A Scholarly Publication for Graduate Student Authors
The Student Research Journal (SRJ) is a double-blind peer-reviewed, open access journal based at the School of Information at San José State University, a School within the College of Global and Professional Education. The Journal is developed and led by current graduate students at the School of Information and advised by Dr. Anthony Bernier and the Editorial Advisory Board. The editorial team is comprised of current iSchool students. Authors from all over the world, currently enrolled in any graduate program or institution, are encouraged to submit work relevant to the information science field.
SRJ endeavors to support and encourage student authors to participate in the peer-review and publication processes. We follow a strategic plan that focuses on 1) improving the publication’s visibility domestically and internationally through marketing and outreach; 2) strengthening SRJ’s relationship with stakeholders to ensure a valuable experience; 3) building a reputable brand through professionalism; 4) and pursuing new ideas for quality enhancement.
Current Issue: Volume 12, Issue 2 (2023)
Understanding the Importance of Creativity Towards Psychological Safety in the Library Workplace
Jennifer Hopwood Ed.D.
Haitian Immigrants' Information Needs and Behaviors: Libraries, Information Professionals and Haitians in the United States
- Amber Passey
- Managing Editor
- Benjamin Brown
- Content Editors
- Nicholas Catt
- Nicole Daly
- Madison Jurgens
- Amber Morrell
- Copy Editors
- Elizabeth Kuykendall
- Mia Lewis