Scope of the Journal
Journal of Advanced Research in Library and Information Science (JoARLIS) is a highly indexed journal published with a goal to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share and discuss various new issues and developments in interconnected areas of library and information science.
The scope of the journal covers research articles, review articles, methodology articles, short communications, case study/ case reports, research reports, monographs, special issues, editorials, research articles, reviews, short communications and scientific commentaries in all the areas of library and information science. its scope includes but is not limited to library and information science, social networking and libraries, e-library, digital library systems, digital library services and applications, digital library development and management, digital library standards and policy, digital library open sources, digital preservation, faculty/librarian partnerships or collaborations, cutting edge instruction and reference techniques, copyright issues in digital environment, remote access, collection development strategies, intellectual property rights, document delivery, e-resources, information and communication technology, information retrieval, information seeking behaviour, information literacy, knowledge organization, knowledge management, Web 2.0.
Indexing Information: Index Copernicus International, ISA, Google Scholar, DRJI, ESJI, Jour informatics, SIS, BASE, IFSIJ, JSTOR, Infobase index, OAJI.