Aims & Scope
The VRA Bulletin is a journal of professional practice documenting the research, ideas, projects, activities, and history of the Visual Resources Association as well as the broader work of information professionals in image management. The VRA Bulletin aims to provide a forum for the discussion and dissemination of information directly related to the field of visual resources. Articles authored by members of the Association and like-minded information professionals from outside VRA cover a wide range of topics including: digital imaging and digital projects; cataloging and classification systems; historical collections and archives; data standards; education and professional development; intellectual property rights and copyright; library automation; collection development; digital curation and preservation; visual literacy and instruction; and professional standards and ethics. Other items considered for publication may be related to: literature reviews; other media and Web site reviews; image vendor news; visual resources facilities profiles; and reports on VRA business and affiliated professional organizations, symposia, conferences, and meetings.
If you have conducted research or have participated in a project related to any of the topics above and would like to share your findings, we encourage you to consider submitting an article. All authors retain the copyright to their submissions; however, we prefer that authors submit original content that has not been previously published.