School Library Journal throws down the gauntlet in ALA’s direction

I did some email back and forth with Brian Kenny from School Library Journal last month when I was trying ot find back issues of their content online. I incorrectly assumed that because I couldn’t find it, it wasn’t there. He took the time to set me straight. Now he’s written an editorial for SLJ asking ALA why more of their content isn’t freely available online, drawing the same conclusion I have “[L]ibrarians are the most vocal advocates for open access to journal content—except, apparently, when it’s their own publications.”

One Response to “School Library Journal throws down the gauntlet in ALA’s direction”

  1. Dan Kleinman Says:

    I have often wondered why the latest version of the “Intellectual Freedom Manual” is not freely available online.