The Library Journal Club Network, started in 2017, is a space where those interested in establishing and sustaining journal clubs can share information, ask questions, and find answers.
This site includes guidelines for creating and managing a library-related journal club, a list of readings and resources about journal clubs, and a directory of journal clubs.
Megan is Innovation Librarian for the Centre for Education Futures at the University of Western Australia, working remotely online. She was previously a subject librarian at the UWA Library (where she started a journal club), and the McGill University Library in Montreal, Canada, where she first became interested in journal clubs and evidence-based practice. She has an MLIS from Dalhousie University, Canada.
Lorie is past editor-in-chief (2014-2020) of Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, an open access journal that has been publishing research and evidence summaries for over 15 years. Lorie currently works as Associate University Librarian, Planning & Community Relations, at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. She has an MLIS and a PhD in Information Studies from McGill University. While in her previous position at McGill University, Lorie co-founded the McGill Library Journal Club, which has been running successfully since 2010. She has also blogged for Brain-Work.
Andrea is a liaison librarian at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. She has been co-chair of the McGill Library Journal Club since 2012. Her involvement in journal clubs dates back to her undergraduate days where she participated in a molecular biology journal club. Andrea has an MLIS from McGill University.