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Introducing the C-EBLIP List of Peer-Reviewed Journals in LIS

January 17, 2018

The Centre for Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (C-EBLIP) at the University of Saskatchewan is pleased to roll out an extensive list of peer reviewed LIS journals. This list is intended to help librarian and archivist researchers identify journals where they can submit manuscripts.

Open access titles are identified with the open access symbol. Canadian titles are indicated with an image of a maple leaf .

Only active titles are included; titles that have ceased are not listed and titles that cease will be removed. Titles that have changed name are listed under the most current name, with previous names also provided.

The information here about each title includes:

  • Journal title (linked to the journal’s website)
  • Country of Publication
  • Publisher
  • Society (if applicable)
  • ISSN (print, online)
  • First year of publication.

This list was first created by Selinda Berg for use by the librarians and archivists at Western University and has been shared with CARL Librarians’ Research Institute participants since its first iteration. Kristin Hoffmann from Western updated this list and it is current to December 2017. Kristin and Selinda feel that this list is most useful when shared widely, so C-EBLIP is happy to host this list.

Find it here: https://library.usask.ca/ceblip/research/peer-reviewed-lis-journals.php

(Via Centre for Evidence Based Library and Information Practice)

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