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"Information sciences"

infomokslai th"Information sciences" is a regional journal that covers topics on information and communication such as information and knowledge society, it's legislative, technological aspects, cultural and economical problems of informtion and knowledge society, information and knowledge management questions, theoretical and practical researches on organisational communication management, investigations of culture and media, world and intercultural communication, works on scientometrics.

Since 2007, the scientific journal "Information sciences" is abstracted and indexed in the LISA international database and included in the list of Lithuanian serials that meet the requirements for scientific publications (Lithuanian Science Council, 19 December 2005, decision No. VI-39).

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Knygotyra thThe oldest Lithuanian university - Vilnius University - for over four decades publishes a scholarly journal "Knygotyra". It has developed from the non-periodical collections of articles published by various libraries and research institutions and in the long run has consolidated the efforts and strengths of book and library historians, researchers of literacy and printed heritage as well as investigators of modern issues of librarianship and bibliography.

The first volume was published in 1961 under the title of "Bibliotekininkystės ir bibliografijos klausimai" (Issues of librarianship and bibliography) and has changed the title to "Knygotyra" in 1970. Today "Knygotyra" is a matured and recognised journal. It is edited by a collective of international editors that includes researchers from Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Poland, Russia and Lithuania. This group works to make "Knygotyra" into a journal with world-wide reputation. The most important task and responsibility falls on the shoulders of the editors from the Institute of Book Science and Documentation at the faculty of Communication. The journal has a multi-layered structure, which comprises book science theory and methodology in the widest sense together with book historiography and source research, book art and bibliograpy, old, modern and electronic book as an object of research, but also some interdisciplinary subjects.

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