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Closely aligned to the evolving Library Science field, this interdisciplinary and outward-looking Library Studies Collection features research intersecting with Information Systems, Information Science and Education.

Selected articles are published in partnership with The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), and under an arrangement with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s Global Libraries Initiative.

More than 90% of titles are ranked by Scopus and 6 appear in the Journal Citation Reports; including Journal of Documentation, one of the longest-established journals in Library and Information Science with content dating back to the 1940s.

Article submissions are closely mapped against research trends to ensure published content reflects areas of current or rapidly emerging interest. And, with no embargoes, you are always guaranteed immediate access to the latest research.

All articles are hosted on our Emerald Insight platform, which has been custom designed to ensure you can find and access the content you need on any device.

The topics we cover

  • Collection building and management
  • Digital information and communication
  • Indexing, classification and cataloguing
  • Information behaviour and retrieval
  • Information delivery
  • Information policy and governance
  • Information science
  • Information systems and repositories
  • Learning science
  • Librarianship/library management
  • Library and information services
  • Library assessment
  • Metadata & taxonomies
  • Records management and preservation
  • Reference services
  • Researcher services
  • User studies and literacy
  • Web science

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Video: Which comes first – quality or change?



Which comes first – quality or change? Managing change is inherent in organizational quality enhancement. Ian Smith from La Trobe University explains more about his article published in Library Management.