Practical Academic Librarianship (PAL)

Peer-reviewed, open access journal for librarians serving academic departments or affiliated institutions including centers, institutes, specialized collections, & special units within or related to academic units.

Founded by Leslie J. Reynolds in 2011. New co-editors Jennifer Bartlett and Stacey Greenwell assumed editorship in January 2020.

Here is a link to the current issue.

Here is a link to the archive of past issues.

Congratulations to the winner(s) of the Practical Academic Librarianship's outstanding article for 2020. The year's winning submission was “Using Qualitative Methods to Supplement Quantitative Research: A Case Study in Evaluating Student Usage of Facilities” by Matthew M. Benzing, Susan Hurst, and Thom Gerrish.