The Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication seeks to share useful innovations, both in thought and in practice, with the aim of encouraging scholarly exchange and the subsequent benefits that are borne of scrutiny, experimentation and debate. As modes of scholarly communication, the technologies and economics of publishing and the roles of libraries evolve, it is our hope that the work shared in the journal will inform practices that strengthen librarianship and that increase access to the "common Stock of Knowledge."
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 3 (2013)
'Originality' Revisited: Balancing Tradition and Agility in JLSC
Isaac Gilman and Marisa Ramirez
Open Access and the Author-Pays Problem: Assuring Access for Readers and Authors in a Global Community of Scholars
A. Townsend Peterson, Ada Emmett, and Marc L. Greenberg
Tenure-Track Science Faculty and the 'Open Access Citation Effect'
R. Christopher Doty
Staffing and Workflow of a Maturing Institutional Repository
Debora L. Madsen and Jenny K. Oleen
P2 (Post-Peer) Review
Brief Reviews of Books and Products
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo