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Cover of the third volume of Emerging Library & Information Perspectives (ELIP)

New Issue of Emerging Library & Information Perspectives Published

November 9, 2020

The third issue of Emerging Library & Information Perspectives (ELIP) is now available!

Emerging Library & Information Perspectives (ELIP) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal managed by students in the Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) program at Western University. The journal aims to further research and scholarship in the field of library and information science by way of fostering a publishing community among emerging librarians and information professionals.

The 2019/2020 Managing Editor of Emerging Library & Information Perspectives (ELIP) is Sara Clarke.


Vol 3, No 1 (2019)

Table of Contents

Articles

The Enlightenment of Peer Review
How Academic Librarians Can Utilize Open Peer Review Methods to Advance Information Literacy
Sandra Moore

An Exploration of Canadian LIS Programs
Diversity, Inclusion, and Recruitment
Astrid Faith Ramos

How Libraries Make us Believe
Space, Place, and the Academic Library as Truth-Spot
Vanja Stojanovic

Towards Epistemic Justice in the Archives
The Implications of Miranda Fricker’s Philosophy on Archival Reference
Joe Melanson

Transgender Representation
Common Themes Found in Ten Children’s Books
Kalin Hubert

Weeding the Web
Applying a Collections Management Mentality to Editing Academic Library LibGuides
Michael Chee

When a Small Market Newspaper Closes
A Literature Review
Mark Nonkes

Interviews

Managing Transition and Change
An Interview with Kailey Brisbin about the Migration to Omni
Christine Moffatt

For the Field

Roll for Initiative
A Librarian’s Primer for Collecting Tabletop Role-Playing Games
Carlie Forsythe

Teen Parents and the Public Library
Supporting Teen Parents with Programming and Partnerships
Lea Beier

In the Field

Lessons in Labour
Reflections from an Academic Library Co-op Placement
Janet Allen

Knowledge Management Practices in Public Libraries
Selena Mann

Navigating Transferable Skills in the Information Profession
Experiences in the Archives and Information Management Fields
Paulina Hem

Practice Makes Perfect
Creating the First Community of Practice for LIS Co-op Students at the University of Guelph
Christine Moffatt

Reviews

The Future Academic Librarian’s Toolkit: Finding Success on the Job Hunt and in Your First Job, ed. by Megan Hodge
Christine Moffatt

Omeka Classic vs. Omeka.net
Jasmine Li

(Via Emerging Library & Information Perspectives)

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