The OLA Quarterly is an official publication of the Oregon Library Association.
OLAQ is indexed by Library Literature & Information Science and Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts. Full text of the OLAQ is also available through HW Wilson's Library Literature and Information Science Full Text and EBSCO Publishing's Library, Information Science and Technology Abstracts (LISTA) with Full Text.
The OLA Quarterly seeks submissions for its upcoming Summer 2015 issue, "Oregon Libraries: Ideas at Work"
The mission of this issue is to showcase what is happening in libraries around Oregon. This could include reporting on special events, presenting new ideas, implementation and design of new systems and processes, a description of what it is like to work in your library or just about anything else you would like to write about. Maybe you are excited about new developments you heard about at the ALA Conference in San Francisco or a more local conference. Maybe you have been thinking about a new idea for a while, and are looking for a venue to share it with others. The current theme is intentionally broad to attract a wide array of submissions, so this could be your chance to be published in an esteemed professional journal.
This issue will be like a summer potluck, except instead of food, people bring their favorite ideas to share with like-minded library enthusiasts from around our beautiful state. Consider yourself invited to the party!
Contact us NOW to contribute!
OLAQ Coordinator: , Tigard Public Library
Current Issue: Volume 21, Number 1
Growth (Spring 2015)
Table of Contents
- Guest Editor
- Sara Thompson
- OLAQ Coordinator
- Sara Kelso