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The Journal of the Australian Library and Information Association is the flagship journal of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA). It is a quarterly publication for information science researchers, information professionals, related disciplines and industries. The Journal aims to stimulate discussion and inform practice by showcasing original peer reviewed research articles and other scholarly papers about, or relevant to, the Australian and Southern Asia Pacific regions. Authors from the full range of information professions and areas of scholarship are invited to contribute their work to the Journal.
Peer review statement: All Research and Research-in-Practice articles in JALIA have undergone double-blind peer review. Information-in-practice papers will undergo editorial screening.
How to get a copy of JALIA
- Visit a library which subscribes to JALIA to read the journal.
- Subscription to JALIA is offered through Routledge/Taylor and Francis - read more information.
- If you are an ALIA Institutional Member, there is a generous discount offered on the annual subscription of JALIA.
Green open access
- ALIA journals are green open access through Routledge/Taylor and Francis.
- For current content, authors may post their Author Accepted Manuscript on their institutional repository with zero embargo
Members of the JALIA Editorial Board:
Chair, Philip Kent - The University of Melbourne
Sheila Corrall - University of Pittsburgh
Jenny Fink - - - City of Ballarat
Heather Gordon - James Cook University
Anne Goulding - Victoria University of Wellington
John Kennedy - Adjunct Charles Sturt University
Susan McEwan - State Library of Western Australia
Patrick O’Connor - Queensland Health
Sue Reynolds - RMIT University
Catherine Ryan - Westbourne Grammar School
Janette Wright - Biblio Insights
Gaby Haddow - - Curtin University
Mary Anne Kennan - Charles Sturt University
Bhuva Narayan - University of Technology Sydney
Book Reviews Editor
Alison Fields - Open Polytechnic of New Zealand
JALIA publishes reviews of books and other resources of interest to current practitioners in academic and research libraries, and to educators in librarianship.
If you are interested in reviewing titles for JALIA, or would like to suggest a title for review, please email the Book Reviews Editor, Alison Fields. If you have not previously contributed to JALIA, please include a brief (maximum one page) c.v. indicating relevant interests and expertise.
Publishing in JALIA
Instructions for authors | Manuscripts should be submitted through the Taylor & Francis Editorial Manager site.
Journal of the Australian Library and Information Association (2017 - current)
Formerly known as The Australian Library Journal (1951 - 2016) and Australian Academic and Research Libraries (1970 - 2016)