has for library instruction theory and practice. Questions to consider include, but are not limited to: What do instruction librarians need to know about metaliteracy? What does metaliteracy look like, and what does it entail? How does it influence what we do in the library instruction classroom? How does this shape our learning outcomes and pedagogy? How do we assess metaliteracy? Clearly, metaliteracy is a stimulating and exciting concept that has much to offer library instruction and we hope that the Colloquium will contribute significant advances to the current conversations on this topic.


Proposal guidelines:

Proposals for 45-minute presentations or 45-minute roundtable discussions should be no more than 250 words in length and should contain at least two learning outcomes.  Proposals should be submitted via the online conference proposal form:


All proposals should clearly relate to the conference theme and offer innovative and interesting insights that will enhance the learning of the Colloquium community.


Proposal deadline: 

May 16, 2014. Proposal notifications will occur by May 30, 2014.


Colloquium website:




Transition: High School to College

Save the Date / Call for Proposals
1st Annual LILi (Lifelong Information Literacy) Conference (FREE!)

“Transition: High School to College”
Main Speaker:
Dr. Lesley Farmer

California State University, Long Beach
Librarianship Program &
Department Chair of Advanced Studies in Education & Counseling

Monday, 4 Aug 2014
10 am – 3 pm
JSerra Catholic High School
 26351 Junipero Serra Rd.
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Cost: FREE! & Free parking
Refreshments & registration, 9:30-10 am
($5 refreshments donation requested at JSerra)
Pay for your own lunch at JSerra, 12-1 (about $6)

Call for proposals now through Monday, MAY 1st

Notification of acceptance by May 23d

High school and college teacher-librarians face increasing challenges in preparing high school students for college success. The dire need for librarians in California K-12 schools makes these challenges all the more difficult. College and university librarians also face increasing challenges in helping new students adjust and learn how to learn for scholarly research needs and lifelong learning. What are the obstacles and opportunities you face in working with teachers and higher education faculty and others in the crucial transition to college timeframe? What has worked for you and your colleagues in helping high school students, teachers/faculty, and new college students with this kind of transition? How have you reached out to those in other types of institutions and organizations to help each other with these efforts? Sharing your innovations, your experimental attempts, your successes, and even your failures can help you and your colleagues move forward toward successful models for this effort.

Dr. Lesley Farmer, CSULB Librarianship Program & Department Chair of Advanced Studies in Education & Counseling, will be the main speaker at this first annual LILi conference, which highlights a crucial area for cooperation and collaboration among different types of libraries for a common goal: supportive, sequential information literacy instruction for all levels and in all types of libraries: Dr. Farmer will address the Common Core Standards, the California State Standards, and the role of information literacy instruction in the transition from high school to college.

The LILi (Lifelong Information Literacy) group invites you to submit proposals related to information literacy instruction (ILI) for 30-minute panel sessions, 10-minute lightning talks, and poster sessions, as well as an afternoon open mike period for 2-3-minute updates and transitioning tips. Proposals will be blind-reviewed, so please do not include identifying information in the text of your abstract. Topic ideas include, but are not limited to:

* ILI and Common Core Standards and/or California State Standards
* Effective uses of new technology to support IL pedagogy
* Innovative uses of technology to support IL pedagogy
* New, innovative IL pedagogical approaches
* Engaging active learning exercises for ILI
* ILI assessment and rubrics that work, e.g., “exit tickets”
* Outreach for transitions from high school to college
* Outreach/linkages among different types of libraries in support of transitions to college
* Makerspaces with ILI elements
* Working with teachers/faculty
* Working with other institutional stakeholders

Library school/iSchool students are also encouraged to submit poster session proposals. A table will be available for instructional and promotional handouts.

Elisa Slater Acosta (Loyola Marymount University)

LIS Perspectives on Privacy and Information Management

The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science (CJILS) invites manuscripts to be considered for the special issue on “LIS Perspectives on Privacy and Information Management” to be published March 2015. Information professionals have the difficult task of managing information and supporting others to do the same in an increasingly complex environment where issues of information protection, control, and ownership are of paramount importance. These issues present challenges to the practice of information professionals: for example, how can libraries adequately protect the privacy of patron information? They also invite a discussion of the role of information professionals in public education and literacy: should information professionals be responsible for public education on issues such as privacy, intellectual property, and copyright? This special issue focuses on the role of information professionals with respect to these aspects of information management. We are seeking submissions that address these issues, examining questions including (but not limited to):

1)  Among information professionals, what is the state of knowledge regarding information protection, control and ownership? What do information professionals know and need to know about issues such as privacy and information management? What training do we offer, and what should we offer, to information professionals with respect to these issues?

2)  How are information professionals responding to the policy issues that arise with respect to privacy and information management? How are these issues affecting service delivery? What policies are being developed, and what are the challenges to effective policy responses?

3)  What is the role of information professionals in helping people to become more literate and able to respond to privacy and information management challenges? What programs are being developed? Are interventions effective?

Extended deadline for submission: September 30, 2014

Authors are invited to visit the journal’s website for presentation guidelines and send their submissions in electronic format – an e-mail attachment in Word is preferred – to one of the following addresses: Jacquelyn Burkell Alexandre Fortier



Appel � articles – NUM�RO SP�CIAL 2015

Perspectives des sciences de l’information et de la biblioth�conomie sur la gestion de l’information et les questions li�es � la vie priv�e

La Revue canadienne des sciences de l’information et de biblioth�conomie (RCSIB) invite les chercheurs � soumettre des manuscrits en vue du num�ro sp�cial consacr� aux � Perspectives des sciences de l’information sur la vie priv�e et de la gestion de l’information �, � para�tre en mars 2015. Les professionnels de l’information ont la t�che ardue de g�rer de l’information et d’aider le public � faire de m�me dans un environnement de plus en plus complexe o� les questions de protection, de contr�le et de propri�t� de l’information sont d’une importance primordiale. Les d�fis que pr�sentent ces questions sont multiples. Comment les biblioth�ques, par exemple, peuvent-elles prot�ger ad�quatement la confidentialit� des renseignements personnels de leur client�le ? Les professionnels de l’information devraient-ils �tre responsables de l’�ducation du public concernant les questions de vie priv�e et la gestion de l’information ? Ce num�ro sp�cial porte sur le r�le des professionnels de l’information � l’�gard de ces aspects de la gestion de l’information et se concentre sur les questions suivantes (sans toutefois s’y limiter) :

1)   Quel est l’�tat des connaissances des professionnels de l’information en mati�re de protection, de contr�le et de propri�t� de l’information ? Que savent les professionnels de l’information et qu’ont-ils besoin de savoir ? Quelles sont les formations que nous offrons et celles que nous devrions leur offrir concernant ces questions ?

2)   Comment les professionnels de l’information r�agissent-ils aux probl�mes qu’occasionnent les politiques g�n�rales en mati�re de vie priv�e et de gestion de l’information ? Comment ces probl�mes de politique g�n�rale affectent-ils la prestation des services ? Quelles politiques sont mises au point, et quels sont les d�fis � surmonter afin d’obtenir des r�actions efficaces aux probl�mes ?

3)   Quel est le r�le jou� par les professionnels de l’information quand ils aident leur client�le � devenir plus comp�tente et capable de r�pondre aux d�fis de la gestion et de la confidentialit� des informations ? Quels sont les programmes en cours d’�laboration ?

�ch�ance pour soumettre une proposition repouss�e au : 30 septembre 2014

Les auteurs sont invit�s � consulter le site web de la revue afin de prendre connaissance du protocole de r�daction. Les propositions doivent �tre envoy�es par voie �lectronique (id�alement un fichier Word en pi�ce jointe � un courriel) � l’une ou l’autre des adresses suivantes : Jacquelyn Burkell Alexandre Fortier




ACRL Preconferences @ 2015 ALA Annual Conference

Call for Proposals


Share your knowledge with a national audience.  ACRL invites proposal submissions for half-day or full-day preconferences to be offered prior to the 2015 ALA Annual Conference in San Francisco.  Preconferences should allow participants to develop skills related to a specific topic and should focus on interactive learning using a variety of presentation styles.  Programs that offer practical tips and cutting-edge techniques are especially encouraged.


Submissions will be accepted through Wednesday, April 30, 2014.  Check out the call for proposals online for complete details.  Direct questions to Margot Conahan at or call (312) 280-2522.


Margot Conahan

Manager, Professional Development

Association of College and Research Libraries
a division of the American Library Association

50 E. Huron St., Chicago, IL 60611

312-280-2522; fax: 312-280-2520

SPeL 2014 7th International Workshop on Social and Personal Computing for Web-Supported Learning Communities

In conjunction with ICWL 2014
13th International Conference on Web-based Learning

13-16 August 2014
Tallinn, Estonia



The workshop follows the previous SPeL 2008, SPeL 2009, SPeL 2010, SPeL
2011, DULP & SPeL 2012 and SPeL 2013 workshops, held in conjunction with the
SAINT 2008 conference, WI/IAT 2009 conference, DEXA 2010 conference, ICWL
2011 conference, ICALT 2012 conference and ICSTCC 2013 conference
respectively. The general topic of the workshop is the social and personal
computing for web-supported learning communities.

Web-based learning is moving from centralized, institution-based systems to
a decentralized and informal creation and sharing of knowledge. Social
software (e.g., blogs, wikis, social bookmarking systems, media sharing
services) is increasingly being used for e-learning purposes, helping to
create novel learning experiences and knowledge. In the world of pervasive
Internet, learners are also evolving: the so-called “digital natives” want
to be in constant communication with their peers, they expect an
individualized instruction and a personalized learning environment, which
automatically adapt to their individual needs. The challenge in this context
is to provide intelligent and adaptive support for collaborative learning,
taking into consideration the individual differences between learners.

This workshop deals with current research on collaboration and
personalization issues in Web-supported learning communities, leading
towards the creation of a truly social and adaptive learning environment.
Its aim is to provide a forum for discussing new trends and initiatives in
this area, including research about the planning, development, application,
and evaluation of intelligent e-learning systems, where people can learn
together in a personalized way through social interaction with other


The workshop welcomes submissions covering aspects of collaboration, social
interactions, adaptivity and personalization in technology enhanced
learning, particularly related to issues about:

    * Social learning environments
    * Theory and modeling of social computing in education
    * Web 2.0 tools for collaborative learning
    * Personal learning environments
    * Lifelong learning networks
    * Virtual spaces for learning communities
    * Social networks analysis and mining
    * Computer-supported collaborative learning
    * Personalized and adaptive learning
    * Adaptation methods and techniques for groups of learners
    * Intelligent learner and group modeling
    * Collaborative filtering and recommendations for learners
    * Game-based social learning
    * Personalized mobile learning applications
    * Cloud-based social learning
    * Intelligent agent technology for social learning
    * Metadata, folksonomies and tagging
    * Semantic web and ontologies for personalized learning
   * Cognitive, motivational and affective aspects for personalization
    * Practice and experience sharing


The workshop papers should be formatted according to the Springer LNCS
Authors Guidelines
( and they
should not exceed 10 pages.

Papers should be submitted in PDF format, through the Easychair system:

All accepted workshop papers will be published as a post-proceedings volume
in Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) (pending).


Abstract submission: April 28, 2014
Full paper submission: May 5, 2014
Acceptance notification: June 1, 2014
Registration and camera-ready papers: June 17, 2014
Conference dates: August 13-16, 2014


Elvira Popescu – University of Craiova, Romania
Sabine Graf – Athabasca University, Canada

Please refer to the workshop website
( for more information and contact
us at: or for any

The 2014 Multidisciplinary International Social Networks Conference (MISNC 2014)

Kaohsiung Exhibition Center, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, September 13-14, 2014
Join Facebook Pages of MISNC 2014
Important Dates:
Paper Submission Due:June 15, 2014
Author Notification of Acceptance: July 15, 2014
Camera Ready Paper Due: August 1, 2014
Author Registration Due: August 1, 2014
Conference Date:September 13-14, 2014
Paper Submission:
The proceedings of MISNC will be published by book series of CCIS
Papers must be submitted electronically in PDF through the conference website. Submitted papers must not substantially overlap with papers that have been published or that are simultaneously submitted to a journal, conference, or workshop with proceedings. Submitted papers and will be subject to stringent peer review by at least three members of the international program committee and carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition. Accepted papers and demonstration descriptions will appear in the post-conference Book Series to be published by Springer (Expected LNBIP, pending approve).
Full paper manuscripts must be in English with a minimum 10 and maximum length of 14 pages (Using the Springer template All submissions should be formatted according to Springer guidelines (
Submissions must be entered into the Submission System (
Tracks and Topics:
In MISNC 2014, there are four main tracks in (but not limited to the topics in these tracks).
Track 1: Business, Management and Social Networks
E-commerce & Social Networks
Knowledge Management & Social Networks
Knowledge Networks
Word of Mouth Marketing
Financial Social Networks
Governance and Social Networks
Organizational Social Networks
Human Resource Management and Social Networks
Service Science and Social Networks
Other Related Topics…
Track 2: Social Networks Issues on Sociology, Politics and Statistics
Sociology & Social Networks
Politics & Social Networks
Statistics Modelling & Social Networks
Exponential Random Graph Models
Social Behavior Modelling
Culture Dynamics
Opinion Representation
Social Support and Social Networks
Influence Process
Other Related Topics…
Track 3: Information Technology for Social Networks Analysis and Mining
IT & Social Networks Analysis
IT & Social Networks Mining
LBS & Social Networks
Social Search
Web Mining, Web Service, Web Technology and Social Networks
Recommendation & Social Networks
Social Networks Extraction
Social Networks Construction
Community Detection
Big Data Issue of Social Networks Data Processing
Social Computing
Social Networking Website Development
Interface Design
Other Related Topics…
Track 4: Social Networks for Global eHealth and Bio-medics
Social Networks for Global eHealth
Social Networks for Bio-medics
Medical Networks
Social Media and Health
Health Community
Health Management and Social Networks
Biological Social Networks
Diffusion of Virus and Disease
Organ donation and Social Networks
Other Related Topics…
Other Topics:
Applications of Social Network Analysis
Terrorism, Crime Detection and Social Networks
Geography of Social Networks
Open Source Intelligence
Spatial Networks
Trust Networks
Security & Privacy Issues of Social Networks
Ethics Issues of Social Networks
Other Social Networks Related Topics…

Dr. I-Hsien Ting (丁一賢)

Associate Professor
Department of Information Management
International Master of Business Administration Program
National University of Kaohsiung

Transforming Library Standards and Practices Through Knowledge Management Principles


A book edited by Karen Medin
Knowledge Management (KM) is a multi-faceted movement, gaining momentum in the late nineties, and involving both professional service consultancies and academics.  Each arm of the movement saw management of knowledge differently.  The first saw hidden or tacit knowledge as the problem to be reigned in by technology.  People had to divulge tacit information that then would be stored in user-friendly computer systems and the problem would be solved.  The Information Age had arrived.  Knowledge truly was power.  On the other side of Knowledge Management, emerging in the 21st century, Knowledge Management was seen more as a people issue.  Technology could not manage the knowledge but only human-centered means such as Communities of Practice, Situated Learning and the like could.  Relationships, interactions within environments where processes occur must be the locus of KM.  The interest in database design with its rule-based linear models of knowledge transfer shrinks as interest in sharing, creation, acquisition, exchange, and retention of knowing between living beings take the forefront.
Libraries, like other organizations, compete on knowledge.  As the professional library literature attests, we academic librarians are in the midst of an evolutionary and perhaps revolutionary period marked by retooling.  This is in part due to the fact that content is now produced on-line as well as in print.  Furthermore, we are no longer necessarily the collectors, maintainers, and distributers of the human record.  In many cases we are compelled to lease access and at a far greater price, especially when considering that it is ongoing.  We band together to be able to afford that price and the number of people who can (according to lease agreements and Digital Rights Management Systems) have access is limited rather than limitless both by time and space.  Libraries need new business models, new protocols for technology development, images for us as pioneers in entrepreneurship of all kinds.
On academic campuses library administrators need to take both arms of the Knowledge Management being into account as they begin to develop new standards and practices.  Industry and academe can inform us in this endeavor.  I proposed this reference book as a means to assist our community in finding out about Knowledge Management as it relates your field: Human Resource Management, Personnel Management, Business, Health Care, Education, Computer Science, Anthropology, Neuroscience, Systems, and the list goes on.  From these chapters we hope to show how KM can inspire librarians to integrate the insights and products referred to and make the best of a powerful new field now flourishing with its own journals and conferences, global firms and consultancies.  I hope that you will be part of that process by contributing to this seminal work with your contribution.
Objective of the Book/Target Audience
This comprehensive and timely publication aims to be an essential reference source, building on the available literature in the field of Knowledge Management.  It is hoped that this text will provide the resources necessary for policy makers, technology developers, and managers to adopt and implement Knowledge Management in libraries and other organizations across the world.
Recommended topics include, but are not limited to the following:
Contributors are welcome to submit chapters on the following topics relating to
Knowledge Management adoption in technological or human-centered arenas as follows:
(NOTE:  This is not a HOW-TO publication)
What is the relationship of the Communities of Practice movement with the Human Resource Development emphasis on team building?  Mentorship?
Does the Community of Practice emphasis on professionals leave out paraprofessionals in libraries?
What are the up and down sides of Knowledge Management’s branding of the slogan “Knowledge is Power?”
Might Librarians learn anything from the systems side of Knowledge Management business models in terms of adjusting to the digital age of content access?
Submission Procedure
Researchers and Practitioners are invited to submit on or before
March 30, 2014 a 2-3-page proposal clearly explaining the nature and scope of your chapter.  You will hear back on May 15 about the status of their proposals and sent chapter guidelines.  Full chapters are due by July 30, 2014.  Include with your proposal 8-12 highlighted index terms. Please use MS Word format.  References must be in APA style.  Your biography should be of 50-100 words in length.  Publication will be 150,000-180,000 words.

E-Resource Round Up” column Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship (JERL

The latest “E-Resource Round Up” column for volume 26, issue 3 of the Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship (JERL) is currently in preparation and the column editors are looking for contributions. If you’ve attended a conference or program recently or plan to attend upcoming professional meetings related to electronic resources in libraries, please consider submitting a report for the column.

The “E-Resource Round Up” column is dedicated to helping JERL readers better understand topics related to the ever-changing world of electronic resources and their roles in libraries. It covers developments in the areas of new and emerging technologies and systems related to electronic resources and the digital environment; reports from professional discussion groups, meetings, presentations, and conferences; news and trends related to electronic resource librarianship; tips and suggestions on various aspects of working with electronic resources; opinion pieces; vendor activities; and upcoming events of potential interest to JERL readers.

Your contribution to the column does not have to be lengthy, and could be on any of the topics listed above. This could be an ideal opportunity for you to report on programs that may benefit others in our profession.

The editors would like to receive contributions to the column by Friday, May 23, 2014. Contributions should not be published elsewhere.

If you have a submission or questions, please contact the column editors:

Bob Wolverton
Mississippi State University Libraries
(662) 325-0548

Karen Davidson
Mississippi State University Libraries
(662) 325-3018