The Journal of InfoLib and Archives (JILA) is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that published semi-annually in June and December. The articles are welcomed mainly on topics related to library and information science, publishing, archival studies, e-learning, digital library, digital humanities, digital reading, data mining, information retrieval, information visualization, information security, human machine interaction, information science, human information interaction, etc. Papers in related fields written in English or Chinese are cordially solicited.
All articles (including the invited papers) must be original works, not exceed 8,000 words in length, and follow APA or Chicago reference style.
JILA accepts electronic submission through the online submission system (https://www.ipress.tw/J0163), or email to editor as an attachments in one of the following preferred formats: Word or Rich-Text-Format.
All manuscripts should provide following information in both English and Chinese: title, abstract of 300 words in length with 5 to 7 keywords, the author’s name and position, and email.
The article, or any part thereof, is in no way a violation of any existing original or derivative copyright.
The Editors of the JILA reserve the right to make editorial changes to manuscripts accepted for publication for the sake of style or clarity. Authors will be consulted only if the changes are substantive.
Authors of accepted manuscripts will be assigned to the JILA the permanent right to publish and distribute the manuscript as an electronic journal article, but will retain copyright.
Authors receive three complimentary copies of the said issue of the Journal.