This journal is dedicated to the topic of cooperative librarianship, or to any aspect of resource sharing or coordinated library services. At its center, Collaborative Librarianship (CL) consists of scholarly, peer-reviewed articles covering a wide variety of topics related to collaboration among libraries of any type or related to collaboration between libraries and other agencies and organizations. CL articles approach these topics in a variety of ways, including historically, quantitatively, qualitatively, analytically, theoretically, philosophically, or practically.
Features of Collaborative Librarianship include:Open Access/Online Availability Peer Reviewed Scholarly Articles Better/Best practices Engagement of a Wide Scope of Issues library-to-library cooperation sharing resources and expertise library-to-business partnerships local, regional, national and international collaboration professional, consortium and association partnerships history of library collaboration
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
We encourage research librarians to list this journal among their library's electronic journal holdings.