The Canadian Journal of Academic Librarianship is an open access, peer-reviewed journal published by the Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians. The journal publishes articles on topics related to academic librarians and the profession of academic librarianship. For CAPAL, and therefore for the journal, defining features of academic librarians are that they are members of a profession committed to fostering and upholding the core academic values and principles associated with teaching, learning, and research in higher education, and they play an integral role in supporting the academic missions of post-secondary institutions. The journal is open to all disciplines and methodologies and welcomes submissions that address academic librarianship from diverse perspectives. Submissions must present substantive analysis of a topic. Submissions need not have a geographical focus; however, if they do, the focus should be on Canada or have a strong connection to Canada.
Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians /
Association Canadienne des Bibliothécaires Académiques Professionnels
P.O. Box 19543 MANULIFE
Toronto, ON M4W 3T9