APLA Bulletin Submission Guidelines

 
What are we looking for?              
Dynamic News Stories
Feature Articles
Book Reviews, etc.
Who can submit?
Anyone with something to say!Information professionals, librarians, library staff, students, and scholars are all encouraged to submit works for the APLA Bulletin.  
What are the guidelines?
Up to 500 words on an event/activity presented by your institution.
Submissions must be timely, contain a description of the event, and discuss the outcome.
Up to 1,500 words on any topic related to libraries and information.
The article must be timely and include a thorough description and analysis of the issue.
Up to 500 words on a recently-released book, article, or study.
The work must be introduced and                evaluated with respect to its value to the APLA readership. We're open to reviews of any books, but if you're uncertain about your book, contact the Co-Editors.  
What’s the deadline?
One month in advance of the issue in which you would like your article to appear.
How do I submit?
Directly to the Co-Editors of the APLA Bulletin. Please see their contact information below.
Provinical news and activity reports (for our "News from the Provinces" section) must be submitted directly to your Provincial VP one month ahead of the next issue’s publication. You can find contact info for your VPs here.
Anything else I should know?
Picture files are welcome, but must be kept to a manageable size by not exceeding 500 x 500 pixels (or no bigger then 500 KB). Photos must be sent as a separate file (i.e., not copy and pasted in the document) and must be jpgs, or they will not be included.
 
 
For more information, please contact the Bulletin Co-Editors:
 

Marc Harper
Health Science Librarian
Université de Moncton
Moncton, NB
(506) 858-4154
Bulletin@apla.ca
 

Katherine Felix
Acting Reference Librarian
Moncton Public Library
Moncton, NB
(506) 869-6000
Bulletin@apla.ca
 

 
The APLA Bulletin is published four times per year. Deadlines are:
July 1 (for August), October 1 (for November), January 1 (for February), and April 1 (for May)
 

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