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Volume 6, Issue 1 is now available

Here it is.  The issue went live this morning.

Table of Contents, Volume 6, Issue 1

Editorials

How Super-Consortia Saved Our Libraries from the Forces of Evil…and Themselves PDF
    Mark Sandler 1-4

Scholarly Articles

Working Together: Joint Use Canadian Academic and Public Libraries Abstract PDF
    Rachel Sarjeant-Jenkins, Keith Walker 5-19
Academic Librarians and the Sustainability Curriculum: Building Alliances to Support a Paradigm Shift Abstract PDF
    Madeleine Charney 20-35

From the Field

Planning from the Middle Out: Phase 1 of 2CUL Technical Services Integration Abstract PDF
    Kate Harcourt, Jim LeBlanc 36-41
Toward Improved Discoverability of Scholarly Content: Cross-Sector Collaboration Essentials Abstract PDF
    Mary M. Somerville, Lettie Y. Conrad 42-46
Collaboration in Australian Library Consortia Abstract PDF
    Rona Wade, Valerie Horton 47-49

Viewpoints: Technology Matters

RFP Development: Collaborative, Iterative and Empowering PDF
    Lori Bowen Ayre 50-51

Viewpoints: Perspectives

Enhancing Collaboration through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning PDF
    Michael Perini 52-55

Reviews

Review of Collaboration in Libraries and Learning Environments PDF
    Rebecca Hedreen 56-57
Review of Digital Humanities in Practice PDF
    Josh Honn 58

The last issue of Volume 5 is now done

Vol 5, No.4 (2013): Volume 5, Issue 4

Table of Contents

Editorials

Collaborative Librarianship: Five Years and Counting PDF
Ivan Gaetz 226-227

Scholarly Articles

Leveraging Strategic Institutional Partnerships: Creating a Phased Learning Commons at the University of Idaho Library Abstract PDF
Kristin J. Henrich 228-234
“She Has a Vocabulary I Just Don’t Have”: Faculty Culture and Information Literacy Collaboration Abstract PDF
Carolyn Caffrey Gardner, Jamie White-Farnham 235-242

From the Field

The Librarian and the Collaborative Design of Effective Library Assignments: Recommendations for Faculty on Question Design for Student Success in Research Assignments Abstract PDF
Jesus E. Sanabria 243-245
Directory of Open Access Journals: A Bibliometric Study of Library and Information Science Abstract PDF
Kotti Thavamani 246-255

Viewpoints: Technology Matters

Finding Library Solutions in Adjacent Industries PDF
Lori Bowen Ayre 256-257

Viewpoints: Perspectives

Independent Study Equals Instant Collaboration PDF
Alison Peters 258-259

Reviews

Review of Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Chemists: Research Support Services: Chemistry Project PDF
John Dupuis 260-261
Review of Common Ground at the Nexus of Information Literacy and Scholarly Communication PDF
Kaijsa Calkins 262
Review of Beyond the Silos of the LAMs: Collaboration among Libraries, Archives, and Museums PDF
Beth Thomsett-Scott 263

Take a look at the new issue–Volume 5, Issue 3

The new issue is now published.

Vol 5, No.3 (2013)

Table of Contents

Editorials

Whither Library Consortia? PDF

Valerie Horton

150-153

Scholarly Articles

Assessment of Library Instruction on Undergraduate Student Success in a Documents-Based Research Course: The Benefits of Librarian, Archivist, and Faculty Collaboration Abstract PDF

Paul Victor Jr., Justin Otto, Charles Mutschler

154-176
Library Faculty and Instructional Assessment: Creating a Culture of Assessment through the High Performance Programming Model of Organizational Transformation Abstract PDF

Meredith G. Farkas, Lisa J. Hinchliffe

177-188
Collaboration for a 21st Century Archives: Connecting University Archives with the Library’s Information Technology Professionals Abstract PDF

Erin Lawrimore

189-196
Scholar-Librarian Collaboration in the Publication of Scholarly Materials Abstract PDF

Craig Harkema, Brent Nelson

197-207

From the Field

Partnering with Public Library Services: A Town and Gown Affair Abstract PDF

Sarah Cisse

208-210
Implementing a Promotional Process for Academic Librarians Abstract PDF

Robert Behary, Leslie Lewis, Bridget Euliano

211-215

Viewpoints: Technology Matters

RFID, GPS, and 3G: Radio Wave Technologies and Privacy PDF

Lori Bowen Ayre

216-218

Viewpoints: Perspectives

Campus Collaboration from a Martial Arts Perspective PDF

Michael Perini

219-222

Reviews

Review of Connect, Collaborate, and Communicate: A Report from the Value of Academic Libraries Summits PDF

Martha Hardy

223-224
Review of Managing Research Data PDF

Dorothea Salo

225

New Issue, Volume 5, Issue 2

The new issue, Volume 5, Issue 2, is reading for viewing and downloading.

Table of Contents

Editorials

Going “All-in” for Deep Collaboration PDF
Valerie Horton 65-69

Scholarly Articles

The Quest for Sustainability in International Library Development: The Experience of the Riecken Foundation Abstract PDF
Elizabeth Cramer, John Boyd 70-81
Crossing Borders: Two Academic Librarians and a Young Adult Librarian Collaborate to Teach Teens about Sustainability Abstract PDF
George J. Aulisio, Sheli McHugh 82-93
The Library as an Academic Partner in Student Retention and Graduation: The Library’s Collaboration with the Freshman Year Seminar Initiative at the Bronx Community College Abstract PDF
Jesus E. Sanabria 94-100
Embracing INTO: Library Plans and Campus Collaboration to Serve an Increased International Student Population Abstract PDF
Shannon L. Farrell, Catherine L. Cranston, Jeffrey S. Bullington 101-121
Staying Current after Graduation: A Survey of Social Work Alumni Abstract PDF
Linda Hacker 122-136

From the Field

Vendor of the Month: A Marketing Collaboration Abstract PDF
Lateka Grays, Cory Tucker 137-144

Viewpoints: Technology Matters

Whose Job is it Anyway? PDF
Lori Bowen Ayre 145-146

Reviews

Review of “Can Library Use Enhance Intercultural Education?” PDF
Jimena Sagàs 147-148
Review of Pay it Forward: Mentoring New Information Professionals PDF
Carol Krismann 149

Volume Five, Issue One is now ready

The first issue of Volume Five is done.

Table of Contents

Editorials

Compelling and Necessary Momentum: A Recent Timeline in Open Access PDF
Ivan Gaetz 1-2

Scholarly Articles

Crafting Identity, Collaboration, and Relevance for Academic Librarians Using Communities of Practice Abstract PDF
Nora F. Belzowski, J. Parker Ladwig, Thurston Miller 3-15
Selecting a Shared 21st Century Management System Abstract PDF
Alan Cornish, Richard Jost, Xan Arch 16-28
Discoverability Challenges and Collaboration Opportunities within the Scholarly Communications Ecosystem: A SAGE White Paper Update Abstract PDF
Mary M. Somerville, Lettie Y. Conrad 29-41
Collaborative Marketing for Electronic Resources: A Project Report and Discussion of Implications Abstract PDF
Marie Kennedy 42-51

From the Field

Outreach: What Works? Abstract PDF
Catherine Essinger, Irene Ke 52-58
A Window on Library Collaboration in Southeast Asia: Insights and Perspectives of Lourdes T. David Abstract PDF
Lourdes T. David, Janet Lee 59-61

Viewpoints: Technology Matters

LCF – Collaborating Internationally to Leap Forward PDF
Lori Bowen Ayre 62-63

Reviews

Review of Interdisciplinarity and Academic Libraries PDF
Ann L. O’Neill 64

Note: Due to an editing error, the article title by Lori Bowen Ayre has been modified to “LCF – Collaborating Internationally to Leap Forward.”

Volume 4, Issue 4 is now ready

This looks like a great new issue.

Vol 4, No.4 (2012): Volume 4, Issue 4 Table of Contents

Editorials

The Collaborative Shift Has Happened! PDF
Valerie Horton 130-131

Scholarly Articles

Co-Teaching Relationships among Librarians and Other Information Professionals Abstract PDF
Ann Medaille, Amy W. Shannon 132-148
Team-Based Ingenuity Supporting 21st Century Learners Abstract PDF
Sarah C. Hutton, Robert C. Davis, Carol Will 149-164
By and For Us: The Development of a Program for Peer Review of Teaching by and for Pre-Tenure Librarians Abstract PDF
Jaena Alabi, Rhonda Huisman, Meagan Lacy, Willie Miller, Eric Snajdr, Jessica Trinoskey, William H. Weare, Jr. 165-174
Extending Access to Electronic Resources of a Merged Community College and University Library Abstract PDF
Angela Dresselhaus 175-182

From the Field

Innovation & Leadership Through Collaboration – The Orbis Cascade Alliance Experience: An Interview with John Helmer Abstract PDF
John F. Helmer, Stephen Bosch, Chris Sugnet, Cory Tucker 183-185
Tribute to a Cooperative Pioneer: Bill DeJohn Abstract PDF
Cecelia N. Boone 186-187

Viewpoints: Technology Matters

The Golden Ratio and Community PDF
Lori Bowen Ayre 188-189

Reviews

Review of “Social Networking Tools for Academic Libraries” PDF
Alison Hicks 190-191

A new issue of the journal is ready

Here is the table of contents for Volume 4, Issue 3.

Table of Contents

Editorials

Thick and Thin Library Collaboration PDF
Ivan Gaetz 83-84

Scholarly Articles

JISC Collections: Post-Cancellation Entitlement Registry Scoping Project Abstract PDF
Magaly Bascones 85-95
E-book Workflow from Inquiry to Access: Facing the Challenges to Implementing E-book Access at the University of Nevada, Reno Abstract PDF
Amalia Beisler, Lisa Kurt 96-116

From the Field

Marmot & Prospector—A Statistical Review Abstract PDF
Jimmy Thomas 117-123

Viewpoints: Technology Matters

Holding Your Vendor’s Feet to the Fire PDF
Lori Bowen Ayre 124-125

Reviews

Review of International Students and Academic Libraries: Initiatives for Success PDF
Richard A. Stoddart 126-127
Review of the World Digital Library PDF
Christine Baker 128-129

A new issue of the journal is available

We recently published issue 2 of the journal this year.  It has a nice set of articles and reviews.

Vol 4, No.2 (2012): Volume 4, Issue 2

Table of Contents

Editorials

Trends in Library Collaboration: Deeper, Wider, and Riskier PDF
Valerie Horton 38

Scholarly Articles

Yo Soy Colorado: Three Collaborative Hispanic Cultural Heritage Initiatives Abstract PDF
Beverly B. Allen, Dana EchoHawk, Rhonda Gonzales, Fawn-Amber Montoya, Mary M. Somerville 39-52

From the Field

Making lemonade: The potential of increased peer-to-peer metadata training among cultural heritage professionals Abstract PDF
Ingrid Schneider 53-59
Collaborative Project Development in the Creation of an Interdepartmental Digitization Workflow Abstract PDF
Valerie Prilop, R. Niccole Westbrook, Elizabeth M. German 60-66
Creating NISO’s Library Physical Delivery Recommended Practices Abstract PDF
Gregory Pronevitz, Valerie Horton 67-75
Among the Angels? Exploring Collaborations of the American Theological Library Association: An Interview with David Stewart Abstract PDF
David Stewart, Ivan Gaetz 76-79

Reviews

Review: Without A Net: Librarians Bridging the Digital Divide PDF
Richard A. Stoddart 80-81
Review: Embedded Librarians: Moving Beyond One-Shot Instruction PDF
Lia Vella 82

Issue 1 of Volume 4 is now available

There are seven good new articles available on the Collaborative Librarianship website. The articles are:

Editorials

Milestones in Collaboration: Editorial Introduction PDF
Ivan Gaetz 1

Scholarly Articles

Analyzing La Cuna: New Approaches for Mentoring in Professional Associations Abstract PDF
Alison Hicks 2-13
Improving the Effectiveness of Librarian-Faculty Collaboration Abstract PDF
Lan Shen 14-22

From the Field

Knowledge Sharing Through MS SharePoint Abstract PDF
Lorette S.J. Weldon 23-30
NISO and Collaboration: A Place at the Table for all Players Abstract PDF
Todd Carpenter, Valerie Horton 31-33

Reviews

Review: Collaboration is Key: Librarians and Composition Instructors Analyze Student Research and Writing PDF
Marie-Elise Wheatwind 34-35
Review: The Social Factor PDF
Holly Lakatos 36-37

Volume 3 #4 of Collaborative LIbrarianship now available

The latest issue of Collaborative Librarianship is out – vol 3 #4.

Table of Contents

Editorials: Snapshot of Library Collaboration. Ivan Gaetz.  p. 186

Scholarly Articles  

Library Area Studies Organizations and Multi-Disciplinary Collection and Research: The Latin American Experience.  Mark L. Grover, p. 187-196

Improving Open Access Week Events Through Existing Partnerships. Andrea A. Wirth, p. 197-204   The Evolution of E-books and Interlibrary Loan in Academic Libraries. Heather L. Wicht, p. 205-211

  From the Field  

Patron-Driven Acquisition – Working Collaboratively in a Consortial Environment: An Interview with Greg Doyle. Greg Doyle, Cory Tucker  p. 212-216

Library Collaboration – Exploring New Business Models: An Interview with Marvin Pollard. Marvin Pollard, Cory Tucker, p. 217-220

Viewpoints: Collaboration Matters   Collaborative Fundraising.  Nicole C. Engard

Viewpoints: Perspectives   Librarians and Health Workers: Partnering and Collaborating to Support Free Access to Health Information in Nigeria.  Ngozi B. Ukachi, 222-227

Reviews

Review of Doing Social Media So It Matters: A Librarian’s Guide.  Joel Shields

Review of Educating Educators with Social Media.  Margie Ruppel