Library & Information Sciences

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Topical coverage

  • Academic Librarianship
  • Archives and records
  • Censorship, discrimination and bias
  • Classification and Indexing
  • Collections
  • Data analytics
  • Educational technologies
  • Health information and data
  • Information and data visualization
  • Information architecture
  • Information in education and society
  • Information in teaching and learning
  • Information needs, seeking and use
  • Information resources in distance learning
  • Information society
  • Informetrics
  • Intellectual freedom
  • Knowledge organization metadata and taxonomies
  • Museums and galleries
  • Online communities, social networking and social media information
  • Online data use
  • Preservation and conservation of information objects
  • Reference work
  • Using learning analytics to assess the value and impact of information resources

Content highlights



The intelligent library: Thought leaders’ views on the likely impact of artificial intelligence on academic libraries

Library Hi Tech

A snapshot of perceptions of the potential impact of AI on academic libraries and to reflect on its implications for library work.


The effect of intellectual property treaties on international innovation collaboration: a study based on USPTO patents during 1976–2017

Library Hi Tech

Investigates the effect of IP treaties on international innovation collaboration and whether international IP treaties can promote collaboration between a country and other economies in the world.


Effects of environmental education on environmental ethics and literacy based on virtual reality technology

The Electronic Library

The research results show significant correlations between environmental education and environmental ethics; environmental ethics and environmental literacy; and environmental education and environmental literacy.


The presumed influence of digital misinformation: examining US public’s support for governmental restrictions versus corrective action in the COVID-19 pandemic

Online Information Review

Informed by the third-person effects (TPE) theory, this study aims to analyse restrictive versus corrective actions in response to the perceived TPE of misinformation on social media in the USA.


Prof. Dr. Claude Draude, based at the University of Kassel, Germany (Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) recently published a paper in Online Information Review that suggests 'in order to tackle the question of bias in algorithms, a systemic, sociotechnical and holistic perspective is needed'.



Encountering misinformation online: antecedents of trust and distrust and their impact on the intensity of Facebook use

Online Information Review

Through theorising and integrating literature from interdisciplinary fields such as information behaviour, communication and relationship management, this study explores how misinformation on Facebook influences users’ trust, distrust and intensity of Facebook use.


Getting acquainted with social networks and apps: it is time to talk about TikTok

Library Hi Tech News

Considers the opportunities and potential problems with using social media to engage with the library community.


Emerging Perspectives on Health Information Needs

Aslib Journal of Information Management, 2020

Digital libraries and COVID-19, Part 1: responding to a global emergency

Digital libraries and COVID-19, Part 2: The "new normal"

Digital Library Perspectives, 2020 & 2021


Editor in chief of the Digital Library Perspectivesjournal, Anna Maria Tammaro, is Director at Large of the Association for Information Science and Technology, a leading information science association.

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