Aim and Scope

Journal of Information Management and Library Studies is an international peer-reviewed open access journal that targets audience like librarians, information scientists, specialists, managers and educators. The journal focused at publishing the most contemporary research papers with the recent issues and developments in the field. The journal is more specific to publish on the core topics like intersection of librarianship, the resulting role of libraries in both content dissemination and content creation.
The journal invites and publishes original research papers, review articles/reports, technical reports and short communications and case studies containing new insight into any aspect Library Sciences. Our committed and dedicated editorial team ensures the quality and review standard of our publications.

  • Knowledge management/organization
  • Library and information management
  • Information and digital literacy
  • Information and seeking behavior
  • Information and storage retrieval
  • Information systems
  • Scholarly communication
  • Bibliometrics or scientometrics
  • Interaction and user library anxiety
  • Archival studies
  • Bibliography
  • Digital Contents Management
  • Documentation sciences
  • Library Science Education
  • Infotainment
  • Library Information Sciences history
  • Knowledge management
  • Library and information scientist
  • Museology
  • Museum informatics
  • Records Management
  • Information seeking and Information retrieval
  • Data Sciences
  • User Education