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Article American Libraries and Linguistic Diversity. Policies, Controversies and Ideological Fences
LIBRI was established in 1950 and is a leading international scholarly journal which investigates the aspects of library and information studies from both a historical and present-day perspective and analyses the role of information and knowledge in cultural, organizational, national and international developments.
The journal reports on current trends in library and information studies worldwide and describes their resulting transformation from the introduction of new information and communication technologies, multidisciplinary approaches, changing practices, and evolving methods. Background information and the latest research findings in library and information studies are made accessible to academics, practitioners, and a broader public. Topics that are covered include, but are not limited to :
Libraries (national, public, academic, school, special, etc.) and other information environments
Information and knowledge management
Information for development (developing and industrialized countries)
Literacy (media, information, etc.)
Data analytics, big data and their impact on organisations (e.g., customer related data; social science perspective)
Digital libraries and repositories
Data management, data curation and virtual research environments (VREs)
Information ethics and information law
Freedom of access to information and freedom of expression