Vol 32, No 100 (2008)

To celebrate the publication of the 100th issue of Library and Information Research leaders of the profession were invited to share their views of the current and future state of LIS research. Thoughtful, provocative and entertaining, the papers in this issue are the result. Please feel free to add your comments to the papers (requires registration).

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial
Miggie Pickton, Louise Cooke
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1-2

Invited Contributions

Towards a Coalition for Research in Library, Archive and Information Science
Stephanie Kenna
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3-9
Peter H Reid
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10-12
What will be the needs of Library, Museum and Archives Users in 10 years: Research Implications
Javier Stanziola
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13-19
David Streatfield
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20-28
Simple but effective LIS research: why we need it, and how we can do it
Paul Sturges
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29-34
Steve Thornton
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35-42