School of Information Studies
Al Imam University
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Dion Goh, (Associate Editor)
School of Communication and Information
Nanyang Technological University
The International Journal of Information Studies seeks the advancement of the knowledge in the expanding field of information studies. Our mission is to attract the highest quality theoretical and applied research in the field of information studies, including information science, management, retrieval, analysis, systems, theory, applications, and policy, as well as in the field of human-computer interaction.
The International Journal of Information Studies is a scholarly journal dedicated to reflect the interdisciplinary and dynamic field of information studies. Our aim is to promote the exchange of information and knowledge among researchers around the globe in general, and among Arabic-English speaking scientists, practitioners, and educators in particular.
The International Journal of Information Studies is a bilingual peer-reviewed publication. We welcome articles in both English and Arabic. Abstracts will be provided in both languages. We believe a commitment to top-quality research in both languages will increase and enrich the reach and impact of the journal.
Initially, the Journal is published quarterly, aiming to increase the number of issues as the availability of exceptional submissions increase. Special issues may be published in specific areas to increase access to timely information in specialized domains.
The International Journal of Information Studies welcomes sponsors.
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All articles are available freely to all users for non-commercial use under our open access policy. Use of articles published in this journal shall fall under the Creative Commons License. For re-publishing our materials )non-commercial( you must directly refer and cite Information Studies with the statement “first published in Information Studies”. The editor of Information Studies reserves some rights to publish the articles via a variety of mediums. Also, reserves the right to cooperate with third parties that seek to increase the availability and access to the journal’s contents.