C&RL Spotlight

Wendi Kaspar

Abstract

With each journal issue, I try to provide some cohesion and sense-making of the topics covered. The articles in the May 2017 issue are so diverse in terms of topic, content, method, and approach that it is impossible to put them under one umbrella—a reality that actually excites me. I remember reading each after it was submitted and being very excited to see the variety innovative approaches. It was a bit of a challenge to match them up with peer reviewers who could address the individuality of each paper and provide helpful and relevant feedback about the research framework, the methods, the results and potential impact to scholarship or practice. It represents the range of research in the profession as well as demonstrates the variety of expertise and knowledge of our reviewers, who volunteer their time and efforts for the benefit of not just the journal but scholarship in the profession.

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