LIBER Quarterly has, until now, published papers in two categories: regular (scientific) ‘articles’ and ‘reviews’. The Editorial Board has now also opened its pages for the category of ‘case studies’.
In this way we expect to receive interesting contributions about local library initiatives.
In order to safeguard the scientific quality of academic papers, the Board has formulated some requirements for acceptance in this new category. A case study should be written with critical judgment and systematic organisation of the material, and it should offer a plan for sound analysis of the problems at hand.
The Submissions page on the journal website gives more details on submitting a case study. We are looking forward to new submissions!