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Community Commentaries

We invite submissions from our colleagues in the information field but also from the communities we support (e.g., medicine, allied health, etc.). These submissions could speak to relevant issues that will influence the information field, but they could also publicize changes, opportunities, developments or a new program in your community, group, office, or library. These submissions receive editorial review and authors are encouraged to use the Editorial Review template. Author(s) are asked to use the Vancouver citation style and to use superscripts for all in-text citations.

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Invited Commentary

In this section we publish position statements, MLA Annual Research Awards, and other related content. These submissions receive editorial review and authors are encouraged to use the Editorial Review template. Author(s) are asked to use the Vancouver citation style and to use superscripts for all in-text citations.

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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor can be general commentary on topics of interest to MLA members or commentary on recent Hypothesis research publications. If the letter is research commentary, it will be sent to the lead author of the paper to invite their (optional) commentary; letters and authors’ responses (if provided) are published together. No word restrictions exist for these types of submissions. Authors are encouraged to use the Editorial Review template. Author(s) are asked to use the Vancouver citation style and to use superscripts for all in-text citations.

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