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Journal of Library & Information Studies (ISSN 1606-7509; former title: Journal of Library Science) is an open access journal published semi-annually by the Department of Library & Information Science of the National Taiwan University. The content is published simultaneously in paper and electronic format. Submission of Chinese or English manuscripts in the areas of library science, information science, computer science, bibliography, documentation, archives, instructional technologies, or other related fields is highly welcomed. JLIS is currently fully sponsored by the National Taiwan University. We do not charge publication fees from the authors.

 

Current issue: v.16, n.2 (2018 : December)

Investigating Digital Humanities: A Domain Analysis of Conference Proceedings Published in Taiwan, 2009-2016/Hur-Li Lee, Shengang Wang

An Investigation of the Associations Among Professional Tasks, Document Genres and Document Assessments in the Context of University Teaching/Min-Chun Ku

Product Value Proposition of Knowledge Management System Providers: The Example of a Case Company/Ming-Shu Yuan [Text in Chinese with extended English abstract]

Competencies of Children’s Librarians in Public Libraries in the Information Age/Yu-Ping Peng [Text in Chinese with extended English abstract]

Exploring Anonymous Online AIDS Q&A Services: A Social Support Perspective/Yi-Ling Wen, Ming-Hsin Phoebe Chiu [Text in Chinese with extended English abstract]

First-citation of Journal Articles and Scholarly Communication Speed: A Case Study of IS & LS/Tai-Chi Yu, Wen-Yau Cathy Lin [Text in Chinese with extended English abstract]

 

What's New

  1. We would like to express our warmest welcome to Professors Hao-Ren Ke, Cheng-Chi Lee, Ling-Ling Wu, and Hsiu-Ping Yueh, for joining the editorial board of the Journal of Library and Information Studies! Professor Ke’s research expertise mainly includes digital and Internet techniques, digital preservation, and data mining. A list of his publications can be found at: https://goo.gl/C69NNx. Professor Lee’s research expertise mainly includes computer networks and network security, cryptography, mobile communications and computing, and network management. A list of his publications can be found at: http://blue.lins.fju.edu.tw/~cclee/index2.htm. Professor Wu’s research expertise mainly includes information behavior and knowledge management. A list of her publications can be found at: http://www.management.ntu.edu.tw/IM/faculty/teacher/sn/20. Professor Yueh’s research expertise mainly includes cognitive science, learning technology, performance technology and organizational development, smart living technology, human factors, ICT in agriculture, and communication strategies. A list of her publications can be found at: https://goo.gl/mnoJvd. new!
  2. We are pleased to announce that we have started our Twitter account and Facebook page for the Journal of Library and Information Studies. Please follow us and stay tuned with us! JLIS Twitter @JLIS_Taiwan, JLIS Facebook page. new!
  3. We would like to express our warmest welcome to Professor Chih-Ming Chen for joining the editorial board of the Journal of Library and Information Studies! Professor Chen’s research expertise mainly includes data mining, artificial intelligence, mobile and ubiquitous learning. He has been publishing in various SSCI, SCI, and EI journals. A list of his publications can be found at: http://dlll.nccu.edu.tw/?page_id=10#Book.
  4. The Journal of Library and Information Studies, JLIS (圖書資訊學刊; ISSN: 1606-7509) has been evaluated as one of the Taiwan Social Sciences Citation Index (TSSCI) Tier 1 (top-ranked) journals.
  5. JLIS adopts the CC BY-NC-ND under Creative Commons Attributions 4.0 International as open access attribution.
  6. JLIS is honored to be ranked as a top-class journal (Class A) in the 2014 Journal Evaluation Program executed by the Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Ministry of Science & Technology.
  7. The entire content of JLIS from the year of 1967  has been uploaded to the NTU Institutional Repository system for public access and permanent preservation.
  8. Starting from volume 8, number 1 (2009: June), JLIS will offer an extended abstract in English for each article written in Chinese in order to enhance international scholarly communication and promote the exchange and sharing of research findings of Chinese LIS researchers. JLIS editors welcome submissions of original research papers of the LIS fields written in Chinese or English from all corners of the world.
  9. JLIS is now included in ProQuest/CSA's Library & Information Science Abstracts (LISA).
  10. JLIS is now included in Ebsco's Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA), a free-of-charge bibliographic database for library and information professionals. JLIS and Ebsco have also achieved an agreement that the entire JLIS content will be accessible via Ebsco fulltext databases.
  11. JLIS is now listed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). The journal staff are working very hard to upload the article-level metadata to DOAJ. Now all of the JLIS content is searchable in DOAJ upon completion.
  12. JLIS is now included in Google Scholar.

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