Aim and Scope

 | Post date: 2020/06/6 | 
         Journal of Research on Information Science and Public Libraries is a double blind peer reviewed journal that informs readers on research, current developments, and trends related to the Public Libraries and Information Science. The audience of the journal includes academics, students, practicing librarians, information professionals, senior managers and library and information researchers and lecturers.

Major topics
         The journal welcomes practicing librarians, information workers and academics to come up with their ideas and new perspectives that can extend the existing body of Public libraries and knowledge of Information Science. The areas of interest include the following subjects, (all related to public libraries) but are not limited to:
  • Archive
  • Bibliometrics
  • Book Reading Culture
  • Child and Adolescent studies
  • Cultural Studies
  • Ethics of Librarianship
  • Information Ethics
  • Information literacy 
  • Information Management
  • Information Resource Management
  • Information Storage and Retrieval
  • Information Technology in Information Centers
  • Informetrics
  • knowledge Management
  • Knowledge Organization
  • Library and Information Education
  • Library Management and Evaluation
  • Library Services
  • Library Services for Specific Groups
  • Library Standards
  • Management Studies
  • Media Literacy
  • Psychological Studies
  • Scientometrics
  • Social Studies
  • Studying and Reading
  • User Studies
  • Webometrics

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