The Business & Economics Editor for Choice Magazine seeks faculty reviewers for new marketing books and electronic resources
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Invitation to Review for CHOICE Magazine
Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries is seeking new reviewers who teach at the undergraduate level to review new marketing titles. A publication of the Association of College & Research Libraries, Choice relies on teaching faculty and academic libraries to review nearly 7,000 new publications a year, providing academic librarians and faculty with the first appraisal of new scholarly books and electronic products. Choice reviewers have the opportunity to acquire new titles in their field and to influence titles selected for library collections. To acquaint you with our reviews, a list of business titles selected for Choice’s 2006 "Outstanding Academic Titles" list appears at the end of this e-mail.
Choice reviewers are not paid, but they do receive a complimentary subscription to Choice Reviews Online http://www.cro2.org/, our comprehensive database of scholarly reviews and bibliographic essays, which is a valuable resource for research and keeping up with new publications in a wide variety of scholarly disciplines. Due to our mail requirements, reviewers must have a U.S. or Canadian mailing address.
Reviewers are able to specify the timing and frequency of review assignments to suit their schedules, and of course, are allowed to keep the publications they review. More detailed information about Choice, including reviewing guidelines and sample reviews, is available on our Web site http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlpubs/choice/inforeview/reviewers.cfm.
If you are interested in reviewing please complete the short online reviewer form at http://www.choicemag.org/ or contact me for a paper application. I would be happy to answer any questions about our policies and procedures.
Business & Economics Editor
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Middletown, CT 06457
(860) 347-6933, ext. 120