Information For Authors

“Informacijos mokslai” is a regional journal that covers topics on information and communication such as information and knowledge society, its legislative, techno-logical aspects, cultural and economical problems of information and knowledge society, information and knowledge management questions, theoretical and practical researches on organizational communication management, investigations of culture and media, world and intercultural communication, works on scientometrics.

  Only original scholar articles and surveys discussing all kinds of problems of communication and information, book reviews and academic chronicles are accepted.

   The paper must contain all the necessary parts of a scientific paper – aims, objective, methods, results, conclusions, and the list of references. The paper should be signed by the author (or authors) with indication of address of residence.

   The publishing languages are Lithuanian and English.

 

Papers should be arranged as follows:

1) title,

2) author’s name and surname, academic affiliation, office or private postal ad-dress, telephone and fax, e-mail ad-dress,

3) abstract (600–800 typographical units in Lithuanian or English, depending on the language of the submission),

4) keywords (up to five),

5) text (recommended scope of the article from 35 000 to 60 000 characters).

6) reference list (alphabetically ordered sources in Latin alphabet should be placed before references in Cyrillic, notes must be placed as footnotes),

7) summary in English (for submissions in Lithuanian) or in Lithuanian (for submissions in English) of no less than 600–800 typographical units.

 

    References in “Informacijos mokslai” should meet the requirements of the international standard ISO 690:1987 (E). Documents. Bibliographic references. Contents, format, and structure and the Lithuanian standard LST ISO 690-2:1999. Only mandatory data elements are recommended to use in the references. References in the text should indicate the author and the year of publishing, for example: (Surname, 2007).

Please use the following style for references:

A book:

WEILL, Peter; ROSS, Jeanne (2004). IT governance: how top performers man-age IT decision rights for superior results. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. 288 p. ISBN 1591392535

Article in a journal:

TINSLEY, Catherine; O’CONNOR, Kathleen; SULLIVAN, Brandon (2002). Tough guys finish last: the perils of a distributive reputation. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, No. 88, p. 621–645. 128

Online Publication:

Research methods tutorials [interactive]. [S.l., s.a.] [accessed 20 May 2007]. Access through Internet: <http://www.socialresearchmethods.net/tutorial/tutorial.htm>.

    Papers should be submitted in two hard copies (in double-spaced format), and an .rtf file on a diskette or via e-mail must be presented to the editing board. Tables, pictures and other graphic information should be presented on separate pages.

     Submissions are peer-reviewed. Papers are reviewed by two reviewers. Rejected submissions will not be returned.

     Papers before publishing are signed by the authors.

     The corresponding author must sign the License to Publish form upon acceptance of the manuscript and return it to the editorial office. Failure to do so will result in a delay of the publication of the paper.

 

Address for submitting articles and for purchase of published ones:

Editing Board of “INFORMACIJOS MOKSLAI”

Faculty of Communication

Vilnius University

Saulėtekio Ave., Building 1, Room 603

Articles may be submitted by e-mail:

zenona.atkociuniene@kf.vu.lt

informacijos.mokslai@kf.vu.lt

 

Visiting address:

Editing Board of “INFORMACIJOS MOKSLAI”

Faculty of Communication

Vilnius University

Universiteto str. 3,

LT-01513 Vilnius, Lithuania