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Changes for JELIS: from edition 56(1) 2015 JELIS is moving online.

JELIS 55(4) will be the last printed edition of the journal. From 56(1) JELIS will be online. We will be able to provide printed copies as "print-on-demand" for those subscribers who cannot access the online version of the journal. This service will be provided to subscribers with special needs only.

During the subscription renewal period subscribers will be provided with details about how to gain access to the online version of the journal. If you have any queries about your subscription to the online journal please contact the ALISE office at or by phone on +1 206-209-5267. You should also contact the office if you wish to receive the journal as "print on demand" and provide the reason why you need this.

In the process of moving the journal online we have also introduced an online submission and review process. To submit articles to the new online journal please use http://www. Submission guidelines can be found on the ALISE webpage at

If you have queries about a submission to JELIS please email the editor at jeliseditor@ I am more than happy to provide advice and support to writers, and can review abstracts prior to submission. As a preliminary guide all papers should have as their central theme the way that the work under review will have impact on ILS education, either for faculty or students.

The development of JELIS online is ongoing and we are hoping for a smooth transition. I would ask for your patience during the transition process. If you have particular concerns or queries please contact the ALISE office.

A new era begins.


Editor, JELIS

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Author:Wellstead, Peta
Publication:Journal of Education for Library and Information Science
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Sep 22, 2014
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