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Issues in Information Systems

Issues in Information Systems (IIS) journal is a refereed (double blind) serial 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.

IIS is listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Management and Marketing since the 8th Edition. In addition, IIS is indexed in Directory of Open Access Journal (DOAJ) and EBSCO Host.

Publication Ethics & Research Code of Conduct

Originality: All manuscripts must be the authors' original, unpublished work. The manuscript must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Previous Research: Authors may NOT submit papers that are published in conference proceedings without considerable changes from the earlier version. If a complete new version of such paper is accepted for publication in IIS, the author(s) must acknowledge its earlier version and source of publication in the final revised paper.

Research Code of Conduct: By submitting a manuscript to IIS, author(s) confirm that the research described in the paper complies with the "Code of Research Conduct" See the AIS guide on Research Code of Conducts.

Publication Cycle - Issues/Year

Publication is IIS is mainly linked with an annual conference. Beginning with volume 16, IIS is published in 4 volumes every year. The refereed papers, accepted for publication in IIS, are expected to be revised and re-submitted for publication in IIS. These papers are also expected to be presented at the IACIS Annual Conference.