Be a part of history and the future at the same time!
The University of South Carolina School of Library and Information Science and Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group/AltaMira Press (Charles Harmon, Executive Editor) are now accepting letters of intent from scholars who are interested in publishing their work in the third volume of the Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics. This publication is the only annual review that focuses on how we access, preserve, and facilitate a deeper understanding of our cultural heritage. The annual volumes typically include the results of recent research and theoretical discussions, as well as articles that focus on promising technologies and a review of the literature related to fields such as Cultural Heritage Studies, Digital Curation, Digital Humanities, User Behavior, and Best Practices in the field. An editorial board formed from scholars, researchers, and museum professionals in the field of cultural heritage informatics will assist with reviewing and editing the manuscripts. International contributions are welcome.
Please submit a Letter of Intent with a brief description of your work by March 30, 2015 to the Editorial Board at email@example.com. The editorial board will notify you with an invitation to submit by April 15th. Manuscripts will be due May 30 for publication in the 2015–2016 edition. Author guidelines will be sent after the letters of intent are received.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Dr. Jennifer Weil Arns
School of Library & Information Science
University of South Carolina