Are you a blogger or prolific writer with interest in library matters, looking for wider readership? Do you have some great content that you would like to share with readers in the Library and Information Science world? How about an interesting story or event that was organized by your library, would you want the world to read, know and discuss it?
AfLIA, the Library Association for Africa, has some great news for you!
AfLIA wishes to introduce to all, – the African Library Vibes. This is an online space set up with the primary aim of providing an international forum where authors and readers within the LIS sector, especially in Africa, can converge, interact and share knowledge for the promotion and development of LIS in the continent and beyond.
At this time, we are accepting guest posts from authors such as yourself for publishing on African Library Vibes. The Vibes will feature a stimulating and interesting blend of stories, practical experiences, debates, research findings, interactive content and discussions from across the Library ecosystem, especially in Africa.
Posts can be directly or indirectly related to any of the topics below;
Guide to contributing to African Library Vibes
African Library Vibes will receive submissions all year round. Posts that meet the above guidelines should be submitted via email: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject Blog Post Submission to African Library Vibes.
Authors should be able to engage with readers in the comments about their published posts so as to make your post interactive and interesting. African Library Vibes Editorial Team acknowledges the enormous amount of work required to put together a blog post however, it reserves the right to publish posts deemed to add value to readers. The Team also reserve the rights to amend articles to fit the style African Library Vibes and to schedule publication dates for submitted blog posts. The Team also reserve the right to decline submissions that are deemed plagiarized or inappropriate for our readership.
We are excited about providing a global forum for all LIS professionals especially within the African Library field to share experiences and learnings. We look forward to receiving your posts.
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