Location

Law Building 51/52

Start Date

22-3-2019 12:00 PM

End Date

22-3-2019 1:30 PM

Description

Beginning in 2017 the Masters of Library and Information Science program decided to put together a student-run open access academic journal that would be tied together with a scholarly communication and open access course. This journal, Emerging Library & Information Perspectives (ELIP), was developed so that it coincided with course content and allowed students enrolled in the class experiential learning as peer reviewers. ELIP is published digitally and physically by the FIMS Graduate Library using Open Journal Systems, a free and open source software developed by the Public Knowledge Project.

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Student-Run Journals and Experiential Learning: Introducing Emerging Library & Information Perspectives

Law Building 51/52

Beginning in 2017 the Masters of Library and Information Science program decided to put together a student-run open access academic journal that would be tied together with a scholarly communication and open access course. This journal, Emerging Library & Information Perspectives (ELIP), was developed so that it coincided with course content and allowed students enrolled in the class experiential learning as peer reviewers. ELIP is published digitally and physically by the FIMS Graduate Library using Open Journal Systems, a free and open source software developed by the Public Knowledge Project.