Academic journal article Partnership : the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research

A New Format for the Profiles Section

Academic journal article Partnership : the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research

A New Format for the Profiles Section

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Welcome to the third issue of Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, and specifically, to the Profiles section. As section editor, I thought it was high time I jumped in for a chat, especially as we have a new format for Profiles.

To me, the Profiles section is a way to bridge the vast physical distance that is Canada (and the world!), to get to know our library and information colleagues, and to facilitate connections and partnerships through that greater knowledge. If we can look at the Profiles and see ourselves reflected back to a certain extent, we've made a connection.

The first two issues of this journal saw wonderful contributions from authors about interesting people currently in the library and information field. I thank those who contributed to the Profiles section in that format. A while ago, Partnership editor Jennifer Richard thought it would be interesting to explore a question and answer format. …

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