All materials to be considered for publication in the Eastern Librarian should be in electronic form and should be sent to eastern.lib[@]gmail.com. Peer review is anonymous. Before submitting your article please, read our guidelines for the preparation of manuscripts first.
LICENSE TO PUBLISH
It is a condition of publication in the Journal that authors grant an exclusive license to LAB. As part of the license agreement, authors may use their own material in other publications provided that the Journal is acknowledged in writing as the original place of publication and LAB as the publisher.
PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPTS
The maximum length of articles including references, notes and abstract is 7000 words, and the minimum length is 3500 words.
The maximum length of short communication is 2500 words and the maximum length of conference report is 1500 words.
Articles must be accompanied by an abstract of no more than 350 words.
The abstract should present the topic of the paper in short, particularly the
results and the findings.
Articles must be accompanied by keywords (maximum 5).
The main document has to be anonymous and should contain title, abstract, keywords and the main body of the document. Please, prepare your manuscript text using a Word processing package (save and submit in .doc, docx or .rtf format). We do not accept PDF format. Manuscripts should be one and a half-spaced, including text in tables, figures, images, and references.
The author's name, institutional affiliation, and full contact details (postal, phone, fax, and e-mail, web address (if any) should be supplied on the title
page which has to be sent as a separate file.
For this journal please use APA Style.
The author is responsible for getting permission to reproduce a graphic from copyright holders.
Please send your manuscripts to Editor at eastern.lib[@]gmail.com. Before submitting your manuscript electronically you should have the following types of files ready
1 title page with author(s) information.
1 anonymous text file without this title page and without other information allowing to identify the author(s), including the abstract (maximum 350 words) below the title.