[mla-nynj] Fwd: Call for Papers (Special Issue on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Science, and libraries)

Michael Huang michael.b.huang at stonybrook.edu
Fri Dec 20 14:22:50 UTC 2019

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From: Michael Huang <michael.b.huang at stonybrook.edu>
Date: Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 9:20 AM
Subject: Call for Papers (Special Issue on Artificial Intelligence, Machine
Learning, Data Science, and libraries)
To: <sunyla-l at ls.suny.edu>

*The International Journal of Librarianship (IJoL)* is a double-blind
peer-reviewed academic journal focusing on sharing and spreading new ideas
and developments in the field of library and information science around the
world. Published biannually, IJoL is open access and indexed and full text
available in both EBSCO and ProQuest databases, and listed in many online
directories such as Library of Congress, Directory of Open Access Journal
(DOAJ), etc., and permanently preserved by LOCKSS/PKP PLN system.

IJoL has in the past published several special issues on topics that focus
on emerging and cutting-edge technology and practice in library field such
as research data management and linked data technology, and they enjoyed a
good reading and very positive feedback from interested librarians,
information professionals, and academia around the world.

Now IJoL calls for original research papers, field reports, case studies,
or any other kind of papers that relate to the theory and practice of
artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and data science (DS)
in the field of library and information science. The topics include but are
not limited to:

·         General theory, new development, and trends in AI, ML, and DS

·         Applications and implications of AI, ML, and DS in the library

·         Practice, use case, and case study of AI, ML, and DS in library

·         Data analytics, data mining, and text mining

·         Statistical analysis and application, impact and assessment

·         Digital Humanities, GIS, and GLAM (Galleries, Libraries,
Achieves, Museum)

·         Collaboration between academic library and university faculty and

·         Impact of artificial intelligence on the services and collections
of libraries around the world

·         Artificial intelligence and the future of the library

This special issue is expected to be published in July 2020. Deadline for
paper submission is March 31, 2020.

For detailed submission information please visit:

Please send any questions or inquiry to Yongming Wang at:  wangyo at tcnj.edu ,
 or to Grace Liu (Editor-in-Chief) at:  gliu at uwindsor.ca

Michael Bailou Huang, Editor

On behalf of the Editorial Board

*International Journal of Librarianship *(https://journal.calaijol.org)

Michael Bailou Huang, MLS, MEd, MS, LAc
Distinguished Librarian Professor
Director, Global Library Initiatives
Stony Brook University
Health Sciences Library
Health Sciences Tower, Level 3, Rm 136
Stony Brook, NY 11794-8034
Phone: 631.444.3794
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