Academic Exchange Quarterly seeks articles on alternative venues for library instruction.
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Call for Submissions: Academic Exchange Quarterly
Special Feature editors Rebecca Feind and Crystal Goldman are pleased to announce that manuscripts are now being accepted for the following issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly. The Winter 2011 issue theme is Alternative Library Instruction. The goal of this issue will be to provide examples of alternative library instruction created by librarians or faculty members in all settings, K-12, public, academic, special, etc., that can be implemented by others. Alternative library instruction can be, but is not limited to:
Manuscripts are sought from those librarians or faculty members who have produced engaging and effective library instruction programs that move beyond the traditional methods of instruction either through the use of technology or creativity. Please identify your submission with keyword: ALTERNATIVE-1
Any time until the end of August 2011. Early submission offers an opportunity to be considered for Editors' Choice. See details for other deadline options like early, regular, and short.
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