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Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research: Inaugural Issue

.: The first issue of Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research is now available for viewing:

The electronic journal is a practitioner’s journal of The Partnership published twice a year. Articles may be contributed at any time for publication consideration. Potential articles are reviewed by members of an editorial review committee. Articles fall into several categories. Feature articles on theory & research and on innovations in practice are in-depth, peer-reviewed articles and fall in the range of 1,000 to 5,000 words. Other types of articles include viewpoints, conference presentations, profiles, news& announcements, professional development and reviews.
The first issue of Partnership includes articles under the headings of Innovations in Practice, Theory and Research, Conference Spotlight, Professional Development, Profiles, Viewpoints, and News and Announcements. Congratulations to editor Jennifer Richard and the Editorial Team on the publication of v1 n1 (2006) of Partnership!

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