Program: electronic library and information systems/ Big data: scale and analytics


Program: electronic library and information systems covers new digital innovations and linked web data. Set up 40 years ago, Program is a leading double-blind peer reviewed journal – impact factor 0.651
Program covers any topic related to Web Science, data analytics and digital information management including:
·         Studies on information creation or use of Web information including collaboration (e.g. Wikis) social media or other.
·         Sharing of data using the Web of Data/Linked Data approach.
·         E-science and data science.
·         Semantic Web and intelligent techniques exploiting digital information on the Web.
·         Dealing with large volumes of data with novel processing techniques.
·         Studies on the structure of social networks and social platforms.
·         Information behaviour of users in the Web, including social platforms, games and any other kind of interaction place.
·         Empirical analysis of on-line communities.
·         Classification and recommendation approaches for digital information of any kind.
·         Analytics and business analytics.
Program covers Computing and Information Science, but now also the Social Sciences in general and any other discipline that is concerned with digital data. For more information visit the journal homepage here.

Editorial team

Dr Miguel-Angel Sicilia
Professor, Computer Science Department, University of Alcalá, Spain

Editorial Assistant
Ms Effie Tsiflidou
Librarian Expert, Agro-Know Technologies, Greece

Area Editor – Open and social data: data sharing
Dr Emmanouel Garoufallou
Alexander Technological Educational Inst of Thessaloniki, Greece

Area Editor – Big data: scale and analytics
Professor Roberto V. Zicari
Institute of Computer Science, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

Area Editor – Semantic data: computational semantics and interoperability
Professor Ricardo Colomo Palacios
Østfold University College, Norway

Book Review Editor
Mr John Eyre
Formerly Principal Lecturer, School of Information and Communication Studies, University of North London, UK

Eileen Breen

Content Editor
Adrian Paylor

Editorial Advisory Board
Dr Ian G Anderson
Lecturer in New Technologies for Humanities, Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute, University of Glasgow, UK

Andrew Cox
Lecturer, Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield, UK

Mr Jonathan James Eaton
Senior Content & Systems Manager, London Business School Library, UK

Dr Trishanjit Kaur
Professor, Dept. of Library and Information Science, Punjabi University, India

Johannes Keizer
Food and Agriculture Organization, Italy

Dr Fotis Lazarinis
Visiting Lecturer, Department of Cultural Heritage Management and New Technologies, University of Ioannina, Greece

Professor S Michael Malinconico
Professor Emeritus, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alabama, USA

Ms Patricia Moore
Librarian, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, UK

Mr Martin Myhill
Deputy University Librarian, University of Exeter, UK

Mr Johnson Paul
Deputy Director, Information Services, National Library Board, and Chief Networking Officer, CONSAL, Singapore

Dr Jane Secker
Learning Technology Librarian, Centre for Learning Technology, London School of Economics, UK

Mr Robin Yeates
E-Library Systems Officer, London Borough of Barnet Libraries, UK

Maja Zumer
Professor, Department of Library and Information Science and Book Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

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