Information Systems Journals

Titles starting with "L"

Journals are listed alphabetically by title, disregarding 'The', 'Journal of', 'The Journal of', 'The International Journal of' or 'The Electronic Journal of'.


L (LOM) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-08-24]
|Articles available |Not DEST Approved |Not on Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[e-journal] [instructions]
Inactive since 2011


Journal sur l'enseignement des sciences et technologies de l'information et des systèmes (J3eA) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-17]
|Articles available |Not DEST Approved |Not on Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[e-journal] [instructions]
J3eA presents educational research in the field of post-graduate science and information technologies and systems. Papers focus on the fields of electronics, electrical engineering, automation, signal processing and image, the computer industry, telecommunications ... but also in related disciplines such as mechanics, optics, heat, computer ... etc. Content in French.


International Journal of Law and Information Technology (IJLIT) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-19]
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]
Featuring up-to-date coverage of computer law as well as the application of computer technology to legal practice, this journal is designed to be of use to both lawyers and computer specialists. The journal aims to publish articles on the application of computer technology to the law (including, for example, document drafting, litigation support, expert systems, communications, case-flow management) and on computer law (covering, for instance, intellectual property rights, computer misuse, computer contracts, liability for defective systems and the legal implications of emerging new technologies, such as telebanking, electronic data interchange, smartcards and so forth). Contributions that bring together both these fields will be particularly welcome.


Journal of Law, Information and Science (JLIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-08-03]
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]
Originally published in 1981 under the title Journal of Law and Information Science. JLIS was one of the first journals to provide a forum for the consideration of problems generated in the legal sphere by computers and information systems. In 2005 the title of the Journal was modified to its current form to reflect the maturity of information technology and its increasing integration into and overlap with the sciences. The expanded remit also reflected the originating founder's intent that the journal be dedicated to the discussion of legal issues relating to emerging science and technology (as Information Science once was).


Journal of Learning Analytics (JLA) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-04]
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[e-journal] [instructions]
Journal of Learning Analytics welcomes papers that either describe original research or offer a review of the state of the art in a particular area of learning analytics. Journal of Learning Analytics welcomes only papers which are neither formally published, nor under review elsewhere. Submissions that extend previously published conference papers are welcome provided that the journal submission has sufficiently been extended (at least 25-30% of new contribution). Submissions that are extensions of previously published conference papers must be accompanied by a cover letter outlining the new contributions. All papers need to have a through coverage of the related literature, a detailed description of research objectives, research method followed, and results accompanied with the discussions on how the obtained results advance the body of knowledge of learning analytics.


The Learning Organization (LO) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-05]
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |On ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]
The Learning Organization aims to bring ideas, debate issues and case studies to practitioners, consultants, researchers and students worldwide by publishing papers which have been accepted after blind review by two reviewers. The editor may, in some circumstances, review papers by electronic means. Company culture is changing. Technology, the demands of an increasingly sophisticated workforce, independent thinking, global awareness and competition, out-working? all these factors point to sea-changes in business practice, which astute companies have already recognized and are working to accommodate. Much is talked about the theory of the learning organization - this journal shows how it works in practice, and the rich rewards that await the companies brave enough to adopt its strategies.


Learning Technology (LT) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-03-25]
|Articles available |Not DEST Approved |Not on Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[e-journal] [instructions]
Not found March 2013

Learning Technology aims to report the activities of Learning Technology Task Force including various announcements, work in progress, projects, participation opportunities, additions/modifications to the website and so on. In short, it would serve as a channel to keep everyone aware of Task Force's activities. The quarterly publication is disseminated in two ways: content list by email and in HTML and PDF form on its website.


Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-11]
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]
The series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), including its subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics (LNBI), has established itself as a medium for the publication of new developments in computer science and information technology research and teaching - quickly, informally, and at a high level. The cornerstone of LNCS's editorial policy is its unwavering commitment to report the latest results from all areas of computer science and information technology research, development, and education. LNCS has always enjoyed close cooperation with the computer science R & D community, with numerous renowned academics, and with prestigious institutes and learned societies. Our mission is to serve this community by providing a most valuable publication service.


Journal of Librarianship and Information Science (JLIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-03]
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |On ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]
Journal of Librarianship and Information Science is the peer-reviewed international quarterly journal for librarians, information scientists, specialists, managers and educators interested in keeping up to date with the most recent issues and developments in the field. In a profession facing many challenges and a constantly evolving environment, the Journal of Librarianship and Information Science publishes papers from practising librarians, information workers and academics which reflect all aspects of librarianship and information science focusing on the results of research, reports of significant developments in working practice and discussions of concerns central to the information profession.


Library and Information Research (LIR) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-15]
|Articles available |Not DEST Approved |Not on Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[e-journal] [instructions]
LIR has the following objectives:

  • To publish research in such a way that it is accessible to, and usable by, the LIS community;
  • To encourage reporting of research (including informal or in-house research) by practitioners;
  • To encourage reflective and evidence-based practice;
  • To publish papers resulting from LIRG annual awards and prizes;
  • To promote the use and understanding of quality research methods;
  • To raise awareness of new tools, books and funding opportunities for research;
  • To provide an overview of research activity and developments in the UK and Ireland;
  • To comment, and provide a forum for comment, on the state of LIS research.

LIR?s strap line is Research Into Practice in Information and Library Services (RIPILS). Any contributions falling within this remit and meeting one or more of the objectives specified above are welcome.


Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal (LISREL) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-08-03]
|Articles available |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |On ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[e-journal] [instructions]
LIBRES is an international refereed e-journal devoted to research and scholarly articles in Library and Information Science/Service (LIS). It has a particular focus on research in emerging areas of LIS, synthesis of LIS research areas, and on novel perspectives and conceptions that advance theory and practice. LIBRES is published twice a year in June and in December. LIBRES publishes the following types of papers:
  • research paper reporting a completed study that advances the field or profession
  • synthesis paper that surveys an area of LIS to synthesize a new or better understanding
  • opinion/perspectives paper that explores a new conception of an aspect of LIS in a scholarly way
All papers are blind reviewed by at least 2 referees.


Journal of Library Metadata (JLM) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-11]
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]

The Journal of Library Metadata--retitled from the Journal of Internet Cataloging to reflect a wider focus--is the exclusive forum for the latest research, innovations, news, and expert views about all aspects of metadata applications in libraries and about the role of metadata in information retrieval. This focused journal comprehensively discusses practical, applicable information that libraries can effectively use in their own information discovery environments. Specialized knowledge, the latest technology, and top research are presented pertaining specifically to evolving metadata use in libraries. Topics for articles covered by the Journal of Library Metadata include:

  • application profiles
  • best practices
  • controlled vocabularies
  • crosswalking of metadata and interoperability
  • digital libraries and metadata
  • display of search results
  • federated repositories
  • federated searching
  • folksonomies
  • individual metadata schemes
  • institutional repository metadata
  • metadata content standards
  • metadata harvesting
  • ontologies
  • preservation metadata
  • resource description framework
  • resource discovery and metadata
  • search engines and metadata
  • SKOS
  • stochastic vs. deterministic searching
  • tagging and tag clouds
  • topic maps
  • visual image and moving image metadata


Library Review (LR) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-22]
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs | ACPHIS Rank 'B' |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]
Library Review aims to provide an international communication link between researchers, educators and library professionals in academic, public, company and other libraries by publishing papers, all of which are subject to blind peer review by at least two referees following initial review by the Editor.
  • Developing information services
  • Hybrid and digital libraries
  • Information literacy and e-learning
  • Metadata and distributed searching
  • Library collaboration and resource sharing
  • Museums, archives, manuscripts and library history
  • Libraries, information and society
  • Training and professional development
  • Academic and public libraries
  • Digital heritage, special libraries and collections
  • Information strategy and knowledge management
  • National and international policy


Literary and Linguistic Computing (LLC) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-05]
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]
Literary and Linguistic Computing is an international journal which publishes material on all aspects of computing and information technology applied to literature and language research and teaching. Papers include results of research projects, description and evaluation of techniques and methodologies, and reports on work in progress.


Logistics Information Management (LIM) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[paper/ejournal]
Relaunched in 2004 as the Journal of Enterprise Information Management.


Logistics Journal: Referierte Veroeffentlichungen (LJ) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-08]
|Articles available |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs |Not ranked by ACPHIS |[e-journal] [instructions]
The Logistics Journal is an international e-journal for technical logistics (intra-logistics). Articles are published in the following categories:

  • Construction and mechanical design
  • Control technology and IT-systems
  • Organisation, operation and quality assurance
  • Planning of logistic systems

The new term "Intra-logistics" describes the organisation, realisation and optimization of internal material flow and logistic technologies as well as the goods transshipment in industry, trade and in public institutions by means of technical components, partial and full systems and services. Intra-logistics is the term of a trendsetting industry which in Germany alone comprises thousands of companies, from manufacturers of lifting devices and cranes, fork lift trucks and warehouse technology up to software developers and providers of complete systems.


This publication is edited by John Lamp who can be reached at John.Lamp@deakin.edu.au. This page was last updated on 9 August 2013. Individual entries were updated on the date shown against the entry. Although I will attempt to keep this information accurate, I can not guarantee the accuracy of the information provided. Copyright and Privacy information

This product includes GeoLite data created by MaxMind, available from http://www.maxmind.com.