London Met course leader appointed co-editor of prestigious journal Business Information Review.
BSc Media and Communications course leader Luke Tredinnick has been appointed co-editor of the prestigious Sage journal Business Information Review.
The journal is the only publication devoted entirely to the practice of business information provision and management. Its content is tailored to the needs of business information professionals - whether information managers, knowledge managers, researchers, analysts, consultants, print or electronic publishers. Its readers are to be found in the corporate sector, in government agencies and other public institutions, in private consultancy, and at universities and business schools. The journal has a ranking score of 0.245, and is ranked 120/236 in Economics, Econometrics and Finance (Miscellaneous), and 124/267 in Business, Management & Accounting (Miscellaneous) (Scopus).
Talking about the appointment Luke said:
"It's very exciting to be taking on this role. Business Information Review is unique in addressing both academic and professional audiences, and in drawing contributions across the sector. It strengthens London Metropolitan University's research and scholarship in applied digital media technologies, for which we already have a formidable reputation, and enhances our focus on employability issues."
Luke will be taking up the co-editor role from the September issue 2015; queries about the journal or contributing to the journal can be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the journal, visit safepub.