Australian Library Journal (ALJ)

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ISSN 0004-9670 (print), 2201-4276 (online)

The Australian Library Journal is an internationally recognised journal that showcases the best of Australian library and information research and practice. It has been reaching discerning and influential Australian libraries since 1951. Published quarterly, it contains a wide coverage of Australian library issues ranging from ongoing research to day-to-day articles from practitioners in the workplace.

It is the acknowledged flagship publication of the Australian Library and Information Association, supporting the Association's Objects by documenting progress in research and professional practice and stimulating discussion on issues relevant to libraries and librarianship. The Journal is an appropriate vehicle for publishers, suppliers and services wishing to reach the decision-makers. The journal is available through subscription.

Please contact the Editor if you wish to submit an article, or have an interest in writing for publication.

Members of the ALJ Editorial Board:

  • Philip Kent (Chair)
  • Dr Gaby Haddow, Curtin University of Technology
  • Patrick O'Connor, Queensland Health
  • Dr Sue Reynolds, RMIT University
  • Dr Leith Robinson, Curtin University of Technology
  • Dr Anne Goulding

Editorial team:

Ross Harvey | ALJ editor | alj@alia.org.au

Prof Gary Gorman | Reviews editor | gormange@gmail.com

 

ALJ online reviews

To supplement the regular reviews published in each issue of the Australian Library Journal, we now offer a series of themed online reviews on a range of topics. You can find an archive of ALJ reviews here

 

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