DigitCult is an academic journal of international scope, double-blind peer-reviewed, and open access, aiming to value international research and to present current debate on digital culture, technological innovation, and social change.

DigitCult, taking into account the increasingly pervasive diffusion of digital cultures and their social impacts, intends to study the processes of transformation and innovation within different disciplinary traditions, also in relation to the design of new digital models, both in the field of Social Sciences and Media Studies as well as in that of Library and Information Science and Digital Humanities. DigitCult aims to discuss key issues on both theoretical and empirical research.

DigitCult has an ISSN number, each issue has a different ISBN number, and a DOI is assigned to each paper. The journal is currently published by tab edizioni.
Single articles and full issues can be freely downloaded in PDF format from the Web platform. The paper version of the contributions until 2021 can be purchased from Aracne editrice.
There are neither paper submission charges nor processing charges for authors.

DigitCult is now indexed in the world's largest open-access database: DOAJ, the Directory of Open Access Journals. The official website on DOAJ is https://doaj.org/toc/2531-5994. The journal is also indexed in Google Scholar.

Frequency of publication

The journal is published every six months, two issues per year.

Open Access Policy

DigitCult is open access gold. Articles are published under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY-NC 4.0) licence to support maximum dissemination and use.

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