From an email:
I am writing to you as Editor-in-Chief at the Student Research Journal (SRJ), based at the School of Information at San José State University. The SRJ offers opportunities for current graduate students to build a more competitive CV through publication in a refereed journal, and experience the peer review process early in their careers.
The SRJ accepts submissions of literature reviews, original research, and academic book reviews on all topics related to library and information science, archives, and records management. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis from currently-enrolled graduate students in the United States and beyond. Visit us at http://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/slissrj
Publishing on the Digital Commons platform powered by Berkeley Electronic Press, the SRJ connects with an audience of information professionals worldwide. Our previous issues include authors from the State University of New York at Buffalo, Syracuse University, Emporia State University, The University of Arizona, and The University of British Columbia. View live readership data, as well as our past issues on our website.
It is my hope that you will please share this opportunity with your students. Authors who publish will also have an institutional affiliation listed in their manuscript, on the SRJ website, and in our compiled issues on the table of contents.