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Journal of Advanced Research in Library and Information Science

About The Journal

Focus of the Journal

The Journal of Advanced Research in Library and Information Science (JoARLIS) is dedicated to disseminating cutting-edge research and scholarly contributions in the fields of library science and information science. The journal serves as a platform for researchers, academics, and professionals to share innovative insights, methodologies, and practices that advance the understanding and application of principles within library and information science.

Scope of the Journal

The scope of the journal encompasses, but is not limited to, the following key areas:

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, and information retrieval systems aimed at enhancing the organization and accessibility of information resources, Digital Libraries, Archives, digital preservation, curation, management of digital collections, digital library technologies, literacy skills, including information-seeking behavior, critical evaluation, information sources, machine learning, blockchain, Open Access and Scholarly Communication: open access publishing models, open educational resources, evolving landscape, Information Ethics and Intellectual Freedom, access, privacy, intellectual freedom, responsible use of information, information behavior, user experience in libraries, design of user-centered information services.


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