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Abstract

Annals of Library and Information Studies (ALIS) is a quarterly journal, published by National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resource (NISCAIR). This study aimed at analyzing the authorship trends and collaborative pattern of the 377 publications published by ALIS during the period of eleven years (2007-2017). The findings revealed that majority of the publications (246) were multi-authored and the overall degree of collaboration (DC) is 0.65. The average publication of the journal is 34 articles per year. Further, Collaborative co-efficient was applied to find out the different levels of multi-authored collaboration and finally conclusion was presented with scope and directions for further research

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