Editorial - From JPL to PhJLIS: Leaving the Door Open for New Beginnings
The 39th volume opens a new chapter for the
country’s longest-running refereed LIS journal. The
Philippine Journal of Librarianship and
Information Studies (PhJLIS) may have assumed a
new name, but not entirely a new role. The Journal’s
role as an intellectual leader through the publication
and dissemination of researches about and/or
towards the development of theory and praxis of
librarianship in the Philippines still remains – but
with significant reformations.
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