Aim & Scope

The IJoLIS intends to promote multidisciplinary research that incorporates not only Library and Information Sciences (LIS) but also other allied disciplines, for example, information technology, computer science, statistics, mathematics, social sciences, philosophy, psychology, sociology, economics, business administration, management sciences, commerce, law, communications sciences, media studies, English language, education, Islamic studies, and more. The Journal would endeavor to publish well-written, original and latest research in interdisciplinary perspective. Broader themes are annexed but not confined to them.

 

  • Academic writing and publishing in LIS
  • Advances in library and information sciences
  • Archives, records, and information management
  • Augmented reality and libraries
  • Big data and libraries
  • Cataloguing and RDA
  • Classification and subject headings
  • Collection development and management
  • Computer supported cooperative work
  • Clouding and libraries
  • Data curation and linked data
  • Digital forensics
  • Digital humanities
  • Digital/virtual libraries
  • Digital youth
  • Foundations of library and information sciences
  • ICTs and library and information sciences/services
  • Information architecture
  • Information behavior
  • Information/knowledge economy/economics
  • Information environment
  • Information literacy
  • Information retrieval
  • Information systems and services in multi-disciplines
  • Information trust and privacy
  • Informetrics and data analytics
  • Integrated library automation systems
  • Knowledge management
  • Library and database technology
  • Library and information services
  • Library and web technology
  • Library building, spaces and services
  • Library/knowledge/information security and safety
  • Marketing of library and information services
  • Mobile telephony and apps in library and information sciences
  • Philosophy and theory of library and information sciences
  • Professional associations and continuing professional development in LIS
  • Research resources in library and information sciences
  • Research trends in library and information sciences
  • Skill development of information professionals
  • Social computing
  • Social media/network analysis
  • Text and data mining

 

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