ARIST Call for Submissions, May 2023
The Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) publishes comprehensive and systematic reviews on topics relevant to information science, computing science, and technology, broadly defined. An ideal ARIST manuscript presents both an historic overview and a discussion of contemporary trends related to the topic being investigated.
ARIST welcomes Expressions of Interest for authors to prepare manuscripts of two types:
- Updated reviews on topics published previously by ARIST (1966-2011) where recent research demonstrates ongoing or renewed relevance for ARIST's readership; and,
- New and emerging research topics of potential interest to ARIST's readership, such as:
- The rise of "big data" and machine learning
- Social media platforms and social change (e.g., #metoo; #blacklivesmatter)
- Misinformation and disinformation
- Implications of COVID-19 on health information seeking
- Youth engagement with social media platforms (e.g., Tik Tok)
Authors should consider how their review of others' published works advances our empirical, contextual, conceptual, cultural, computational, sociological, political, and ontological understandings of information and technology. Submissions should cover the core, relevant research on the topic from within the central discipline of study and (where appropriate) across disciplines.
For a discussion of topics, watch the online ARIST Paper Writing Workshop with ARIST Editor-in-Chief Dr. Lisa Given, and Editorial Board members Dr. Bhuva Narayan and Dr. John Budd.
Submitting your Expression of Interest
Authors should review the Author Guidelines. ARIST encourages co-authorship, including teams of senior and early-career scholars, with authors from diverse backgrounds.
Manuscript submission to ARIST involves a two-step process:
- Author(s) must submit an initial Expression of Interest via the ScholarOne portal.
- Authors of approved Expression of Interest proposals will be invited to write a full manuscript of 10,000-15,000 words to submit for peer review.
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Annual Review of Information Science and Technology
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