The IFLA ENSULIB Newsletter Project
From December 2021, ENSULIB publish its official newsletter twice a year. The Newsletter reviews ENSULIB’s activities and achievements and provides a platform for presenting interesting stories, events or projects from libraries all over the world, which follow a clear green and sustainable commitment.
We appreciate all the contributions, support and advice from the Section members, colleagues in the library field, interested parties and individuals around the world to make the Newsletter successful.
Please contact the Editorial Committee for any questions about the newsletter.
Conditions of the Submitted Articles
Articles should be submitted in Word format and cover subjects relevant to environment, sustainability and libraries, preferably with images (in JPEG format) or other media under a CC-BY 4.0 license. Articles should include section headings.
Articles should adhere to the following length guidelines:
- News items and announcements –- Short, topical, news oriented (50 to 200 words)
- Major articles: In depth discussions of topics of interest: congress report, experience sharing, etc. (about 500 words)
- ENSULIB updates (up to 500 words)
- Optional: high resolution images can be included (600 dpi, jpg preferred)
All articles which are selected for publication will be proof-read. We may need to make minor editorial changes or correct spelling mistakes.
The License: By submitting a contribution to the newsletter, you agree that it will be made publicly available in the ENSULIB newsletter and translated into other languages for further publication.
The Fine Print: Due to editorial considerations, we may not be able to publish every submitted story in the ENSULIB Newsletter. On occasion we may also need to publish a story in a later newsletter instead of the current one. We will always endeavour to keep authors informed of these decisions. To establish the identity of the authors, your name will be published with your article.
IFLA ENSULIB Newsletter
Volume 4 Number 1 (June 2024) — Call for Articles