Judaica Librarianship, a peer-reviewed journal published by the Association of Jewish Libraries (AJL), became an online journal in 2014, after twenty years of being published in print (ISSN: 0739-5086).



The journal seeks to publish research articles and essays related to the development, management, and/or digital curation of Judaica and Hebraica collections in all types of libraries and archives, the creation and dissemination of information resources in all formats, the promotion of Jewish information literacy, and Jewish booklore in general. A special area of interest for this forthcoming issue is Digital Humanities in Jewish Studies, including theoretical perspectives or applied prospects and descriptive articles on actual projects. The editorial board welcomes research articles and essays (double-blind peer reviewed) and review essays of reference works and electronic resources. Submission deadline for the journal’s next issue (2015) is December 31, 2014.