How to submit a blog post

We’d love to hear from library and information professionals, whether you’re starting out in your career or a well-established member of the community.

We’re interested in blogs relating to any aspect of the information and library profession. Blogs between 500-1000 words work best; check that your spelling and grammar are accurate and cite and reference any sources you use. In addition to this please include at least one copyright-compliant image with your submission. Provide a line or two of descriptive text that we will use to create alt text for the image. Once you’re happy with your blog post, just email it to us at libfocusblog[at]gmail[dot]com.

Here are some blog post ideas to get you started:
  • Recent library projects, initiatives, events, and exhibitions you were involved in
  • Library-related research and applied projects (research as practice) you conducted 
  • A condensed version of a conference paper you presented/submitted
  • Summaries of library talks/conferences/events you’ve attended
  • A review of a library or information-related book or journal article 
  • A discussion of current trends in the library field
  • Reflections on a new library role
  • Insights into working in a specialist library or niche information-related area
  • An article relating to professional development or continuous learning
  • Useful tips from a course or training session you attended


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