March 2019 ITAL Issue Now Available
For Immediate Release
Programs and Marketing Specialist
Chicago -- The March 2019 issue (volume 38, number 1) of Information Technology and Libraries (ITAL) is now available.
Reviewed Articles and Communications
- Library Services Navigation: Improving the Online User Experience (Brian Rennick)
- Taking The Long Way Around: Improving The Display Of HathiTrust Records In Primo (Jason Alden Bengtson and Jason Coleman)
- The Map As A Search Box: Using Linked Data To Create A Geographic Discovery System (Gabriel Mckee)
- Measuring Information System Project Success Through A Software-Assisted Qualitative Content Analysis (Jin Xiu Guo)
- A Systematic Approach Towards Web Preservation (Muzammil Khan and Arif Ur Rahman)
- Determining Textbook Cost, Formats, And Licensing With Google Books API: A Case Study From An Open Textbook Project (Eamon Costello, Richard Bolger, Tiziana Soverino, and Mark Brown)
- Letter from the Editor
- Letter from the LITA President
- Editorial Board Thoughts: “Who Will Use This And Why? User Stories And Use Cases”
- Public Libraries Leading the Way column
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for contributions to ITAL to Ken Varnum, editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org with your proposal. Current formats are generally
- Articles – original research or comprehensive and in-depth analyses, in the 3000-5000 word range.
- Communications – brief research reports, technical findings, and case studies, in the 1000-3000 word range.
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