JLAMS is an open-access journal providing an outlet for the dissemination of ideas, articles, academic papers, and essays of interest to library leaders at all levels and of all types of libraries. JLAMS is refereed, although other contributions are accepted.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 13, Issue 1 (2017) Libraries on social media: connecting with your communitiesThe articles in this issue range from a broad survey of library social media use in New York State which sets the background and highlights common concerns, to practical observations drawn from several more specific situations which illustrate possible answers to some of the concerns raised in the survey. The overall message of the issue might be that while specific variables differ, our overall goals and many of the strategies for achieving them are quite similar.
From the Editors
Social Media Collaboration: a Case Study from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Sarah Christensen, Jaena Manson, and Leah Dudak
Results of a Survey of Social Media Use in NYS Libraries