Pacific Northwest Library Association (PNLA) Quarterly

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About the publication

Title: Pacific Northwest Library Association (PNLA) Quarterly

Website: http://www.pnla.org/quarterly

Purpose, objective, or mission: Pacific Northwest Library Association promotes increased communication, joint advocacy, open debate, networking and support and information sharing through its many special projects and initiatives including an annual conference, leadership institute, quarterly journal, job board, and a Young Readers Choice Award.1

Target audience: PNLA members are anyone with an interest in the library and information profession primarily from Alaska, Alberta, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, and Washington.2

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The PNLA Quarterly provides a unique regional and multinational perspective to the issues of intellectual freedom, literacy, continuing education, and library leadership. Articles may be theoretical, research-based, or practice-focused  If your topic could be relevant beyond the Pacific Northwest, another journal to consider might include the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Science.

 

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  1. “About Us,” Pacific Northwest Library Association, accessed October 30, 2015, http://www.pnla.org.
  2. “Membership,” Pacific Northwest Library Association, accessed October 30, 2015, http://www.pnla.org/membership.
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