This article is from the Libraries FAQ, by Anthony Wilson email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
Steve Bergson has compiled a list of all major online LIS periodicals
that provide a table of contents, abstracts or full-text articles. See
Library and Information Science Periodicals on the Internet,
PICK, the excellent Internet resource page by the Thomas Perry
Library, has an extensive list of electronic journals in LIS (with an
emphasis on those in the UK) with descriptions as to whether they are
full-text or abstracts. http://www.aber.ac.uk/~tplwww/ej/intro.html
You'll also want to check out the LIS section of BUBL's list of 220
current journals and newsletters: http://bubl.ac.uk/journals/
Some of the interesting online LIS journals available are:
Ariande, a bimonthly newsletter published by the UK Office for Library
and Information Networking, describes and evaluates sources and
services available on the Internet, and of potential use, to
librarians and information professionals. http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/
Booklist has been the librarian's leading choice for reviews of the
latest books and (more recently) electronic media.
Educom Review explores the changing ways we will work, learn, and
communicate in the digital world of the 21st century
Internet Trend Watch for Libraries is a Web-based newsletter
highlighting innovative Internet applications in libraries.
The Katharine Sharp Review, a peer-reviewed e-journal devoted to
student scholarship and research within library and information
The Library Journal contains late-breaking news, InfoTech updates, and
book reviews not in the magazine. http://www.ljdigital.com/ .
The Minnesota Library Association Social Responsibilities Round Table
(MSRRT) Newsletter: Library Alternatives,
http://www.cs.unca.edu/~davidson/msrrt/ , provides information on
library staff unionizing, internet censorship, price gouging by
vendors, zine news, new books and journals, and much more.