Original articles within the
scope of the journal should be submitted to the journal
editor-in-chief, Octavia-Luciana Madge, as attachments to e-mails: firstname.lastname@example.org or
should be written in English. Potential authors may approach the editor
by e-mail at the address mentioned above for advice on the suitability
of a topic in advance of submission. Articles will be formatted with
single line spacing, Times New Roman, Justify, 12.
Abstract and Keywords
should be submitted with an abstract (about 100 words) in English, and
also with 4-5 keywords in English.
should also submit a presentation of their activities (a short
biographical note covering their interests, qualifications and
experience in the LIS field) and indicate any organisation affiliation
together with e-mail address.
must be written according to the ISO Standard 690 and numbered in the
order they are mentioned in the text using Arabic numerals enclosed in
brackets. All publications cited in the text must be presented in a
list of references at the end of the material in the order of
appearance in the text – not alphabetically. Examples:
(1) SURNAME, First name of the author.
Title of book.
Place of publication: Publisher, year.
(2) SURNAME, First name of the author.
Title of book chapter. SURNAME, First name of the editor. Title of book. Place of
publication: Publisher, year, pages.
(3) SURNAME, First name of the author.
Title of article. In: Title of
journal, year/volume, number, pages.
The same rules apply and at the end of the reference there should be mentioned [Online]. [Accessed Day Month Year]. Available at: the URL of the resource.
Copyright for all articles is held by the authors without restrictions.
The entire responsibility for the content of the articles lies with the authors.
article is accepted for publication on the understanding that it is an
original piece of work, which will not be published elsewhere.
Policy of screening for plagiarism
This journal discourages any attempt of plagiarism. For checking the articles submitted,
Studii de Biblioteconomie şi Ştiinţa Informării / Library and Information Science Research
uses a specialized software to detect plagiarism. When checking the text, we exclude the references, the title and the author names.