Library Quarterly and Government Information Quarterly

At a Glance
Project at a Glance: 

iPAC is home to two prestigious, peer-reviewed scholarly journals in the field of library and information science. 

Library Quarterly is co-edited by iPAC co-directors John Bertot and Paul Jaeger. Since 1931, Library Quarterly has maintained its commitment to scholarly research in all areas of librarianship - historical, sociological, cultural, evaluative, statistical, bibliographical, managerial, and educational. The overarching goal of the Library Quarterly is to promote and publish cutting edge research that focuses on libraries and librarianship. 


Government Information Quarterly edited by iPAC co-director John Bertot. Government Information Quarterly is a cross-disciplinary journal that provides a forum for theoretical, philosophical, research, and policy analysis of government information and e-government. It is ranked among the top journals in library and information science in terms of scholarly impact.