American Journal of Information Science and Technology

Aims and Scope

American Journal of Information Science and Technology (ISSN Online: 2640-0588, ISSN Print: 2640-057X) is an international, professional, and peer reviewed journal, it creates a unique medium for the publication of new developments and advances in library and information science as well as research findings and, where applicable, their practical applications and significance. The Editor welcomes material on any aspect of information science theory, policy, application or practice and library that will advance thinking in the field.

The topics related to this journal include but are not limited to:

  • Enlightenment Era Libraries
  • National Libraries
  • Academic Libraries
  • Shift to Digital Libraries
  • Philosophy of Information
  • Transition to Modern Information Science
  • Information Architecture
  • Information Management
  • Library and Information Science
  • Deaf Libraries
  • Diversity in Librarianship
  • Private Libraries
  • Modern Public Library
  • Public Lending Libraries
  • Definitions of Information Science
  • Information Professional
  • Social Media's Power to Facilitate Topics
  • Information Retrieval
  • Knowledge Representation And Reasoning
  • The Deaf Community and Library Science
  • Gender Equality and Library Leadership
  • Types of Libraries

Guidelines for preparing your manuscript can be found in the Manuscript Preparation Guidelines. Once your manuscript is ready, you may proceed to the Submission page to complete the process.