welcomes manuscripts from
researchers and writers in all disciplines. Each submission is
reviewed by three to seven peer reviewers with final decisions
reported to the
author, usually within three months.
If your paper is accepted for publication, you will be asked to
License to Publish
agreement along with a processing fee of $99.95 (add $99.95 for each
Why is this fee necessary?
click the link
General Guidelines and read the section
at the end of the page titled
Charge a Processing Fee.
Unlike some traditional and online journals, we
do not charge a submission fee for
reviewing a manuscript for publication consideration.
1. The article
must be your original
work and should not have been published
2. Your paper may follow
any style manual (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.).
3. The length of the article should not exceed 50 pages
including tables, graphs, diagrams, photographs and equations
4. Submit your material as email attachments. The email subject should be
Journal of Library, Information Science and Information Media.
Your email should contain two attachments.
Include a cover page as a separate
file attachment. To facilitate anonymous
reviews, indication of authorship should appear only on this file. This separate
contain the following information.
- Title of paper
- Names of authors
departments or disciplines of authors
- Institutional affiliations of
- Mailing addresses
- Telephone numbers
of the journal where the paper should be published if accepted. To
check the currently available journals go to
Desired field of reviewers. Since a journal may cover multiple
fields or disciplines, we need to ensure that your manuscript is
sent to reviewers in your specific field. Please specify your
desired field of reviewers.
your manuscript as a separate file attachment in the same email. At the beginning of
the article, state the title of the manuscript. Below the title,
state "Submitted to the Journal of ...(name of journal)." Then
include an abstract (no more than 100
words). At the end of the paper, include a reference section.
Please do not include an "acknowledgement section" in your
paper (you can do so later if your paper is accepted).
Your manuscript must be polished to high professional standards. Extremely poor quality work
with numerous grammatical errors will not be sent out for peer reviews.