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Policies and Procedures for Refereed Articles


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SCOPE

ISTL publishes substantive material of interest to science and technology librarians and information specialists. It serves as a vehicle to share details of successful programs, background information, and opinions on topics of current interest, to publish research and bibliographies on issues relevant to science and technology libraries, and to communicate in more depth than the STS-L mailing list.

Manuscripts submitted to the peer-reviewed Refereed Articles section should fully report the results of substantive research relevant to topics within the scope of ISTL. They should include a clearly stated research question(s), hypothesis/es, a succinct and current literature review, method description, presentation of results and data, discussion, and a conclusion. Submissions that are primarily descriptive (including local case studies), preliminary, expository, advisory, or bibliographic in nature may be referred instead to other sections of ISTL.

SUBMITTING MANUSCRIPTS

REVIEW OF SUBMISSIONS

STYLE GUIDELINES

ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS:

Submit manuscripts for refereed articles to the Refereed Articles editor:

David Flaxbart
dflaxbart@istl.org

Revised September 2017

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