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

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

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All articles of this open access journal are licensed to you under the Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0 license. Copyright to articles is retained by their respective authors. Immediately upon publication, articles can be accessed from anywhere in the world at no charge.

There is no fee to submit an article. There is no publication fee for ISI members. Upon acceptance of the paper, non-members may choose to become a member or to pay a one-time publication fee of USD 75.

The journal is published by the Informing Science Institute, a 501(c)3 charitable association under USA tax laws, registered in the State of California with office at 131 Brookhill Court, Santa Rosa, California, USA.

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Overview

Informing Science: The International Journal of an Emerging Transdiscipline (InformingSciJ) publishes scholarly articles that provide an understanding of the complexities in informing clientele. We seek submissions that provide light on ways to improve the process of inform. The ideal submission will provide fresh insights. The insights may in theory development and/or in application of informing to clients.  The journal's readership crosses many disciplines so all papers need to be understandable by non-specialists.  All submissions must relate to finding better ways to inform.

All manuscripts are submitted electronically, desk reviewed, and then double-blind peer reviewed

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Eli Cohen
InformingScience@Comcast.net
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The journal is transdisciplinary. The transdisciplinary character of InformSciJ enables us to provide you with a broad array of contributions from various disparate fields that elaborate on finding better ways to inform. Sadly, unless successful commercial business, academia still tends to prize research only if it stays within the artificial disciplinary boundries imposed by faculty structures. This view has been rejected by other organizations and businesses. This journal was created to provid ...

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