Reviewers wanted – Internet Resources Column of Public Services Quarterly

Hi! Ran across this call on ILI-L and wanted to pass along, for now or future consideration.

Dear colleagues,

I am writing to solicit reviewers and website suggestions for the Internet Resources Column of Public Services Quarterly. PSQ is a peer-reviewed journal covering a wide variety of public services issues in academic libraries and the Internet Resources Column features reviews of resources that would be useful to public services librarians.

The theme for the upcoming column will be Data Curation (here’s an article from C&RL News on the topic: Reviews will feature free tools or resources related to data curation in academic libraries (reference, instruction, access services, etc.). Reviews should address the resource in general, but also specifically focus on how it can be applicable to library public services and helping public services library professionals be more effective in their positions.

If you are interested in contributing to the next issue, please respond to me at by Monday, July 16, along with a short note about your interest and any relevant experience. Preference will be given to those suggestions submitted by the 16th. If your site is selected for inclusion in the column, your review will be due August 10.

I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks very much!

Internet Resources Column Editor
Public Services Quarterly

Melissa Mallon, MLIS
Assistant Professor
Coordinator of Library Instruction
Liaison to English, Elliott School of Communication, and
Barton School of Business (Accountancy, Management, Marketing, & FREDS)

Wichita State University Libraries
1845 Fairmount
Wichita, KS 67260-0068
(316) 978-5077
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