Scholarly Communication of DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology (DJLIT): a Scientometric Approach

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Author(s): Chandran Velmurugan , Dr. Natarajan Radhakrishnan

An attempt has been made to evaluate the each article, year wise distribution of contributions, and number of authorship, volume wise authorship, author’s productivity and the single and multi-authored papers of the journal. The results revealed that out of 302 articles, the majority of 236 (41.11 %) appeared as two authors. The majority 267 (88.41 %) of contributions are from India and it was noticed that the degree of collaboration ranges from 0.36 to 0.77 in DJLIT and the average degree of collaboration is 0.59. It was found that the maximum five in number of special issues published in the year 2012.


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