International Association for Computer Information Systems
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What is JCIS?

The Journal for Computer Information Systems (JCIS) is a highly rated quarterly peer reviewed academic journal. It serves as a forum for the International Association of Computer Information Systems members and other academics and information systems and business professionals to present their research and ideas. Each issue provides a wealth of timely and informative articles.

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What is IIS?

Issues in Information Systems (IIS) journal is a refereed (double blind) publication (ISSN 1529-7314). IIS publishes the latest research in practice and pedagogical topics that focus on how information systems are used to support organizations or enhance the educational process.

The IIS is the official publication of the IACIS Annual Conference, however, the journal accepts submissions outside of those submitted and presented at the conference. Submissions outside the conference should be emailed to the IIS Editor. All manuscripts must be the authors' original, unpublished work. The manuscript must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. A typical paper for this journal should be no more than 6000 words, inclusive of the abstract, tables, references, figure captions, footnotes, endnotes. There are no submission fees, publication fees or page charges for this journal.

The IIS is listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Management and Marketing since 2001. In addition, IIS is indexed in EBSCO Host.

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How can I recommend JCIS to my library?

It is important that the work published in JCIS reach the widest audience possible. One means to accomplish this is by making the Journal available in libraries. Libraries and other organizational subscriptions can subscribe using this form or contact one of the editors. You can Recommend JCIS to Your Library via the linked form.

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