At the January 2017 meeting of the EDSIG Board of Directors, after several days of discussion and analysis, the board voted unanimously to convert JISE to a 100% online and free journal.
Research published in JISE will reach a broader and more diverse audience.
Submissions by June 15, 2015, are eligible for paper awards and for best paper fast tracking to JISE
. Additionally, submissions by July 15, 2015, will be considered for journal referral to ISEDJ or JISAR; and submissions by August 15, 2015, will be accepted for consideration of publication in the EDSIG Conference or CONISAR proceedings.
The mission is to be the JISE
is to be the premier journal on information systems (IS) education.
The CFPs appear on the next pages and on our website (jise.org).
The mission of the Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE ) is to be the premier journal on information systems (IS) education.
If you know of any additional databases JISE
should be indexed in, please do not hesitate to let me know.
The first paper in this issue is "Writing IS Teaching Tips: Guidelines for JISE Submission." Teaching tips continue to be an invaluable resource for IS educators and JISE has accepted them for years.
The CFP appears on the next page and on our web site (jise.org).
Finally, we continue to experience an increase in the number of submissions to JISE. As a result, we are looking for individuals interested in becoming a reviewer for JISE.
JISE is indexed by ABI/Informs, EBSCO Business Source Complete, ERIC, Gale Group, ProQuest, H.W.
I am pleased to announce that Susan Kruck from James Madison University has been named the next Editor-in-Chief of JISE
. Susan has been a member of the Editorial Board since 2002 and has shown an interest and excitement in becoming JISE