*Apologies for cross posting*

Dear colleagues,

I am writing to solicit reviewers and website suggestions for the Internet Resources Column of Public Services Quarterly. PSQ  is a peer-reviewed journal covering a wide variety of public services issues in academic libraries and the Internet Resources Column features reviews of resources that would be useful to public services librarians.

The theme for the upcoming column is online learning and instruction. We want to focus on free sites that assist librarians with providing online or distance reference and instructional services, as well as sites that feature best practices or tips for librarians.

If you would like to review for the next issue, please respond to me at[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> by Wednesday, September 21 with a short note about your interest and any relevant experience. If you don't have time to review for the next issue, but would be interested in being added to the pool of reviewers, please let me know. I also welcome suggestions for websites and/or column themes for future issues.


Melissa Mallon, MLIS
Assistant Professor
Research & Information Services Librarian
Liaison to English, MCLL, Philosophy, Religion,
Elliott School of Communication, and Barton School of
Business (Accountancy, Management, Marketing, & FREDS)

Wichita State University Libraries
1845 Fairmount
Wichita, KS  67260-0068
(316) 978-5077
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Aimee Babcock-Ellis, MLS
(cell phone) 518-225-7127
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