L2C2 Technologies extends technological support to KLA for open access journal

L2C2 Technologies to provide OJS software hosting and maintenance along with publishing support to Kerala Library Association for KJIST for the next 5 years.

Earlier today the first open access (OA) LIS journal from Kerala, India – “The Kerala Library Association Journal of Information Science & Technology” (KJIST) was launched with the release of its inaugural issue – Vol. 1 No. 1 July 2018 by Dr. Rajan Gurukkal (Vice Chairman, Kerala State Higher Education Council) at the DLIS Hall, Kerala University Library Building, Thiruvananthapuram.

As the first open access LIS journal being published from Kerala, all articles published in KJIST will be available online at https://www.kjist.in for reading and download. As the technology support partner L2C2 Technologies is providing the journal publishing software hosting & maintenance along with publishing support to Kerala Library Association for KJIST, initially for a period of 5 years. The journal is being hosted using the latest stable version of Open Journal Systems (OJS) journal publishing platform.

While readers are not required to register at the site to read the articles, registered users will receive automatic updates about articles and issues as and when they are published. The privacy policy is GDPR compliant and all personal data submitted by the readers, authors, reviewers and editors are maintained on servers geographically located in India. Mandatory SSL has been implemented for the site, so that when users interact with the site, e.g. when they login or read or download articles, all their transactions remain securely encrypted end-to-end at all times. L2C2 Technologies will also be providing KLA with in-depth usage statistics and data analytics for the online Journal site.

About KJIST

KLA Journal of Information Science and Technology (KJIST) is published twice every year (January and July) in open access (OA) and print formats. It will include original papers, short communications, book reviews and letters pertaining to library science, information science and related fields. The papers included will focus on aspects of exploring, applying, and evaluating new theories and ideas to develop and modernize libraries and enhance library services. It is meant for library professionals, documentation and information professionals, researchers, students and others interested in the library and information science field.

About Kerala Library Association

Formed in 1972 by a group of librarians who strongly felt the need for an independent professional association at the state level to promote the cause of library development, professional standards of librarians, entirely dedicated for libraries and librarians, the Kerala Library Association (KLA) is headquartered at Thiruvananathapuram, the capital of the state of Kerala, India.The association has boldly voiced the sentiments and the views of professionals on several occasions to the concerned authorities. It has successfully projected the need for improving library services in College & Universities. KLA helped the Government to formulate policies in relation to library development in the state.

3 thoughts on “L2C2 Technologies extends technological support to KLA for open access journal”

  1. Congratulations. It is a good news for our profession. Indranil I am proud of you, as you are
    the band master behind the curtain to advance our profession. Thank you very much.
    With the good wishes to you.
    Dr N C Ghatak.

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