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AJIC Content Areas

The African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC) aims to publish submissions relevant to understanding policy, regulation, practice, markets and/or research in Africa—or in the broader Global South—with respect to one or more of the following topics: information, communication, technology, information and communication technologies (ICTs), ICT research, internet, information technology (IT), networks, chief information officer (CIO) practice, World Wide Web, telecommunications, mobile technologies, mobile services, media, broadcasting, journalism, freedom of expression, media freedom, education, STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), digital transformation, digital economy, fourth industrial revolution (4IR), digital/e-services (government, postal, health, education, commerce), digital governance, cyberspace, cybersecurity, data, big data, internet of things (IoT), internet of people (IoP), technology/ICT adoption, technology/ICT access, innovation, open innovation, informal-sector innovation, knowledge management, knowledge governance, access to knowledge (A2K), open science, open access, scholarly communication, publishing, knowledge commons, open educational resources (OERs), intellectual property (IP) rights, traditional knowledge (TK), traditional cultural expressions (TCEs)

AJIC is intended as both a rigorous academic journal and as a practical medium to inform actors and decision-makers in government, industry and civil society. 

AJIC Approach to Open Access

AJIC Submission Guidelines