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Submit your research to MLA Hypothesis Open Access Journal!

Happy Fall!

It's never too late to make a submission for upcoming issues of the Hypothesis Research Journal for Health Information Professionals, produced by the Medical Library Association’s Research Caucus. You may review articles from a recent issue or from the Archive for inspiration. If you know a LIS student who has an interesting project, we would welcome a submission from them.

Papers can be:

  • Library-specific Research. (e.g., Case Reports, Systematic Reviews, Surveys, Case Studies, etc.)
  • A practical Methods Moment about research methods, what they are, and what they mean for librarians.
  • A reflective Voices of Experience about your research experience, positive and negative outcomes.
  • The Failure column is a great way to share your research frustrations. Enough said!
  • Our new Commentaries sections about relevant issues that will influence the information field.

Submissions are accepted year-round. To have your submission considered for a specific issue or if you have any questions, please email hypothesisj@protonmail.com.

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Many thanks; stay safe, and stay warm!

The Hypothesis Team

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