Are you interested in getting your work published? Or, are you interested on helping to make sure that interesting and innovative work by other library students is published? Or, are you just interested in seeing what other library students have been researching and writing about?
If you answered yes to any of these, the Library Student Journal is for you. The an open access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes works by current library students. It is run entirely by volunteer library students. And, there are currently three ways to get involved. First, if you are interested in seeing your own work published, you can submit your work to the review process through an easy online submission form, available here. If you are interested in becoming even more involved in the journal’s work, get involved by working on the journal’s staff! A number of positions are currently available, with complete descriptions available on the journal’s blog. Finally, if you are just interested in staying current on the scholarship of other library students, check out the Table of Contents of the current issue or the archive of past issues.