Welcome to the Journal of Graduate Librarianship!

The Journal of Graduate Librarianship (JGL) is the first scholarly journal dedicated exclusively to matters pertaining to graduate librarianship. Written, edited, and governed by library practitioners who work with graduate students, faculty, and programs, JGL publishes peer-reviewed articles (which may report on research or professional practice, or engage with theory), as well as shorter editor-reviewed contributions (brief reports on initiatives, successes, lessons learned, epiphanies, reflections, etc.).

JGL publishes articles on all aspects and types of graduate librarianship, and seeks to advance the qualities contained in the acronym SHOP: Shared Honest Open Practice. While JGL provides a podium for the dissemination of research, it also offers a large, welcoming kitchen table, where the graduate librarian community can gather, share, and learn.

Note: The submission deadline for the first issue was March 17, 2023. The submission deadline for the second issue has not yet been announced.

Questions? Please direct inquiries to Dr. Wendy Doucette, Editor-in-Chief, and/or Jill Cirasella, Managing Editor.

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