The International Journal on Digital Libraries seeks high quality research papers that present original theoretical results, algorithms, or approaches, as well as empirical and experimental studies related to the following areas:
- Digital Library technology
- Semantic Web and Collective Memories
- Digital Library practice, Lending Libraries
- Museums, tangible and intangible objects
- Video and Audio Collections
- Digital Earth data and use, e.g. applications in forecasting
- Digital Sky data and use, e.g. co-lab issues
- Digital Humanities, data and use e.g. preservation for History research
- Cultural memory incl. personal collection
- Environmental data and use
- National Institution (Libraries, Archives) governed by Collection Laws
It is our policy to make concerted effort to keep the turnaround time to approximately three months. Papers accepted for publication are expected to be published within three months from submitting the final version of the paper. For more information, see this pdf.
The International Journal on Digital Libraries is a quarterly journal aimed at advancing the theory and practice of acquisition, definition, organization, management, and dissemination of digital information via global networking.
In particular, the journal will emphasize:
- technical issues in digital information production,
- management and use,
- issues in high-speed networks and connectivity, inter-operability, and
- seamless integration of information, people, profiles, tasks and needs, security and privacy of individuals and business transactions and effective business processes in the Information Age.