AbstractDear SAJLlSreaders, As we promised, we will be publishing a third issue of SAJLlSas from 2005, thanks to additional funding that L1ASAhas received from the SALI Trust and NLDTE. This will supplement the page fees and membership fees allocated to the journal. Readers will notice that we have published thirty-six research and general articles in SAJLlSVol. 71 thanks to this generous support. In this third issue we present eight research articles and four reviews that focus on LIS theory, referencing, information and communication technologies, information seeking, knowledge management, indigenous knowledge, informetrics, journal publishing, public libraries and information literacy and reviews.
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