You’re invited to share your research and scholarly thinking through the ACRL Publications in Librarianship (PIL) series. Recognized for offering some of the best thinking and scholarship in the profession, this book series has showcased research on a diverse range of contemporary topics in the field since 1951. Recent works in the series include The Rise of AI: Implications and Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Academic Libraries; Envisioning the Framework: A Graphic Guide to Information Literacy; and Stories of Open: Opening Peer Review through Narrative Inquiry.
The series includes authored and edited volumes, and books are peer reviewed—either by the Editorial Board or via an open peer review process—and indexed. Proposals are reviewed by the Editorial Board on a rolling basis and are encouraged by November 1st, February 1st, and June 1st, although proposals will be accepted throughout the year.
The Editorial Board will consider any topic of broad interest that demonstrates commitment to PIL’s core values, especially thorough scholarship and the combination of theory and practice for all types of academic libraries, and is particularly interested in proposals in the following categories:
- Academic Libraries as an Organization and Place
- Instruction and Student Support
- Academic Libraries in Higher Education and Society
The full call for proposals and process can be found on the ACRL website.
For more information about Publications in Librarianship, please contact Series Editor Mark Shelton at email@example.com.