Cataloging & Classification Quarterly
CCQ welcomes the submission of research, theory, and practice papers relevant to the broad field of bibliographic organization.
This journal, published now 8 times a year by Taylor & Francis, LLC, is respected as an international forum that emphasizes research and review articles, description of new programs and technologies relevant to cataloging and classification, and considered speculative articles on improved methods of bibliographic control for the future.
Articles are particularly welcome in areas dealing with research-based cataloging practice, including user behavior, user needs and benefits.
Authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts via email with attached word document to the Editor, Sandra K. Roe, Bibliographic Services Librarian, Illinois State University (email: email@example.com).
Colleagues interested in guest editing a special issue or expanded double issue are invited to contact the Editor with a general proposal, tentative schedule, and CVs. Previous special issues have included:
- Metadata and Open Access Repositories (Michael Babinec and Holly Mercer, Guest Editors)Bibliographic Database Quality (Jeffrey Beall and Stephen Hearn, Guest Editors)The Intellectual and Professional World of Cataloging (Qiang Jin, Guest Editor)Knitting the Semantic Web (Jane Greenberg and Eva Méndez, Guest Editor)Cataloger, Editor and Scholar: Essays in Honor of Ruth C. Carter (Robert Holley, Guest Editor)
Taylor & Francis sponsors an annual prize for CCQ with a small financial stipend for the Best Paper of the Year.
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Further details may be found at the CCQ home page.