International Association for Computer Information Systems
Friday, November 27, 2020

Issues in Information Systems

Published 4 times a year, Issues in Information Systems (IIS) journal is a refereed (double-blind peer review) 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. IIS publishes 1) selected high-marked refereed double-blind peer reviewed submissions presented at the annual conference and 2) regular submissions outside the conference. For regular submissions click here. Papers are published online as soon as they are accepted. All manuscripts must be the authors' original, unpublished work. The manuscript must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Please refer to the submission guidelines/instruction for authors before submitting your paper. Authors must review the IIS Publication Ethics before submitting their papers. There are no submission fees or publication fees or page charges.

Submission Timeline

Regular manuscripts outside the conference will be reviewed by the IIS Screening Committee which includes the editor and the associate editors within two to three weeks from the time of submission. The corresponding author will then be contacted with news of whether or not the submission will be advanced to the first round of blind reviews (or is being rejected as not suitable for publication in the journal). Typically, the blind review process takes approximately twelve to sixteen weeks. The IIS does not process any submission that does not comply with the requirements found in the submission guidelines.

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Authors hold the copyright of their published articles in IIS.


Access & Preservation

Issues in Information Systems is an open-access journal. Users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full text of articles in this journal, and to use them for any other lawful purpose.

Issues in Information Systems electronically stores backup copies of all published articles in a seperate cloud storage for the purpose of preservation of access.