Free LJ subscription, anyone?

Library Journal is offering free subscriptions to library school students. No strings attached!

We are giving away a free 1-year subscription to all library students! And I mean free. No strings attached, no hidden fees, no exchange for your soul.

Email me at akim@reedbusiness.com and I will email you the PDF of the subscription form. Please feel free to pass this information along to anyone who would be interested.

*Must have a valid student ID and this offer is limited to the USA only. I’m sorry, Canada.

I hope I can take advantage of this. I had received an order form with a discount for library school students early this fall, deliberated for a while, and recently sent it in . . . the charge hit my credit card 11 days go. D’oh! We’ll see what they have to say.

On a related note, this is one of the things that I love about blogs. “In the Bookroom,” the LJ blog, is clearly affiliated with (and therefore representing) a respected professional publication. Yet it’s got personality, and you can tell there are real people behind it. Excellent.

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One thought on “Free LJ subscription, anyone?

  1. Cool! And I had no idea about the LJ book blog. I’m a bad, bad librarian, preferring to read about shoes and knitting instead of professional literature… But professional literature in a blog format, now that I can handle.

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