Aims and Scope

Objective of the Journal:

The international Semi-annual Digital Content Management Journal aims to pave the way for communication of scientific community views on the management of digital content and exchange of expert ideas and views on the subject. Other objectives of this journal include:

  • Rereading key and fundamental subjects discussed in the scientific community for digital content management;
  • Providing a space for exchange of ideas among experts of IT and Information Science and Knowledge Studies;
  • Helping to promote new Ideas;
  • Introducing new activities and achievements both in Iran and abroad;
  • Enhancing digital content management systems;
  • Identifying and presenting standards for digital data management;
  • Synchronizing digital content management subjects with new information and telecommunication technologies;
  • Promoting local specialized knowledge in digital content management;
  • Identifying the prospect of advancements in digital content management (future studies);
  • Exploring the position of copyright for digital content in digital environments.

 

The International Journal of Digital Content Management publishes research manuscripts in the field of Digital content in any fields. Work must be of a quality and context that the Editorial Board think would be of interest to an international readership. The aims and scope of the journals are to:

  • Provide a journal that reports research on topics that are of international significance across digital content contexts

  • Publish high quality manuscripts that are of international significance in terms of design and/or findings
  • Encourage collaboration by international teams of researchers to create special issues on mentioned topics in scope.


Semi-annual Digital Content Management Journal intends to publish papers on:

  •  Digital transformation
  •  Digital humanities
  •  Digital life and information behavior
  •  Digital culture
  •  Interdisciplinary subjects concerning digital content management
  •  Digital content economy
  •  Content marketing
  •  Content security
  •  Content management systems(CMS)
  •  Digital publishing
  •  Content visualization
  •  Cloud computing in digital content
  •  Data mining, web mining, text mining
  •  Big data-oriented content
  •  Blog-oriented content
  •  Graph-based content
  •  Mobile content in Smart Cities
  •  Social tags and Linked Data
  •  Linking Data (social, open, public, and enterprise)
  •  Ontology and semantic for processing Web content
  •  Digital Asset management
  •  Digital Rights Management
  •  Content  Architecture and Taxonomy
  • Educational technology
  • Computer-assisted learning
  • Online learning
  • Online collaborative learning
  • Virtual Labs
  • Mobile Learning
  • Digital technologies and education
  • Digital games
  • Learning Analytics
  • MOOCS
  • Virtual and Augmented Reality
  • Computational thinking
  • Digital health
  • Digital medicine
  • Data mining in health
  • Big data and data management
  • Mobile health

 

 

 

Managing Editor: DR. Mitra Samiee

 Editor in Chief  : Prof. Dr.  Mohammad Hassanzadeh