Call for Papers

LIS accepts both full papers and abstracts. We accept only manuscripts written in English. Manuscripts written in any language other than English will not be considered. And submit your manuscript in Microsoft Word format.

All submissions to the conference will be reviewed by two peers for technical merit and content. Manuscripts should conform to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA Style). Please include contributor’s name, affiliation, mailing address, and email address. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Information Science

Big Data
Communication Strategies
Data Analysis and Data Mining
Development of Information and Knowledge Services
Digital Humanities
Information and Knowledge Services
Information Behavior
Information Literacy
Information Visualization
Linked Data
Open Access
Open Data
Other Issues Related Information/Data Science
Technology Impact on Learning, Research and Users


Automatic Library
Bibliographic Control
Bibliometric Research
Case Studies Related to Librarianship
Copyright Status and Licenses
Cultural Property Rights
Development and Assessment of Digital Repositories
Digital Archives/ Preservation
Digital Libraries
Future Libraries
Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums
Gray Literature
Identifier Services
Indigenous Librarianship
Knowledge Management

Libraries as Learning Organizations
Library Buildings and Equipment
Library Cooperation
Library Services to Multicultural Populations
MOOCs and LIS Education
Museums, Libraries and Cultural Organizations
Outreach Services
Repository Infrastructure and Management
Research Services
Reuse and Analysis of Content
School Libraries
Special Interest Group
Special Library
Technology and Innovations in Libraries
Other Emerging Issues Related to Libraries