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Informology is an international peer-reviewed journal in English devoted to the field of Information Science and serves as a forum for discussion and experimentation. It serves as a forum for new research in information dissemination and communication processes in general, and in the context of the informology in particular. Concerns include the production, gathering, recording, processing, storing, archiving, representing, sharing, transmitting, retrieving, distribution, and dissemination of information, as well as its social, cultural, political and economic impacts. There is a strong emphasis on information and new information and communication technologies. Special topic issues are also often seen.

Informology, an international online journal, is a scholarly journal in English devoted to the various fields of Library and Information Science and the World Wide Web. It serves as a forum for discussion and experimentation. Informology publishes scholarly articles, essays and reviews, and encourages the participation of academics and practitioners alike. Informology will publish papers that focus on the following topics, but not limited to:

Informology (Information Science)

Information access; Information accuracy; Information ambiguity; Information and communication technologies (ICT); Information and communication theories; Information and data literacy; Information and media; Information authenticity; Information availability; Information channels (formal or informal); Information classification; Information completeness; Information complexity; Information conflict; Information consistency; Information content; Information context; Information creation; Information degradation; Information delay; Information diet; Information discovery; Information dissemination; Information economics; Information evaluation and measurement; Information extraction; Information familiarity; Information fluency; Information foraging; Information formats; Information formatting; Information gathering; Information goods; Information management; Information marketing; Information mining; Information novelty; Information or resource discovery; Information organization; Information policy; Information pollution (disinformation and misinformation); Information precision; Information processing; Information representation and retrieval; Information retrieval systems; Information scent; Information searching, Information seeking behavior; Information services; Information society; Information systems design; Information systems; Information theories; Information transfer; Information usage; Information users; Information value; Informativeness; Knowledge management; Knowledge organization (Metadata, Classification, Cataloging, Indexing and Abstracting); Mass media communications industry (print media, publishing, the news media, photography, cinema, broadcasting, digital media, and advertising); Media and information Literacy; Media anthropology; Media literacy; Media studies; Multimedia library (Mediatheque); Negative Information; Quality of information; Relevance of information; Reliability of information, Repetition of information, Socio-economic, cultural and political impacts of information; Timeliness of information; Transparency of information; Types of information; Uncertainty of information; Validity of information.


Altmetrics; Bibliometrics; Citation analysis; Citation indexes; Informetrics (i-Metrics); Link analysis; Patentometrics; Scholarly communication; Science policy; Science, Technology and Innovation (STI); Scientometrics; Webometrics.

The World Wide Web

Brain-computer interface (BCI); Human-computer interaction (HCI); Electronic publishing; Evaluating web resources; Folksonomies (tagging); Hyperlink analysis; Hypertext and Hypermedia; Intellectual freedom on the Web; International issues of the Web; Internet; Invisible Web; Knowledge management and organization on the Web; Knowledge sharing on the Web; Linked data; Metadata; Mobile accessibility; Natural language processing (NLP); Open access; Open data; Open science; Personalization; Recommender systems; Records center; Records management; Resource discovery; Science 2.0; Search behavior; Search behavior; Search engines and directories; Semantic network (words, hashtags, emoji); Semantic Web; Social information; Social intelligence on the Web; Social interaction on the Web, Social network analysis; Social search; Social studies of the Web; User activity on the Web; User modeling; User studies; Web 2.0; Web 3.0; Web access; Web accessibility; Web and civil society; Web and globalization; Web and globalization; Web and socio-political issues; Web censorship; Web communities; Web competitive intelligence; Web content; Web crawling and indexing; Web cultural heritage; Web democracy; Web education; Web filtering; Web governance; Web impacts; Web information retrieval; Web intelligence; Web interaction, Web legal issues; Web literacy; Web mining; Web ontology; Web organization; Web participation; Web politics; Web privacy; Web psychology; Web resources; Web scholarship; Web science; Web search trends; Web searching; Web security; Web services; Web sociology; Web standards; Web structure; Web studies; Web technologies; Web thesaurus; Web tourism; Web trust; Web users and usage studies; Web users behavior; Web visibility, popularity and diversity; Web war; Webometrics; Webotherapy; Wiki.

We welcome and encourage all contributions on these or other aspects of the information.

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