The Journal of Library and Information Services for Distance Learning would like to welcome the new Editor-in-Chief, Jodi Poe.
Ms. Poe comes to the Journal with more than 17 years of service in an academic library, and eight years of service in distance education. She is currently the Head of Technical Services at the Houston Cole Library at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama. Prior to accepting the department head position in October, Jodi served as the distance education librarian at the Houston Cole Library for eight years.
During her tenure as a distance librarian, Poe has written numerous journal articles on distance learning and librarianship, which appeared in popular journals like The Journal of Access Services and the Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery and Electronic Reserves. Additionally, Jodi co-authored a chapter in the book Going the Distance: Library Instruction for Off-Campus Students.
CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS
The Journal of Library and Information Service for Distance Learning, a peer- reviewed journal published by Routledge/The Haworth Press, welcomes the submission of manuscripts.
The journal is devoted to the issues and concerns of librarians and information specialists involved with distance education and delivering library resources and services to this growing community of students.
- cooperation and collaboration
- Information literacy
- Instructional service techniques
- Information delivery
- Reference services
- Document delivery
- Developing collections
If you are interested in submitting an article, send the manuscript directly to the Editor, Jodi Poe at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 1, 2008. Inquiries and questions are welcome.
Instructions for authors are available at http://www.haworthpress.com or can be emailed to you directly.