The Canadian Journal of Academic Librarianship has just published its inaugural issue. We invite you to review the Table of Contents below and then visit
http://www.cjal.ca/index.php/capal/issue/view/1726 to read the full articles.
The Canadian Journal of Academic Librarianship focuses on advancing the profession of academic librarianship rather than the institutions of academic libraries. It is open to all research methodologies. It is Canadian and bilingual in French and English. Submissions are peer-reviewed and the journal is open access. Launching this journal has been a wonderful collaborative effort by authors, peer reviewers, and editors, and it speaks highly of what we are able to accomplish in CAPAL as a member-driven organization.
Join us by exploring, critiquing, and advancing academic librarianship in Canada and beyond, by reading and contributing to the Canadian Journal of Academic Librarianship.
CJAL / Rcbu Editors
Student Success and the Neoliberal Academic Library by Ian Beilin
Foucault, the “Facts,” and the Fiction of Neutrality: Neutrality in Librarianship and Peer Review by Heidi Johnson
A Classification of Digital Emergence: A Critical Approach to the Production of Digital Objects in Special Collections by Robert D. Montoya
Library Councils and Governance in Canadian University Libraries: A Critical Review by Eva Revitt and Sean Luyk
Enlightenment, Neoliberalism, and Information Literacy by Maura Seale
Steven Salaita, the Critical Importance of Context, and Our Professional Ethics by Sveta Stoytcheva
Virgile Stark, Crépuscule des bibliothèques reviewed by Roger Charland
Stephen Bales, The Dialectic of Academic Librarianship: A Critical Approach reviewed by Michael Quinn Dudley
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