Aims & Scope
The School of Information Student Research Journal (SRJ) aims to showcase excellent graduate student scholarship in library and information science, archival studies, and records management. Adhering to a rigorous double-blind peer review process, SRJ upholds critical standards of scholarship in regards to the conceptualization, execution, references, and overall value of published manuscripts.
SRJ welcomes submissions of original research (primary and secondary), critical essays, and academic book reviews covering topics in library and information science, archives, or records management theory, policy, application, or practice which advance intellectual inquiry in the field.
Research manuscripts should investigate an original idea or set of ideas or circumstance, and may be empirical, critical, or theoretical in nature.
Critical essays should analyze and contribute an interpretation, or analytical perspective, or new theme or concept to a theory or body of work, and may address a collection of published scholarship
Book reviews should address scholarly works published within the last three years that represent current research in LIS, archival studies, or records management. Reviews should identify the core question of the work, summarize the answer posited by the author, and contextualize the work within current academic research or practice.
Writers with a title in mind should contact the Editor-in-Chief to ensure that the title fits within scope and is available for reviewing. View a list of suggested titles for review [PDF].