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eJournals collection


Closely aligned to the continuously evolving Library Science field, this interdisciplinary and outward-looking collection features research that intersects with information systems, information science and education.

Committed to the industry it serves, 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. 94% of titles are ranked by Scopus and six titles are accepted in the JCR® including Journal of Documentation, which is one the longest-established journals in library and information science, with content dating back to the 1940s.

Coverage of emerging topics

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

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