June 2019 ITAL Issue Now Available
For Immediate Release
Programs and Marketing Specialist
Chicago -- The June 2019 issue (volume 38, number 1) of Information Technology and Libraries (ITAL) is now available.
Reviewed Articles and Communications
- No Need to Ask: Creating Permissionless Blockchains of Metadata Records (Dejah Rubel)
- 50 years of ITAL/JLA: A Bibliometric Study of Its Major Influences, Themes, and Interdisplinarity (Brady Lund)
- Weathering the Twitter Storm: Early Uses of Social Media as a Disaster Response Tool for Public Libraries During Hurricane Sandy (Sharon Han). This article is the 2019 LITA/Ex Libris Student Writing Award-winning paper.
- ”Good Night, Good Day, Good Luck”: Applying Topic Modeling to Chat Reference Transcripts (Megan Ozeran and Piper Martin)
- Information Security in Libraries: Examining the Effects of Knowledge Transfer (Tonia San Nicolas-Rocca and Richard J Burkhard)
- Wikidata: From “an” Identifier to “the” Identifier (Theo van Veen)
- Letter from the Editor
- Letter from the LITA President
- Editorial Board Thoughts: “Digital Faculty Development”
- Public Libraries Leading the Way column
Submit Your Ideas
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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