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Summer 6-25-2019

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Directory of Open Access Journal (DOAJ). Retrieved on January 6, 2018, from

Thanuskodi, S. (2011). Library Herald Journal: A Bibliometric Study. Researches world: journal of Arts, Science & Commerce, ISSN 2229-4686. Retrieved on 4th january 2017 from

Roy, S.B., and Basak, M. (2013).Journal of Documentation: A Bibliometric Study. Library Philosophy and Practice (e- Journal). Retrieved on 15thApril 2015 from

Shukla, Akhandanand., & Moyon, NG Thermi. (2017). Research Output Analysis of International Journal of Information Dissemination and Technology (IJIDT) through Bibliometric Approach. Library Philosophy and Practice (e- Journal). Retrived on 5th january 2017.

Sivasekaran, K. and Ragavan, S.S. (2014). Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy: A Bibliometric Study. Library Science Research Journal, 2(6). Retrieved on 12 December 2017 from

Awasthi, Shipra, & Jaiswal, Babita. (2015). Library and Information Science journals in

DOAJ: a bibliometric study. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering

Research, 6(8), 1476-1481.

Hussain, Akhtar. (2013). Annals of Library and Information Studies: a bibliometric analysis.Journal of Library Metamorphosis. Retrieved on September December 14, 2017 from

Verma, Anjali, Sonkar, S. K., & Gupta, Vibha. (2015). A bibliometric study of the Library Philosophy and Practice for the period 2005-2014. Library Philosophy and Practice. Available at

Panda, I. and et al. (2013). The Journal of Information Literacy: A Bibliometric Study.

International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, 3(3).Retrieved from


Devendra Kumar. (2014). A bibliometric analysis of Directory of Open Access Journal(DOAJ): Environmental Science (1972-2013). E-Library Science Research Journal,

2(5), 1-12. Retrieved on December 23 2017, from

Anyi, K. W., Zainab, A.& Anuar, N. (2009). Bibliometric studies on single journals: a review. Malaysian Journal of Library & Information Science, 14(1), 17-55


The present study is a bibliometric analysis of 328 articles from 11 volumes published in International Journal of Digital Curation published by University of Edinburgh, U.K from 2006-2017. The study is based on three basic objectives in terms of yearly distribution of articles, authorship pattern and degree of collaboration in the journal. Data collection is done from DOAJ. The result revealed that year 2009 was the most fruitful year with 46 articles, Single authorship showing highest contribution and extent of collaboration recorded is considerable with a overall value of 0.69.