LIS journal

What is LIS journal?

LIS journal meaning in Information Science terminology / glossary / dictionary is:

A professional journal devoted to the publication of articles about library and information science, librarianship, and related fields. Many LIS journals also publish reviews of new publications, including books of professional interest to librarians. For rankings of LIS journals by experts, see “The Perception of Library and Information Science Journals by LIS Education Deans and ARL Library Directors” by Thomas E. Nisonger and Charles H. Davis in the July 2005 issue of College & Research Libraries. The American Library Association (ALA) is a major publisher of LIS journals (click here to see the list). Click here to connect to the Libdex list of LIS journals, newsletters, and zines, or try the Yahoo! list of journal Web sites. See also: review publication.

 

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