Current Cites submission
Current Cites is seeking annotations from library workers and students on information technology literature. The writing is relatively low commitment. You just need to write a short abstract or annotation. Our criteria are simple:
–Only cite what you like.
–Keep your annotation to one paragraph; say what needs to be said.
–Use your voice, as well as the knowledge that you bring to the topic.
–You are welcome to inserts URLs within your annotation – I will add the hyperlinks.
We want your take on it, especially on what, how, & why it matters to our profession. Submit as many annotations you’d like, whenever.
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Your annotation or abstract
Only cite what you like. Keep it one paragraph, say what needs to be said. Use your personal voice, as well as knowledge that you bring to the topic. Feel free to include URLs as appropriate and I can insert the hyperlinks.
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