Internet Reference Services Quarterly (http://goo.gl/Q0np0) is now accepting manuscripts for the 2012/13 volume year.
Internet Reference Services Quarterly is a refereed journal that presents research and practical information about reference librarianship in the digital age. The journal offers studies and articles on technology and innovations related to the delivery of library user services, including reference, research consultation, instruction, information literacy, user design and usability, and electronic reference materials and sources.
Internet Reference Services Quarterly welcomes articles covering topics on the online, electronic and digital aspects and nature of library reference and information services, including reference practices, research consultations, reference sources and tools, professional librarianship, electronic communications, information literacy, instruction, online searching, training and education, managing reference services, evaluating information services and sources, software and technology, and user populations.
Internet Reference Services Quarterly receives all manuscripts electronically via the journal’s ScholarOne website:
The deadline for submissions is August 1, 2012. Please send questions to IRSQ editor Jason Sokoloff at sokolojk(at)jmu.edu.
For more information about Internet Reference Services Quarterly, including complete submission instructions, visit www.tandfonline.com/WIRS