ADDITIONAL MENU Focus and Scope Editorial Team Reviewers Peer Review Process Open Access Policy Publication Ethics Author Guidelines Plagiarism Policy Copyright Notice Author Fees Indexing Author Index Title Index Visitors
About the Journal
|Journal Title||Librarium: Library and information science journal|
|Abbreviation||Librarium J. Lib. Inf. Sci.|
|Publishing Frequency||2 issues per year (March and September)|
|Citation Analysis||on process|
|Publisher||Nur Science Institute, Indonesia|
Librarium: Library and information science journal contains articles written from research and study reports on Library and Information Science. Librarium: Library and information science journal is published twice annually (March and September) by the journal editors from the Nur Science Institute.
Every received article will be reviewed by the journal editors and external editors and reviewers who are competent in each related field. The review uses double-blind peer review before the journal is published. The study area of this journal are librarianship, information and archives, including:
- Library Management. The control and supervision of a library or library system, including planning, budgeting, policymaking, personnel management, public relations, and program assessment, with responsibility for results.
- Digital Library and Repositories. A library in which a significant proportion of the resources are available in machine-readable format, accessible by means of computers. The physical space (building, room, area) reserved for the permanent or intermediate storage of archival materials. To preserve and protect archival collections, modern repositories are equipped to meet current standards of environmental control and security.
- Organization of Information. Information organization establishes the conceptual framework for organizing and retrieving information, including the study of systems and their purposes and structures, formats, standards, and vocabularies.
- Information Services. Generally information services can be divided into two categories: library public user services and library technical user services. Library public user services refer to circulation, bibliographic instructions, distance learning, government documentation, reference and special collection. Library information user services focuses on procedures and operations of maintaining, developing and supporting library collection and services behind the scene such as acquisition, cataloguing, classification, inter library loan, document delivery and serial systems.
- Knowledge Management. Process of creating (generating, capturing), storing (preserving, organizing, integrating), sharing (communicating), applying (implementing), and reusing (transforming) organisational knowledge to enable an organisation 5 to achieve its goals and objectives.
- Media and Information Literacy. constitutes a composite set of knowledge, skills, attitudes, competencies and practices that allow effectively access, analyze, critically evaluate, interpret, use, create and disseminate information and media products with the use of existing means and tools on a creative, legal and ethical basis
- Information and Media Preservation. Prolonging the existence of library and archival materials by maintaining them in a condition suitable for use, either in their original format or in a form more durable, through retention under proper environmental conditions or actions taken after a book or collection has been damaged to prevent further deterioration.
- Infometrics. The use of mathematical and statistical methods in research related to libraries, documentation, and information.
- Information Policy. A governing principle, plan, or course of action concerning information resources and technology adopted by a company, organization, institution, or government
- Documentation System. The process of systematically collecting, organizing, storing, retrieving, and disseminating specialized documents, especially of a scientific, technical, or legal nature, usually to facilitate research or preserve institutional memory.
- Archive Management. refers to the office or organization responsible for appraising, selecting, preserving, and providing access to archival materials.
- Information Technology in Information Institute. Information and communication technologies (ICT) facilitate the process of identification, collection, storing, processing and disseminating of information in libraries/information centers/information institute.
All manuscripts submitted to the journal are recommended to be written in good English or Bahasa Indonesia. Authors for whom English is not their native language are encouraged to have their papers checked before submission for grammar and clarity. The work should not have been published or submitted for publication elsewhere. The official language of the manuscript is to be published in the Librarium: Library and Information Science Journal in English and Bahasa Indonesia.