Aims and Scope

Subject Domain

The main topics covered in this journal are:

    - Information theory
    - Information and communication technology
    - Information retrieval
    - Information retrieval systems
    - Search engines
    - Search algorithms
    - Big data
    - Data mining
    - Cloud data standards
    - Data, information, and knowledge management
    - Information and knowledge organization
    - Classification
    - Abstracting and indexing
    - Information representation
    - Human-computer interaction
    - Human-information interaction
    - Information and knowledge architecture
    - Information seeking behavior
    - Philosophy of information
    - Digital libraries
    - University libraries
    - Specialized libraries
    - Academic libraries


This Journal aims to improve the scientific level of the country in the fields mentioned above by examining and publishing the scientific achievements of researchers. This journal tries to publish the latest results of expert researches in the mentioned fields to provide a clear and specific perspective for researchers to achieve new and accurate results in the country through conducting targeted researches

This Journal is pursuing the following objectives:

 • Creating an appropriate platform for publishing scientific theories, findings, and perspectives;
 • Expanding scientific communications among researchers and readers;
 • Increasing the visibility and accessibility of published articles at the national and international levels;
 • Promoting knowledge sharing among scholars in various fields of the country in the academic community.

The manuscripts in the fields of information theory, information and communication technology, information retrieval and the like are published in "Library and Information Science Research Letter"; as well as the manuscripts that are interdisciplinary and directly analyzeICT systems and information retrieval systemsif they have not been published in any national or international journals so far. The editorial boards prioritize the manuscripts that examine, survey and analyze the theoretical and philosophical aspects of the information science and knowledge topics.