New Review of Information and Library Research
New Rev Inform Libr Res
Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group.
ISSN (printed): 1361-455X. ISSN (electronic): 1740-7850.
The New Review of Information and Library Research, published biannually, is designed specifically for information professionals around the world who need to know how contemporary information research is shaping present and future information and library services. The rapid growth of interest in information management and information technology, sometimes categorised as knowledge management, increases the necessity of staying abreast of current research and development in the information sector. The scope of The New Review of Information and Library Research is comprehensive: information and library systems and their users; information technology; man-machine interfaces; the architecture and environment of systems; information design; media and communication studies; freedom of information; copyright; socio-legal and political aspects of information; trans-national information flow; the economics of information and information services; artificial intelligence; knowledge-based systems; information management; classification and indexing; information retrieval; traditional and innovative service delivery; general theory; research methodology; statistical analysis and bibliometrics; the information workforce; human resources information systems; organizational and behavioural aspects of information systems; management information systems; the psychology of information; policy-making strategy and forecasting; the management of change; technological innovation studies; subject-based studies of information and communication; education and training; public relations; the marketing of systems and services and information and user education.
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