World Libraries

World Libraries is a project of the faculty, staff and students of the Dominican University School of Information Studies; an advisory board of library and information professionals from around the world; and an ever-changing cast of contributors and readers. It was established in 1990 under the title Third World Libraries.
World Libraries -- a peer-reviewed, open access LIS journal published by the Dominican University School of Information Studies in River Forest, Illinois -- invites submissions on library and information science topics of interest to an international audience.
Posted: 2019-01-07

Vol 22, No 1 (2016)

Table of Contents

Introduction: Extraordinary service, extraordinary love HTML
Scott Shoger

Special Features

Folklore v. Fakelore, the Epic Battle (2014 Butler Lecture) HTML
Jane Yolen
The Treaty of Marrakesh: From Good Law to Good Implementation HTML
Dick Kawooya, Karen Keninger, Victoria Owen, Winston Tabb
Information Professionals Go Global: Reflections on the International Librarians Network Peer Mentoring Program HTML
Cate Carlyle
A Closer Look at IBBY’s Call to Action for Refugee Children HTML
Scott Shoger
Marianna Tax Choldin's Russian adventures HTML
Scott Shoger