Academic journal article Library Resources & Technical Services

From the Editor

Academic journal article Library Resources & Technical Services

From the Editor

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Greetings to all readers of Library Resources & Technical Services. This is actually the second issue of the journal produced under my editorship, and it now seems appropriate to make a statement about its direction. First of all, the journal is in fine shape, due in large part to my predecessor, Jennifer Younger, under whose direction LRTS has maintained the high quality and high standards for which it is known. She deserves my thanks and the thanks of all members of the association for her excellent leadership. Thanks also to all who have served on the editorial board and have contributed to the journal's success.

The primary goal for the coining years is for the journal to continue to be a vital part of the professional lives of all members of ALCTS and, indeed, of all practicing professionals. LRTS must remain at the heart of the intellectual and practical challenges that we all will face in the future. Towards that end, I see some particular goals the journal should strive to achieve. LRTS has a history of publishing empirical research into the operations and functions of libraries; these kinds of studies have been--and should continue to be--an integral part of the journal's contents. …

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