Informing Science: The International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline (InformingSciJ)

Online ISSN: 1521-4672  •  Print ISSN: 1547-9684

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS AND REVIEWERS,
Special Series On Communication in Transdisciplinary Science: Challenges, Perspectives, and the Future
Email Abstracts to SpecialIssue@Inform.NU

Overview

Informing Science: The International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline (InformingSciJ) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarly articles that provide an understanding of the complexities in informing clientele. This includes (but not limited to) research in the fields of information systems, design science, library science, and journalism in all of its forms. The journal publishes conceptual, theoretical and empirical papers.

All manuscripts are submitted and reviewed electronically using our article submission management system. In order to do so, you need to sign up first. We provide our published authors with both a quality print publication and the widespread readership that comes from publishing all articles online within a few weeks of acceptance. This approach ensures that published works are read and cited by the widest possible audience.

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Recent Articles

Alperen M Aydin
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Editorial Board

Raafat George Saadé
rsaade@jmsb.concordia.ca
Editor in Chief

Grandon Gill
grandon@grandon.com
Associate Editor in Chief

The transdisciplinary character of InformSciJ requires that we be willing to publish a broad array of contributions. In many of our client fields, most published research contributions can be characterized as either theory-building or theory-testing. While submissions of this type are, of course, encouraged, we will also consider a broader range of contributions, including: • Synthesis: An existing body of theory and observations are organized into a more cohesive whole. A literatur ...

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