This is a presentation of 29 slides at the Scholarly Communication panel session of the 2006 Annual Conference of the Association for Library and Information Science Education, 19 January, 2006, San Antonio, Texas. Reports the findings from a study that investigated the value of the Journal of Education for Library & Information Science (JELIS). As far as growth is concerned, JELIS is in a holding pattern. Practitioners have decreased as authors and most articles continue to focus on Curriculum in library schools. Articles on distance education and cognition are increasing as are authors from foreign countries (outside US and Canada), and the number of co-authored articles.
Anita Coleman. "Findings from a study of JELIS" Annual Conference of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (2006).