Aims and Scope

Asian Journal of Information Science and Technology (AJIST) is a leading half-yearly peer-reviewed journal devoted to the publication of original high-quality research papers, survey reports, reviews, short communications, and letters pertaining to library science, information science, and computer applications in these fields.

The scope of the journals is to publish original papers, review articles, technical reports, and short communications containing new insight into any aspect of Library Sciences. Topics include, but are not limited to Knowledge organization, Library studies,   Information architecture, Information behavior, Interactive information retrieval, Information systems, Scholarly communication, Digital literacy, Bibliometrics or scientometrics, Interaction design and user experience, Digital library, Archival science, Authority control, Bibliography, Digital Asset Management (DAM), Documentation science, Education for librarianship, Glossary of library and information science, I-school, Information history, Knowledge management, Library and Information scientist, Museology, Museum informatics, Records Management, Information seeking and Information retrieval, Library management and promotion, Knowledge management, Knowledge organization, Information literacy and learning, and so on.