Advanced Notes in Information Science

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 Advanced Notes in Information Science
Aims and scope

Advanced Notes in Information Science (ANIS) is a book series that publishes conference proceedings, monographs, and thematic volumes coming from the field of information sciences, computer sciences, and communication sciences. ANIS considers research works covering topics (but not limited to) such as information retrieval, information systems, information architecture, information behavior, digital libraries, information literacy, information management, data management, library studies, user experience design, knowledge management, sociology of information, science communication, mass communication, organizational communication, among others.

The series intends to serve as a common platform for students, researchers, and practitioners coming from the public or private sectors. Every chapter published in the book will go through the regular peer-review process and will be available in open access. 

Editorial guidelines

Guidelines for authors and editors can be found here.


Carlos Luis González-Valiente, EAI, Slovakia

Editorial Board

Rafael Capurro, Stuttgart Media University, Germany

Rosa Lidia Vega-Almeida, Biocubafarma, Cuba

Andrea Hrčková, Slovak Technical University, Slovakia

David Caldevilla Domínguez, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

Jesús Lau, Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico

Carlos Alberto Ávila Araújo, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brasil

Jela Steinerová, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia

Almudena Barrientos Báez, University of La Rioja, Spain

Article processing charge (APC)

There will not be fees or charges applied for article processing and/or publication in the series.

Open access policy

All chapters published in ANIS are open access, meaning they are freely available without any kind of subscription nor restriction.


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Copyright notice

Authors retain copyright over their chapters only, and grant the series right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons CC BY-NC 4.0 License that permits the sharing and adaptation of the material as long as appropriate credit be given, a link to the license be provided, and all changes are indicated. More information about this license can be found here. ColNes will retain copyright over the full books.


Online ISSN 2709-3212
Print ISSN 2709-7587