The Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science Guidelines for Submission

Submission of manuscripts: Manuscripts should be submitted as e-mail attachments in Word or RTF format to Clément Arsenault (Editor) at clement.arsenault@umontreal.ca. A tentative title and abstract of 50 to 100 words (preferably in both English and French) should be submitted with the manuscript.

Review :All manuscripts are evaluated by at least two expert referees.

Preparation od copy : Use italics rather than underlining where applicable. Use endnotes rather than footnotes.

Tables and figures : Tables and figures should be numbered separately and placed together at the end of the document. Figures can be sent in separate image files. Insert a location note at the appropriate place in the text (e.g., ''Insert Table 2 here''). Prepare tables as simply as possible. Figures must be sharp and clear and must fit within the text area of a journal page (115 mm × 175 mm).

Style : Tables and figures should be numbered separately and placed together at the end of the document. Figures can be sent in separate image files. Insert a location note at the appropriate place in the text (e.g., ''Insert Table 2 here''). Prepare tables as simply as possible. Figures must be sharp and clear and must fit within the text area of a journal page (115 mm × 175 mm).

Format and references : All references to sources are to be identified in the text by the surname of the author(s), year of publication, and page number(s) where applicable. Examples: (Greenberg 2008, 48); (Olson 2006, 19–21); (Fogel 2004a). For ejournal articles please provide a DOI rather than a URL if possible. The references list should be placed at the end of the main text, and ordered alphabetically by author and by year of publication.

Examples :

Fogel, Robert William. 2004a. The Escape from Hunger and Premature Death, 1700–2100: Europe, America, and the Third World. New York: Cambridge University Press.

———. 2004b. "Technophysio Evolution and the Measurement of Economic Growth." Journal of Evolutionary Economics 14 (2): 217–21. doi:10.1007/s00191-004-0188-x.

Greenberg, Joel, ed. 2008. Of Prairie, Woods, and Water: Two Centuries of Chicago Nature Writing. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

IFLA. "IFLA's History", http://www.ifla.org/en/history.

Minow, Newton N., and Craig L. LaMay. 2008. Inside the Presidential Debates: Their Improbable Past and Promising Future. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Olson, Hope A. 2006. "Codes, Costs, and Critiques: The Organization of Information in Library Quarterly, 1931–2004." Library Quarterly 76 (1): 19–35.

Pollan, Michael. 2006. The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals. New York: Penguin.

Samples, John. 2006. "The Origins of Modern Campaign Finance Law." Chap. 7 in The Fallacy of Campaign Finance Reform. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.