Call for Papers

Webology, an international online journal, is a scholarly journal in English devoted to the various fields of Library and Information Science and the World Wide Web. It serves as a forum for discussion and experimentation. Webology publishes scholarly articles, essays and reviews, and encourages the participation of academics and practitioners alike.

Webology will publish papers that focus on the following topics, but not limited to:

The World Wide Web

Electronic publishing; Evaluating Web resources; Folksonomies; Hyperlink; Hypermedia; Hypertext; Information discovery; Information extraction; Information management and organization; Information mining; Intellectual freedom on the Web; International issues of the Web; Internet; Invisible Web; Knowledge management and organization on the Web; Knowledge sharing on the Web; Link analysis; Metadata; Metatags, Mobile accessibility; Open access; Open data; Records center; Records management; Resource discovery; Science 2.0; Search behavior; Search engines and directories; Semantic Web; Social intelligence on the Web; Social interaction on the Web, Social network analysis; Social search; Social studies of the Web; User activity on the Web; Validity of information; Web 2.0; Web 3.0; Web access; Web accessibility; Web accessibility for mobile devices; Web and civil society; Web and globalization; Web and socio-political issues; Web banking; Web cataloging; Web censorship; Web communities; Web competitive intelligence; Web content accessibility and mobile Web; Web content; Web crawling; Web cultural heritage; Web democracy; Web directory; Web education; Web governance; Web impacts; Web indexing; Web information retrieval; Web intelligence; Web interaction, Web legal issues; Web literacy; Web mining; Web ontology; Web organization; Web participation; Web politics; Web privacy; Web psychology; Web scholarship; Web science; Web search trends; Web searching; Web security; Web services; Web site filtering; Web sociology; Web standards; Web structure; Web studies; Web technologies; Web thesaurus; Web tourism; Web trust; Web users and usage studies; Web users behavior; Web visibility, popularity and diversity; Web war; Webometrics; Webotherapy; Wiki; World Wide Web; The role of the Web in research, education, economy, development, customer services, marketing, productivity improvement, and etc.

Library and Information Science

Information retrieval systems; Indexing; Abstracting; Information and communication technology; Information Evaluation and measurement; Information representation, organization, and classification; Library classification theories; Data processing; Information systems design; Electronic document management; Digital libraries; Libraries and the Web; Information and communication theories; Information transferring; Information economics; Information society; Information policy; Information seeking behavior; Social and cultural impacts of information; Information marketing; Management information systems (MIS); Informetrics; Scientometrics; Bibliometrics; Citation analysis; ...

We welcome and encourage all contributions on these or other aspects of the World Wide Web.

For further information, please read the Author Guidelines, or contact one of our Editors.