ALISE Book Series  

About the Series 

The ALISE Book Series, published by Rowman & Littlefield, addresses issues critical to Library and Information Science education and research through the publication of epistemologically grounded scholarly texts which are inclusive of regional and national contexts around the world.


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Series Editors

Jaya Raju – University of Cape Town, [email protected]
Dietmar Wolfram – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, [email protected]

The Information Literacy Framework: Case Studies of Successful Implementation


The first title in the ALISE Book Series is The Information Literacy Framework: Case Studies of Successful Implementation. This work is edited by Heidi Julien, Melissa Gross, and Don Latham. This book is available as an eBook and is also in paperback and hardcover.


E.J. Josey: Transformational Leader of the Modern Library Profession


This work by Renate L. Chancellor provides a comprehensive examination of the life and professional career of E.J. Josey within the broader historical and political landscape of the civil rights movement. E.J. Josey: Transformational Leader of the Modern Library Profession is available as an eBook and hardback.


Call for Proposals

To submit a proposal for the series, please download the submission guidelines.
Proposals relating to education and/or research in the following broad areas, inter alia, are welcome:
  • Education of library and information professionals
  • Socio-cultural or international perspectives in library and information services
  • Information and communication technologies
  • Cultural heritage preservation and promotion
  • Data and knowledge management
  • Data science
  • Human-computer interaction and design
  • Information organization and retrieval
  • Information services and practices
  • Scholarly communication in the digital era