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With this special issue of the Journal of Intellectual Freedom & Privacy, we seek contributions that explore issues of privacy in various types of libraries, stemming from new and modified services during the COVID-19 pandemic and, especially, the privacy implications for future library work.
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The Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy publishes two kinds of articles:
Features: Original research articles submitted for peer review. Submissions should be 4,000-8,000 words (references included), formatted in Chicago Style (author-date), and anonymized for double-blind peer review.
Commentaries: Shorter essays, think pieces, or general commentary on topical issues, controversies and emerging questions for the field. Commentaries are typically 500–1000 words (references included) and formatted in Chicago Style (author-date). Commentaries will be reviewed by the editorial staff.
Submission details:Submissions due: December 31, 2021Deadline for decisions: March 05, 2022Publication of special issue: Spring 2022
To submit, follow Journal of Intellectual Freedom & Privacy guidelines, using the "SUBMISSIONS" button at the top right of the home page. Please note "SPECIAL ISSUE SUBMISSION: COVID-19" in the "comments to the editor" section during submission. Questions should be addressed to the editor, Shannon M. Oltmann (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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