Digital Content Management is an open-access, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal published by Allameh Tabataba’i University, the leading university in Humanities and Social Sciences in Iran. This journal publishes articles in cooperation with the Iranian Academy of Management Sciences.

To allow for easy and worldwide access to the most updated research findings, the journal is set to be an open-access journal. Yet, The journal charges two million Rials to compensate a part of arbitration fee, and if the article is accepted, additionally four million Rials will be charged from the authors for a part of the cost of processing the articles, the rest of the costs will be financially supported by Allameh Tabataba’I University.

Non-Iranian authors are free of mentioned charges.

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"This license lets others distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon your work, even commercially, as long as they credit you for the original creation. This is the most accommodating of licenses offered. Recommended for maximum dissemination and use of licensed materials."

The journal and the Allameh Tabataba'i University holds the entire legal and intellectual rights related to the publication of the articles and the aforementioned rights are transfered to the journal and Allameh Tabataba'i University by submitting the articles in the journal. In addition, the journal will be fully in charge of publication of the article in print, online, as a CD, in international indexes and domestic indexes. This right will be revoked only if the article is rejected or the author(s) withdraw from publication. For the more information regarding the matter, please check the commitment of compliance form.

About Digital Content Management:

  • Country of Publication: Iran
  • Publisher: Allameh Tabataba’i University Press
  • Format: Online
  • Start Publishing: Summer and Autumn 2020
  • Print ISSN: 2717-3305
  • E-ISSN: 2717-3313
  • Available from: Google Scholar, Magiran, Civilica, ...
  • Frequency: Semi-annual
  • Publication Dates: June, December
  • Advance Access: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Scope: Digital transformation, Digital humanities, ...
  • Article Processing Charges: No
  • Type of Journal: Academic Scholarly(B)
  • Open Access: Yes
  • Indexing & Abstracting: SID, Noormags, Magiran, Civilica, and Google Scholar
  • Policy: Peer Review
  • Initial Review Time: up to ten days
  • Review Time: Nine Weeks Approximately
  • Contact E-mail: dcm@atu.ac.ir
  • Alternate E-mail: atupress@atu.ac.ir

Archive policies and retention of articles

International Journal of Digital Content Management, understand the concerns of authors, readers, librarians, and others about the need for long-term preservation and access to scholarly research as the world of publishing continues to digitalization. Our policy directly and honestly addresses the archival issue of long-term retention with access.

International Journal of Digital Content Management is committed to archiving, meaning long-term preservation and providing access to scientific research material published electronically in the International Journal of Digital Content Management. This policy statement specifies the extent of the journal’s archival commitment and the relevant procedures for fulfilling this commitment. The International Journal of Digital Content Management will serve as an archive for all electronic content published by the journal. The content of the archive will include all the editions of this magazine with the ability to access online and publish relevant supplementary materials. The original content of published material will never change but may be supplemented by annotations or additional information due to the occurrence of errors and the need to correct content, references, and other parts that undergo changes after the original publication.

For the efficient and safe use of the online service, the International Journal of Digital Content Management undertakes to prepare copies from the electronic archive of publications in order to preserve information and security. Replicas are used to enable rapid delivery of content to consumers, while security replicas are kept as backup copies. The International Journal of Digital Content Management is committed to the periodic renewal of these reproductions. At least one security duplicate copy is kept in a separate location away from the editorial office of International Journal of Digital Content Management in Tehran, Iran.

Open Access

Archive policies and retention of articles

International Journal of Digital Content Management, understand the concerns of authors, readers, librarians, and others about the need for long-term preservation and access to scholarly research as the world of publishing continues to digitalization. Our policy directly and honestly addresses the archival issue of long-term retention with access.

The International Journal of Digital Content Management is committed to archiving, meaning long-term preservation and providing access to scientific research material published electronically in the International Journal of Digital Content Management. This policy statement specifies the extent of the journal’s archival commitment and the relevant procedures for fulfilling this commitment. The International Journal of Digital Content Management will serve as an archive for all electronic content published by the journal. The content of the archive will include all the editions of this magazine with the ability to access online and publish relevant supplementary materials. The original content of published material will never change but may be supplemented by annotations or additional information due to the occurrence of errors and the need to correct content, references, and other parts that undergo changes after the original publication.

For the efficient and safe use of the online service, the International Journal of Digital Content Management undertakes to prepare copies from the electronic archive of publications in order to preserve information and security. Replicas are used to enable rapid delivery of content to consumers, while security replicas are kept as backup copies. The International Journal of Digital Content Management is committed to the periodic renewal of these reproductions. At least one security duplicate copy is kept in a separate location away from the editorial office of International Journal of Digital Content Management in Tehran, Iran.