I don't think I'm going to add this to the stuff I've got on my plate but thought I'd pass it along in case anybody else was interested. As the first line says, “Good opportunity and would look good on your resume.” Thanks to Tara out at UBC for the head's up!
Good opportunity and would look very good on your resume.
Call for Peer Reviewers: Post-Tracks Issue 5
DEADLINE: October 13, 2006
Post-Tracks, an online peer-reviewed student publication hosted by Webjunction.org, once again invites interested LIS students to volunteer to serve as peer reviewers. The next issue of Post-Tracks is open to all related issue/concerns/research areas of library education and services at either the academic or public level.
Post-Tracks peer reviewers will be invited to review manuscripts based on their area(s) of interest and coursework. Once a reviewer accepts an invitation to review a manuscript, the reviewer is expected to complete the review within 14 days of receipt of the manuscript.
Peer reviewer applicants should be actively pursuing a masters or doctoral degree in the field of Library and Information Science or be a recent graduate of the past year. Contact Derek Najera, a student at the UT Austin School of Information finishing up his master's and the current editor of Post-Tracks, by email (email@example.com) to receive an application. All applications should be submitted via email by October 13, 2006. Reviewers will be notified of their selection and matched with papers for review by October 24, 2006.
For additional information, please contact Derek as well. Thank you!
Post-Tracks Editor for Webjunction.org
School of Information
The University of Texas at Austin
1 University Station, D7000
Austin, TX 78712