Thursday, June 5, 2014

Call for papers - International Information & Library Review

International Information and Library Review is currently seeking manuscript submissions. For more than twenty years, the journal has been welcomed by information scientists, librarians and other scholars and practitioners all over the world for its timely articles on research and development in international and comparative librarianship, information sciences, information policy and information ethics, digital values and digital libraries.
Articles may address concepts, applications of policies for decision-making or improving the utilization of information and the design and implementation of systems to implement these programs.
Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Issues related to the globalization of information

  • International and comparative librarianship

  • National and comparative information policy

  • International or cultural influences on information ethics and digital values.

Authors and scholars will be requested to provide insight on the value their research contributes to a global readership. IILR uses the double-blind, peer-review process in order to maintain the journal’s high standards for publication.  
International Information & Library Review receives all manuscript submissions electronically via its Editorial Manager site located at:
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