Global Journal of Library and Information Science


The Role Of Libraries In Collecting, Documenting, Preserving And Promotingindegionious Knowledge

Research article of Global Journal of Library and Information Science The Role Of Libraries In Collecting, Documenting, Preserving And Promoting Indigenous Knowledge The article entitled "The Role Of Libraries In Collecting, Documenting, Preserving And Promoting Indigenous Knowledge" from Mahlet Teferawork has been retracted from Global Journal of Library and Information Science. Please do not use it for any purposes. Should you have any questions, please contact us at contact_us@escipub.com ...

Development of Emergency Archives Information Resources- Based on the Case of Sichuan Province

Research article of Global Journal of Library and Information Science Development of Emergency Archives Information Resources- Based on the Case of Sichuan Province Hu Xing1, Hu KangLin2 1Law School, Sichuan University, Chengdu 610207, China; 2School of Public Administration, Sichuan University, Chengdu 610064, China Archives information resources are the first-hand data and original records for recording and responding to emergencies. They play an important role in the emergency decision-making of emergencies. Strengthening the development of emergency archives information resources is an important way to improve emergency decision-making ability. The article takes the development of archives information resources for earthquake disasters in Sichuan Province as an example, conducts research on the development of archives information resources, and conducts case analysis to point out the current problems and optimization ideas. The research is supported by the National Social Science Foundation of China (NO. 14CTQ014). Keywords: Emergencies; Archives Information Resources; Sichuan Province ...

Libraries and Mobile Technologies: An Assessment of the Deployment of Mobile Technologies in Libraries

Research article of Global Journal of Library and Information Science Libraries and Mobile Technologies: An Assessment of the Deployment of Mobile Technologies in Libraries Hudron K. Kari Federal University Otuoke In this study, the researcher examined the views of library users and professional regarding the deployment of mobile technologies in libraries. The researcher tested five hypotheses to achieve the study objectives. The survey research design was used for the study. A total of 250 library users and 250 library professionals took part in the study. The questionnaire served as the instrument for data collection. Both descriptive and inferential statistics were used to analyse the results of the study. All the five assumptions were not supported (p>0.05). Therefore, the researchers conclude that both library users an professionals are aware of mobile technologies, ready to apply them in library services, and are influenced by perceived ease of use and perceived usefulness. The practical and theoretical implications of the results have been explored. Keywords: library, mobile technologies, professionals, users ...

Promoting Library Services in the Social Media Era: Exploring Use, Objectives, Challenges and Perceived Influence

Research article of Global Journal of Library and Information Science Promoting Library Services in the Social Media Era: Exploring Use, Objectives, Challenges and Perceived Influence Hudron K. Kari and Gboyega K. Oyeniran Federal University Otuoke This study examined the use of mediated platforms for creating awareness regarding the services in libraries in Nigeria. The study was guided by five objectives. Descriptive survey was used as the design of the study. Both librarians (n=300) and library users (n=300) were sampled for the study. The questionnaire served as the instrument for data collection. Descriptive analysis like simple percentages, mean and standard deviation were used for the study. It was found that there is low extent of application of social media for the purposes of increasing public awareness of services in libraries. Also, seven objectives of applying social media to enhance awareness of services in libraries were found. Seven strategies for using social media to promote library services were also reported. Six obstacles to the use of social media to promote library services were also reported. The perceived influence of exposure to social media messages promoting library services were also reported. The implications of these results on library practice and scholarship have been explored. Based on the results of the study, the researchers recommends, among others, the utilization of social media to promote library services. Keywords: library services, professional, promotion, social media, users ...

Manuscript Title: The title should be a brief phrase.

Author Information: List full names and affiliation of all authors, including Emails and phone numbers of corresponding author.

Abstract: The abstract should be less than 500 words. Following abstract, a list of keywords and abbreviations should be added. The keywords should be no more than 10. Abbreviation are only used for non standard and long terms.

Introduction: The introduction should included a clear statement of current problems.

Materials and Methods: This section should be clearly described.

Results and discussion: Authors may put results and discussion into a single section or show them separately.

Acknowledgement: This section includes a brief acknowledgment of people, grant details, funds

References: References should be listed in a numbered citation order at the end of the manuscript. DOIs and links to referenced articles should be added if available. Abstracts and talks for conferences or papers not yet accepted should not be cited. Examples Published Papers: 

1. Hongmei YANG. A study on the Management Mode of Modern Vocational Education in China. Global journal of Economics and Business Administration, 2018, 3: 10.DOI: 10.28933/gjeba-2018-07-2301 

Tables and figures: Tables should be used at a minimum with a short descriptive title. The preferred file formats for Figures/Graphics are GIF, TIFF, JPEG or PowerPoint.

Publication fees: We do not charge any submission charges, but authors are required to pay publication fees after their manuscripts are accepted for publication. For authors who receive our invitations, please send us the invitation code to receive the special discount.

Proofreading and Publication: A proof will be sent to the corresponding author before publication. Authors should carefully read the proof to avoid any errors and return the proof to the editorial office. Editorial office will publish the article shortly.

Withdrawal Policy: When you want to withdraw an article, please contact us. We will withdraw/retract it from our system after reviewing your request.

Terms of Use/Privacy Policy/Disclaimer/Other Policies: you agree that by using or receiving our services, you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by all of our terms of use/privacy policy/ disclaimer/ other policies.

About the journal
The journal is hosted by eSciPub LLC. Our aim is to provide a platform that encourages publication of the most recent research and reviews for authors from all countries.


About the publisher
eSciPub LLC is a publisher to support Open Access initiative located in Houston, Texas, USA. It is a member of the largest community of professional publishers in the United States: the Independent Book Publishers Association. It hosts more than 100 Open Access journals in Medicine, Business & Economics, Agriculture, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Education, Physical Sciences, Sociology, and Engineering and Technology.


Rapid Response Team
Please feel free to contact our rapid response team if you have any questions. Our customer representative will answer your questions shortly.

Global Journal of Library and Information Science

Loading