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

Editorial

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

Editorial

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Are you reading this editorial? If so, how did you get here? Did you receive a notice of this latest issue in your email? Did you see a link on Twitter?

What about the other articles in this issue of Partnership? Did you see something that you were curious about or that you thought you could apply to your own practice? Did you pass along one of the articles to a colleague? Perhaps you recognized the name of one of the authors or considered submitting a manuscript of your own for a future issue.

This year Partnership turns 10. We will be marking the occasion soon with a special anniversary-themed issue. As the journal reaches this milestone, we thought it was an opportune time to check in with readers, contributors, and the broader library community in Canada. Who is reading the journal? Who is contributing? What is the perceived value and role of this publication for library practitioners? How does it uniquely contribute to the landscape of Library & Information Science (LIS) literature? How well does it create a sense of community engagement?

In her inaugural editorial in 2006, Jennifer Richard wrote: "The journal is an outlet for sharing innovations in the workplace and one of a very few Canadian venues for the much desired peer review status. In addition, the journal provides a chance for librarians and library workers to be editors, reviewers and writing coaches. …

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