Taylor & Francis

Journal Of Archival Organization

(ISSN 1533-2756)

Aims and scope

The Journal of Archival Organization ( JAO) is an international, peer-reviewed journal encompassing all aspects of the arrangement, description, and provision of access to all forms of archival materials.

JAO addresses a broad range of issues of interest to the profession including archival management and staffing, archival technologies, the arrangement and description of records collection, collection growth and access, diversity and gender, grant-funding, and institutional support. Articles addressing academic, public and special/corporate libraries, museums and governmental agencies are all welcome.

Recurring features in this essential journal include:

Book/Resource Reviews—edited by Christopher M. Laico, MA., Archivist, Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, Columbia University; cl880@columbia.edu

Creating Architopia: Reflections on Archival Management—edited by Jay Trask, MLIS, MA, Associate Professor/Head of Archival Services, University of Northern Colorado; jay.trask@unco.edu

Archives and the Law—edited by Jean Dryden, PhD, LLM(IP)/ Archival Consultant, Toronto, Canada; jeandryden@gmail.com & Hope Dunbar, Special Collections Archivist, SUNY, Buffalo State College; hmdunbar42@gmail.com

Technology Matters in Archives—edited by Dan Noonan, MLIS, Digital Preservation Librarian, Ohio State; noonan.37@osu.edu

Peer Review Policy: All articles have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous double-blind review.

Publication office: Taylor & Francis, Inc., 530 Walnut Street, Suite 850, Philadelphia, PA 19106.

Authors can choose to publish gold open access in this journal.

Read the Instructions for Authors for information on how to submit your article.


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