New issue of LIS Critique

LIS Critique is an international (primarily Latin American), independent open access journal founded in 2008. The full title is Library & Information Science Critique: Journal of the Sciences of Information Recorded in Documents. The second issue has just been released. Most of the articles are in Spanish, but they have translated the issue’s editorial into English and are interested in maintaining a presence in the U.S. I think it’s good to see what librarians are thinking about in Latin America. Like Progressive Librarian, it is an intellectually-oriented journal situated outside of academia.