Call for papers to Nordic Journal of Library and Information Studies vol. 5, no. 1


Nordic Journal of Library and Information Studies, NJLIS, is a scholarly peer reviewed open access journal, covering scientific issues and current trends in Library and Information Studies. Nordic Journal of Library and Information Studies publishes Nordic and international peer reviewed LIS articles and reviews of significant LIS literature. The editorial committee consists of representatives from LIS departments in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. The role of editor rotates annually between the members of the editorial committee. The journal is published by University of Copenhagen’s online platform

The journal publishes articles continuously as they are accepted.

This is an open call for submissions of articles to be included in the first number of the 2024 volume 5.

Deadline for full papers: July 31, 2024.

Contact: Jenny Lindberg (editor), University of Borås,

The journal is published with support from Lund University, Linnaeus University, University of Borås, Södertörn University, Oslo Metropolitan University, UiT The Arctic University of Tromsø, University of Copenhagen, Umeå University, Uppsala University, University of Iceland, Tampere University, and Åbo Akademi University.

General guidelines

Articles submitted to NJLIS should not be submitted to or published in other journals.


Manuscripts should be submitted via the website


The maximum length for articles is 8 000 words.


Texts in Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, or English are accepted.


Nordic Journal of Library and Information Studies adheres to the latest version of the APA (American Psychological Association) reference style.

Peer Review Process

Submitted articles are subject to double-blind peer-review. The editor decides on publishing after the review process. Papers may be rejected directly by the editor if judged to be out of scope, deemed as sub-standard or not adhering to the author guidelines.

Open Access Policy

The journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.