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The main goal of the peer-review process is to maintain a high level of the accepted articles for publication in Revista Română de Biblioteconomie şi Ştiinţa Informării/ Romanian Review of Library and Information Science. After an analysis of the article’s scientific content, degree of originality and novelty, a decision will be made upon the publishing of the article.

Articles, in Romanian and English, should be sent, only in electronic format via e-mail, as attached files. The article submitted for publication will be accompanied by a brief presentation of the author and keywords, also in Romanian and English.

Within the peer-review process, for each article, are involved two scientific reviewers, with expertise within the subject matter of the article.

The first phase of the peer review process takes about two weeks. Following this stage, authors will receive a note with the eventual comments. The author should modify the article’s content, accordingly to the reviewer’s requires and send it, within one week after the communication of the observations.

In the second phase of the peer review process, the articles are submitted to the editorial board, which accepts or rejects their publication. The editorial board decision is communicated to the authors no later than two weeks.