Do you or your team have a creative technical solution to a problem, creative social solution, or creative policy solutions to a problem? Do you have any creative fundraising ideas? Can you make amazing creative signage for your library? Have you creatively designed a website? Did you employ out of the box thinking? What worked, and what didn’t work? The Journal of Creative Library Practice will provide an outlet for librarians and information professionals to describe and encourage greater creativity in library and information center communications, policies, collections, instruction, and other areas of librarianship.
This journal intends to reach librarians and information professionals of all types, including academic, public, school, special, medical, legal, and others. We would also like to reach out to readers interested in libraries as well as those interesting in critical information studies. Other readers may include teachers, parents, business people or college students. If a reader is interested in learning more about the creative use of technologies, policies or services to enhance the exchange of information from one person to another (or from one computer to another), then they may be interested in this journal.