Increasingly, libraries are moved to seek partnerships with other libraries, with other organizations in the information and technology fields, with other entities in our institutions, and with other groups and enterprises in our communities. While partnerships of all sorts have had a long history in the field of librarianship, today, as never before, there is greater urgency to develop and exploit library partnerships, and to think widely and creatively on new types of, and potentials for, partnerships.

Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4 (2016)



Community Practice as Developed from Collaboration
Michael Levine-Clark and Jill Emery



Collaborative Librarianship: A Minority Opinion
Linda Ueki Absher and Melissa Cardenas-Dow

From the Field

Peer Reviewed Articles


E-Data Quality: How Publishers and Libraries are Working Together to Improve Data Quality
Carlen Ruschoff, Suzanne Kemperman, Elizabeth W. Brown, Rena D. Grossman, Noah Levin, Alistair Morrison, Charlie Remy, and Jabin White


Collaborating for Success: A Case Study on Mentoring, Partnering, and Teaching
Megan N. Kellner, Nedelina Tchangalova, Rachel W. Gammons, Alexander J. Carroll, and Devon C. Payne-Sturges