Digital Library of Information Science and Technology (DLIST) is a cross-institutional, subject-based, open access digital archive for the Information Sciences, including Archives and Records Management, Library and Information Science, Information Systems, Digital Curation, Museum Informatics, records management and other critical information infrastructures. The archive can be used for new materials as well as for classics such as the The Five Laws of Library Science 1931, Ranganathan, S. R. We also are particularly interested in multi-cultural and cultural competency aspects of the DLIST subject domain. Academics, researchers, and practitioners create a wealth of content that includes published papers, instructional materials, tutorials for software and databases, bibliographies, pathfinders, bibliometric datasets, dissertations and reports. DLIST aims to capture this wealth of information in a library that is openly available for re-use and global dissemination. Open deposit processes where authors retain copyright and facilities for full-text storage in a variety of formats are used.

DLIST is temporarily closed to new submissions.

The University of Arizona Libraries and the School of Information seek DLIST editors who will volunteer to provide appropriate curatorial oversight once open submissions are restored. If you are interested in becoming a DLIST editor, please send an email to si-info@email.arizona.edu and include DLIST Editor in the subject line.


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