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AACE Journal (AACEJ)
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Ceased in 2009

Academy of Management Journal (AMJ)
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The Academy of Management Journal (AMJ) publishes empirical articles of interest to members of the Academy of Management. The fields and topics of interest to the Academy membership are reflected in the divisions and interest groups listed on the inside front cover of the Journal. All articles published in the AMJ must make a strong empirical contribution. Purely conceptual papers should be submitted to the Academy of Management Review. All empirical methods - including (but not limited to) qualitative, quantitative, field, laboratory or combination methods - are welcome. All articles published in the Journal must make a strong theoretical contribution as well. Manuscripts that are primarily applied in focus and that have managers - rather than management researchers - as their intended audience should be submitted to the Academy of Management Executive. Submissions should reflect a clear understanding of the position of the contribution in the related organization and management literatures. Methodological articles are welcome, but they must contain an accompanying theoretical contribution. All articles published in the AMJ must be clearly relevant to management theory and to management practice. The best submissions are those that identify both a compelling practical management issue and a strong theoretical framework for addressing it. Submissions whose authors stop short of considering the implications of their findings for management will be less favorably reviewed.

Academy of Management Learning and Education (AMLE)
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The Academy of Management Learning & Education (AMLE) advances the knowledge and practice of management learning and education. It does so by publishing theoretical models and reviews, qualitative and quantitative research, critique, exchanges, and retrospectives on any substantive topic that is conceived with, and draws implications for, how managers learn and the educational process and context. AMLE is an interdisciplinary journal that broadly defines its constituents to include scholars, educators, program directors, deans, and other administrators at academic institutions, as well as consultants, policy makers and practitioners in private or public organizations in which management learning and education are of central concern.

Academy of Management Perspectives (AMP)
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Prior to Feb 2006, this journal was known as the Academy of Management Executive. The Academy of Management Perspectives is a journal of The Academy of Management. Founded in 1936, The Academy is the leading international organization of academics and practitioners that works to foster the advancement of research, learning, teaching, and practice in the management field. It has over 15,000 members in more than 90 countries. Beginning in November of 2004, the Academy of Management Perspectives has been led by a new editor, Peter Cappelli of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. With this change in leadership, the journal has undergone a shift in its mission and format. The mission of the new Academy of Management Perspectives (AMP) is to provide accessible articles about important issues concerning management and business. AMP articles are aimed at the non-specialist academic reader, not practicing managers, and rely on evidence as opposed to theory or opinion for their arguments. All articles are fundamentally based on research evidence, which can be quantitative or qualitative, but not on opinion. Articles focus on the phenomenon of business and management rather than theory; they do not necessarily have to advance the existing academic literature. Articles might include reviews of what we already know about particular topics, with an orientation specifically toward practical implications. Descriptive articles and those without a theoretical foundation, typically excluded from academic journals, might also be relevant if they advance our understanding of business and management practice.

Academy of Management Review (AMR)
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The mission of the Academy of Management Review (AMR) is to publish new theoretical insights that advance our understanding of management and organizations. AMR is receptive to a variety of perspectives, including those seeking to improve the effectiveness of, as well as those critical of, management and organizations. Submissions to AMR must extend theory in ways that permit the development of testable knowledge-based claims. To do this, researchers can develop new management and organization theory, significantly challenge or clarify existing theory, synthesize recent advances and ideas into fresh, if not entirely new theory, or initiate a search for new theory by identifying and delineating a novel theoretical problem. The contributions of AMR articles often are grounded in "normal science disciplines" of economics, psychology, sociology, or social psychology as well as nontraditional perspectives, such as the humanities. AMR publishes novel, insightful and carefully crafted conceptual work that challenges conventional wisdom concerning all aspects of organizations and their roles in society.

International Journal of Accounting and Information Management (IJAIM)
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The journal's primary objective is to stimulate research in accounting, finance, information systems and information management and discuss issues of significance to both the private and public sector. Special emphases are placed on the interaction between these areas of research in an international context. The journal purports to bridge the knowledge gaps between researchers and practitioners who are conducting research in all the aforementioned disciplines.

International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (IJAIS)
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The International Journal of Accounting Information Systems will publish thoughtful, well developed articles that examine the rapidly evolving relationship between accounting and information technology. Articles may range from empirical to analytical, from practice-based to the development of new techniques, but must be related to problems facing the integration of accounting and information technology. The journal will address (but will not limit itself to) the following specific issues: control and auditability of information systems; management of information technology; artificial intelligence research in accounting; development issues in accounting and information systems; human factors issues related to information technology; development of theories related to information technology; methodological issues in information technology research; information systems validation; human

Accounting, Management and Information Technologies (AMIT)
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Beginning with the first issue of 2001, Accounting, Management and Information Technologies changed its title to Information and Organization.

Journal of the ACM (JACM)
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The Journal of the ACM (JACM) aims to provide coverage of the most significant work going on in computer science, broadly construed. We publish original research papers of lasting value in computer science. To be accepted, a paper must be judged to be truly outstanding in its field and to be of interest to a wide audience. We are particularly interested in work at the boundaries, both the boundaries of subdisciplines of computer science and the boundaries between computer science and other fields. The best indicator of the scope of the journal is provided by the areas covered by its Editorial Board. These areas change from time to time, as the field evolves. The following areas are currently covered by a member of the Editorial Board:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Complexity of Algorithms
  • Complexity Theory and Coding Theory
  • Computational Geometry
  • Computing in Technology and the Sciences
  • Cryptography and Security
  • Database Theory and Systems
  • Decisions, Uncertainty, and Computation
  • Distributed Computing
  • Graph Theory and Combinatorial Structures
  • Logic in Computer Science
  • Machine Learning and Computational Learning Theory
  • Networking .Numerical Computation
  • Operations Research, Game Theory and Economics
  • Parallel Algorithms .Parallel Computing and Architecture
  • Programming Languages
  • Randomized Algorithms and Probabilistic Analysis of Algorithms
  • Scientific Computing
  • Software Engineering
  • Analysis of Algorithms

ACM Computing Surveys (ACM CSurv)
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The primary purposes of the ACM Computing Surveys are to present new specialties and help practitioners and researchers stay abreast of all areas in the rapidly evolving field of computing. Computing Surveys focuses on integrating and adding understanding to the existing literature. This is accomplished by publishing surveys, tutorials, short articles, and symposia on special topics of interest to the membership of ACM. Computing Surveys does not publish "new" research. This is left to the Transactions and other specialized publications of of the ACM. Instead, Computing Surveys focuses on surveys and tutorials that integrate the existing literature and put its results in context. The main difference between a survey and a tutorial is emphasis. A survey article assumes a general knowledge of the area; it emphasizes the classification of the existing literature, developing a perspective on the area, and evaluating trends. A tutorial assumes its audience is inexpert; it emphasizes the basic concepts of the field and provides concrete examples that embody these concepts. Both surveys and tutorials must develop a framework or overall view of an area that integrates the existing literature. Frequently, such a framework exposes topics that need additional research; a good Computing Surveys article can fill such a void, but that is not its major purpose. Basically, a Computing Surveys article answers the questions, "What is currently known about this area, and what does it mean to researchers and practitioners?" It should supply the basic knowledge to enable new researchers to enter the area, current researchers to continue developments, and practitioners to apply the results.

ACM Journal of Computer Documentation (ACM JCD)
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The Journal of Computer Documentation (JCD) is ceased in November 2002.

ACM Journal of Data and Information Quality (ACM JDIQ)
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JDIQ's mission is to publish high quality articles that make a significant and novel contribution to the field of data and information quality. JDIQ welcomes research contributions on the following areas, but not limited to: Information Quality in the Enterprise Context; Database related technical solutions for Information Quality; Information Quality in the context of Computer Science and Information Technology; Information Curation. JDIQ accepts research conducted using a wide variety of methods ranging from positivists to interpretive methods, systems building descriptions, and database theory, as well as statistical analysis, mathematical modeling, quasi experimental methods, hermeneutics, action research, and case study. JDIQ accepts diverse research methods that are customary in different research backgrounds and traditions, both quantitative and qualitative. Research papers need to demonstrate the use of a rigorous method or methods. Research papers also need to provide valuable and relevant implications for applying their findings and solutions in practice.

ACM Letters on Programming Languages and Systems (ACM LoPLaS)
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ACM Letters on Programming Languages and Systems (LOPLAS) presents research results on all aspects of the design, definition, implementation and use of programming languages and systems. LOPLAS was folded into ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS) in 1994.

ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing (ACM TALIP)
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The ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing (TALIP) publishes high quality original archival papers and technical notes in the areas of computation and processing of information in Asian languages and related disciplines. Formally, but not exclusively, the subjects to be covered by TALIP are:

  • Computational Linguistic: including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, etc. (From the view points of information processing and/or computation.)
  • Linguistic Resource: including computational lexicography, terminology, electronic dictionary, cross-lingual dictionary, electronic thesaurus, etc.
  • Hardware and software algorithms and tools for Asian language processing, e.g., handwritten character recognition.
  • Information Understanding: including text understanding, speech understanding, character recognition, discourse processing, dialogue systems, etc.
  • Machine Translation: including cross-language translation, text-to-speech/speech-to-text synthesis, image-to-text translation, etc.
  • Information Retrieval: including natural language processing (NLP) for concept-based indexing, natural language query interface, semantic-based relevance judgment, etc.
  • Information Extraction and Filtering: including automatic abstraction, user profiling, etc.
  • Multimedia Asian Information Processing: including speech, image, video, etc.
  • Cross-lingual information processing between Asian and Western natural language pairs (e.g., Chinese/English).

In general, TALIP broadly covers issues in NLP for Asian Languages. Aspects concerning theory, systems design, evaluation and applications in the aforesaid subjects will be covered. Emphasis will be placed on the originality and the practical significance of the reported research. Papers related to Western language information processing techniques and theory will also be considered if the ideas are shown to be equally applicable to Asian languages.


ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (ACM ToCS)
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The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Computer Systems is to present research and development results on the design, specification, realization, behavior, and use of computer systems. The term "computer systems" is interpreted broadly and includes systems architectures, operating systems, distributed systems, and computer networks. Articles that appear in TOCS will tend either to present new techniques and concepts or to report on experiences and experiments with actual systems. Insights useful to system designers, builders, and users will be emphasized. Among the topics within the scope of TOCS are the following:

  • design of entire systems
  • technology shifts
  • engineering trade-offs
  • storage management
  • system-user interface
  • communication management
  • reliability
  • implementation techniques
  • system validation
  • performance models
  • design of system components
  • processor management
  • security
  • file systems
  • protocols
  • data organization
  • fault tolerance
  • information flow
  • system verification
  • performance analysis

ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (ACM ToCHI)
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TOCHI publishes archival research papers in the following major areas.

  1. Studying new hardware and software architectures for building human-computer interfaces
  2. Studying new interactive techniques, metaphors and evaluation
  3. Studying processes and techniques for designing human-computer interfaces
  4. Studying users and groups of users to understand their needs.

Each of these primary areas can be further refined as follows:

  • Hardware and Software Architectures
    • User Interface Management Systems.
    • Windowing Systems.
    • Interface Software Tools.
    • Interactive Devices.
    • Interface Aspects of Multimedia.
  • Interactive Techniques, Metaphors and Evaluation
    • Interactive Techniques.
    • Workspace Models.
    • Data Presentation.
    • Tutorial and Help Systems.
    • Empirical Studies of Programmers.
  • User Interface Design Processes
    • Analysis and Evaluation Techniques.
    • Design Processes.
  • Users and Groups of Users
    • Models of Users.
    • Universal Access.
    • Group Work.
    • Organizational Context.
    • Application-Specific Designs.

ACM Transactions on Database Systems (ACM ToDS)
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The ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS) publishes original archival papers in the area of databases and closely related disciplines. TODS welcomes papers on a full range of database research in the management of diverse forms of data. Such subjects include: data modeling, database languages, database theory, query processing, access methods and indexing, security and privacy, transaction management, fault tolerance, distribution, performance, data storage, data mining, and novel applications and infrastructures exploiting database technology. TODS encourages papers that explore the above subjects in the context of large distributed networks of computers, parallel or multiprocessing computers, or new data devices (including data storage devices, data capture devices, and data presentation devices). TODS also encourages papers that describe emerging data-intensive applications that cannot be satisfied by the current database technology. TODS welcomes papers that both lay theoretical foundations for database management and those that provide new insights into the design and implementation of large-scale database management systems, database application development tools, database access interface tools, and database connectivity tools for heterogeneous database systems. TODS also accepts papers that describe user and database administration experiences and issues in large-scale real-world database installations. The emphasis on integration of theory and practice is an attempt to encourage authors of theory papers to consider applicability and/or implementability of the theoretical results, while encouraging authors of systems papers to reflect on the theoretical results that may have been used in building the systems and/or to offer suggestions on issues that may require theoretical treatment. TODS also solicits focused surveys on topics relevant to TODS. These should be deep and will sometimes be quite narrow, but should make a contribution to our understanding of an important area or subarea of databases.

ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (ACM ToDAES)
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The ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (TODAES) publishes recent significant results of research and development efforts in the area of design automation of electronic systems. The TODAES editorial board invites submission of technical papers describing recent results of research and development efforts in the area of design automation of electronic systems. The journal intends to provide a comprehensive coverage of innovative works concerning the specification, design, analysis, simulation, testing, and evaluation of very large scale integrated electronic systems, emphasizing a computer science/engineering orientation. Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • System Design: Hardware description languages, design systems and databases, embedded systems, hardware/software co-design
  • High-Level Synthesis: Datapath/control synthesis and optimization
  • Logic Synthesis: Sequential and combinational synthesis and optimization, technology mapping
  • Physical Layout: Module generation, partitioning, floorplanning, placement, routing, compaction, layout verification
  • Design Verification: Formal methods, emulation, simulation, electrical and timing analysis
  • System Reliability: Fault tolerance, testing and test patterns generation, design for testability
  • High Performance Circuits: High frequency, low power, analog and mixed-signal circuits

ACM Transactions on Graphics (ACM ToG)
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The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG) is to further the development of computer graphics by encouraging high-quality research in the field and disseminating that research rapidly and widely. The term "computer graphics" is interpreted broadly; it includes, but is not limited to, work on animation, computer-aided design, color, computational geometry, geometric modeling, graphics hardware, human factors, image synthesis, interaction techniques (both 2D and 3D), lighting models, novel applications, real-time techniques, and rendering. Computer graphics is more than an academic discipline; it is an eclectic and heterogeneous field with wide-ranging applications. Consequently, TOG accepts papers on novel applications as well as traditional research contributions.

ACM Transactions on Information and System Security (ACM TISSEC)
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TISSEC publishes original high-quality research papers in all areas of information and system security including technologies, systems, applications, and policies. TISSEC's mission is to be the premier journal in its discipline. Topics of Interest

  • Security Technologies: authentication; authorization models and mechanisms; auditing and intrusion detection; cryptographic algorithms, protocols, services, and infrastructure; recovery and survivable operation; risk analysis; assurance including cryptanalysis and formal methods; penetration technologies including viruses, Trojan horses, spoofing, sniffing, cracking, and covert channels.
  • Secure Systems: secure operating systems, database systems and networks; secure distributed systems including security middleware; secure web browsers, servers, and mobile code; specialized secure systems for specific application areas; interoperability, and composition.
  • Security Applications: threats, system tradeoffs, and unique needs of applications; representative application areas include information systems, workflow, electronic commerce, electronic cash, copyright and intellectual property protection, telecommunications systems, wireless systems, and health care.
  • Security Policies: confidentiality, integrity, availability, privacy, usage, and survivability policies; tradeoffs, conflicts and synergy among security objectives.

ACM Transactions on Information Systems (ACM TOIS)
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The ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS) considers the design, performance, and evaluation of computer systems that facilitate information access in a variety of media, as well as underlying technologies that support these systems. The major themes of TOIS and those topics which distinguish it from other ACM Transactions include:

  • Information Retrieval and Information Filtering.
  • Distributed Information Retrieval.
  • Information Interaction Interfaces.
  • Models of User Information Preferences and Interaction Behaviors.
  • Language Technologies.
  • Knowledge and Information Representation.
  • Algorithms, Data Structures, Methods, and Processes for Facilitating Information Access.
  • Knowledge Discovery.
  • Multimedia Information Systems.
  • Organizational Interfaces for Information Access and Social Impact of Information Systems.
  • Design and Evaluation of Information Access Systems.
  • Information System Applications.

ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (ACM ToIT)
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ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT) brings together many computing disciplines including computer software engineering, computer programming languages, middleware, database management, security, knowledge discovery and data mining, networking and distributed systems, communications, performance and scalability etc. TOIT will cover the results and roles of the individual disciplines and the relationshipsamong them.

ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems (ACM TMIS)
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ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems (ACM TMIS) is a scholarly journal that publishes the highest quality papers about the design, development, assessment, and management of information technology and systems within organizations. ACM TMIS is published quarterly, both in print and online. The journal welcomes innovative, high-impact papers on a full range of MIS and information technology (IT) related research areas, including, but not limited to: system analysis and design, IT innovations and project management, web-based information systems and applications, data and web mining, social computing and social media analytics, services computing and process management, knowledge management, green information systems, global information systems and e-business, information systems security and privacy, human-computer interactions, human behavior and organizational studies, social and cultural aspects of information systems, economics and information systems, and emerging information systems applications in health, government, and other organizations. Design science and system-oriented papers are especially welcome.

ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (ACM ToMS)
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The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS) is to communicate important research results concerning the development, evaluation and use of mathematical computer programs. In addition, TOMS publishes machine-readable computer software which is incorporated into the Collected Algorithms of the ACM. TOMS seeks contributions of lasting value in which technical quality is high, relevance to significant computations is high, interest and novelty is high, and presentation is effective. This scope of TOMS involves a number of dimensions, each of which overlap TOMS to some degree:

  • Methodology Design, development and implementation of algorithms; design of user and system interfaces; analysis, testing and evaluation of algorithms and computer programs; documentation, dissemination, and maintenance of computer programs.
  • Environment Machine arithmetic; parallel and vector processing; error handling; languages; software tools.
  • Paradigms Numeric computation; symbolic computation; computational science; problem solving environments; knowledge-based approaches; object-oriented computing.
  • Applications Mathematical function evaluation; linear algebra; nonlinear equations; interpolation and approximation; data handling, transforms; statistical analysis; quadrature; differential and integral equations; optimization; computational geometry; discrete mathematical algorithms; pattern recognition; sorting, searching, and classifying.

ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (ACM ToMaCS)
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The ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (TOMACS) provides a single archival source for the publication of high-quality research and developmental results in computer simulation. The subjects of emphasis are discrete event simulation, combined discrete and continuous simulation, as well as Monte Carlo methods. Papers in continuous simulation will also receive serious consideration if their contributions to modeling and simulation in general are substantial. The use of simulation techniques is pervasive, extending to virtually all the sciences. TOMACS serves to enhance the understanding, improve the practice, and increase the utilization of computer simulation. Submissions should contribute to the realization of these objectives, and papers treating applications should stress their contributions vis-a-vis these objectives. The scope of papers published in TOMACS includes, but is not limited to, the following general areas:

  • Advanced Applications
  • Distributed Simulation
  • Model Execution
  • Modeling Methodology
  • Random Numbers and Objects
  • Simulation Analysis
  • Verification, Validation, and Accreditation

ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (ACM ToPLaS)
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ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS) is the premier journal for reporting recent research advances in the areas of programming languages, and systems to assist the task of programming. The scope of TOPLAS includes, but is not limited to, the following subjects:

  • language design for sequential and parallel programming
  • programming language implementation
  • programming language semantics
  • compilers and interpreters
  • runtime systems for program execution
  • storage allocation and garbage collection
  • languages and methods for writing program specifications
  • languages and methods for secure and reliable programs
  • testing and verification of programs

Papers can be either theoretical or experimental in style, but in either case, they must contain innovative and novel content that advances the state of the art of programming languages and systems. We also invite strictly experimental papers that compare existing approaches, tutorial, and survey papers.


ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (ACM TOSEM)
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The purpose of the ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM) is to publish original and significant results in all areas of software engineering research. In general, the systems to which the results apply should be sufficiently complex and long-lived to justify investment in languages, methods, and tools that support specification, design, implementation, validation, documentation, maintenance, reengineering, and other related activities. The scope of TOSEM includes models, languages, methods, mechanisms, and tools for the elaboration, evaluation, and evolution of products and processes all along the software lifecycle -- from requirements specification to software maintenance and reengineering. Formal and experimental approaches are both in the scope of TOSEM. Examples of topics include:

  • Requirements engineering: acquisition, modeling, specification, analysis, and prototyping;
  • Design engineering: software architectures, specification, refinement, design methods, strategies, and styles; documentation of design rationales;
  • Software testing, analysis and verification: algorithms, techniques and processes for assuring or assessing software with respect to functional or non-functional requirements;
  • Configuration management: version control and system evolution;
  • Software understanding and reengineering;
  • Reuse: techniques for reusing components such as specifications, designs, or code, or for making such products reusable;
  • Software process engineering: modeling, analysis, customization, enactment, evolution;
  • Software engineering environments: organization, tool integration and interoperability; object management, language-directed tools, knowledge-based tools, dedicated tools; software visualization;
  • Measurement, metrics, estimation methods, and empirical studies;
  • Human-Software interaction;
  • Collaborative software engineering;
  • Special software engineering techniques for: distributed systems, real-time systems, safety-critical systems, secure systems, multimedia systems, and mobile computing;
  • Adaptation of techniques from programming languages, artificial intelligence, or databases;
  • Domain-specific software engineering techniques.

Acta Applicandae Mathematicae (AAM)
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Acta Applicandae Mathematicae is devoted to the art and techniques of applying mathematics, and the development of new, applicable mathematical theories. It contains papers on the different aspects of the relation between theory and application: descriptive papers on actual applications, papers on the techniques and methods when applying existing mathematical tools (i.e., in working examples) and, of particular importance, papers on mathematics motivated by the prospect of potential application, and on those established parts of mathematics which seem to be on the threshold of application. Longer, survey-type papers, and also state-of-the-art review papers which are written with a broad and varied readership in mind are particularly encouraged.

Acta Informatica (AI)
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The journal provides international dissemination of contributions on the art, discipline and science of informatics. Its scope covers design, description, presentation and analysis of programs, information structures, computing systems and interaction between components thereof.

International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation (IJANTTI)
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The International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation (IJANTTI) will cover a range of topics related to actor-network theory (ANT) and its use as a means of exploring socio-technical phenomena relating to the implementation and use of information and communication technologies (ICT). In recent years the ICT research community has begun to discover the power of using ANT as an explanatory framework for many of the things in which it is interested, and the journal will facilitate the distribution of research in this area. ICT inevitably involve interactions between technology and people, and this is the area in which ANT is particularly useful. An important goal of this journal will be to facilitate publication of the body of research relating to the use of actor-network theory as a means of understanding socio-technical phenomena and technological innovation.

Journal of Administration & Governance (JOAAG)
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The Journal of Administration & Governance (JOAAG) is a fully refereed bi-annual online journal dedicated to publish significant, interesting, and timely articles, both conceptual and empirical, on issues concerning public administration and governance. It is the official journal of the Network of Asia Pacific Schools and Institutes of Public Administration and Governance (NAPSIPAG).

Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ)
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At the cutting edge since the field began, ASQ is the source of...

  • The best theoretical and empirical work in organization studies
    ASQ regularly publishes the best theoretical and empirical papers based on dissertations and on the evolving and new work of more established scholars. Look to ASQ for new work from young scholars with fresh views, opening new areas of inquiry, and from more seasoned scholars deepening earlier work and staking out new terrain.
  • Interdisciplinary work in organization theory
    ASQ publishes the best organizational theory papers from a number of disciplines, including organizational behavior and theory, sociology, psychology and social psychology, strategic management, economics, public administration, and industrial relations.
  • A range of perspectives and styles
    ASQ publishes qualitative papers as well as quantitative work and purely theoretical papers. Beginning with a special issue on qualitative research in 1979, ASQ set the standard for excellence in qualitative research. Theoretical perspectives and topics in ASQ span the range from micro to macro, from lab experiments in psychology to work on nation-states.
  • Award-winning papers
    For three consecutive years, papers published in ASQ have won the Best Paper Award from the Academy of Management's Organizational Behavior Division. The award is given each year for the most significant contribution to the field of organizational behavior.
  • Informative book reviews
    ASQ publishes thoughtful reviews of books important to the field, giving readers enough information about each book and its contribution so that they can judge for themselves whether the book will be helpful. In addition, in each issue a list of publications received alerts readers to the release of new books on organization studies and business management.

Advanced Engineering Informatics (AEI)
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Advanced computing applications are changing the way engineers interact with computers. Explicit knowledge representation formalisms and new reasoning techniques are no longer the sole territory of artificial intelligence. For knowledge-intensive tasks in engineering, a new philosophy called Engineering Informatics is emerging. Advanced Engineering Informatics is an international journal containing original papers that:

  • Report progress in the engineering discipline of applying computer science.
  • Have engineering relevance and help provide the scientific base to make engineering decision-making more reliable, spontaneous and creative.
  • Contain novel research that demonstrates the science supporting knowledge-intensive engineering tasks.
  • Validate the generality, power and scalability of new methods through vigorous evaluation, preferably both qualitatively and quantitatively.

Advanced Engineering Informatics solicits papers that meet these criteria with particular emphases both on 'knowledge' and 'engineering applications'. Papers missing explicit representation and use of knowledge, such as those describing soft computing techniques and mathematical optimization methods, do not normally qualify for publication in the Journal. Papers must illustrate contributions using engineering examples. Papers that report application of an established method to a new engineering subdomain will qualify only if they convincingly demonstrate noteworthy new power, generality or scalability in comparison with previously reported validation results. Finally, papers that discuss software engineering issues only are not in the scope of this journal.


International Journal of Advanced Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (IJAPUC)
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The International Journal of Advanced Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (IJAPUC) is a refereed, international journal that specialises in publishing any work that deals with aspects of the emerging pervasive and ubiquitous computing field relevant to the Information Systems discipline. Published articles may include coverage of challenges, opportunities, problems, trends, and solutions encountered by both scholars and practitioners in the field of Information Systems. IJAPUC emphasizes pervasive and ubiquitous aspects of Information Systems. Articles published in IJAPUC deal with a vast number of issues concerning usage, failure, success, policies, strategies, and applications of information systems in emerging pervasive and ubiquitous computing environments.

Advances in Decision Sciences (ADS)
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Advances in Decision Sciences is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of decision sciences.

Advances in Engineering Software (AES)
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The objective of this journal is to communicate recent and projected advances in computer-based engineering techniques. The fields covered include mechanical, aerospace, civil and environmental engineering, with an emphasis on research and development leading to practical problem-solving. The scope of the journal includes:

  • innovative computational strategies and numerical algorithms for large-scale engineering problems
  • analysis and simulation techniques and systems
  • model and mesh generation
  • control of the accuracy, stability and efficiency of computational process
  • exploitation of new computing environments (eg distributed heterogeneous and collaborative computing)
  • advanced visualization techniques, virtual environments and prototyping
  • applications of AI, knowledge-based systems, computational intelligence, including fuzzy logic, neural networks and evolutionary computations
  • application of object-oriented technology to engineering problems
  • intelligent human computer interfaces
  • design automation, multidisciplinary design and optimization
  • CAD, CAE and integrated process and product development systems
  • quality and reliability

Journal of Advances in Information Technology (JAIT)
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Journal of Advances in Information Technology (JAIT) is centered around the idea of new and emerging IT advancements geared towards finding solutions in tackling the problems and challenges that we face in the 21st century. This necessitates a forward-looking and multidisciplinary & convergent approach and aims at harnessing advances in computing and IT both to improve our everyday life in a multitude of ways and to meet the challenges of tomorrow. JAIT is intended to reflect new directions of research and report latest advances on IT solutions for managing challenges and problems within the highlighted scope.

African Journal of Information and Communication Technology (AJICT)
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African Journal of Information and Communication Technology (AJ-ICT) is an international journal providing a publication vehicle for complete coverage of all topics of interest to those involved in computing, electronic communications and information technology systems. The Editorial Board will consider for publication any material that is of interest to the defined audience. Material on all aspects of the design, implementation, use and management of computer and communication networks including the Internet, communication subsystems (and all other supporting activities), computer science, software development and engineering, is published. Specifically included are non-technical but topical issues in the economics of ICT, legal and regulatory issues and e-Learning impacts. African Journal of Information and Communication Technology (AJICT) focuses on several broad areas of interest to its readers including:

  1. Telecommunications Theory and Systems
  2. Communication and Sensor Networks
  3. Computer Systems Engineering
  4. Computer Software, Hardware, Prootcols and Algorithms
  5. Wireless and Mobile Communications
  6. Information Systems
  7. Bio-Informatics and e-Technologies
  8. Artificial Intelligence

The African Journal of Information Systems (AJIS)
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The African Journal of Information Systems (AJIS) provides a high caliber scholarly research journal in information and communication technology (ICT). The focus of AJIS is to acquaint a broad audience of readers in the variety of intellectual traditions included under the rubric of ICT in Africa. Therefore, the journal aims at disseminating research on the transfer, diffusion, and adoption of ICT within the context of Africa; the innovation and development of ICT solutions for and within this context; impacts of ICT on society and of society on ICT; and other relevant normative, empirical, and theoretical concerns of ICT development, implementation, strategy, management and policy that are distinctive to Africa and associated developing economies.


AI and Society (AIS)
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AI & Society, the journal of human-centred systems, is a refereed international journal publishing scholarly articles, discussion papers, short communications and reviews of books and other publications. Established in 1987, the journal focuses on the issues associated with the policy, design and management of information, communications and media technologies, and their broader social, economic, cultural and philosophical implications. AI & Society is broad based an strongly interdisciplinary, and welcomes contributions and participation from researchers and practitioners in a variety of fields including information technologies, social sciences, arts and humanities. "Technological innovations offer a great potential for a new social and economic renaissance, but also possess the risk of exclusion of people and their aspirations from shaping the post-industrial society. New technologies provide opportunities for the creation of new forms of employment, human services and living conditions, but at the same time there are dangers of decontextualising identity and thought, and of closing down human capacities for social innovation and sustainability" (New Visions of the Post-Industrial Society, Int. Conf. July 1994). As the 21st Century dawns, a gap is emerging between the reality of the rapidly evolving 'information society' and the humanistic vision of developing socially useful technologies which deal with wider societal issues. AI & Society provides an international forum for analysis of these conflicts and dilemmas, and a focus for a growing community committed to the 'knowledge society' and to 'human-centered' technologies and systems. Rather than concentrate on technical aspects of information and communication systems, AI & Society emphasizes the need to understand the potential and consequences of using these powerful tools.

AI Communications (AIC)
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AI Communications is a journal on Artificial Intelligence which has a close relationship to ECCAI (the European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence). It covers the whole AI community; scientific institutions as well as commercial and industrial companies, AI Communications aims to enhance contacts and information exchange between AI researchers and developers, and to provide supranational information to those concerned with AI and advanced information processing. AI Communications publishes refereed articles concerning scientific and technical AI procedures, provided they are of sufficient interest to a large readership of both scientific and practical background. In addition it contains high-level background material, both at the technical level as well as the level of opinions, policies and news.

AI Magazine (AIMag)
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Called the "journal of record for the AI community," AI Magazine helps AAAI members stay abreast of significant new research and literature across the entire field of artificial intelligence. This quarterly publication features timely, feature-length articles, consistently crafted to be clear enough to permit specialists to review work outside their particular area of expertise.

Algorithmica (Algorithmica)
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Algorithmica is an international journal which publishes theoretical papers on algorithms that address problems arising in practical areas, and experimental papers of general appeal for practical importance or techniques. The development of algorithms is an integral part of computer science. The increasing complexity and scope of computer applications makes the design of efficient algorithms essential. Algorithmica covers algorithms in applied areas such as: VLSI, distributed computing, parallel processing, automated design, robotics, graphics, data base design, software tools, as well as algorithms in fundamental areas such as sorting, searching, data structures, computational geometry, and linear programming. In addition, the journal features two special sections: Application Experience, presenting findings obtained from applications of theoretical results to practical situations, and Problems, offering short papers presenting problems on selected topics of computer science.

Journal of American Health Information Management Association (JAHIMA)
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The Journal of AHIMA is a peer-reviewed publication that serves as a professional development tool for health information management professionals. Our mission is to keep readers current on issues that affect the practice of health information management. We are seeking original manuscripts about current issues and best practices in health information management that present new knowledge, are grounded in experience or applied research, and represent the diversity of new roles in the field. There are a number of subjects of interest to Journal readers, including innovative solutions, research projects, case studies, or technology-based issues. While our coverage is not limited to these, some hot topics in health information management include:

  • Electronic Health Records
  • Revenue Cycle Management
  • Privacy and Security
  • Management Issues
  • Data Quality
  • Personal Health Records
  • Billing and Reimbursement
  • Compliance

The American Journal of Distance Education (AJDE)
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AJDE is the internationally recognized journal of research and scholarship in the field of American distance education. Distance education describes teaching-learning relationships where the actors are geographically separated and communication between them is through technologies such as audio and video broadcasts, teleconferences and recordings; printed study guides; and multimedia systems. The principal technology of current research interest is the World Wide Web, and subfields of distance education therefore include on-line learning, e-learning, distributed learning, asynchronous learning and blended learning. With increasing numbers of individuals and institutions becoming involved in these various forms of distance education, the AJDE offers a solid foundation of valuable research-based knowledge about all aspects of the pedagogy of the field. Peer reviewed articles provide reports on the latest findings in such areas as:

  • building and sustaining effective delivery systems;
  • course design and application of instructional design theories
  • facilitating interaction between students and with instructors;
  • factors influencing student achievement and satisfaction;
  • the changing roles of faculty and changes in institutional culture;
  • administrative and policy issues including cost-effectiveness and copyright.

Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA)
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AMIA's bimonthly journal, JAMIA, presents peer-reviewed articles that assist physicians, informaticians, scientists, nurses, and other health care professionals develop and apply medical informatics to patient care, teaching, research, and health care administration. JAMIA has rapidly established a reputation for presenting high-quality, cutting-edge information. Each issue contains state-of-the-art reviews, discussion forums, and invited editorials presented as brief reviews or full-length papers. A variety of formats accommodates work at all stages, from model formulation through definitive studies.

Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST)
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The Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) is a leading international forum for peer-reviewed research in information science. For more than half a century, JASIST has provided intellectual leadership by publishing original research that focuses on the production, discovery, recording, storage, representation, retrieval, presentation, manipulation, dissemination, use, and evaluation of information and on the tools and techniques associated with these processes. The Journal welcomes rigorous work of an empirical, experimental, ethnographic, conceptual, historical, socio-technical, policy-analytic, or critical-theoretical nature. JASIST also commissions in-depth review articles (Advances in Information Science) and reviews of print and other media.

Annals of Cases on Information Technology (ACIT)
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Became Journal of Cases on Information Technology from 2005. See entry under that name.

Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence (AMAI)
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Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence presents a range of topics of concern to scholars applying quantitative, combinatorial, logical, algebraic and algorithmic methods to diverse areas of Artificial Intelligence, from decision support, automated deduction, and reasoning, to knowledge-based systems, machine learning, computer vision, robotics and planning. The journal features collections of papers appearing either in volumes (400 pages) or in separate issues (100-300 pages), which focus on one topic and have one or more guest editors. Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence hopes to influence the spawning of new areas of applied mathematics and strengthen the scientific underpinnings of Artificial Intelligence.

Annals of Software Engineering (ASE)
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Ceased December 2002.


Annals of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi (AAICUI)
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The Journal called Analele Universitatii "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" Iasi (Annals of the "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" Univesity of Iasi), Economic Sciences Section, was first published in 1954. It is published under the care of the "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University, the oldest higher education institution in Romania, a place of excellence and innovation in education and research since 1860. Throughout its editorial life, the journal has been continuously improving. Renowned professors, well-known in the country and abroad, have published in this journal. The quality of the published materials is ensured both through their review by external reviewers of the institution and by the editorial staff that includes professors for each area of interest. The journal has been and is still published yearly. Given the high quality of the articles published, the journal has a special informative role. It includes articles with a strong impact on the academic environment and the journal has also proven to be a real support to practitioners and specialists in various fields. Thus, the journal is intended for the university staff, researchers, students, practitioners in several areas of economics, entrepreneurs, government officials etc. The journal is divided into the following main sections: Micro and Macroeconomics, Accounting and Economic Analysis, Business Computing, Finance, Public Administration, Management and Marketing, Statistics, Econometrics, Business Communication. Business law papers have also been published in the journal since 1995, as well as articles dealing with Business English and Business French since 2002.

Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST)
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The Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) has long been considered a landmark publication within the information science community. It surveys the landscape of information science and technology, providing the reader with an analytical, authoritative and accessible overview of recent trends and significant developments. One volume is published each year. The range of topics varies considerably, reflecting the dynamism of the discipline and the diversity of theoretical and applied perspectives connoted by the rubric 'information science and technology'. While ARIST continues to cover key topics associated with 'classical' information science (e.g., bibliometrics, information retrieval), the Review is expanding its footprint, prudently and selectively, in an effort to connect information science more tightly with cognate academic and professional communities.

Applicable Algebra in Engineering, Communication and Computing (AAECC)
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Applicable Algebra in Engineering, Communication and Computing publishes mathematically rigorous, original research papers reporting on algebraic methods and techniques relevant to all domains concerned with computers, intelligent systems and communications. Coverage includes vision, robotics, system design, fault tolerance and dependability of systems, VLSI technology, signal processing, signal theory, coding, error control techniques, cryptography, protocol specification, networks, software engineering, arithmetics, algorithms, complexity, computer algebra, programming languages, logic and functional programming, algebraic specification, term rewriting systems, theorem proving, graphics, modeling, knowledge engineering, expert systems, and artificial intelligence methodology. The journal offers papers dealing with problems in commutative or non-commutative algebra, group theory, field theory, or real algebraic geometry, among others.

Applied Artificial Intelligence (AAI)
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Applied Artificial Intelligence addresses concerns in applied research and applications of artificial intelligence (AI). The journal also acts as a medium for exchanging ideas and thoughts about impacts of AI research. Articles highlight advances in uses of AI systems for solving tasks in management, industry, engineering, administration, and education evaluations of existing AI systems and tools, emphasizing comparative studies and user experiences and the economic, social, and cultural impacts of AI. Papers on key applications, highlighting methods, time schedules, person-months needed, and other relevant material are welcome.

Journal of Applied Behaviour Analysis (JABA)
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The Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis is primarily for the original publication of reports of experimental research involving applications of the experimental analysis of behavior to problems of social importance. It will also publish technical articles relevant to such research and discussion of issues arising from behavioral applications. The Journal is published quarterly by the Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Inc., at Lawrence, Kansas.

Applied Categorical Structures (ACS)
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Applied Categorical Structures focuses on applications of results, techniques and ideas from category theory to mathematics, in particular algebra, analysis, order and topology and computer science. These include the study of topological and algebraic categories, representation theory, algebraic geometry, homological and homotopical algebra, derived and triangulated categories, categorical investigations in functional analysis, in continuous order theory, in algebraic and logical type theory, in automata theory, in data bases and in languages. In addition, the journal also follows the development of emerging fields in which the application of categorical methods proves to be relevant. Applied Categorical Structures publishes both carefully refereed research papers and survey papers. It promotes communication and increases the dissemination of new results and ideas among mathematicians and computer scientists who use categorical methods in their research.

Applied Computing Review (ACR)
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Ceased 2005

Applied Intelligence (AI)
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With a focus on research in artificial intelligence and neural networks, this journal addresses issues involving solutions of real-life manufacturing, defense, management, government and industrial problems which are too complex to be solved through conventional approaches and require the simulation of intelligent thought processes, heuristics, applications of knowledge, and distributed and parallel processing. The integration of these multiple approaches in solving complex problems is of particular importance. The journal presents new and original research and technological developments, addressing real and complex issues applicable to difficult problems. It provides a medium for exchanging scientific research and technological achievements accomplished by the international community.

International Journal of Applied Logistics (IJAL)
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The International Journal of Applied Logistics (IJAL) disseminates supply chain management and applied logistic theories, technology development, innovation, and transformation in various economy sectors upon current, advancing technological opportunities and market imperatives. This journal addresses latest academic research and industry practices on emerging enabling technologies including RFID, innovations in logistics and supply chain management, and transformations of a more efficient economy.

Journal of Applied Mathematics and Decision Sciences (JAMDS)
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Renamed Advances in Decision Sciences in 2010.

Applied Ontology (AO)
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Applied Ontology is a new journal whose focus is on information content in its broadest sense. As the subtitle makes clear, two broad kinds of content-based research activities are envisioned: ontological analysis and conceptual modeling. The former includes any attempt to investigate the nature and structure of a domain of interest using rigorous philosophical or logical tools; the latter concerns the cognitive and linguistic structures we use to model the world, as well as the various analysis tools and methodologies we adopt for producing useful computational models, such as information systems schemes or knowledge structures. Applied Ontology is the first journal with explicit and exclusive focus on ontological analysis and conceptual modeling under an interdisciplinary view. It aims to establish a unique niche in the realm of scientific journals by carefully avoiding unnecessary duplication with discipline-oriented journals. For this reason, authors will be encouraged to use language that will be intelligible also to those outside their specific sector of expertise, and the review process will be tailored to this end. For example, authors of theoretical contributions will be encouraged to show the relevance of their theory for applications, while authors of more technological papers will be encouraged to show the relevance of a well-founded theoretical perspective. Moreover, the journal will publish papers focusing on representation languages or algorithms only where these address relevant content issues, whether at the level of practical application or of theoretical understanding. Similarly, it will publish descriptions of tools or implemented systems only where a contribution to the practice of ontological analysis and conceptual modeling is clearly established.

International Arab Journal of e-Technology (IAJeT)
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The aims of this international journal are to provide a forum for original and significant contributions in the field of e-technology, to promote exchange of information and knowledge in research work, to explore the new developments and inventions related to the use of e-technology towards the structuring of an information society, and to assist the academic staff from local and foreign institutions on publishing research results and studies in computer science and information technology through a scholarly publication. Published papers will range from reports on systems that are currently being designed, implemented, and used to theoretical papers concerning formal specification, verification, and synthesis of e-based information systems. Unpublished papers and extended versions of papers presented at conferences may be submitted for possible publication in the journal. Surveys and tutorial papers are welcome. In all cases, acceptance of papers will be based on originality and contribution.

International Arab Journal of Information Technology (IAJIT)
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The aims of this international journal are to provide a forum for original and significant contributions in the field of information technology, to promote exchange of information and knowledge in research work, to explore the new developments and inventions related to the use of information technology towards the structuring of an information society, and to assist the academic staff from local and foreign institutions on publishing research results and studies in computer science and information technology through a scholarly publication. Published papers will range from reports on systems that are currently being designed, implemented, and used to theoretical papers concerning formal specification, verification, and synthesis of information systems. Unpublished papers and extended versions of papers presented at conferences may be submitted for possible publication in the journal. Surveys and tutorial papers are welcome. In all cases, acceptance of papers will be based on originality and contribution. The scope of the journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • AI & Expert Systems
  • Database Systems
  • Systems Software
  • Computer Networks
  • Computer Architecture
  • Parallel & Distributed Systems
  • Internet & the Web
  • Computer Graphics
  • Computer Simulation
  • Digital Telecommunications
  • Neural Networks
  • Software Engineering
  • Distance Learning
  • Algorithms & Applications
  • Image Processing
  • Arabic Language Processing
  • IT & Society
  • Information Systems
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Reliability & Fault Tolerance
  • Computer Ethics
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Bioinformatics
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • E-commerce
  • Computer Security

Archival Science (AS)
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Archival Science promotes the development of archival science as an autonomous scientific discipline. The journal covers all aspects of archival science theory, methodology, and practice. Moreover, it investigates different cultures and promotes the exchange and comparison of concepts, views, and attitudes around the world. Archival Science’s approach is integrated, interdisciplinary, and intercultural. Its scope encompasses the entire field of recorded process-related information, analyzed in terms of form, structure, and context. To meet its objectives, the journal draws from scientific disciplines that deal with the function of records and the way they are created, preserved, and retrieved; the context in which information is generated, managed, and used; and the social and cultural environment of records creation at different times and places.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)
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Artificial Intelligence, which commenced publication in 1970, is now the generally accepted international forum for the publication of results of current research in this field. The journal welcomes basic and applied papers describing mature work involving computational accounts of aspects of intelligence. Specifically, it welcomes papers on:

  • automated reasoning
  • computational theories of learning
  • heuristic search
  • knowledge representation
  • qualitative physics
  • signal, image and speech understanding
  • robotics
  • natural language understanding
  • software and hardware architectures for AI.

The journal reports results achieved; proposals for new ways of looking at AI problems must include demonstrations of effectiveness. From time to time, the journal publishes survey articles.


Artificial Intelligence in Engineering (AIE)
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See Advanced Engineering Informatics

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIM)
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Artificial Intelligence in Medicine publishes original articles from a wide variety of interdisciplinary perspectives concerning the theory and practice of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine, human biology, and health care. Particular attention is given to:

  • AI-based clinical decision making
  • medical knowledge engineering
  • knowledge-based and agent-based systems
  • computational intelligence in bio- and clinical medicine
  • intelligent medical information systems
  • AI in medical education
  • intelligent devices and instruments
  • automated reasoning and metareasoning in medicine
  • methodological, philosophical, ethical, and social issues of AI in medicine

Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (JAIR)
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JAIR's editorial board is dedicated to the rapid dissemination of important research results to the global AI community. The journal's scope encompasses all areas of Artificial Intelligence, including automated reasoning, cognitive modeling, knowledge representation, learning, natural language, neural networks, perception, and robotics. Articles published in JAIR must meet the highest quality standards, as measured by originality and significance of the contribution. Papers should describe work that has both practical and theoretical significance. Authors must clearly articulate all claims, and support them by empirical experiments or theoretical analyses. When appropriate, we encourage authors to implement their work and demonstrate its utility on significant problems; any experiments reported should be reproducible. Papers describing systems should clearly describe the contributions or the principles underlying them. Papers describing theoretical results should also discuss their practical utility. In general, it should be clear how the work advances the current state of understanding and why the advance matters. Papers should report on what was learned in doing the work, rather than merely on what was done.

Artificial Intelligence Review (AIR)
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Artificial Intelligence Review publishes state-of-the-art research reports and critical evaluations of applications, techniques and algorithms in artificial intelligence, cognitive science and related disciplines. It serves as a forum for the work of researchers and application developers from these fields. Artificial Intelligence Review also presents refereed survey and tutorial articles, as well as reviews and commentary on significant developments.

The Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research (APJOR)
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The Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research (APJOR) provides a forum for practitioners, academics and researchers in Operational Research and related fields, within and beyond the Asia-Pacific region. APJOR will place submissions in one of the following categories: General, Theoretical, OR Practice, Reviewer Survey, OR Education, and Communications (including short articles and letters). Theoretical papers should carry significant methodological developments. Emphasis is on originality, quality and importance, with particular emphasis given to the practical significance of the results. Practical papers, illustrating the application of Operation Research, are of special interest.

International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM)
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The International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM) provides timely and in-depth analysis on the globalization and sustained development of Asian commerce and management technologies with a clear international and interdisciplinary approach. A comprehensive resource for policy makers, government officials, academicians, and practitioners, this journal contains a wealth of valuable research on theories and practices which underpin successful business and management in Asia.

Asian Journal of Information Management (AJIM)
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Asian Journal of Information Management is an international, peer-reviewed journal which aims to bring its readers the very best analysis and discussion in the field of information management. Prospective authors are invited to submit manuscripts for possible publication in the Asian Journal of Information Management. The journal publishes original material concerned with all aspects of the development, use and management of information technology (IT) in a global context. The mission of the journal is to be the primary forum for researchers and practitioners to disseminate the evolving knowledge on global IT. Original contributions concerning any aspect of global information management from both scholars and practitioners are welcome.

Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS)
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The Journal of the Association of Information Systems (Journal of AIS), the flagship research journal of the Association for Information Systems, publishes the highest quality scholarship in the field of information systems. JAIS is inclusive in scope and covers all aspects of Information Systems and Information Technology. The Journal publishes rigorously developed and forward looking conceptual and empirical contributions. The Journal encourages multidisciplinary and nontraditional approaches. Empirical contributions may use any appropriate methodology as long as the research is soundly designed and executed. The Journal particularly welcomes contributions that provide theoretical insights that advance our understanding of information systems and information technology in organizations and society. New insights may include proposing a new theoretical model, challenging or clarifying existing theory, integrating diverse strands of research in information systems so as to advance new concepts and relationships, or developing a compelling argument for the field to develop a new theory. Given our inclusive perspective, we refrain from delineating explicit topics in which we are interested.

Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (AJET)
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The Australasian Journal of Educational Technology is a refereed journal publishing research and review articles in educational technology, instructional design, educational applications of computer technologies, educational telecommunications and related areas. AJET's principal supporting societies are: Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE); Australian Society for Educational Technology (ASET); International Society for Performance Improvement, Melbourne Chapter. Ceased paper publication in 2007.

Australasian Journal of Information Systems (AJIS)
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Renamed from the Australian Journal of Information Systems from volume 11 (2003). Open access since December 2006. AJIS publishes high quality contributions to theory and practice in the global Information Systems (IS) discipline. It is particularly interested in IS knowledge drawn from or applied to Australasia and in the Asia-Pacific region. The journal welcomes submissions on research and conceptual development based in a very wide range of inquiry methods, ways of thinking and modes of expression. AJIS was founded in 1993 by Rob MacGregor at the University of Wollongong and has been published by the Australasian Association for Information Systems (AAIS) through the Australian Computer Society Digital Library (ACS) since 2006.

Australian Educational Computing (AEC)
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Australian Educational Computing is the refereed journal of the Australian Council for Computers in Education and is published twice a year. ACCE offers this journal free to educators with the hope that articles will inspire and motivate teachers to use ICT in their classrooms.

Australian Journal of Educational Technology (AJET)
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The Australian Journal of Educational Technology was renamed to the Australasian Journal of Educational Technology from 20(2) in 2004. Ceased 2007.

Australian Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society (AJETS)
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The Australian Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society(AJETS) was renamed as the International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society in 2010.

Australian Journal of Management (AJM)
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The objectives of the Australian Journal of Management are to encourage and publish research in the field of management. The terms management and research are both broadly defined. The former includes the management of firms, groups, industries, regulatory bodies, government and other institutions. The latter encompasses both discipline- and problem-based research. Consistent with this policy the Australian Journal of Management publishes research in accounting, applied economics, finance, industrial relations, political science, psychology, statistics, and other disciplines, provided the application is to management, as well as research in areas such as marketing, corporate strategy, operations management, organisation development, Decision analysis, and other problem-focused paradigms.

Journal of Automated Reasoning (JAR)
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The Journal of Automated Reasoning is an interdisciplinary journal that maintains a balance between theory, implementation and application. The spectrum of material published ranges from the presentation of a new inference rule with proof of its logical properties to a detailed account of a computer program designed to solve various problems in industry. The main fields covered are automated theorem proving, logic programming, expert systems, program synthesis and validation, artificial intelligence, computational logic, robotics, and various industrial applications. The papers share the common feature of focusing on several aspects of automated reasoning, a field whose objective is the design and implementation of a computer program that serves as an assistant in solving problems and in answering questions that require reasoning. The Journal of Automated Reasoning provides a forum and a means for exchanging information for those interested purely in theory, those interested primarily in implementation, and those interested in specific research and industrial applications.

Automated Software Engineering (AutSE)
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This journal details research, tutorial papers, survey and accounts of significant industrial experience in the foundations, techniques, tools and applications of automated software engineering technology. This includes the study of techniques for constructing, understanding, adapting, and modeling software artifacts and processes. Coverage in Automated Software Engineering examines both automatic systems and collaborative systems as well as computational models of human software engineering activities. In addition, it presents knowledge representations and artificial intelligence techniques applicable to automated software engineering, and formal techniques that support or provide theoretical foundations. The journal also includes reviews of books, software, conferences and workshops.

Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS)
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This is the official journal of the International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems. It provides a leading forum for disseminating significant original research results in the foundations, theory, development, analysis, and applications of autonomous agents and multi-agent systems. Coverage in Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems includes:

  • Agent decision-making architectures and their evaluation
  • Cooperation and teamwork
  • Agent communication languages, their semantics, pragmatics, and implementation, and agent communication protocols and conversations
  • Ontologies for agent systems, agents and the semantic web, agents and semantic web services, Grid-based systems, and service-oriented computing
  • Significant, novel applications of agent technology
  • Comprehensive reviews and authoritative tutorials of research and practice in agent systems
  • Comprehensive and authoritative reviews of books dealing with agents and multi-agent systems.

Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management (JBAM)
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The Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management (JBAM) is the completely on-line academic publication of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management (IBAM). IBAM created the Journal to provide an international outlet for its contributors and members in support of its mission. That mission states: "The rigor associated with the pursuit of academic excellence, coupled with the experience of practicing managers, provides the foundation for the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management (IBAM). While stressing the importance of a culturally diverse membership base, IBAM provides a forum for the presentation, discussion, and publication of papers submitted by academics, practitioners and students. IBAM emphasizes the continuing development of academics, practitioners, and students."

Journal of Behavioral Decision Making (JBDM)
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The Journal of Behavioral Decision Making is a multidisciplinary journal with a broad base of content and style. It publishes original empirical reports, critical review papers, theoretical analyses and methodological contributions. The objective of the Journal is to present and stimulate behavioral research on decision making and to provide a forum for the evaluation of complementary, contrasting and conflicting perspectives. Studies of behavioral decision making in naturalistic and applied settings are encouraged. Articles on specialist topics aim for wider readability by including fully referenced introductions on the background to a particular study and, where possible, discuss the broader implications of the work. The Journal especially welcomes manuscripts that deal with issues that have cross-disciplinary impact. Such manuscripts will be considered for publication together with a selection of commentaries from members of the editorial board. Reviews are "collaborationist" in the sense that reviewers are asked to do more than point out flaws and will suggest design improvements, new ideas, relevant references and follow-up studies. Reviewers are offered the opportunity to publish commentaries alongside the article. Papers published in the Journal of Behavioral Decision Making will encompass:

  • individual decision making
  • management science and decision aids, emphasizing the role of judgment and behavioral factors in the implementation of decision technologies
  • interpersonal and small group decision making
  • organizational decision making
  • strategic decision making
  • social and political structuring of decision making, providing a broad account of the social context and its constraints on decision making
  • behavioral economics
  • expert systems, emphasizing the modeling of judgment and behavioral issues in evaluation and implementation
  • consumer decision making
  • behavioral accounting
  • medical and clinical decision making

Behaviour and Information Technology (BIT)
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Information technology is more than just traditional computers: it includes telecommunications, office systems, industrial automation, robotics and even consumer products. Behaviour and Information Technology (BIT) deals with the human aspects of this technology and reports original research and development on the design, use and impact of information technology in all its forms. Its strictly refereed papers come from a variety of disciplines, including psychology, cognitive science, computer science, ergonomics, sociology, management education and training. BIT attracts a wide, international readership, from researchers and system designers to personnel specialists and planners.

Berkeley Technology Law Journal (BTLJ)
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The Berkeley Technology Law Journal is the USA's preeminent journal of law and technology. It is a student-run publication of the Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California at Berkeley. BTLJ editors and members work year round, striving to keep judges, policymakers, practitioners, and the academic community abreast of the dynamic fields of intellectual property, high-tech, and biotech.

BioData Mining (BDM)
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BioData Mining, is an open access, peer reviewed, online journal encompassing research on all aspects of data mining applied to high-dimensional biological and biomedical data, focusing on computational aspects of knowledge discovery from large-scale genetic, transcriptomic, genomic, proteomic, and metabolomic data. Topical areas include, but are not limited to:

  • Development, evaluation, and application of novel data mining and machine learning algorithms.
  • Adaptation, evaluation, and application of traditional data mining and machine learning algorithms.
  • Open-source software for the application of data mining and machine learning algorithms.
  • Design, development and integration of databases, software and web services for the storage, management, retrieval, and analysis of data from large scale studies.
  • Pre-processing, post-processing, modeling, and interpretation of data mining and machine learning results for biological interpretation and knowledge discovery.

Biodiversity Informatics (BI)
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This electronic journal focuses on the emerging field of biodiversity informatics--the creation, integration, analysis, and understanding of information regarding biological diversity. The journal encourages submissions in any area of the biodiversity informatics enterprise. We distinguish between two types of submissions; full manuscripts and application notes. Application notes are shorter papers (typically not exceeding ten manuscript pages) that announce and describe a new biodiversity informatics application. Full manuscripts may still include details on any particular biodiversity informatics tool, but the scope of the paper should be larger than that single application. Full manuscipts should include more details about shared development challenges and solutions for the whole community, and how the work fits in with broad development or research questions of importance to the biodiversity research or biodiversity tool development community.

Bioinformation (Bioinformation)
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Bioinformation is a scientific journal publishing research articles in biological knowledge discovery after full peer review. It is a transparent media for scholarly communication of scientific information in biology. Bioinformation is added in DOAJ and listed in HIWW. All articles are published, without barriers to access, immediately upon acceptance. The abstracts of published papers will be indexed in major indexing databases after the completion of one year from the launch date. Bioinformation publishes original research articles in all aspects of biological knowledge discovery through mathematical and computational analysis of biological data. The journal specifically invites articles describing new biological insights based on primary or derived data.

  • Biology aspect of Bioinformation
    Agriculture, Biochemistry, Cancer Biology, Cell Biology, Clinical Medicine, Immunology, Infectious diseases, Inflammation. Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Molecular Evolution, Structural Biology, Tissue Engineering, Transplantation
  • Information aspect of Bioinformation
    Data cleaning, data storage, data representation, data retrieval, data analysis and knowledge extraction
  • Enabling Technologies
    By definition, articles describing databases, datasets, prediction servers, prediction models and computer programs are classified under enabling technologies.

Journal of Biomedical Informatics (JBI)
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The Journal of Biomedical Informatics (formerly Computers and Biomedical Research) has been redesigned to reflect a commitment to high-quality original research papers and reviews in the area of biomedical informatics. Although published articles are motivated by applications in the biomedical sciences (for example, clinical medicine, health care, population health, imaging, and bioinformatics), the journal emphasizes reports of new methodologies and techniques that have general applicability and that form the basis for the evolving science of biomedical informatics. Articles on medical devices, and formal evaluations of completed systems, including clinical trials of information technologies, would generally be more suitable for publication in other venues. Papers on applications of signal processing and image analysis are often more suitable for biomedical engineering journals, although we do publish papers that emphasize the information management and knowledge representation/modeling issues that arise in the storage and use of biological signals. System descriptions are welcome if they illustrate and substantiate the underlying methodology that is the principal focus of the report.

Biomedizinische Technik (BMT)
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Biomedizinische Technik / Biomedical Engineering (BMT) is a high-quality forum for the exchange of knowledge in the fields of biomedical engineering, medical information technology and biotechnology/bioengineering. As an established journal with a tradition of 50 years, BMT addresses engineers, natural scientists, and clinicians working in research, industry, or clinical practice. Subject areas are:

  • diagnostic imaging
  • image processing, biosignal processing, modelling and simulation, biomechanics
  • information and communication in medicine, telemedicine and e-health
  • surgery, minimum invasive interventions, endoscopy and image guided therapy
  • diagnostic and therapeutic instrumentation, clinical engineering
  • micro and nanosystems in medicine, active implants, biosensors
  • neuroengineering, neural systems, rehabilitation and prosthetics
  • biomaterials, cellular and tissue engineering, artificial organs
  • biomedical engineering for audiology, ophthalmology, emergency and dental medicine
  • general subjects (e.g., education and training, health technology assessment)
  • special topics (e.g., linking proteomics and genomics with biomedical engineering, emergency medicine).

BioSystems (BS)
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BioSystems encourages experimental, computational, and theoretical articles that link biology, evolutionary thinking, and the information processing sciences. The link areas form a circle that encompasses the fundamental nature of biological information processing, computational modeling of complex biological systems, evolutionary models of computation, the application of biological principles to the design of novel computing systems, and the use of biomolecular materials to synthesize artificial systems that capture essential principles of natural biological information processing. The categories and topics listed below are examples: the editors will be happy to comment on the relevance of other topics.

  • Molecular Evolution
    • Self-organizing and self-replicating systems
    • Origins and evolution of the genetic mechanism
  • Biological Information Processing
    • Molecular recognition
    • Cellular control
    • Neuromolecular computing
    • Biological adaptability
    • Molecular computing technologies
  • Evolutionary Systems
    • Stochastic evolutionary algorithms
    • Evolutionary optimization
    • Simulation of genetic and ecological systems
    • Applications (neural nets. machine learning, robotics)

BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making (MIDM)
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BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making is an Open Access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on information management, systems and technology in healthcare and the study of medical decision making.

Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society (JBCS)
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JBCS - the Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society - is a formal quarterly publication of the Sociedade Brasileira de Computa

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)
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The British Journal of Educational Technology provides readers with the widest possible coverage of developments in international educational and training technology. BJET is a primary source for academics and professionals in learning technology. Articles cover the whole range of education and training, concentrating on the theory, applications and development of learning technology and communications. There is a particular interest in the application of new information and communications technologies. The Colloquium section publishes shorter contributions, summarising work in progress, raising queries and questioning received wisdom.

British Journal of Healthcare Computing and Information Management (BJHCIM)
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Restructured and moved to a newsletter format.

Bulletin of Applied Computing and Information Technology (BACIT)
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The Bulletin of Applied Computing and Information Technology (BACIT)

Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (BASIST)
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The Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology is ASIS&T's primary means of maintaining regular contact with its membership regarding ASIS&T activities. This e-magazine is also a vehicle for sharing news and information regarding developments in the field of information science and technology, including policy and political developments. It publishes opinion and quality, brief, timely articles. The Bulletin?s primary audience is information science practitioners. It is not a refereed publication and does not publish research papers.

BuR - Business Research (BuR)
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BuR - Business Research is the official journal of the German Academic Association of Business Research. It electronically publishes high-quality articles and offers an open access to all interested readers. It will thus ensure the widest possible dissemination worldwide as already shown by some highly successful natural science journals.

International Journal of Business Data Communications and Networking (IJBDCN)
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Data Communications and Networks are no longer peripheral issues best left to the IT team, they are integral components of any modern information system and in many cases are essential to the success or failure of the organisation. This journal aims to disseminate practical and theoretical information, which will enable readers to understand, manage, use and maintain business data communication networks more effectively. International Journal of Business Data Communications and Networking covers both guided and wireless communications of voice, data, images and video and their impact on the organisations in which they are used. The journal aims to address the key issues for businesses utilising data communications and the increasing importance of networking technologies in business.

Business Information Review (BIR)
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Business Information Review (BIR) is the only journal devoted entirely to the practice of business information provision. Its content is especially tailored to the needs of business information professionals - whether information managers, librarians, knowledge managers, researchers, analysts, consultants, print or electronic publishers. Its readers are to be found in the corporate sector, in government agencies and other public institutions, in private consultancy, and in universities and business schools. BIR's aims are to:

  • Report on and assess best current practice in business information provision.
  • Review and evaluate the available business information resources that practitioners use, and anticipate new forms of resource.
  • Consider the direction in which business information is moving and highlight new developments that are beginning to impact on its provision.
  • Draw attention to related disciplines and practices that influence business information provision - including legal, regulatory, economic, social and technological developments.
  • Speculate on longer term developments, providing early warning of issues that might affect business information provision in the future.

The outcomes BIR's readers can expect include:

  • Practical, detailed expert advice, presented in an authoritative yet readable way.
  • The opportunity to step back from day-to-day concerns and consider where business information is going and what this may mean for its future provision.
  • A 'brain dump' on current practice on which to draw when faced with new challenges, service changes and project development.
  • The opportunity to prepare for the unexpected by thinking laterally and 'out of the box'.
  • Challenges to conventional wisdom, to help readers 'think the unthinkable' so as not to be taken by surprise in the future.

International Journal of Business Information Systems (IJBIS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
The main objectives of IJBIS are to promote the research and practice of new strategies, tools, techniques and technologies for the design, development and implementation of BIS. This will help improving the organisational competitiveness in both service and manufacturing industries around the world. IJBIS aims to help professionals working in the field of BIS, academic educators, industry consultants, and practitioners to contribute, to disseminate and to learn from each other’s work. The global dimension is emphasised to overcome cultural and national barriers and to meet the accelerating technological changes and changes in global economy. IJBIS aims to act as a forum for exchanging innovative ideas and sharing research and practical experiences in BIS. IJBIS publishes original papers, review papers, technical reports, case studies, conference reports, management reports, book reviews, notes, commentaries, and news. Also, IJBIS will publish system development and applications papers. IJBIS particularly encourages papers of applications in nature on industrial experience on the validation of prototype implementations. The list of topics of interest to IJBIS include but are not limited to:

  • Economic models for information systems
  • Data mining, data warehousing and information logistics
  • Geo-BIS
  • Language technology for BIS
  • Mobile e-Business
  • Legal information systems
  • Business intelligence
  • Web services for e-Business
  • Knowledge management
  • Decision support systems
  • Strategic information systems
  • Artificial intelligence and expert systems
  • Accounting information systems
  • Balanced scorecard
  • IT/IS evaluation
  • Multimedia
  • E-commerce
  • Enterprise resource planning and supply chain
  • Internet standards, protocols and communication systems
  • Virtual organisations
  • Marketplaces
  • Customer relationship management
  • Performance measures and metrics

Business Intelligence Journal (BIJ)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
The Business Intelligence Journal is a quarterly journal that focuses on all aspects of unbiased, crucial business intelligence (BI) and data warehousing (DW) knowledge. The Journal's name and content reflect TDWI's mission to educate business and IT professionals about the array of technologies and disciplines required to deliver valuable insight to business users and help organizations operate more intelligently.

Business Process Management Journal (BPMJ)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-21]
This journal examines how a variety of business processes intrinsic to organizational efficiency and effectiveness are integrated and managed for competitive success. Business processes are a fundamental building block of organizational success. Even though effectively managing business process is a key activity for business prosperity there remain considerable gaps in understanding how to drive efficiency through a process approach. Building a clear and deep understanding of the range process, how they function, and how to manage them is the major challenge facing modern business. Coverage:

  • BPM in eBusiness, eCommerce and eGovernment.
  • Web-based enterprise application integration.
  • eBPM, ERP, CRM, ASP & SCM.
  • Knowledge management and learning organisation.
  • Methodologies, techniques and tools of business process modeling, analysis and design.
  • Techniques of moving from one-shot business process re-engineering to continuous improvement.
  • Best practices in BPM.
  • Performance management.
  • Tools and techniques of change management.
  • BPM case studies.

Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods (EJBRM)
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The Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods is intended to provide perspectives on topics relevant to research in the field of business and management. Through its publication the journal aims to contribute to the development of theory and practice. The journal will accept academically robust papers that contribute to the area of research in business and management. Every paper submitted to the journal is blind-refereed by two members of the editorial board or other suitably qualified readers. The Editor reserves the right to reject papers that, in the view of the editorial board, are either of insufficient quality, or are not relevant enough to the subject area. The editor is happy to discuss contributions before submission.

Journal of Business Systems, Governance and Ethics (JBSGE)
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The Journal of Business Systems, Governance and Ethics is an on-line peer reviewed journal whose purpose is to facilitate the publication of research articles in the related fields of Business Systems, Corporate Governance and Ethical issues arising from these areas.

California Management Review (CMR)
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CMR interprets management broadly, to include subject matter taught in business schools as well as work in other fields that is applicable to management functions and practices. CMR typically publishes articles that extend our knowledge of a given topic either by building upon existing theories or by presenting new empirical work. CMR is particularly interested in manuscripts that focus on corporate strategy and organization, the management of technology, business and public policy, and managing in the global business economy. Articles that present the results of original research and analysis are given high priority, but we also invite reports on business surveys, analyses or descriptions of new or revised business techniques, and perspectives on contemporary social, economic, and political issues. We also welcome articles by practitioners on contemporary business policies and practices as well as revisions of papers originally prepared for academic conferences or scholarly publications. All submissions are subject to peer review.

Campus-Wide Information Systems (CWIS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-13]
Campus-Wide Information Systems publishes cutting-edge research and case studies relating to administrative, academic and library computing, as well as other educational technologies. The journal analyses the latest theories, applications and services relating to planning, developing, managing, using and evaluating information technologies in higher education. Publishes: Research articles illustrating and critiquing educational technologies and new uses of technology in education Issue-or results-focused case studies detailing examples of technology applications in higher education In-depth analyses of the latest theories, applications and services in the field. Coverage includes:

  • INNOVATIONS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING WITH TECHNOLOGY
    • The changing roles of teacher and student
    • Technology and student learning
    • Teaching in new technology environments
    • Interactive teaching modules
    • Standards and assessment
  • NEW TECHNOLOGIES
    • Wireless communication and instruction
    • Voice recognition
    • Mobile computing
    • Advanced networking applications
  • IT IMPLEMENTATION AND SUPPORT
    • Designing and developing computer networks
    • Technology support services
    • Managing Web based resources
    • Digital libraries
    • Information repositories
  • PLANNING AND ADMINISTRATION
    • Developing and maintaining networks effectively and efficiently
    • Managing a networked environment infrastructure
    • Course management systems
    • Accreditation of distance learning programmes
    • Campus portals
    • Computer security
    • Intellectual property.

Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology (CJLT)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-27]
The Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology is a peer-reviewed journal that welcomes papers on all aspects of educational technology and learning. Topics may include, but are not limited to: learning theory and technology, cognition and technology, instructional design theory and application, online learning, computer applications in education, simulations and gaming, and other aspects of the use of technology in the learning process. Manuscripts may be submitted either in English or in French.
Note: CJLT was formerly called the Canadian Journal of Educational Communication (CJEC).

International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce (IJCEC)
|Subscription required |DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-02]

Ceased 2007


Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT)
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Formerly Annals of Cases in Information Technology. In every discipline, some of the most powerful tools in the hands of educators, researchers, and managers are documented case studies based on the experiences of others. This is particularly true for information systems educators and professionals. Case studies are tremendous sources of solutions, knowledge, ideas, innovations, and lessons related to utilization and management of information systems in organizations. As a refereed, international journal, the Journal of Cases on Information Technology's primary mission is to provide effective understanding, solutions, and lessons learned by organizations worldwide in the utilization and management of information systems applications, technology, and resources.

Journal of Clinical Bioinformatics (JCBi)
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Journal of Clinical Bioinformatics is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal publishing original research on all aspects of the development of bioinformatics approaches, including tools, methodologies and data integration, for clinical and translational medicine. JCBi aims to elucidate how biological and medical information can be applied to the development of personalized healthcare, medication and therapies. JCBi is a forum for the translation of bioinformatics and computational methods into clinical and medical applications, as well as the advancement of our understanding of the molecular and cellular mechanisms of diseases.

Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing (JCMC)
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The Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing is dedicated to the exchange of knowledge and clinical information through the rapid, accurate publication of empirical clinical studies, case reports, didactic tutorial reviews of monitoring techniques and novel methods, reports of societal meetings, and issues relating to clinical aspects of monitoring, as well as evaluations of monitoring equipment, instrumentation and technology, progress in biotechnology , computer and E-learning technologies applied to anesthesia and critical care medicine. It is intended for clinicians and researchers in all fields of clinical and surgical monitoring, including anesthesiology, intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring, neurointensive monitoring, neurology, clinical neurophysiology, cardiology, audiology, critical care, physical therapy, obstetrics and perinatology, surgery, clinical and biomedical engineering, computer applications and E-learning.

Cognition (Cognition)
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Cognition is an international journal publishing theoretical and experimental papers on the study of the mind. Contributions include research papers in the fields of psychology, linguistics, computer science, neuroscience, mathematics, ethology and philosophy.Only papers that meet the highest standards of quality in the relevant disciplines are published. The journal includes research papers, short experimental reports, review monographs, discussions and replies. It also serves as a forum for discussion of every aspect of cognitive science as a field. From time to time the journal publishes special issues on flourishing research areas such as connectionism, literacy and the biology of cognition. Cognition publishes many of the most important papers in cognitive science and is the premier international and interdisciplinary journal in the field. It is required reading for anyone who wishes to keep up to date in this exciting research area.

International Journal of Cognitive Informatics and Natural Intelligence (IJCINI)
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The development and the cross fertilization between the aforementioned science and engineering disciplines have led to a whole range of extremely interesting new research areas known as CI and NI. The International Journal of Cognitive Informatics and Natural Intelligence (IJCINI) encourages submissions that transcends disciplinary boundaries, and is devoted to rapid publication of high quality papers. The themes of IJCINI are Natural Intelligence, Autonomic Computing, and Neuroinformatics. IJCINI is expected to provide the first forum and platform in the world for researchers, practitioners, and graduate students to investigate cognitive mechanisms and processes of human information processing, and to stimulate the transdisciplinary effort on cognitive informatics and natural intelligent research and engineering applications.

Cognitive Science (CS)
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Cognitive Science aims to publish interdisciplinary research on cognition that is of the highest significance and quality. Published work must be interdisciplinary in at least one of two senses: It combines methods from multiple cognitive science disciplines, or it presents results from a single discipline that are of theoretical significance to multiple disciplines. Relevant disciplines include, but are not limited to, anthropology, computer science, education, human factors, linguistics, neuroscience, philosophy, and psychology. Appropriate articles must reach original conclusions using a rigorous methodology.

Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies (OJCMT)
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The Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies (OJCMT) is an international, rigorously peer-reviewed journal in the field of Communication and its related fields. OJCMT is interested in research not only on Theory and Practice of Communication and Media Studies but also new trends and developments, Communication in Education, Visual Communication and Design, Integrated Marketing Communication and Advertising. OJCMT is published four times a year in January, April, July and October. Each article is reviewed by two blind reviewers from an internationally recognized pool of reviewers.

Communication Research (CR)
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Communication processes are a fundamental part of virtually every aspect of human social life. Communication Research publishes articles that explore the processes, antecedents, and consequences of communication in a broad range of societal systems. These include the following:

  • mass media
  • interpersonal
  • health
  • political
  • new technology
  • organization
  • intercultural
  • family

International Journal of Communication Systems (IJCS)
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The International Journal of Communication Systems provides a forum for R&D, open to researchers from all types of institutions and organisations worldwide, aimed at the increasingly important area of communication technology. The Journal's emphasis is particularly on the issues impacting behaviour at the system, service and management levels. Published ten times a year, it provides coverage of advances that have a significant potential to impact the immense technical and commercial opportunities in the communications sector. The International Journal of Communication Systems strives to select a balance of contributions that promotes technical innovation allied to practical relevance across the range of system types and issues. The Journal addresses both public communication systems (Telecommunication, mobile, Internet, and Cable TV) and private systems (Intranets, enterprise networks, LANs, MANs, WANs). The following key areas and issues are regularly covered:

  • Transmission/Switching/Distribution technologies (ATM, SDH, TCP/IP, routers, DSL, cable modems, VoD, VoIP, WDM, etc.)
  • System control, network/service management
  • Network and Internet protocols and standards
  • Client-server, distributed and Web-based communication systems
  • Broadband and multimedia systems and applications, with a focus on increased service variety and interactivity
  • Trials of advanced systems and services; their implementation and evaluation
  • Novel concepts and improvements in technique; their theoretical basis and performance analysis using measurement/testing, modelling and simulation
  • Performance evaluation issues and methods.

Journal of Communications (JCM)
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Journal of Communications (JCM) is a scholarly peer-reviewed international scientific journal published monthly, focusing on theories, methods, and algorithms in communications. It provide a high profile, leading edge forum for academic researchers, industrial professionals, engineers, consultants, managers, educators and policy makers working in the field to contribute and disseminate innovative new work on communications.

Communications in Information Literacy (CIL)
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Communications in Information Literacy (CIL) is an independent, professional, refereed electronic journal dedicated to advancing knowledge, theory, and research in the area of information literacy. CIL is committed to the principles of information literacy as set forth by the Association of College and Research Libraries. CIL is also committed to the principles of open access for academic research.

Communications of the ACM (CACM)
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Communications of the ACM is the leading monthly print and online magazine for the computing and information technology fields. Read by over 85,000 computing professionals worldwide, Communications is recognized as the most trusted and knowledgeable source of industry information for today?s computing professional. ACM?s membership, recognized internationally as the "computing elite," is made up of the IT industry?s most respected leaders and decision makers. Each month, Communications brings its readership in-depth coverage of emerging areas of computer science, new trends in Information Technology, and practical applications. Industry leaders use Communications of the ACM as a platform to present and debate various technology implications, public policies, engineering challenges, and market trends. To keep pace with the ever-changing technology industry and ACM membership base, the magazine is in the process of undergoing significant change in 2008, which includes a complete redesign of its look and feel and editorial model, scheduled to first appear in the July 2008 issue. Development of a new dynamic website that will appeal to ACM members, industry insiders, and advertisers is scheduled for later in the year. The prestige and unmatched reputation that Communications of the ACM enjoys today is built upon a 50-year commitment to high quality editorial content and a steadfast dedication to advancing the arts, sciences, and applications of information technology.

Communications of the Association for Information Systems (CAIS)
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Communications of AIS aims to provide an outlet for subjects falling outside the focus of many research journals including:

  • tutorials on the state of the art
  • applications
  • cases
  • opinion
  • innovation and novel concepts
  • teaching
  • international work and points of view

Articles can deal with technical subjects (e.g., data base design, systems analysis) managerial subjects (e.g., strategic use, implementation) or current topics (e.g., outsourcing, data warehousing, data mining, business intelligence, CRM, knowledge management). No matter what the particular area of an article, a sound conceptual basis is required. Communications of AIS does not have page limits. Authors are encouraged to submit backup material (such as detailed data, explanatory appendices, screen images, survey measures, and programs) to create a richness in the articles that can usually not be found in conventional printed journals because of their limited space.


Communications of the IBIMA (CIBIMA)
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The Communications of the IBIMA (CIBIMA) aims at publishing quality research papers,view points, and conceptual papers that significantly contribute the body knowledge of the field of information management in terms of theory and practice. CIBIMA is an online open access journal that will publish full papers that have been blind reviewed. The journal aims to bridge academia and industry with significant contributions of theory and best practices.

Communications of the International Information Management Association (CIIMA)
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Communications of the IIMA is the official journal of the annual meeting of the International Information Management Association. CIIMA publishes quality manuscripts of presentations that make significant contributions to theory, knowledge, and practice in the areas of information systems, information technology and information resources management. CIIMA is published four times a year featuring articles that have been presented at our yearly conference. Manuscripts are blind reviewed by a minimum of 2 members of the editorial board. CIIMA is not a proceedings and manuscripts published in this journal meet a special editorial standard of excellence and relevance. While authors of accepted manuscripts are encouraged and expected to discuss their research at the annual conference, membership in the IIMA is the only requirement for publication of accepted manuscripts in CIIMA.

Journal of Community Informatics (JCI)
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Community Informatics (CI) is the study and the practice of enabling communities with Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs). CI seeks to work with communities towards the effective use of ICTs to improve their processes, achieve their objectives, overcome the "digital divides" that exist both within and between communities, and empower communities and citizens in the range of areas of ICT application including for health, cultural production, civic management, e-governance among others. CI is concerned with how ICT can be useful to the range of traditionally excluded populations and communities, and how it can support local economic development, social justice and political empowerment using the Internet. CI is a point of convergence concerning the use of ICTs for diverse stakeholders, including community activists, nonprofit groups, policymakers, users/citizens, and the range of academics working across (and integrating) disciplines as diverse as Information Studies, Management, Computer Science, Social Work, Planning and Development Studies. Emerging issues within the CI field include: community access to the internet, community information, online civic participation and community service delivery, community and local economic development, training networks, telework, social cohesion, learning, e-health and e-governance. The Journal of Community Informatics aims to bring together a global range of academics, CI practitioners and national and multi-lateral policy makers policy makers. Each issue of the Journal of Community Informatics will contain a number of double blind peer-reviewed research articles as well as commentaries by leading CI practitioners and policy makers providing feedback on how the significance and application of research for practice and policy development.

Comparative Technology Transfer and Society (CTTS)
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Comparative Technology Transfer and Society ceased.

International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Applications (IJCIA)
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The International Journal of Computational Intelligence and Applications, IJCIA, is a refereed journal dedicated to the theory and applications of computational intelligence (artificial neural networks, fuzzy systems, evolutionary computation and hybrid systems). The main goal of this journal is to provide the scientific community and industry with a vehicle whereby ideas using two or more conventional and computational intelligence based techniques could be discussed. The IJCIA welcomes original works in areas such as neural networks, fuzzy logic, evolutionary computation, pattern recognition, hybrid intelligent systems, symbolic machine learning, statistical models, image/audio/video compression and retrieval. The IJCIA greatly encourages new ideas, combining two or more areas, such as neuro-fuzzy, neuro-symbolic, neuro-evolutionary, neuro-symbolic, neuro-pattern recognition, fuzzy-evolutionary, evolutionary-symbolic, fuzzy-evolutionary, evolutionary-symbolic, fuzzy-symbolic, etc. to be submitted.

Computer (Computer)
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Computer, the flagship publication of the IEEE Computer Society, publishes peer-reviewed technical content that covers all aspects of computer science, computer engineering, technology, and applications. The articles selected for publication are edited to enhance readability for the general Computer reader. Computer is a resource that practitioners, researchers, and managers can rely on to provide timely information about current research developments, trends, best practices, and changes in the profession.

Computer and Information Science (CIS)
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Encourage and publish research in the field of computer, information science, e-business, internet, electronic and relevant subjects.

Journal of Computer and System Sciences (JCSS)
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The Journal of Computer and System Sciences publishes original research papers in computer science and related subjects in system science, with attention to the relevant mathematical theory. Applications-oriented papers may also be accepted. Research areas include traditional subjects such as:

  • Theory of algorithms and computability
  • Formal languages
  • Automata theory

Contemporary subjects such as:

  • Complexity theory
  • Algorithmic Complexity
  • Parallel & distributed computing
  • Computer networks
  • Neural networks
  • Computational learning theory
  • Database theory & practice
  • Computer modeling of complex systems

Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (JCAL)
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The Journal of Computer Assisted Learning is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, international journal which covers the whole range of uses of information and communication technology to support learning and knowledge exchange. It aims to provide a medium for communication between researchers and the practitioners and to foster collaborative research. It is a rich source of material for research students in areas such as collaborative learning, knowledge engineering, open, distance and networked learning, developmental psychology and evaluation. The research themes are treated in a way which will maximize their influence on developments and practice in education, vocational training and professional development. Each volume includes one, sometimes two, Special Issues and these provide readers with an in-depth perspective on a specific topic. First published in 1985, JCAL continues to have the aim of making the outcomes of contemporary research and experience accessible. During this period there have been major technological advances offering new opportunities and approaches in the use of a wide range of technologies to support learning and knowledge transfer more generally. There is currently much emphasis on the use of network functionality and the challenges its appropriate uses pose to teachers/tutors working with students locally and at a distance.

Journal of Computer Information Systems (JCIS)
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Published four times a year, the Journal for Computer Information Systems (JCIS) is the forum for International Association of Computer Information Systems members and other information systems and business professionals to present their research and ideas. Each issue provides a wealth of timely and informative articles and research summaries. JCIS articles are indexed in the major research databases. The JCIS acceptance rate is 12-13%. The editors of JCIS welcome your interest in The Journal.

The Computer Journal (CJ)
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The Computer Journal publishes research papers in a full range of subject areas, as well as regular feature articles and occasional themed issues to enable readers to easily access information outside their direct area of research. The journal provides a complete overview of developments in the field of Computer Science.

Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine (CMPB)
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To encourage the development of formal computing methods, and their application in biomedical research and medical practice, by illustration of fundamental principles in biomedical informatics research; to stimulate basic research into application software design; to report the state of research of biomedical information processing projects; to report new computer methodologies applied in biomedical areas; the eventual distribution of demonstrable software to avoid duplication of effort; to provide a forum for discussion and improvement of existing software; to optimize contact between national organizations and regional user groups by promoting an international exchange of information on formal methods, standards and software in biomedicine. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine covers computing methodology and software systems derived from computing science for implementation in all aspects of biomedical research and medical practice. It is designed to serve: biochemists; biologists; geneticists; immunologists; neuroscientists; pharmacologists; toxicologists; clinicians; edipemiologists; psychiatrists; psychologists; cardiologists; chemists; (radio)physicists; computer scientists; programmers and systems analysts; biomedical, clinical, electrical and other engineers; teachers of medical informatics and users of educational software.

Computer Personnel (CP)
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Ceased publication in 1999.

International Journal of Computer Processing of Languages (IJCPOL)
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The International Journal of Computer Processing Of Languages (IJCPOL), originally known as the International Journal of Computer Processing of Oriental Languages, was founded in Summer 1983. IJCPOL provides an international publishing and archival platform for human language research works in different forms of language (visual, graphical, sign and textual); in different cultures (English, Japanese, etc.); and in different applications (e-commerce, education, etc). Submissions of original papers are invited in, but not restricted to, the following areas:

  • Natural Language Processing
  • Computational Linguistics
  • Machine Translation
  • Multi-lingual Information Processing
  • Linguistic Resources and Evaluation
  • Information Extraction and Information Retrieval
  • Knowledge Discovery, Ontology and Semantic Web
  • Spoken Language Processing
  • Sign and Graphical Languages Processing
  • Character Recognition
  • Input methods (in particular for oriental languages)
  • Language processing for E-Commerce and E-Education

International Journal of Computer Processing of Oriental Languages (IJCPOL)
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Renamed International Journal of Computer Processing of Languages

Computer Science and Information Systems (ComSIS)
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Computer Science and Information Systems (ComSIS) is an international refereed journal, published in Serbia. The objective of ComSIS is to communicate important research and development results in the areas of computer science, software engineering, and information systems. We publish original papers of lasting value covering both theoretical foundations of computer science and commercial, industrial, or educational aspects that provide new insights into design and implementation of software and information systems. ComSIS also welcomes surveys papers that contribute to the understanding of emerging and important fields of computer science. Regular columns of the journal cover reviews of newly published books, presentations of selected PhD and master theses, as well as information on forthcoming professional meetings. In addition to wide-scope regular issues, ComSIS also includes special issues covering specific topics in all areas of computer science and information systems. ComSIS publishes invited and regular papers in English.

Journal of Computer Security (JCS)
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The Journal of Computer Security presents research and development results of lasting significance in the theory, design, implementation, analysis, and application of secure computer systems. It also provides a forum for ideas about the meaning and implications of security and privacy, particularly those with important consequences for the technical community. The journal provides an opportunity to publish articles of greater depth and length than is possible in the proceedings of various existing conferences, while addressing an audience of researchers in computer security who can be assumed to have a more specialized background than the readership of other archival publications. The journal welcomes contributions on all aspects of computer security: confidentiality, integrity, and assurance of service - that is, protection against unauthorized disclosure or modification of sensitive information, or denial of service. Of interest is a precise understanding of security policies through modelling, as well as the design and analysis of mechanisms for enforcing them, and the architectural principles of software and hardware systems implementing them.

Computer Standards and Interfaces (CSI)
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Computer Standards & Interfaces is concerned with the specification, development and application of standards and with high-level publications of developments and methods in the following areas:

  • Standards, Information Management, Formal Methods - Computers, Processors, Storage, Operating systems, Languages, Databases, Graphics, User interface, Multimedia, Information security, Office automation, Development of standards and instruments, Applications
  • Software Quality, Software Process - Languages, Operating systems, Programming, Requirements specification, Design & implementation, Inspection & test, Maintenance, Product and process evaluation, Performance, Tools, Metrics, Embedded systems, Software in measurement and technical systems including real-time aspects, Development of International Standards in Software Engineering
  • Distributed Systems, Open Systems, E-Topics - Digital interfaces, System and device buses, Fieldbuses, Data communication, Distributed computing, Protocols, Open systems interconnection, Local and wide area networks, Internet, Worldwide Web, Network security, Cryptology, E-services, E-business, E-commerce
  • Data Acquisition - Analog-to-digital conversion, Specification, Modelling, Industrial electronics, Real-time systems, Laboratory automation, Automatic measurement, Process control, Electromagnetic compatibility
  • Digital Instruments Standardisation - Forum of EUPAS, European Project for ADC-based devices, Standardisation (IMEKO TC-4 Working Group on A/D and D/A Converter Metrology), IEEE TC-10, IEC TC-42-WG8, IEC TC-85-WG16; Standardi-sation of specifications, modelling, testing, and analog and digital processing for digital instruments

CS&I also covers general topics concerning the standardisation process, such as technical, political and commercial aspects of standards, their impact on the marketplace, cost/benefit analyses, legislative issues, and relationships among national and international standards bodies.


Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)
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Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) disseminates innovative research results and provides an interdisciplinary forum for the debate and exchange of ideas concerning theoretical, practical, technical, and social issues in CSCW. The journal encompasses the diverse nature of research within the field and its related areas. Coverage ranges from ethnographic studies of cooperative work to reports on the development of CSCW systems and their technological foundations.

International Journal of Computer Vision (IJCV)
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International Journal of Computer Vision (IJCV) details the science and engineering of this rapidly growing field. Regular articles present major technical advances of broad general interest. Short articles provide a fast publication path for novel research results. Survey articles offer critical reviews of the state of the art and/or tutorial presentations of pertinent topics. Coverage includes:

  • Mathematical, physical and computational aspects of computer vision: image formation, processing, analysis, and interpretation; machine learning techniques; statistical approaches; sensors.
  • Applications: image-based rendering, computer graphics, robotics, photo interpretation, image retrieval, video analysis and annotation, multi-media, and more.
  • Connections with human perception: computational and architectural aspects of human vision.

Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (JCMC)
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The Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (JCMC) is a web-based, peer-reviewed scholarly journal. Its focus is social science research on computer-mediated communication via the Internet, the World Wide Web, and wireless technologies. Within that general purview, the journal is broadly interdisciplinary, publishing work by scholars in communication, business, education, political science, sociology, media studies, information science, and other disciplines. Acceptable formats for submission include original research articles, meta-analyses of prior research, synthesizing literature surveys, and proposals for special issues. JCMC is available online only.

Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics (CMIG)
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The purpose of the journal Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics is to act as a source for the exchange of information concerning the medical use of new developments in radiological and imaging diagnoses. Included in the journal will be medical scanning techniques, statistical evaluations, reports of new advances in imaging modalities, and all other information related to the medical application of computerized radiology. In addition, information on non-radiological modes of imaging that have medical applications such as ultrasound, confocal microscopy, infra-red radiation, atomic force microscopy, and other imaging modalities would be welcomed. The journal is a vehicle for the rapid publication of original research papers, review articles, and preliminary publications in the field of computerized medical imaging and graphics. Papers published in the journal should be of interest to radiologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, ophthalmologists, proctologists, nephrologists, oncologists, and specialists in internal medicine. Please note this Journal does not accept Case Reports.

Journal of Computers (JCP)
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Journal of Computers (JCP) is a scholarly peer-reviewed international scientific journal published monthly for researchers, developers, technical managers, and educators in the computer field. It provide a high profile, leading edge forum for academic researchers, industrial professionals, engineers, consultants, managers, educators and policy makers working in the field to contribute and disseminate innovative new work on all the areas of computers. JCP invites original, previously unpublished, research, survey and tutorial papers, plus case studies and short research notes, on both applied and theoretical aspects of computers.

Computers and Composition (CC)
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Computers and Composition: An International Journal is devoted to exploring the use of computers in writing classes, writing programs, and writing research. It provides a forum for discussing issues connected with writing and computer use. It also offers information about integrating computers into writing programs on the basis of sound theoretical and pedagogical decisions, and empirical evidence. It welcomes articles, reviews, and letters to the Editors that may be of interest to readers, including descriptions of computer-aided writing and/or reading instruction, discussions of topics related to computer use of software development; explorations of controversial ethical, legal, or social issues related to the use of computers in writing programs; and to discussions of how computers affect form and content for written discourse, the process by which this discourse is produced, or the impact this discourse has on an audience.

Computers and Education (CE)
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Computing and communication technology continue to make an ever-increasing impact on all aspects of cognition, education and training, from primary to tertiary and in the growing open and distance learning environment. The journal is an established technically-based, interdisciplinary forum for communication in the use of all forms of computing in this socially and technologically significant area of application and will continue to publish definitive contributions to serve as a reference standard against which the current state-of-the-art can be assessed. The Editors welcome any papers on cognition, educational or training systems development using techniques from and applications in any technical knowledge domain: social issues and gender issues; curricula considerations, graphics, simulations, computer-aided design, computer integrated manufacture, artificial intelligence and its applications including intelligent tutoring systems and computer assisted language learning; hypertext and hypermedia; user interfaces to learning systems; management of technological change on campus and in local education; uses of advanced technology information systems, networks, terrestrial and satellite transmissions and distributed processing; and virtual reality in an educational context; state-of-the-art summaries and review articles.

Computers and Industrial Engineering (CIE)
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Industrial engineering is one of the earliest fields to utilize computers in research, education, and practice. Over the years, computers and electronic communication have become an integral part of industrial engineering. The journal aims at an audience of researchers, educators and practitioners of industrial engineering and associated fields. It publishes original contributions to the development of new computerized methodologies for solving industrial engineering problems, and applications of these methodologies to problems of interest to the broad industrial engineering and associated communities. It encourages submissions that expand the frontiers of the fundamental theories and concepts underlying industrial engineering techniques. It also serves as a venue for articles evaluating the state of the art of computer applications in various industrial engineering and related topics, and research in the utilization of computers in industrial engineering education. Papers reporting on applications of industrial engineering techniques to real life problems are welcome, as long as they satisfy the criteria of originality in the choice of the problem and the tools utilized to solve it, generality of the approach for applicability to other problems, and significance of the results produced. A major aim of the journal is to foster international exchange of ideas and experiences among scholars and practitioners with shared interests all over the world.

Computers and Operations Research (COR)
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Operations research and computers meet in a large number of scientific fields, many of which are of vital current concern to our troubled society. These include, among others, ecology, transportation, safety, reliability, urban planning, economics, inventory control, investment strategy and military analysis. This journal provides an international forum for the application of computers and operations research techniques to problems in these and related fields. The common element in all these scientific areas which this journal addresses is the methodology for determining viable solutions to problems using computers and the techniques of operations research. However, it is not only the mathematical methodology which is of interest. The applications are of equal importance and the two are mutually supportive since understanding the application helps one greatly to comprehend the mathematical methods used and vice versa. The journal will therefore concern itself with these scientific fields of application and will be accordingly broad in scope of subject matter. The form, content and language of the articles will take cognizance of this breadth of applications and of the consequent fact that many readers may not be expert in the particular scientific field to which the computer and operations research techniques are applied by the author. This journal will also publish articles containing interesting applications even though there may be no new techniques involved. These should be labeled as case studies. It is important that they be actual cases of interest and significance which the authors were asked to analyze. The content and presentation of this international journal is such as to provide maximum utility to researchers, teachers and practitioners who have an interest in operations research, computers and the subject matter of the fields of application served by these.

Computers and Security (CS)
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The official journal of Technical Committee 11 (computer security) of the International Federation of Information Processing. Computers & Security is the most respected technical journal in the IT security field. Now in its 21st year, with a new editorial board and new regular features and columns, the journal is essential reading for IT security professionals around the world. Computers & Security provides you with a unique blend of leading edge research and sound practical management advice. It is aimed at the professional involved with computer security, audit, control and data integrity in all sectors - industry, commerce and academia. Recognized worldwide as THE primary source of reference for applied research and technical expertise it is your first step to fully secure systems.

Computers in Biology and Medicine (CBM)
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Computers in Biology and Medicine is a medium of international communication of the revolutionary advances being made in the application of the computer to the fields of bioscience and medicine. The Journal encourages the exchange of important research, instruction, ideas and information on all aspects of the rapidly expanding area of computer usage in these fields. The Journal focuses on such areas as

  1. Analysis of Biomedical Systems: Solutions of Equations;
  2. Synthesis of Biomedical Systems: Simulations;
  3. Special Medical Data Processing Methods;
  4. Special Purpose Computers and Clinical Data Processing for Real Time, Clinical and Experimental Use; and
  5. Medical Diagnosis and Medical Record Processing. Also included are the fields of
  6. Biomedical Engineering; and
  7. Medical Informatics as well as Bioinformatics. The journal is expanding to include
  8. Medical Applications of the Internet and World Wide Web;
  9. Human Genomics;
  10. Proteomics; and
  11. Functional Brain Studies.

The publication policy is to publish

  1. new, original articles that have been appropriately reviewed by competent scientific people,
  2. surveys of developments in the fields,
  3. pedagogical papers covering specific areas of interest, and
  4. book reviews pertinent to the field.

Articles which examine the following topics of special interest are being featured in Computers in Biology and Medicine: computer aids to the analysis of biochemical systems, computer aids to biocontrol-systems engineering, neuronal simulation by digital-computer gating components, automatic computer analysis of pictures of biological and medical importance, use of computers by commercial pharmaceutical and chemical organizations, radiation-dosage computers, and accumulating and recalling individual medical records, real-time languages, interfaces to patient monitors, clinical chemistry equipment, data handling and display in nuclear medicine and therapy.


Computers in Human Behavior (CHB)
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Computers in Human Behavior is a scholarly journal dedicated to examining the use of computers from a psychological perspective. Original theoretical works, research reports, literature reviews, software reviews, book reviews and announcements are published. The journal addresses both the use of computers in psychology, psychiatry and related disciplines as well as the psychological impact of computer use on individuals, groups and society. The former category includes articles exploring the use of computers for professional practice, training, research and theory development. The latter category includes articles dealing with the psychological effects of computers on phenomena such as human development, learning, cognition, personality, and social interactions. The journal addresses human interactions with computers, not computers per se. The computer is discussed only as a medium through which human behaviors are shaped and expressed. The primary message of most articles involves information about human behavior. Therefore, professionals with an interest in the psychological aspects of computer use, but with limited knowledge of computers, will find this journal of interest.

Computers in Industry (CI)
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The aim of Computers in Industry is to publish original, high-quality, application-oriented research papers that:

  • Show new trends in and options for the use of Information and Communication Technology in industry;
  • Link or integrate different technology fields in the broad area of computer-applications for industry;
  • Link or integrate different application areas of ICT in industry.

General topics covered include the following areas:

  • The unique application of ICT in business processes such as design, engineering, manufacturing, purchasing, physical distribution, production management and supply chain management. This is the main thrust of the journal. It includes research in integration of business process support, such as in enterprise modelling, ERP, EDM.
  • The industrial use of ICT in knowledge intensive fields such as quality control, logistics, engineering data management, and product documentation will certainly be considered.
  • Demonstration of enabling capabilities of new or existing technologies such as hard real time systems, knowledge engineering, applied fuzzy logic, collaborative work systems, and intelligence agents are also welcomed.
  • Papers solely focusing on ICT or manufacturing processes may be considered out of scope.

Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching (JCMST)
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JCMST is a highly respected scholarly journal which offers an in-depth forum for the interchange of information in the fields of science, mathematics, and computer science. JCMST is the only periodical devoted specifically to using information technology in the teaching of mathematics and science.

Computers, Informatics, Nursing (CIN)
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CIN's ongoing mission to keep you in touch with the latest technological advances so critical to your success as a nursing professional. As always, CIN's focus will be to bring the sciences of computers, information, and nursing together in every issue. CIN covers the application of computer technology to contemporary nursing practice, explaining the "how-to" and "why" at each step of the way. From the computer novice to experienced user, CIN offers a complete package that delivers realistic solutions. Readers discover how to use technology to save time and money, increase productivity, and improve communication. Continuing education contact hours are available in every issue.

Journal of Computing and Information Technology (CIT)
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Journal of Computing and Information Technology (CIT) is an international journal covering the area of computer science and engineering, modelling and simulation and information systems. CIT publishes original scientific and professional papers, short notes, review articles and surveys, as well as book reviews. Specific areas of interest include:

  • Theory of computing
  • Numerical and symbolic computing
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Image processing
  • Pattern Recognition
  • Robot vision
  • Real-time systems
  • Operating systems
  • Software engineering
  • Networking
  • Interfaces and multimedia
  • Strategic management
  • Database systems
  • Decision support systems
  • Security
  • Discrete and continuous simulation
  • Computational statistics
  • Natural language processing
  • Computational linguistics

Special attention is paid to educational, social, legal and managerial aspects of computing and information technology. In this respect the CIT journal fosters exchange of ideas, experience and knowledge between regions with different technological and cultural background, in particular in Central and Eastern Europe and Mediterranean.


Journal of Computing in Higher Education (JCHE)
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The Journal of Computing in Higher Education publishes original research, literature reviews, implementation and evaluation studies, theoretical, conceptual, and policy papers that contribute to our understanding of the issues, problems, and research associated with instructional technologies and educational environments. The journal publishes well-documented articles and provides a comprehensive source of information on instructional technology integration. Priority is given to the publication of rigorous, original manuscripts concerning research and integration of instructional technology in higher education. The journal provides perspectives on the research and integration of instructional technology in higher education.

Constraints (Constraints)
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This journal provides a common forum for the many disciplines interested in constraint programming and constraint satisfaction and optimization, and the many application domains in which constraint technology is employed. It covers all aspects of computing with constraints, including: theory and practice, algorithms and systems, reasoning and programming, logics and languages. Relevant disciplines and application domains include, but are not limited to: Disciplines: artificial intelligence, automated reasoning, combinatorial algorithms, databases, discrete mathematics, operations research, programming languages, satisfiability and computational logic. Domains: agents, bioinformatics, design and configuration, graphics, visualization, user interfaces, human-computer interaction and decision support, robotics, machine vision and computational linguistics, scheduling, planning, resource allocation, temporal and spatial reasoning.

Contemporary Management Research (CMR)
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Contemporary Management Research is a double-blind referred academic journal for all fields of management, such as accounting, management information system, electronic commerce, information systems and technology, business administration, marketing, consumer behavior, Internet marketing, financial and banking, human resource, economics, international business, operations management, technology and innovation management, business ethics. All theoretical, empirical and applied manuscripts will be considered for publication.

Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies (Convergence)
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Convergence is an international refereed academic paper journal which was set up in 1995 to address the creative, social, political and pedagogical issues raised by the advent of new media technologies. As an international research journal it provides a forum both for monitoring and exploring developments and for publishing vital research. Published quarterly (from 1997) in paper form and adopting an inter-disciplinary approach Convergence has developed this area into an entirely new research field. The principal aims of Convergence are:

  • to develop critical frameworks and methodologies which enable the reception, consumption and impact of new technologies to be evaluated in their domestic, public and educational contexts
  • to contextualise the study of those new technologies within existing debates in media studies, and to address the specific implications of the increasing convergence of media forms
  • to monitor the conditions of emergence of new media technologies, their subsequent mass production and the development of new cultural forms
  • to promote discussion and analysis of the creative and educational potentials of those technologies, and to contextualise those cultural practices within wider cultural and political debates.

International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems (IJCIS)
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The International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems (IJCIS) addresses the intricacies of cooperative work in the framework of distributed interoperable information systems. It provides a forum for the presentation and dissemination of research covering all aspects of CIS design, requirements, functionality, implementation, deployment, and evolution. IJCIS will publish papers describing original ideas and new results, on topics that include, but are not limited to:
  • CIS Principles
  • Architectures and communication protocols for CIS
  • Information Agents
  • Large-Scale Knowledge Bases for CIS
  • Core Technology for CIS
  • Theoretical Frameworks and Formal Methods for CIS
  • CIS Implementation Techniques
  • Integration Challenges
  • Information Modelling and Reasoning techniques for CISs
  • Advanced CIS Programming
  • Information Engineering for CIS
  • Re-Engineering
  • Business Process Management Systems: Architectures, Concepts, Technology

Crossroads (XRDS)
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The mission of Crossroads is to: Provide students with accessible articles on a wide range of computer science related topics; Provide a forum for students to share their work with others; Provide a forum for ACM student chapters to exchange ideas; Provide a forum for dissemination of ACM student services information; and to Provide a student member benefit that attracts new student members to the Association for Computer Machinery (ACM).

International Journal of Cyber Criminology (IJCC)
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International Journal of Cyber Criminology (IJCC) is a peer reviewed interdisciplinary journal published biannually and devoted to the study of cyber crime, cyber criminal behavior, cyber victims, cyber laws and cyber investigations. IJCC will be both print (published by Serials Publications) and online (open access) Journal. IJCC will focus on all aspects of cyber/computer crime: Forms of Cyber Crime, Impact of Cyber crimes in the real world, Policing Cyber space, Cyber-terrorism, International Perspectives of Cyber Crime, developing cyber safety policy, intrusion investigations, information security, Cyber Victims, Cyber Psychopathology, Geographical aspects of Cybercrime, Cyber offender behavior, cyber crime law, Cyber Pornography, Physical Computer Security, Privacy & Anonymity on the Net, Internet Fraud & Identity Theft, Mobile Phone Safety, Online Gambling, Copyright and Intellectual property Law, Detection of Distributed Denial of Service Attacks, Firewall Testing and Digital Forensics. As the discipline of Cyber Criminology approaches the future, facing the dire need to document the literature in this rapidly changing area has become more important than ever before. The IJCC will be a nodal centre to develop and disseminate the knowledge of cyber crimes to the academic and lay world. The journal publishes theoretical, methodological, and applied papers, as well as book reviews.

Data and Knowledge Engineering (DKE)
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Database Systems and Knowledgebase Systems share many common principles. Data & Knowledge Engineering (DKE) stimulates the exchange of ideas and interaction between these two related fields of interest. DKE reaches a world-wide audience of researchers, designers, managers and users. The major aim of the journal is to identify, investigate and analyze the underlying principles in the design and effective use of these systems. DKE achieves this aim by publishing original research results, technical advances and news items concerning data engineering, knowledge engineering, and the interface of these two fields. DKE covers the following topics:

  1. Representation and Manipulation of Data & Knowledge: Conceptual data models. Knowledge representation techniques. Data/knowledge manipulation languages and techniques.
  2. Architectures of database, expert, or knowledge-based systems: New architectures for database / knowledge base / expert systems, design and implementation techniques, languages and user interfaces, distributed architectures.
  3. Construction of data/knowledge bases: Data / knowledge base design methodologies and tools, data/knowledge acquisition methods, integrity/security/maintenance issues.
  4. Applications, case studies, and management issues: Data administration issues, knowledge engineering practice, office and engineering applications.
  5. Tools for specifying and developing Data and Knowledge Bases using tools based on Linguistics or Human Machine Interface principles.
  6. Communication aspects involved in implementing, designing and using KBSs in Cyberspace.

DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems (DATABASE)
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The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems is a quarterly publication of the Special Interest Group on Management Information Systems of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM-SIGMIS). The publication is the primary vehicle of communication to the membership, presenting articles of practical research significance and relating experiences in the area of business uses of information systems. We seek to provide an accessible, flexible, and timely forum for information on both well-researched topics and those less common, perhaps leading-edge topics which may not yet have found their way into the literature. We welcome the opportunity to publish materials that are controversial or which may as yet be untested.

Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery (DMKD)
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The premier technical publication in the field, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery is a resource collecting relevant common methods and techniques and a forum for unifying the diverse constituent research communities. The journal publishes original technical papers in both the research and practice of data mining and knowledge discovery, surveys and tutorials of important areas and techniques, and detailed descriptions of significant applications. Coverage includes:

  • Theory and Foundational Issues
  • Data Mining Methods
  • Algorithms for Data Mining
  • Knowledge Discovery Process
  • Application Issues.

Data Science Journal (DataSJ)
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The Data Science Journal is a peer-reviewed electronic journal publishing papers on the management of data and databases in Science and Technology. Details can be found in the prospectus. The scope of the journal includes descriptions of data systems, their publication on the internet, applications and legal issues. All of the Sciences are covered, including the Physical Sciences, Engineering, the Geosciences and the Biosciences, along with Agriculture and the Medical Science. The journal publishes papers about data and data systems; it does not publish data or data compilations. However it may publish papers about methods of data compilation or analysis.

International Journal of Data Warehousing and Mining (IJDWM)
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International Journal of Data Warehousing and Mining aims to publish and disseminate knowledge on an international basis in the areas of data warehousing and data mining. It is published multiple times a year, with the purpose of providing a forum for state-of-the-art developments and research, as well as current innovative activities in data warehousing and mining. In contrast to other journals, this journal focuses on the integration between the fields of data warehousing and data mining, with emphasize on the applicability to real world problems. The journal is targeted at both academic researchers and practicing IT professionals.

Journal of Database Management (JDM)
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The Journal of Database Management publishes original research on all aspects of database management, design science, systems analysis and design, and software engineering. The primary mission of JDM is to be instrumental in the improvement and development of theory and practice related to information technology, information systems, and management of knowledge resources. The journal is targeted at both academic researchers and practicing IT professionals.

Decision Analysis (DA)
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Decision Analysis is a quarterly journal dedicated to advancing the theory, application, and teaching of all aspects of decision analysis. The primary focus of the journal is to develop and study operational decision-making methods, drawing on all aspects of decision theory and decision analysis, with the ultimate objective of providing practical guidance for decision makers. As such, the journal aims to bridge the theory and practice of decision analysis, facilitating communication and the exchange of knowledge among decision analysts in academia, business, industry, and government.

Decision Sciences Journal (DSJ)
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Decision Sciences publishes scholarly research about decision making within the boundaries of an organization, as well as decisions involving inter-firm coordination. The journal promotes research advancing decision making at the interfaces of business functions and organizational boundaries. The journal also seeks articles extending established lines of work assuming the results of the research have the potential to substantially impact either decision making theory or industry practice. Ground-breaking research articles that enhance managerial understanding of decision making processes and stimulate further research in multi-disciplinary domains are particularly encouraged. Decision Sciences recognizes that a delicate balance must be maintained between publishing traditional scholarly research and promoting novel, seminal research in new frontiers. Through its focus on contemporary decision problems, the journal welcomes articles utilizing diverse research approaches that address the many complex phenomena of the decision making process. By publishing articles with theoretical, empirical, and analytical research methods, Decision Sciences recognizes that business scholars often share a common interest in gaining greater insights into complex decision problems, independent of research methods. The journal encourages research examining different types of decision problems ranging from strategic to operational that occur in various forms including inter-organizational, group-based, and technology-enabled. Since approaches to decision making may differ in different economies and cultures, Decision Sciences encourages articles advancing decision making theory and practices around the globe. Articles published in Decision Sciences must meet high standards of research rigor and originality, while embracing managerial relevance, not only in the research problem studied, but also in their impact on enhanced decision making. The journal also publishes notes dealing with technical and methodological issues as well as theoretically-driven review and integration articles, particularly those focusing on an emerging topic or redirection of a line of research.

Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education (DSJIE)
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Devoted to publication of significant research relevant to teaching and learning issues in the decision sciences, Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education (DSJIE) is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Decision Sciences Institute. Concerned with the decision sciences at the union of the quantitative and behavioral approaches to managerial decision making, it seeks to promote scholarship encompassing all of the functional areas of business, including (but not limited to) accounting, business strategy and entrepreneurship, economics, finance, international business and globalization, marketing, MIS/DSS and computer systems, organizational behavior/organizational design, operations and logistics management, quantitative methods and statistics.

International Journal of Decision Support System Technology (IJDSST)
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The primary objective of the International Journal of Decision Support System Technology (IJDSST) is to provide comprehensive coverage for DMSS technology issues. The issues can involve, among other things, new hardware and software for DMSS, new models to deliver decision making support, dialog management between the user and system, data and model base management within the system, output display and presentation, DMSS operations, and DMSS technology management. Since the technology?s purpose is to improve decision making, the articles are expected to link DMSS technology to improvements in the process and outcomes of the decision making process. This link can be established theoretically, mathematically, or empirically in a systematic and scientific manner.

Decision Support Systems (DSS)
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Decision Support Systems welcomes contributions on the concepts and operational basis for DSSs, techniques for implementing and evaluating DSSs, DSS experiences, and related studies. In treating DSS topics, manuscripts may delve into, draw-on, or expand such diverse areas as artificial intelligence, cognitive science, computer supported cooperative work, data base management, decision theory, economics, linguistics, management science, mathematical modeling, operations management psychology, user interface management systems, and others. The common thread of articles published in the journal will be their relevance to theoretical, technical DSS issues. The Journal's research papers tend to fall into the following six topic departments:

  1. DSS Foundations.
  2. DSS Development-Functionality.
  3. DSS Development-Interfaces.
  4. DSS Impacts and Evaluation.
  5. DSS Reference Studies.
  6. DSS Experiences, Management, and Education.

International Journal of Digital Crime and Forensics (IJDCF)
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The International Journal of Digital Crime and Forensics (IJDCF) provides state-of-the-art coverage in the development of legal evidence found in computers and electronic storage mediums. IJDCF addresses the use of electronic devices and software for crime prevention, investigation, and the application of a broad spectrum of sciences to answer questions of interest to the legal system. This fully refereed journal contains high quality theoretical and empirical research articles, research reviews, case studies, book reviews, tutorials, and editorials in this field.

Digital Culture & Education (DCE)
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Digital Culture & Education (DCE) is an international inter-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal. This interactive, open-access web-published journal is for those interested in digital culture and education. The journal is devoted to analysing the impact of digital culture on identity, education, art, society, culture and narrative within social, political, economic, cultural and historical contexts.

Digital Education Review (DER)
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Digital Education Review (DER) is a magazine designed as a space for dialogue and reflection on the impact of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) in education as well as new forms of teaching and learning in digital environments. ICT plays an especially important role in education and education systems, presenting arguments and challenges. Analyzing the impact of ICT and new forms of literacy and learning are the main focus of interest in Digital Education Review. The interest of the magazine focuses on topics related to digital literacies and those aspects related to virtual learning, virtual design, development of cognitive tools, materials, hypermedia, Internet, evaluation of ICT for education, etc.

Journal of Digital Information (JDI)
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Journal of Digital Information is a peer-reviewed electronic journal about the management, presentation and uses of information in digital environments covering research, technical, design and practical issues aimed at researchers, developers and teachers, mainly but not only in technical disciplines, also technical librarians and publishers. This broad, interdisciplinary approach is suited to an e-journal structure, where topics can be inter-linked and points of convergence identified. The journal invites submissions for the following themes: digital libraries; hypermedia systems; hypertext criticism; information discovery; information management; social issues of digital information use in real and virtual spaces; usability of digital information.

Journal of Digital Information Management (JDIM)
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Journal of Digital Information Management (JDIM) is an exclusive journal that would address the following areas:

  • Information overload
  • Econtent Management
  • Web Publishing
  • Data Management
  • Information Management
  • Information Search and Retrieval Management
  • Web Information Retrieval
  • Knowledge Management
  • Digital Rights Management
  • Digital Information Archiving
  • Information Architecture and Taxonomy
  • Digital Information Literacy
  • Intranet, Extranet and Portal Management
  • Information clustering
  • Digital Libraries
  • Reference Linking
  • Information Extraction
  • Virtual information world
  • Information Visualization and visual exploration of knowledge domain

Digital Investigation (DI)
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Digital Investigation is an international practitioner & research journal, and offers:

  • A platform for pioneering peer-reviewed research papers
  • Best-practice reports from the real experiences of investigators and lawyers
  • New developments in the field of digital forensic science
  • The latest proven methodologies being applied by the community

The journal brings together the growing global community interested in digital forensics, encompassing law enforcement, research, corporate information security, legal professionals and government.


International Journal on Digital Libraries (IJDL)
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The International Journal on Digital Libraries is a quarterly journal aimed at advancing the theory and practice of acquisition, definition, organization, management, and dissemination of digital information via global networking. It emphasizes issues in digital information production, management, and use; high-speed networks and connectivity; interoperability and seamless integration of information, people, profiles, tasks, and needs; security and privacy of individuals and business transactions; and effective business processes. Its scope includes:

  • Agent technology for information filtering, location and dissemination; targeted information delivery systems; personal information delivery and filtering, discovery of new information and sources of new information
  • Acquisition of digital information; authoring environments for digital objects; digitization of traditional content
  • Security and privacy, digital timestamping, digital signatures, digital watermarks, notarization and authentication systems
  • Information organization, storage and management, archival of information, subscription management and issues in recency of information
  • Interoperability of different digital objects, multimodal presentations, cross-platform interoperability
  • Information navigation, intelligent surfing and browsing, automatic browsing index creation, resource discovery through opinion indexing, search by content, semantic searching, smart indexing and search technology
  • User interfaces for digital objects, design of user interfaces for universal access, multimedia user interfaces, interfaces for handicapped users, adaptive user interfaces
  • Electronic commerce, virtual banking, electronic financial transactions - Economics of digital libraries, intellectual property issues, billing systems, universal access and tariffs

International Journal of Distance Education Technologies (IJDET)
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The International Journal of Distance Education Technologies (JDET) is a forum for researchers and practitioners to disseminate practical solutions to the automation of open and distance learning. Targeted to academic researchers and engineers who work with distance learning programs and software systems, as well as general users of distance education technologies and methods, JDET discusses computational methods, algorithms, implemented prototype systems, and applications of open and distance learning.

Distributed and Parallel Databases (DPD)
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The maturation of the field of distributed and parallel databases, together with the new issues that are raised by the changes in the underlying technology, require a central focus for work in the area. This journals provides such a focus for the presentation and dissemination of new research results, systems development efforts, and user experiences in distributed and parallel database systems. Distributed and Parallel Databases publishes papers in all the traditional areas of database research, including:

  • Transaction models, Processing and Management
  • Query Processing
  • Data Fragmentation, Placement and Allocation
  • Replication Protocols
  • Reliability and Fault Tolerance.

It also covers issues that are emerging as a result of the new technology.


International Journal of Doctoral Studies (IJDS)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-15]
The mission of the International Journal of Doctoral Studies (IJDS) is to provide readers worldwide with high quality peer-reviewed scholarly articles spanning the wide variety of issues in doctoral studies. The editorial objective of IJDS is to inform all those involved with doctoral education regardless of specific discipline. IJDS articles discuss issues such as (but not limited to) the following: doctoral supervision, doctoral dissertation and/or research, the nature and future of doctoral programs, doctoral program design, experiences in doctoral programs, attrition and persistence in doctoral programs, doctoral qualifiers and examinations, doctoral program accreditation, copyright and intellectual properties in doctoral research, climate and support for doctoral study, career path and employment of doctoral graduates, as well as research and publication issues in academia. IJDS especially encourages publications authored by faculty members and/or academic administrators who actively supervise doctoral students, teach doctoral courses, and/or oversee doctoral programs. Joint publications between faculty members and their doctoral students are also encouraged. While IJDS is principally an interdisciplinary forum that publishes high quality articles on theory, practice, innovation, and research covering any aspect of doctoral studies, book reviews are also welcome. Authors may use bodies of knowledge from diverse fields of research. However, IJDS is not a general outlet for doctoral students who wish to publish their doctoral research, unless their doctoral research is related to investigation of the issues indicated above. IJDS provides those who submit manuscripts for publication with useful, timely feedback by making the review process constructive. IJDS is the most authoritative interdisciplinary journal on doctoral studies.

International Journal on Document Analysis and Recognition (IJDAR)
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Sponsored by the International Association for Pattern Recognition, this journal is focused on publishing articles that cover all areas related to document analysis and recognition. This includes contributions dealing with computer recognition of characters, symbols, text, lines, graphics, images, handwriting, signatures, as well as automatic analyses of the overall physical and logical structures of documents, with the ultimate objective of a high-level understanding of their semantic content. The International Journal on Document Analysis and Recognition (IJDAR) publishes articles of four primary types: original research papers, correspondence, overviews and summaries, and system descriptions. It also features special issues on active areas of research.

International Journal of E-Adoption (IJEA)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
The International Journal of E-Adoption (IJEA) is a double-blind refereed international journal whose focus is to promote research in the area of e-adoption. IJEA distinguishes itself as a unique journal to cover the wide facets of e-adoption ranging from infrastructural research to socio-economic impact. The thrust of IJEA is to publish papers of both theory and practice that provide guidance to the policy makers, decision makers and practicing managers in business, industry, government, and academia for various e-adoption perspectives. IJEA draws on a wide range of disciplines, including information systems, computer science, decision sciences, operations management, marketing, cognitive psychology, social psychology, strategic management, and communication.

International Journal of E-Business Research (IJEBR)
|Subscription required |DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-12]
The emergence of electronic business is one of the most profound changes that revolutionized the process of buying, selling, and exchanging products and services over the Internet. Organizations and customers have access to vast amounts of data, information, and services that are not limited in time or space. There is a growing demand in electronic business research that will provide insights into issues, challenges, and solutions related to the successful application and management aspects of electronic business.

International Journal of e-Collaboration (IJeC)
|Subscription required |DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-13]
The International Journal of e-Collaboration publishes papers that address the design and implementation of e-collaboration technologies, assess the behavioral impacts of e-collaboration technologies on individuals and groups, and present theoretical considerations on links between the use of e-collaboration technologies and behavioral patterns. Examples of such technologies are web-based chat tools, web-based asynchronous conferencing tools, e-mail, listservs, collaborative writing tools, group decision support systems, teleconferencing suites, workflow automation systems, and document management technologies.

Electronic Journal of e-Government (EJeG)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
The Electronic Journal of e-Government is intended to provide perspectives on topics relevant to the field of e-Government and web-enabling technology in the public sector. Through its publication the journal aims to contribute to the development of both theory and practice. The journal will accept academically robust papers that contribute to the area e-Government, including, but not limited to the following topics:

  • e-Government portals
  • e-Government transaction sites
  • webocracy
  • e-Democracy
  • security and confidentiality
  • integrated systems
  • citizen centric information systems
  • web-enabled knowledge management
  • other ICT enabled systems in the public service sector.

Journal of E-Government (JEG)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2011-04-19]
Renamed Journal of Information Technology & Politics in 2007.

Journal of E-Government Studies and Best Practices (JEGSBP)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
The Journal of E-Government Studies and Best Practices (JEGSBP) is an international peer reviewed and applied research journal which accepts contributions that are based on original research, relevant studies, best practices, case studies, and real-world experiences. The journal aims to bridge academia, industry and government with new ideas and fresh research in the broad area of e-government. The topics of interest for this journal include, but not limited to:

  • Government-to-citizen (G2C)
  • Government-to-business (G2B)

Electronic Journal of e-Learning (EJeL)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-07]
The Electronic Journal of e-Learning provides perspectives on topics relevant to the study, implementation and management of e-Learning initiatives. The journal contributes to the development of both theory and practice in the field of e-Learning. The journal accepts academically robust papers, topical articles and case studies that contribute to the area of research in e-Learning. Every paper submitted to the journal is blind-refereed.

International Journal on E-Learning (IJEL)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-09]
Advances in technology and the growth of e-learning to provide educators and trainers with unique opportunities to enhance learning and teaching in corporate, government, healthcare, and higher education. IJEL serves as a forum to facilitate the international exchange of information on the current research, development, and practice of e-learning in these sectors. (formerly International Journal of Educational Telecommunications and the WebNet Journal)

E-Learning and Digital Media (ELDM)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
E-Learning and Digital Media is a peer-reviewed international journal directed towards the study and research of e-learning in its diverse aspects: pedagogical, curricular, sociological, economic, philosophical and political. This journal explores the ways that different disciplines and alternative approaches can shed light on the study of technically mediated education. Working at the intersection of theoretical psychology, sociology, history, politics and philosophy it poses new questions and offers new answers for research and practice related to digital technologies in education. The change of the title of the journal for 2010 from E-Learning to E-Learning and Digital Media is expressive of this new and emphatically interdisciplinary orientation, and also reflects the fact that technologically-mediated education needs to be located within the political economy and informational ecology of changing mediatic forms.

Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society (JeLKS)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-09]
The possible scenarios of a knowledge society which is fostered by e-Learning technologies and lifelong learning methodologies constitute the focus of this journal. It is aimed at researchers, educators and professionals involved in technological innovation and online education as well as knowledge management. Specific subjects include but are not restricted to:

  • Historical Evolution of Online Education
  • New Educational Scenarios enhanced by CMC Technologies
  • Lifelong Educational Systems
  • Virtual Learning Communities
  • Networking and Knowledge Management
  • Cyberspace Pedagogy
  • E-Learning Quality and Evaluation Criteria
  • Distributed Production of Knowledge
  • Technological Developments and Solutions

International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-16]
The International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP) establishes the foundations of e-politics as an emerging interdisciplinary area of research and practice, as well as offers a venue for publications that focus on theories and empirical research on the manifestations of e-politics in various contexts and environments. This journal encompasses diverse aspects of e-politics, including: strategy, e-commerce, decision sciences, marketing, economics, psychology, sociology, anthropology, media studies, communication studies, women studies, black studies, political science, philosophy, law, criminology, and ethics.

e-Service Journal (eSJ)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
The e-Service Journal is a multi-disciplinary journal that covers a variety of topics relevant to both researchers and practitioners in the broadly-defined areas of e-Business and e-Government. Examples of topics that fit the journal's mission include the following. The list is by no means exhaustive.

  • Design and delivery of electronic services in such fields as education, entertainment, politics, travel, and leisure
  • Transaction of consumer-to-consumer services, such as in electronic auctions, and their effects on the global economy
  • Coordination of business-to-business services, such as with Internet-based EDI and supply-chain management
  • Design of effective e-service sites, choice of appropriate delivery mechanisms, e.g., "pull" versus "push" technologies, and evaluation of performance
  • Transformation of traditional commercial services such as banking and retailing via e-commerce
  • Charging and pricing of electronic services, e.g., with digital cash or electronic coupons
  • Management of services within and across organizations, such as with virtual teams or outsourcing
  • Role and impact of service providers, including ASPs and ISPs
  • Delivery of public services to citizens via electronic means, such as in e-stamps and electronic filing of tax returns
  • Electronic participation of constituents in policy-making and public service, such as in online voting, electronic volunteerism, and digital democracy
  • Development and management of the infrastructure and technologies needed to deliver electronic services
  • Regulation of, and security for e-services
  • Impact of electronic services on individuals, organizations, and society

International Journal of E-Services and Mobile Applications (IJESMA)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
The International Journal of E-Services and Mobile Applications (IJESMA) promotes and publishes state-of-the art research regarding different issues in the production management, delivery and consumption of e-services, self services, and mobile communication including business-to-business, business-to-consumer, government-to-business, government-to-consumer, and consumer-to-consumer e-services relevant to the interest of professionals, academic educators, researchers, and industry consultants in the field.

Journal of E-working (JOE)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2011-04-19]
The Journal of E-working (JOE) is now being published as the International Journal of Work Innovation. It is no longer an open access journal.

Ecological Informatics (EI)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-15]
Ecological Informatics is a new international journal devoted to the publication of high quality, peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of ecoinformatics, computational ecology and systems ecology, and special issues on topics of current interest. The scope of the journal includes principles of information processing from genomes to ecosystems, computational approaches to ecological scales and complexity, computational approaches to ecosystems analysis, synthesis, simulation and forecasting, ecological pattern analysis at nano- to macroscales, management of ecological data. The nature of the journal is interdisciplinary, publishing high quality papers on information processing in ecosystems, ecological data management as well as computation, and the crossover between biology/ecology and computer/information sciences. Ecological Informatics publishes research in the following areas:

  • Theory and applications of ecoinformatics
  • Principles of information processing from genomes to ecosystems
  • Novel developments in bio-inspired computation, machine learning and artificial intelligence
  • Spatial-temporal simulation of ecological entities, ecosystem structures and behaviours by artificial life, cellular automata and adaptive agents
  • Knowledge discovery and forecasting of ecological processes and patterns, ecosystem functions and behaviours by bio-inspired computation, machine learning and artificial intelligence
  • Processing of uncertain ecological data by fuzzy logic and qualitative reasoning
  • Standardisation and integration of ecological data and models by meta-information concepts and object-oriented programming
  • Ecological data warehousing including data archival, retrieval, sharing, mining and visualisation
  • Ecological data acquisition, spatial analysis and visualisation by GIS and remote sensing
  • Computational frameworks for decision making in relation to environmental sustainability, biodiversity and global environmental changes
  • Education and training in ecoinformatics.

Journal of Economic Development, Management, IT, Finance and Marketing (JEDMITFM)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-04-09]
Ceased?

Economy Informatics (EI)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-23]
The Economy Informatics Journal throws an insightful regard upon the research, education and practice from fields related to economic informatics such as: digital content, e-learning, economy in digital environment, applying informatics technologies in economics, security of informatics systems, computer networks, both quantitative and qualitative models that can be applied in computer science. The Economy Informatics Journal permanently tries to improve its processes and quality. For this the collaboration of highly recognized personalities from the journal

International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT)
|Articles available|DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-13]
The International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology (IJEDICT) is an e-journal that provides free and open access to all of its content. IJEDICT aims to strengthen links between research and practice in ICT in education and development in hitherto less developed parts of the world, e.g., developing countries (especially small states), and rural and remote regions of developed countries. The emphasis is on providing a space for researchers, practitioners and theoreticians to jointly explore ideas using an eclectic mix of research methods and disciplines. It brings together research, action research and case studies in order to assist in the transfer of best practice, the development of policy and the creation of theory. IJEDICT comprises: a "research articles" section for academic, peer-reviewed articles; a "from the field" section for editorially reviewed and peer commented (but not peer reviewed) case studies and descriptive articles; a "research in progress" section for descriptions of research not yet completed; a "project sheets" section for brief descriptions of relevant projects; a "notes from the field" section for working papers, and other commentaries on relevant topics; a "literature reviews" section for scholarly reviews of the literature on a particular topic; and, a "book/media review" section for book, software and other media reviews.

Education and Information Technologies (EIT)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-26]
This is the official journal of the IFIP Technical Committee on Education. It covers the complex relationships between information and communication technologies and education. The journal provides perspectives at all levels, from the micro of specific applications or instances of use in classrooms to macro concerns of national policies and major projects; from classes of five year olds to adults in tertiary institutions; from teachers and administrators, to researchers and designers; from institutions to open, distance and lifelong learning. This breadth of coverage allows Education and Information Technologies to examine fundamental issues at all levels, discuss specific instances and cases, draw inference and probe theory. This journal is embedded in the research and practice of professionals.

Journal on Educational Resources in Computing (ACM JERIC)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-02]
JERIC has been renamed to The ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE)

Educational Technology and Society (ETS)
|Articles available|DEST Approved|On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
Educational Technology & Society seeks academic articles on the issues affecting the developers of educational systems and educators who implement and manage such systems. The articles should discuss the perspectives of both communities and their relation to each other:

  • Educators aim to use technology to enhance individual learning as well as to achieve widespread education and expect the technology to blend with their individual approach to instruction. However, most educators are not fully aware of the benefits that may be obtained by proactively harnessing the available technologies and how they might be able to influence further developments through systematic feedback and suggestions.
  • Educational system developers and artificial intelligence (AI) researchers are sometimes unaware of the needs and requirements of typical teachers, with a possible exception of those in the computer science domain. In transferring the notion of a 'user' from the human-computer interaction studies and assigning it to the 'student', the educator's role as the 'implementer/ manager/ user' of the technology has been forgotten.

The aim of the journal is to help them better understand each other's role in the overall process of education and how they may support each other. The articles should be original, unpublished, and not in consideration for publication elsewhere at the time of submission to Educational Technology & Society and three months thereafter. The scope of the journal is very broad.


Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange (JETDE)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
The Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange (JETDE) is a refereed international journal published one issue annually in print and online by the Society of International Chinese in Educational Technology (SICET). With the aim of providing a platform for international Chinese scholars and experts in the field of education technology and encouraging academic cooperation, communication, and support among professionals, JETDE provides a multidisciplinary forum and focal points for SICET members to exchange practice and research between disciplines, educational levels, and educational technologies.

Educational Technology Review (ETR)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
Relaunched as an online journal in 1999 under the title of AACE Journal.

EDUCAUSE Quarterly (EDUCAUSE Q)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-12]
EDUCAUSE Quarterly is a practitioner's journal for college and university managers and users of information resources?information, technology, and services?published quarterly by EDUCAUSE. EDUCAUSE publications deal with the subject of campus information resources from a planning, use, and management point of view. Areas of interest include:

  • IT human resources issues
  • organizational and management issues
  • information technology planning and policy
  • information resources policy issues
  • data administration/information management/data warehouses
  • managing a networked information environment
  • industry and interinstitutional partnerships
  • integrating voice, video, and data technologies
  • scholarly communication issues
  • library technology issues
  • planning for and use of new technologies on campus
  • hardware/software strategies and architectures
  • funding information technology
  • supporting use of technology in teaching and learning
  • electronic classroom and multimedia management
  • training and re-training of staff and users
  • standards
  • information services delivery models
  • leveraging/value of information technology
  • distributed support issues
  • distance education and distributed learning challenges
  • e-commerce / e-business challenges

EDUCAUSE Review (EDUCAUSE R)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2014-02-05]
A general-interest, bimonthly magazine, EDUCAUSE Review offers a broad look at current developments and trends in information technology, what these mean for higher education, and how they affect colleges and universities today. EDUCAUSE Review invites authors to write and does not solicit writers.

eHealth International (eHI)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2011-03-15]

Ceased 2002?


eLearning Papers (eLP)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-26]
eLearning Papers adds a new dimension to the exchange of information on e-learning in Europe and stimulates research. As such, the articles provide views regarding the current situation and e-learning trends in different communities: schools, universities, companies, civil society and institutions. eLearning Papers provides all those interested with an opportunity to have their texts published throughout Europe. Through these articles, the journal promotes the use of ICT for lifelong learning in Europe. The scope of the eLearning Papers reflects the four interest areas of elearningeuropa.info: schools, higher education, training and work and learning and society. All e-learning related themes are accepted as topics. The following topics are given as an example:

  • Technologies
  • Pedagogy
  • Process
  • Quality and evaluation
  • eInclusion
  • Learning environments

International Journal of Electronic Business (IJEB)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
The IJEB publishes original and review papers, technical reports, case studies, conference reports, management reports, book reviews, and notes, commentaries, and news. Contribution may be by submission or invitation, and suggestions for special issues and publications are welcome. The coverage of IJEB includes, but is not limited to, the following subjects:

  • Assessing e-business potential
  • Business portals
  • Distributed product development
  • E-banking
  • E-business ethics
  • E-business strategies
  • E-commerce management
  • E-delivery and the brand
  • E-education
  • E-entrepreneurship
  • E-finance
  • E-government
  • E-investment
  • E-learning
  • E-medicine
  • E-services
  • E-tailing
  • E-trade
  • Financing electronic business
  • Global trade and electronic business
  • Intelligent web services
  • Intellectual property protection
  • Knowledge networks
  • Managing electronic business
  • Mobile Internet business
  • Money laundering prevention
  • Multilateral facilitation of e-business
  • New business models
  • New enabling technologies
  • Regulating distortions and cyber frauds
  • Role of intermediaries
  • Secured electronic transactions
  • Semantic webs
  • Trends in electronic businesses
  • Valuing electronic business assets
  • Virtual businesses
  • Virtualisation and globalisation of services

International Journal of Electronic Business Management (IJEBM)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-13]
International Journal of Electronic Business Management (IJEBM) is an academic journal published quarterly in March, June, September and December. By expediting information infrastructure and broadband network construction, establishing interconnected networks, improving the environment, building Internet security, universalizing information network education, enhancing research and development and expanding international cooperation, our international journal hopes to promote and accelerate the progress of high-quality e-business, e-industry, e-government and e-society. The international publication targets the realization of e-business policy dimensions:

  • Promoting e-business
  • Advancing e-business R&D and their applications
  • Establishing innovative e-business management models
  • Extending IT services and new IT business models
  • Enhancing information education and talent cultivation
  • Constructing e-government
  • Expanding international cooperation, global collaboration and data networking
  • Expediting network and communication construction
  • Improving the legal environment and e-society awareness
  • Preventing computer crimes
  • Ensuring network and information security and a high standard of ethics

International Journal of Electronic Commerce (IJEC)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
The International Journal of Electronic Commerce is a leading refereed quarterly devoted to advancing the understanding and practice of electronic commerce. It serves the needs of researchers as well as practitioners and executives involved in electronic commerce. The Journal aims to offer an integrated view of the field by presenting approaches of multiple disciplines. Electronic commerce is the sharing of business information, maintaining business relationships, and conducting business transactions by digital means over telecommunications networks. The Journal accepts empirical and interpretive submissions that make a significant novel contribution to this field. Such contributions may present :

  • experimental, theoretical, or survey-based research, relevant to the progress of electronic commerce
  • paradigmatic designs and applications
  • investigation of organizational, societal, and international issues of electronic commerce

Analytical attention is focused on the following issues:

  • The marketplace and organizational effects of e-commerce
  • Business and organizational transformation with e-commerce
  • Business value in e-commerce
  • The Web-Internet combine as the infrastructure for electronic commerce
  • Internet business models
  • Supply chain management and collaborative commerce
  • E-tailing and multi-channel selling
  • Economics of electronic commerce
  • E-commerce in business globalization
  • E-marketplaces
  • Marketing on the Web
  • M-commerce and pervasive computing
  • Digital product management and property rights
  • Security and privacy of transactions and information
  • Social dynamics of communications on the Internet
  • E-commerce payment systems
  • Advanced electronic data interchange (EDI)

Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations (JECO)
|Subscription required |DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-06]
The Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations is designed to provide comprehensive coverage and understanding of the social, cultural, organizational, and cognitive impacts of e-commerce technologies and advances on organizations around the world. These impacts can be viewed from the impacts of electronic commerce on consumer behavior, as well as the impact of e-commerce on organizational behavior, development, and management in organizations. The secondary objective of this publication is to expand the overall body of knowledge regarding the human aspects of electronic commerce technologies and utilization in modern organizations, assisting researchers and practitioners to devise more effective systems for managing the human side of e-commerce.

Journal of Electronic Commerce Research (JECR)
|Articles available|DEST Approved|On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-09-05]
Journal of Electronic Commerce is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal published online quarterly and printed annually. It provides an international forum for researchers and professionals to share their knowledge and report new advances on all topics related to electronic commerce theories and applications. The journal focuses on electronic commerce including their theoretical foundations, infrastructure and enabling technologies.

Electronic Commerce Research (ECR)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Not refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-06]
Electronic Commerce Research serves as a catalyst for new research and a forum for disseminating the latest findings in all facets of electronic commerce. The journal?s broad scope encompasses core enabling technologies as well as the implications of these technologies for societies, economies, businesses, and individuals. Readers will find a host of important theoretical and empirical research findings that are leading the way to a better understanding of electronic commerce and its impact. A sampling of topics as they relate to the internet and electronic commerce include intelligent agents technologies and their impact; economics of electronic commerce; virtual electronic commerce systems; service creation and provisioning; supply chain management through the internet; collaborative learning, gaming, and work; and workflow for electronic commerce applications.

Electronic Commerce Research and Applications (ECRA)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-16]
The journal Electronic Commerce Research and Applications aims to create and disseminate enduring knowledge in the fast-changing e-commerce environment. A major dilemma in e-commerce research, which this journal aims to address, is how to achieve a balance between the currency and the life span of knowledge. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications will contribute to the establishment of a research community which will create the knowledge, technology, theory, and applications for the development of electronic commerce, at the intersection of technological potential and business aims. The journal will focus on the evolution of design standards for the future as well as analysing past experience. Electronic commerce is a multi-disciplinary area, which should be developed in co-operation with existing fields such as Management Information Systems; Business and Artificial Intelligence; Marketing; Business Strategy and Re-engineering; Knowledge Management; Computer Science; and Telecommunications. We will solicit papers on current technologies from these areas, as well as publish papers on completely new topics. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications is inviting submission of articles in the following fields, but not exclusively: Agent-based commerce; electronic auctions; eBusiness models; B2B EC; eConsumers' behaviour; customer relationship management and data/web mining; direct marketing; digital economy; eGovernment; electronic payment systems; eService industries; exchanges and eMarketplaces; extranet and intranet; international agreements for global eTrading; enterprise integration between EC and ERP; collaborative commerce; knowledge management systems; process re-engineering with EC; eProcurement management systems; protocols and standards; eTransformation of industry; security and trust; smart card applications for EC; supply chain management; mobile-commerce; Intra- and inter-organizational workflow management systems; XML/EDI; public policy and legal aspects of EC.

International Journal of Electronic Government Research (IJEGR)
|Subscription required |DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-12]
The International Journal of Electronic Government Research is a peer-reviewed multi-disciplinary international journal that publishes high-quality, original research about electronic government. Electronic government is broadly defined within topics such as but not limited to the hardware and software technology, e-government adoption and diffusion, e-government policy, e-government planning and management, e-government applications, and e-government impacts. The journal also serves as a forum for scholars and practitioners to present theoretical and philosophical discussions on current issues relating to the practice of electronic government.

Electronic Markets - The International Journal on Networked Business (EM)
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Electronic Markets – The International Journal on Networked Business is a leading-edge scientific journal that aims at advancing the understanding and practice of electronic markets. Upon foundation in 1991, Electronic Markets was the first journal to report on developments and latest trends related to the exciting and rapidly evolving research field of electronic markets and related issues. Electronic Markets was a pioneer in the field of scientific publication on e-commerce research and since evolved to an internationally recognized journal published by Springer. Especially the inclusion in the Thompson Reuter Social Science Citation Index in 2010 and the good positioning in several international journal rankings such as ACPHIS (EM ranked "A") and the Australian Business Deans Council - Journal Ratings List (EM ranked "A") demonstrate that Electronic Markets succeeded in establishing itself among the leading information systems journals. Electronic Markets is a multidisciplinary journal whose audience includes:
  • Scientists / scholars from various disciplines with an interest in the relationships between advances in information and communication technology, new forms of value creation, and social change
  • Policy and decision-makers in government, industry and education
  • Managers concerned with the effects of the electronic commerce revolution, organizations and society
Electronic Markets embraces a rich array of electronic markets and networked business issues. Examples are market mechanisms, market laws, value chains, web services, portals, standardization, social aspects and legal issues, methods, business models, and information / communication technology. Electronic Markets is a methodologically pluralistic journal. Quantitative and qualitative research methods are both welcome, as long as the studies are methodologically sound. Conceptual and theory-development papers, empirical hypothesis testing, and case-based studies are all welcome.

Journal of Electronic Publishing (JEP)
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The Journal of Electronic Publishing (JEP) is a forum for research and discussion about contemporary publishing practices, and the impact of those practices upon users. Our contributors and readers are publishers, scholars, librarians, journalists,students, technologists, attorneys, retailers, and others with an interest in the methods and means of contemporary publishing. At its inception in January 1995, JEP carved out an important niche by recognizing that print communication was in the throes of significant change, and that digital communication would become an important--and in some cases predominant--means for transmitting published information. JEP aspires to document the changes in publishing, and in some cases to stimulate and shape the direction of those changes. The articles present innovative ideas, best practices, and leading-edge thinking about all aspects of publishing, authorship, and readership. The editor and publisher are committed to presenting wide-ranging and diverse viewpoints on contemporary publishing practices, and to encouraging dialogue and understanding between key decision-makers in publishing and those who are affected by the decisions being made.

Emergence: Complexity & Organization (E:CO ECO)
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The emerging theory of complex systems research has resulted in a growing movement to reinvigorate management. Theory, research, practice, and education can all benefit by adopting a more dynamic, systemic, cognitive, and holistic approach to the management process. As interest in the study of complex systems has grown, a new vocabulary is emerging to describe discoveries about wide-ranging and fundamental phenomena. Complexity theory research has allowed for new insights into many phenomena and for the development of new manners of discussing issues regarding management and organizations. A shared language based on the insights of complexity can have an important role in a management context. The use of complexity theory metaphors can change the way managers think about the problems they face. Instead of competing in a game or a war, managers of a complexity thinking enterprise are trying to find their way on an ever changing, ever turbulent landscape. Such a conception of their organizations' basic task can, in turn, change the day-to-day decisions made by management. The most productive applications of complexity insights have to do with new possibilities for innovation in organizations. These possibilities require new ways of thinking, but old models of thinking persist long after they are productive. New ways of thinking do not just happen; they require new models which have to be learned. E:CO is dedicated to helping both practicing managers and academics acquire, understand and examine these new mental models. E:CO publishes articles of a qualitative nature relating complex systems, sensemaking, psychology, philosophy, semiotics, and cognitive science to the management of organizations both public and private.

International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society (iJETS)
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The International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society (iJETS), formerly The Australian Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society (AJETS), is a multi-disciplinary journal, focusing on the complex relationship between science and technology and their wider socio-cultural contexts. Perhaps more importantly, iJETS is designed as a forum for informed discussion and debate about the role of technology in society, drawing on a variety of viewpoints from all branches of the social and behavioural sciences and humanities. As a web-only publication iJETS offers several benefits not normally found in print-based journals. For authors, iJETS provides a peer-reviewed outlet for scholarly papers, without the long lag between submission and publication. The pace of technological development is so rapid that in many cases pieces published in traditional media are outdated by they time they reach the reader. A web-based journal can circumvent this to some extent, with the submission-to-publication timeframes being as short as two months in some cases.

Journal of Emerging Technologies in Web Intelligence (JETWI)
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Following the introduction of the phrase "Web 2.0" as a description of the recent evolution of the Web, the term "Emergent Web Intelligence or Web 3.0" has been introduced to hypothesize about a future wave of Internet innovation. Views on the next stage of the World Wide Web's evolution vary greatly, from the concept of emerging technologies such as the Semantic Web transforming the way the Web is used (and leading to new possibilities in artificial intelligence) to the observation that increases in Internet connection speeds, modular web applications, and advances in computer graphics will play the key role in the evolution of the World Wide Web. JETWI, a peer reviewed and indexed international journal, aims at gathering the latest advances of various topics in web intelligence and reporting how organizations can gain competitive advantages by applying the different emergent techniques in the real-world scenarios. Papers and studies which couple the intelligence techniques and theories with specific web technology problems are mainly targeted. Survey and tutorial articles that emphasize the research and application of web intelligence in a particular domain are also welcomed.

International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences (IJETCIS)
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International Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences is an International refereed research publishing journal with a focused aim of promoting and publishing original high quality research dealing with theoretical and scientific aspects in all disciplines of Computing and Information Sciences. All technical or research papers and research results submitted to CIS should be original in nature.

eMinds: International Journal on Human-Computer Interaction (eMinds)
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eMinds ceased

Journal of End User Computing (JEUC)
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Renamed Journal of Organizational and End User Computing in December 2003.

International Journal of Enterprise Computing and Business Systems (IJECBS)
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The International Journal of Enterprise Computing and Business Systems (IJECBS) is a Refereed International Journal with the team of academicians and research scholars. IJECBS invites original Research and Review Papers, Manuscripts and Articles in the stream of Computer Science, Information Technology, Management and Business Systems.

Journal of Enterprise Information Management (JEIM)
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Took over from Logistics Information Management in 2004. Journal of Enterprise Information Management (JEIM) strives to publish high quality articles of significant intellectual interest and commercial relevance to managers, consultants, lecturers and students operating within business enterprise environments. All papers submitted to JEIM are initially filtered by the Editor and then subjected to rigorous review by a team of qualified internationally acknowledged academics. JEIM now has a history of contributing to the normative literature, providing conceptual and practical insights and generating innovative ideas from recent research into organizational enterprise.

International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems (IJEIS)
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Global markets and competition have forced companies to operate in a physically distributed environment to take the advantage of benefits of strategic alliances between partnering firms. Earlier, information systems such as Material Requirements Planning (MRP), Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) have widely been used for functional integration within an organization. With global operations are in place, there is a need for suitable Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and E-Commerce (EC) for the integration of extended enterprises along the supply chain with the objective of achieving flexibility and responsiveness. Companies all over the world spend billions of dollars in the design and implementation of EIS in particular ERP systems such as Oracle, Peoplesoft, SAP, JD Edwards and BAAN with the objective of achieving an integrated global supply chain. Inter-organizational information systems play a major role in improving communication and integration between partnering firms to achieve an integrated global supply chain. There is a growing demand for research and applications that will provide insights into issues, challenges, and solutions related to the successful applications and management aspects of EIS.

Journal of Environmental Informatics (JEI)
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Journal of Environmental Informatics (JEI) is an international, peer-reviewed, and interdisciplinary publication designed to foster innovative research on systems science and information technology for environmental management. The journal aims to motivate and enhance the integration of environmental information and systems analysis to help develop management solutions that are consensus-oriented, risk-informed, scientifically-based and cost-effective. It serves researchers, educators and practitioners who are interested in theoretical and/or applied aspects of environmental information sciences, regardless of disciplinary boundaries. The topics addressed by the journal include:

  • Decision and risk analysis for environmental management
  • Mathematical methods for systems modeling and optimization
  • Environmental Statistics and its applications
  • Environmental data and information management
  • Environmental and ecological modeling and assessment
  • Simulation, optimization, and control of waste treatment and pollution reduction processes
  • Environmental, ecological and resources management and planning
  • Environmental geomatics - GIS, RS and other spatial information technologies
  • Geographical analysis for urban and regional development
  • Monitoring and analytical techniques of environmental quality
  • Artificial intelligence and expert systems for environmental applications
  • Computer graphics and visualization for environmental decision support
  • Other areas of environmental systems science and information technology

Environmental Modelling and Software (EMS)
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Environmental Modelling and Software publishes contributions, in the form of research articles, reviews, short communications as well as software and data news, on recent advances in environmental modelling and/or software. The aim is to improve our capacity to represent, understand, predict or manage the behaviour of environmental systems at all practical scales, and to communicate those improvements to a wide scientific and professional audience. It seeks presentation of

  • Generic frameworks, techniques and issues which either integrate a range of disciplines and sectors or apply across a range
  • Model development and applications in diverse sectors of the environment (as outlined below) provided they reveal insights and contribute to the store of knowledge
  • Development and application of environmental software, information and decision support systems
  • Issues and methods related to the integrated modeling, assessment and management of environmental systems - including relevant policy and institutional analysis, public participation principles and methods, decision making methods, model integration, quality assurance and evaluation of models, data and procedures.

The ETHICOMP Journal (ETHICOMP)
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The ETHICOMP conference series is recognised as one of the premier international events on computer ethics and social responsibility attended by delegates from all over the world. The ETHICOMP Journal aims to further the work of the conference series and enable those in the field of computer ethics to gain access to the rich resource of papers from the ETHICOMP conference series.

Does not appear to have been active since 2008.


Ethics and Information Technology (EIT)
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Ethics and Information Technology is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing the dialogue between moral philosophy and the field of information and communication technology (ICT). The journal aims to foster and promote reflection and analysis which is intended to make a constructive contribution to answering the ethical, social and political questions associated with the adoption, use, and development of ICT. Within the scope of the journal are also conceptual analysis and discussion of ethical ICT issues which arise in the context of technology assessment, cultural studies, public policy analysis and public administration, cognitive science, social and anthropological studies in technology, mass-communication, and legal studies. In addition, the journal features research that deals with the history of ideas and provides intellectual resources for moral and political reflection on ICT.

European Journal of ePractice (EJeP)
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The European Journal of ePractice is a peer-reviewed online publication on eTransformation, launched in November 2007. The Journal belongs to the ePractice.eu community, is sponsored by the European Commission as part of its good practice exchange activity and is run by an independent Editorial Board. The aim of European Journal of ePractice (EjeP) is to reinforce the visibility of articles as well as that of professionals in eTransformation building an author's community which will strengthen the overall ePractice.eu activity. The publication will promote the diffusion and exchange of good practice in eGovernment, eHealth and eInclusion and will be open access, free of charge to all readers. We have a target audience of 50,000 professionals in Europe and beyond, and build on a community of some 12,000 members. The scope of the European Journal of ePractice reflects the three domains of the ePractice.eu: eGovernment, eHealth and eInclusion. All eService related themes are accepted as topics. The following topics are given as an example:

  • User centric services
  • Interoperability
  • Open source
  • eIdentity and eSecurity
  • eProcurement
  • eDemocracy and eVoting
  • eAccessibility
  • Digital literacy
  • eCompetences
  • Electronic health records
  • Telemedicine services
  • eParticipation

European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS)
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The European Journal of Information Systems provides a distinctive European perspective on the theory and practice of information systems for a global audience. We encourage first rate research articles by academics, but also case studies and reflective articles by practitioners. We provide a critical view on technology, development, implementation, strategy, management and policy.

European Journal of Law and Technology (EJLT)
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We are interested in topics which relate generally to European issues in information and technology law. Articles submitted might cover topical issues in intellectual property, media, use of technology in governance and legal education, crime, commerce, human rights issues, jurisprudence etc. The journal will consider articles which cover more international aspects such as developments in the international context - but these should be written in a comparative manner, and be of interest to a European readership. Articles which look at non-European issues in law and technology should consider publishing in Law, Social Justice and Global Development Journal (LGD) which is a sister publication, also publishing as an open access journal, however we are happy to consider such articles where they compare and contrast with European approaches. EJLT is interested in medium length and larger larger length articles. We usually prefer a length of 8,000 words to 12,000 words, but will accept longer articles of sufficient quality or where the author is prepared to cover costs of extra proofing. We follow the practice of JILT and welcome commentaries. These are shorter articles which are not peer reviewed, but are of interest to the readership. Topics may well cover comments on a single case, a series of cases, educational technology issues (developments in software, perhaps), or notes on developments which the author feels should be brought to the attention of the readership, but where a fully developed article is not yet available. Students undertaking research projects may also find the commentary section useful to provide a short overview of their findings. Book reviews have ironically declined as book publishing has increased. Although we will publish reviews in the traditional sense, we will also consider short synopsis type articles from authors who wish to promote their own published books which are of relevance and potential interest to the readership. These will not be peer reviewed. EJLT will also consider a series of articles which are published together as a Special Issue. The proposed editors of such a series should contact the EJLT editorial team as early as possible to ensure a publication slot is made available. The reviewing process is still applicable to special issues, but this will be carried out in conjunction with the special editors who have a particular role in ensuring the quality of the issue they edit remains high. Where an article does not provide a novel perspective (e.g. review articles) we are prepared to publish so long as the article provides a useful, critical insight to a field.

European Journal of Open and Distance Learning (EJODL)
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The journal primarily but not exclusively draws on European sources and authors for content. It intends to cover all sectors within education and training, by both level and field (eg from K1-12 (according to the British system), and from training through to Higher Education). It wishes to promote the work of both researchers and practitioners in education, and the public and private sectors. Aims of EURODL:

  • to present a forum for discussion of ODL issues at all educational levels and in all training contexts;
  • to create a place where European concerns and experience of the learning potential in new educational media can be articulated;
  • to exchange ideas on cross-cultural collaboration and knowledge transfer;
  • to explore and demonstrate the potential of electronic publication;
  • to weave links between journal contributions and other resources and forums in European ODL.

European Journal of Operational Research (EJOR)
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The European Journal of Operational Research (EJOR) publishes high quality, original papers that contribute to the methodology of operational research (OR) and to the practice of decision making. The journal consists of the following sections:

  1. Continuous Optimization
  2. Discrete Optimization
  3. Production, Manufacturing and Logistics
  4. Stochastics and Statistics
  5. Decision Aiding
  6. Computing, Artificial Intelligence and Information Technology
  7. O.R. Applications
  8. Interfaces with Other Disciplines

Expert Systems (ES)
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Expert Systems: The Journal of Knowledge Engineering publishes papers dealing with all aspects of knowledge engineering, including individual methods and techniques in knowledge acquisition and representation, their application and evaluation, and the construction of systems - including expert systems - based thereon. As well as traditional application areas, such as Software and Requirements Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction, and Artificial Intelligence, we are aiming at the new and growing markets for these technologies, such as Business, Economy, Market Research, and Medical and Health Care. The shift towards this new focus will be marked by a series of special issues covering hot and emergent topics.

Expert Systems with Applications (ESA)
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Expert Systems with Applications is a refereed journal, whose focus is on the exchange of information relating to expert systems applied in industry, government and universities worldwide. The thrust of the journal is to publish papers dealing with the design, development, testing, implementation and/or management of expert systems and to also provide practical guidelines in the development and management of these systems. The journal will publish papers in expert systems technology and applications in the areas of, but not limited to: finance, accounting, engineering, marketing, auditing, law, procurement and contracting, project management, risk assessment, information management, information retrieval, crisis management, stock trading, strategic management, network management, telecommunications, space, education, intelligent front ends, expert database systems, expert systems and hypertext, expert systems and neural networks, medicine, chemistry, human resources management, business, production management, archaeology, economics, energy, and defense.

Federal Communications Law Journal (FCLJ)
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The Federal Communication Law Journal(FCLJ) is one of eight academic journals published by students at the George Washington University Law School. The FCLJ is the official journal for the Federal Communications Bar Association, and in serving this important role, often features articles and essays by commissioners in the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), members of the United States Congress, and prominent professors and practitioners. The FCLJ publishes three issues each year featuring articles, book reviews, student notes, and commentaries focusing on domestic and international communications issues. Select students are invited to join the staff of the FCLJ during the summer following their first year of law school. Invitations are extended based on first-year academic performance and a writing competition held at the end of the first year. Students select articles for publication, edit and proofread these articles, and verify the accuracy and form of cited sources. The FCLJ also publishes several student-written articles and notes.

First Monday (FM)
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First Monday is one of the first openly accessible, peer–reviewed journals on the Internet, solely devoted to the Internet. Since its start in May 1996, First Monday has published 860 papers in 137 issues; these papers were written by 1,040 different authors. In addition, eight special issues have appeared. The most recent special issue was entitled A Web site with a view — The Third World on First Monday and it was edited by Eduardo Villanueva Mansilla. First Monday is indexed in Communication Abstracts, Computer & Communications Security Abstracts, DoIS, eGranary Digital Library, INSPEC, Information Science & Technology Abstracts, LISA, PAIS, and other services.

International Journal of Forecasting (IJF)
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The International Journal of Forecasting is the leading journal in its field. It is the official publication of the International Institute of Forecasters (IIF) and shares its aims and scope. More information about the IIF may be found on the Internet at http://www.forecasters.org/ The International Journal of Forecasting publishes high quality refereed papers covering all aspects of forecasting. Its objective (and that of the IIF) is to unify the field, and to bridge the gap between theory and practice. The intention is to make forecasting useful and relevant for decision and policy makers who need forecasts. The journal places strong emphasis on empirical studies, evaluation activities, implementation research and ways of improving the practice of forecasting. It is open to many points of view and encourages debate to find solutions for problems facing the field.

foresight (foresight)
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foresight is an international bi-monthly journal concerned with the study of the future. Futurists often remind us that the purpose of thinking about the future is not to predict what will happen but rather to consider alternatives. Although we cannot know the future, we can propose a range of alternative futures and make judgements about the assumptions that underpin them. Futures research provides a powerful framework and set of techniques that allow us to test the credibility of possible futures. Through a better understanding of what is likely to happen we should be able to make better decisions in the present. But if the value of foresight, then, is to be judged in terms of its ability to influence decisions - by individuals, and within organizations, businesses and governments - futurists must be prepared to move beyond the research and analysis of alternatives. Businesses, organizations and policy makers face real problems that require real solutions. Futurists should be at the forefront of discovering practical ways to manage 21st century life under growing complexity, providing a long-term perspective and greater clarity for decision-makers. foresight will, therefore, provide a much-needed forum for sound thinking about the future and will focus on themes and issues, which demand a strategic and long-term view. It will draw upon the established tools, techniques and methodologies of futures studies (e.g. scenario planning, Delphi, environmental scanning etc) as well as those of other social science disciplines, and will be informed by systems thinking and theories of post-modernism and complexity.

Formal Methods in System Design (FMSD)
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Formal Methods in System Design reports on the latest formal methods for designing, implementing, and validating the correctness of hardware (VLSI) and software systems. Readers will find high quality, original papers describing all aspects of research and development. Contributions to the journal serve its goal of developing an important and highly useful collection of commonly applicable formal methods that will strongly influence future design environments and design methods.

Foundations and Trends in Information Retrieval (FTIR)
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Foundations and Trends in Information Retrieval will publish high-quality survey and tutorial monographs of the field using modern techniques to enable both instant linking to the primary research in its electronic form and affordable paper copies, finally delivering on the promise to authors of multiple channel publishing from a single source. Each issue of Foundations and Trends in Information Retrieval will comprise a 50-100 page monograph written by research leaders in the field. Monographs that give tutorial coverage of subjects, research retrospectives as well as survey papers that offer state-of-the-art reviews fall within the scope of the journal. Foundations and Trends in Information Retrieval will publish survey and tutorial articles in the following topics:

  • Applications of IR
  • Architectures for IR
  • Collaborative filtering and recommender systems
  • Cross-lingual and multilingual IR
  • Distributed IR and federated search
  • Evaluation issues and test collections for IR
  • Formal models and language models for IR
  • IR on mobile platforms
  • Indexing and retrieval of structured documents
  • Information categorization and clustering
  • Information extraction
  • Information filtering and routing
  • Metasearch, rank aggregation and data fusion
  • Natural language processing for IR
  • Performance issues for IR systems, including algorithms, data structures, optimization techniques, and scalability
  • Question answering
  • Summarization of single documents, multiple documents, and corpora
  • Text mining
  • Topic detection and tracking
  • Usability, interactivity, and visualization issues in IR
  • User modelling and user studies for IR
  • Web search

Journal of Global Information Management (JGIM)
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The Journal of Global Information Management (JGIM) publishes original material concerned with all aspects of the development, use and management of information technology (IT) in a global context. The mission of JGIM is to be the primary forum for researchers and practitioners to disseminate the evolving knowledge on global IT. Original contributions concerning any aspect of global information management from both scholars and practitioners are welcome. Authors are encouraged to submit on the following themes:
  1. Cross-National Studies. These need not be cross-culture per se. These studies lead to understanding of IT as it leaves one nation and is built/bought/used in another. Generally, these studies bring to light transferability issues and they challenge if practices in one nation transfer (and if they don?t, they shed light on how or why not).
  2. Cross-Cultural Studies. These need not be cross-nation. Cultures could be across regions that share a similar culture. They can also be within nations (subcultures, ethnicities, etc.). These studies lead to understanding of IT as it leaves one culture and is built/bought/used in another. Generally, these studies bring to light transferability issues and they challenge if practices in one culture transfer (and if they don?t, they shed light on how or why not).
  3. Single nation studies from under-represented nations. The idea here is to look at existing literature from the better represented nations and compare it to the fi ndings in the under-represented nation. If you don?t have data coming from multiple cultures or nations, then the idea is to basically have the same effect via the existing literature compared to the single nation dataset.
  4. Studies of the development, implementation, management and use of IT in multinational, transnational, inter-national and global organizations.

Journal of Global Information Technology Management (JGITM)
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JGITM will publish articles and reports related to all aspects of the application of information technology for international business. For example, it will report on information resource management, managerial and organizational concerns, and innovative applications related to global IT. The journal's scope is multidisciplinary. It will publish research and applied articles from all areas of MIS as well as functional IT applications that have international focus. The journal will also consider a variety of methodological approaches. The journal encourages manuscript submissions from authors all over the world, both from academia and industry. In addition, the journal will also include reviews of MIS books that have bearing on global aspects. Practitioner input will be specifically solicited from time-to-time in the form of invited columns or interviews. Articles in the Journal of Global Information Technology Management will include, but are not limited to the following areas:
  • Frameworks/models for global information systems (GIS)
  • Development, evaluation and management of GIS
  • Electronic Commerce - global issues
  • Internet related issues
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) - global issues
  • Supply Chain Management (SCM) - global issues
  • Customer Resource Management (CRM) - global issues
  • Societal impacts of IT in developing countries
  • IT and Economic Development
  • IT diffisuion in developing countries
  • IT human resource issues
  • DSS/EIS/ES in international settings
  • Organizational and management structures for GIS
  • Transborder data flow issues
  • Electronic data interchange
  • Telecommunications
  • Distributed global databases and networks
  • Cultural and societal impacts
  • Comparative studies of nations
  • Applications and case studies

Government Information Quarterly (GIQ)
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Government Information Quarterly is a cross-disciplinary and refereed journal that covers information and telecommunications policy, information management, information technology planning and management, and e-government practices, policies and issues relevant to all levels of government within the United States and abroad. Individual issues contain an editorial, articles, and reviews. The articles analyze current information policies and practices, present new developments, provide theoretical and philosophical treatises, and discuss current issues and strategies for managing government information-based services and resources.

International Journal of Green Computing (IJGC)
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The International Journal of Green Computing (IJGC) provides academicians, research scholars, business entrepreneurs, practitioners, managers, and policy makers coverage of strategic green issues, energy efficiency, recycling, and best practices for competitive advantage and cost savings in modern organizations and business sectors. IJGC disseminates collaborative research in the global spectrum of green technology and provides direction for the implementation of environmental innovation and carbon reduction.

Group and Organization Management (GOM)
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Group & Organization Management (GOM) publishes the work of scholars and professionals who extend management and organization theory and address the implications of this for practitioners. Innovation, conceptual sophistication, methodological rigor, and cutting-edge scholarship are the driving principles. Topics include teams, group processes, leadership, organizational behavior, organizational theory, strategic management, organizational communication, gender and diversity, cross-cultural analysis, and organizational development and change, but all articles dealing with individual, group, organizational and/or environmental dimensions are appropriate. The journal provides an open forum for debate/synergy among diverging philosophical and methodological traditions in traditions in management, social sciences and the humanities, welcoming qualitative and quantitative research-based articles as well as critical research reviews and analyses.

Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN)
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Group Decision and Negotiation is published in cooperation with the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences and its Section on Group Decision and Negotiation. The journal focuses broadly on relation and coordination in group processes by exploring the entire process or flow of activities relevant to group decision and negotiation. Among the evolving approaches to group decision and negotiation processes, the journal explores computer group decision and negotiation support systems; artificial intelligence and management science; applied game theory, experiment and social choice; and cognitive and behavioral sciences. Descriptive, normative, and design viewpoints are all represented. In addition to theoretical and empirical research, the journal presents real-world applications and case studies. It also covers new software development that supports group decision and negotiation.

Group Facilitation (GF)
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Group Facilitation: A Research and Applications Journal is a multi-disciplinary publication focused on the art and science of group facilitation. The aim of Group Facilitation is to advance our knowledge of group facilitation and its implications for individuals, groups, organizations, and communities. It is published semi-annually. Group Facilitation is intended for facilitators, mediators, organizational development and training specialists, managers, researchers, and others who seek to use facilitation skills in their practice. Articles represent diverse perspectives, including organizational learning and development, group and system dynamics, collaborative technology, negotiation, mediation, leadership, decision-making, conflict resolution, cross-cultural contexts, and education. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, facilitator roles within the group, interventions for conflict management, descriptions of specific facilitation methods, approaches to facilitating specific tasks such as idea generation or priority setting, using computer technology to support facilitation, increasing participation in organizations, exploring the underlying values, beliefs and models of facilitation, and applying facilitation skills and concepts to various settings.

Harvard Business Review (HBR)
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The Harvard Business Review has one goal: to be the source of the best new ideas for people creating, leading, and transforming business. HBR's articles cover a wide range of topics that are relevant to different industries, sectors, management functions, and geographic locations. They focus on such areas as strategy, leadership, teams, entrepreneurship, marketing, manufacturing, career management, and the war for talent. While the topics may vary, all HBR articles share certain characteristics. They are written for senior executives by experts whose authority comes from careful analysis, study, and experience. In addition, the ideas presented in these articles have been tested in the real world of business and can be translated into action.

Health Care and Informatics Review Online (HCIRO)
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Health Care and Informatics Review Online (HCIRO) is dedicated to reviewing and interpreting significant developments in healthcare delivery with a particular focus on health informatics. The Journal is the only New Zealand based journal focusing on health information technology issues and has been publishing since 1996. Since that time HCIRO has published four editions per year, and is growing in both quality and quantity of material published. The journal has a wide local and international readership, and is gaining credibility in business and academic circles as the authoritative voice for New Zealand

electronic Journal of Health Informatics (eJHI)
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The electronic Journal of Health Informatics (eJHI) is an international journal committed to scholarly excellence and dedicated to the advancement of health informatics and information technology in healthcare. It is a journal for all health professions and informaticians of all levels. eJHI aims to publish original, high quality papers related to health informatics and health informatics technology in a timely fashion. It aims to provide health care workers with a readily accessible, electronic vehicle for sharing information about research, knowledge, experiences, perceptions and wisdom with colleagues involved in all facets of health informatics and health information technology.

Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries (JHIDC)
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This journal publishes submissions on health informatics that relate to developing countries. The submissions can be either articles, letters, or webcasts/podcasts. The objective of this journal is to share and promote academic knowledge in the field. One of its aims is also to encourage writers from developing countries to contribute their writings.

Health Informatics Journal (HIJ)
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Information and communication technology are integral to all areas of health care, from organisational management to the delivery of patient care and health promotion. In this fast-moving arena, Health Informatics Journal provides an international forum for the exchange of practice, innovation and research. Representing the interdisciplinary nature of health informatics, the journal publishes peer reviewed contributions from the fields of informatics and telematics, the health professions, computer science, engineering and management. The Editor is keen to discuss papers on any subject relevant to healthcare informatics, but especially welcomes contributions on e-health, electronic patient records, e-learning in healthcare, web-based information services; support for clinical decision-making, knowledge management, quality control, evidence-based practice, modeling of healthcare service usage; healthcare applications of mobile and pervasive technologies, assistive technology; evaluation and use of healthcare IT, design and development methodologies for healthcare IT, security and confidentiality; future developments in technologies and applications.

International Journal of Healthcare Delivery Reform Initiatives (IJHDRI)
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The International Journal of Healthcare Delivery Reform Initiatives (IJHDRI) publishes original papers in all areas of healthcare management reform and information systems initiatives aimed at healthcare delivery improvement. It emphasizes empirical research but may include specialized theoretical, methodological, and review papers from both practitioners and academics working in the healthcare industry. It particularly looks at the analysis of ongoing and future initiatives to promote efficiency and reduce error, continuous increase in cost of healthcare delivery, wider divide in the quality of health service available to different segments of our communities, and the influence of increase use of IT in various healthcare delivery processes.

International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics (IJHISI)
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Driven by advancing technologies and their clinical applications, the emerging field of health information systems and informatics is still searching for coherent directing frameworks to advance health care and clinical practices and research. Conducting research in these areas is both promising and challenging due to a host of factors, including rapidly evolving technologies and their application complexity. At the same time, organizational issues, including technology adoption, diffusion and acceptance as well as cost benefits and cost effectiveness of advancing health information systems and informatics applications as innovative forms of investment in healthcare are gaining attention as well. The IJHISI is a new journal to address some of these concepts and critical issues.

International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management (IJHTM)
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The aims of the IJHTM are:

  • to establish channels of communication and disseminate knowledge between policy-makers, professionals and providers working in the healthcare and related industries; and
  • to further the knowledge, research, theory and practice in the fields of management, economics and the management of technology in healthcare.

IJHTM publishes original papers, theory-based empirical papers, review papers, case studies, conference reports, technology reports, book reviews and commentaries. Subject Coverage:

  • Healthcare economics and management on the macro and micro levels
  • Healthcare technology management and technology assessment
  • Medical technology management
  • Strategic management and organization of healthcare and healthcare technology (HC/HCT)
  • Human resource management and HC/HCT
  • Organisation behaviour and organisation theory in HC/HCT
  • R&D management and HC/HCT
  • Entrepreneurial management and HC/HCT
  • Innovation and new product development and HC/HCT
  • Operations management and HC/HCT
  • Quality management (clinical and administrative), benchmarking and TQM in HC/HCT
  • Marketing and HC/HCT
  • Information and telecommunication technology in healthcare
  • Economics and financial management of HC/HCT
  • Relationship between health and healthcare
  • Interface between health and social care
  • Government policies and HC/HCT management
  • HC/HCT management and the link between providers and insurers
  • Globalisation, technology transfer and licensing
  • E-commerce in healthcare
  • Healthcare supply chain management

Hellenic Open University Journal of Informatics (HOUJI)
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The Hellenic Open University Journal of Informatics (HOUJOI) was not accessible in 2013.

High Technology Law Journal (HTLJ)
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Renamed Berkeley Technology Law Journal

Journal of High Technology Management Research (JHTMR)
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The Journal of High Technology Management Research promotes interdisciplinary research regarding the special problems and opportunities related to the management of emerging technologies. It advances the theoretical base of knowledge available to both academicians and practitioners in studying the management of technological products, services, and companies. The Journal is intended as an outlet for individuals conducting research on high technology management at both a micro and macro level of analysis.

Human IT (HIT)
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Human IT ceased?

Human Systems Management (HSM)
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Human Systems Management (HSM) is an international journal addressing the need to understand and shape the organizational and managerial impact of high technology. The journal proceeds by seeking to promote an interface of two inseparable and complementary aspects of managing: Management of human systems: the science and technology of management, striving for productivity, efficient performance and technical competence through effective organization; Human management of systems: the art of management, linking humans into productive teams and catalyzing their creative potential through enterprise, leadership, innovation and participation. The gap between the new ideas employed by world-class international management and what is being discussed in traditional business journals is often large. The latter often contain discussions which practice already refuted. This is also reflected in inadequate curriculae in business schools. To reverse this trend, HSM attempts to provide the research, theory and education commensurate to the needs to today's world-class management. In other words, the journal aims to study methods which actually are bringing success in business.

Human Technology: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Humans in ICT Environments (HT)
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Human Technology presents innovative, peer-reviewed articles that explore the issues and challenges surrounding the human role in all areas of our ICT-infused societies. The journal seeks to draw research from multiple scientific disciplines with an eye toward how applied technology can affect human existence or how it can, for instance, foster personal development and enhance research and development in industry, education, communication and other fields. Human Technology's dynamic and forward-looking articles are intended for use in both the scientific community and industry and the journal does not set any limits regarding the specialization of its authors. The journal welcomes also difficult or controversial topics, and is interested in publishing non-paradigmatic and non-traditional ideas that meet the criteria for good scientific work.

International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (IJHCI)
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The International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction addresses the cognitive, social, health, and ergonomic aspects of work with computers. It also emphasizes both the human and computer science aspects of the effective design and use of computer interactive systems. The journal presents original research both in the general aspects of interface design and in the special application of interface design in a variety of diversified leisure and work activities.

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)
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An interdisciplinary journal reporting on and helping to define the issues that challenge researchers in a rapidly growing field, Human-Computer Interaction publishes theoretical, empirical, and methodological articles on user psychology and computer system design as it affects the user. Combining research in cognitive science, computer science, and psychology, this journal profiles new advances in the field and points out directions for future research. Seeking to foster a scientific understanding of the behavior of computer users--programmers and nonprogrammers, experts and novices--with an emphasis on the cognitive aspects, the journal focuses beyond the individual users to explore the social and organizational contexts of user communities.

International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS)
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The International Journal of Human-Computer Studies publishes original research over the whole spectrum of work relevant to the theory and practice of innovative interactive systems. The journal is inherently interdisciplinary, covering research in computing, artificial intelligence, psychology, linguistics, communication, design, engineering, and social organization, which is relevant to the design, analysis, evaluation and application of innovative interactive systems. Papers at the boundaries of these disciplines are especially welcome, as it is our view that interdisciplinary approaches are needed for producing theoretical insights in this complex area and for effective deployment of innovative technologies in concrete user communities. Research areas relevant to the journal include:

  • Innovative interaction techniques
  • Multimodal interaction
  • Speech interaction
  • Graphic interaction
  • Natural language interaction
  • Interaction in mobile and embedded systems
  • Interface design and evaluation methodologies
  • Design and evaluation of innovative interactive systems
  • User interface prototyping and management systems
  • Ubiquitous computing
  • Wearable computers
  • Pervasive computing
  • Affective computing
  • Empirical studies of user behaviour
  • Empirical studies of programming and software engineering
  • Computer supported cooperative work
  • Computer mediated communication
  • Human-Computer Interaction in organisations and society
  • Virtual reality
  • Mixed and augmented Reality
  • Intelligent user interfaces
  • Presence
  • Intelligent tutoring, coaching and debugging systems
  • Interactive decision support systems
  • Agent-based computing, agent models, co-ordination and communication
  • Human language technologies and machine learning in interactive systems
  • Knowledge acquisition, discovery, modelling and management
  • Peer to peer communication between intelligent systems
  • Ontologies, knowledge technologies, semantic web systems
  • Human-Computer Interaction theory

IAENG International Journal of Computer Science (IAENG IJCS)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
IAENG International Journal of Computer Science is published with both online and print versions. The journal covers the frontier issues in the computer science and their applications in business, industry and other subjects. The computer science is a branch of engineering science that studies computable processes and structures. It contains theories for understanding computing systems and methods; computational algorithms and tools; methodologies for testing of concepts. The subjects covered by the journal include artificial intelligence, bioinformatics, computational statistics, database, data mining, financial engineering, hardware systems, imaging engineering, internet computing, networking, scientific computing, software engineering, and their applications etc.

IBM Journal of Research and Development (IBMJRD)
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The IBM Journal of Research and Development is a peer-reviewed technical journal, published bimonthly, which features the work of authors in the science, technology and engineering of information systems. Papers are written for the worldwide scientific research and development community and knowledgeable professionals. Submitted papers are welcome from the IBM technical community and from non-IBM authors on topics relevant to the scientific and technical content of the Journal.

IBM Systems Journal (IBMSJ)
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The IBM Systems Journal has been replaced by the IBM Journal of Research and Development.

IDEA: The Journal of Law and Technology (IDEA)
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IDEA: The Journal of Law and Technology welcomes intellectual property related articles and commentaries that offer novel, timely, practical, or controversial viewpoints. Authors in the legal, business, scientific, corporate, and technological disciplines are encouraged to submit their intellectual property related articles and commentaries for possible publication. Preferred topics of interest are domestic and international patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, unfair competition, and other related intellectual property issues.

Identity in the Information Society (IDIS)
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Identity in the Information Society (IDIS) is an international, multidisciplinary journal that promotes the study of identity in the information society. Identity is now a key issue for citizens, business and state. The journal explores the developing relationships between identity, security and privacy in an information-intensive society that in the name of security, better marketing or more efficient delivery of goods and services relentlessly tracks physical persons, their financial transactions, and their health. Articles range across research, practice, current issues and debates. IDIS specifically encourages articles from different disciplinary sources, reflecting the broad nature of the topic with its interwoven concerns of law, technology, and information systems alongside other social, political and management issues.

IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (IEEE AHC)
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From the analytical engine to the supercomputer, from Pascal to von Neumann, from punched cards to CD-ROMs -- the IEEE Annals of the History of Computing covers the breadth of computer history. Featuring scholarly articles by leading computer scientists and historians, as well as firsthand accounts by computer pioneers, the Annals is the primary publication for recording, analyzing, and debating the history of computing. The Annals also serves as a focal point for people interested in uncovering and preserving the records of this exciting field. The quarterly publication is an active center for the collection and dissemination of information on historical projects and organizations, oral history activities, and international conferences.

IEEE Distributed Systems Online (IEEE DSO)
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After nine years of publication, DS Online has moved into a new phase as part of Computing Now. CN provides free access to peer-reviewed articles and departments from all of the IEEE Computer Society's 13 magazines.

IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine (IEEE EMBM)
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IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine was relaunched as IEEE Pulse in 2009.

IEEE Intelligent Systems (IEEE IS)
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IEEE Intelligent Systems emphasizes current practice and experience and promising new ideas that will likely see use in the near future. We welcome articles on topics across the spectrum of related work. Example topics include

  • Knowledge-based systems
  • Intelligent software agents
  • Natural language processing
  • Knowledge management
  • Machine learning
  • Data mining
  • Adaptive and intelligent robotics
  • The Semantic Web
  • Social issues relevant to intelligent systems

IEEE Internet Computing (IEEE IC)
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IEEE Internet Computing provides journal-quality evaluation and review of emerging and maturing Internet technologies and applications. The magazine targets the technical and scientific Internet user communities as well as designers and developers of Internet-based applications and enabling technologies. IC publishes refereed articles on the latest developments and key trends in Internet technologies and applications. A crossroads between academic researchers and software professionals, the magazine presents novel content from academic and industry experts on a wide range of topics, including applications, architectures, information management, middleware, policies, security, and standards.

IEEE Pulse (IEEE Pulse)
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IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine was relaunched as IEEE Pulse in 2009. IEEE Pulse is a theme-article publication that covers the full range of fields within biomedical engineering, with each issue covering one theme. Articles are written for technically knowledgeable readers who are not necessarily specialists in the theme topic. A sample list of theme topics of interest include: biochemical engineering, biocontrols, bioinformatics, BioMEMS, biomaterials, biomechanics, biosignal processing, biotechnology, cellular and tissue engineering, clinical engineering, imaging and image processing, information technology, instrumentation, sensors and measurements, micro and nanotechnolgy, neural systems and engineering, physiological systems modeling, proteomics, radiology, rehabilitation engineering, robotics in surgery, and telemedicine. In addition to the theme articles, the magazine also publishes unsolicited features that are of interest to a broad segment of IEEE Pulse readers.

IEEE Software (IEEE Software)
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This bimonthly magazine delivers reliable, useful, leading-edge software development information to keep engineers and managers abreast of rapid technology change. The authority on translating software theory into practice, the magazine positions itself between pure research and pure practice, transferring ideas, methods, and experiences among researchers and engineers. Peer-reviewed articles and columns by real-world experts illuminate all aspects of the industry, including process improvement, project management, development tools, software maintenance, Web applications and opportunities, testing, usability, and much more.

IEEE Transactions on Computers (IEEE ToC)
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The IEEE Transactions on Computers is a monthly publication with a wide distribution to researchers, developers, technical managers, and educators in the computer field. It publishes papers, brief contributions, and comments on research in areas of current interest to the readers. These areas include, but are not limited to, the following: a) computer organizations and architectures; b) operating systems, software systems, and communication protocols; c) real-time systems and embedded systems; d) digital devices, computer components, and interconnection networks; e) specification, design, prototyping, and testing methods and tools; f) performance, fault tolerance, reliability, security, and testability; g) case studies and experimental and theoretical evaluations; and h) new and important applications and trends.

IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management (IEEE TEM)
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IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management is a research-based, refereed journal in engineering management, published quarterly since 1954 by the IEEE Engineering Management Society. Its worldwide subscription base is approximately 10,000. The purpose of this Transactions is; to assist in the establishment and recognition of the engineering management discipline, to provide the publications medium for authors at the leading edge of engineering management in academic institutions, industrial organizations, government agencies, or other settings, to establish the guidelines and identify the future directions of critical issues in engineering management, to become a forum for the researchers and practitioners of engineering management, regardless of their technical specialties.

IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine (IEEE ToITB)
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The IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine publishes basic and applied papers of information technology applications in health, healthcare and biomedicine covering any of the following topics: Personalized and pervasive health technologies (u-, p-, m- and eHealth), electronic health record, interoperability and connectivity, regional and community health information networks, hospital information systems, PACS, disease management systems, CPOE, telemedicine, knowledge management, decision support systems, virtual reality applications, visualisation and biomedical imaging technologies, usability, privacy, security, semantic web, Grids in biomedicine, systems biology, ethical and legal and educational issues.

IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (IEEE TKDE)
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The IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering is an archival journal published monthly. The information published in this Transactions is designed to inform researchers, developers, managers, strategic planners, users, and others interested in state-of-the-art and state-of-the-practice activities in the knowledge and data engineering area. We are interested in well-defined theoretical results and empirical studies that have potential impact on the acquisition, management, storage, and graceful degeneration of knowledge and data, as well as in provision of knowledge and data services. We welcome treatments of the role of knowledge and data in the development and use of information systems and in the simplification of software and hardware development and maintenance. Since the journal is archival, it is assumed that the ideas presented are important, have been well analyzed or empirically validated, and are of value to the knowledge and data engineering research community. Specific topics include, but are not limited to: (a) data mining, (b) databases and data modeling, (c) knowledge engineering and intelligent systems, (d) underlying computational platforms for knowledge and data engineering tools, techniques and systems, and (e) emerging knowledge and data engineering applications.

IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (IEEE PAMI)
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The IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TPAMI) is published monthly. Its editorial board strives to present most important research results in areas within TPAMI's scope. This includes all traditional areas of computer vision and image understanding, all traditional areas of pattern analysis and recognition, and selected areas of machine intelligence. Areas of such machine learning, search techniques, document and handwriting analysis, medical image analysis, video and image sequence analysis, content-based retrieval of image and video, face and gesture recognition and relevant specialized hardware and/or software archictectures are also covered.

IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication (IEEE ToPC)
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The IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication is a refereed quarterly journal published since 1957 by the Professional Communication Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Our readers represent engineers, technical communicators, scientists, information designers, editors, linguists, translators, managers, business professionals and others from around the globe who work as scholars, educators, and/or practitioners. Our readers share a common interest in effective communication in technical workplace and academic contexts. The journal's research falls into three main categories: (1) the communication practices of technical professionals, such as engineers and scientists, (2) the practices of professional communicators who work in technical or business environments, and (3) research-based methods for teaching professional communication.

IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (IEEE TSE)
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The IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering is an archival journal published monthly. We are interested in well-defined theoretical results and empirical studies that have potential impact on the construction, analysis, or management of software. The scope of this Transactions ranges from the mechanisms through the development of principles to the application of those principles to specific environments. Since the journal is archival, it is assumed that the ideas presented are important, have been well analyzed, and/or empirically validated and are of value to the software engineering research or practitioner community. Specific topic areas include: a) development and maintenance methods and models, e.g., techniques and principles for the specification, design, and implementation of software systems, including notations and process models; b) assessment methods, e.g., software tests and validation, reliability models, test and diagnosis procedures, software redundancy and design for error control, and the measurements and evaluation of various aspects of the process and product; c) software project management, e.g., productivity factors, cost models, schedule and organizational issues, standards; d) tools and environments, e.g., specific tools, integrated tool environments including the associated architectures, databases, and parallel and distributed processing issues; e) system issues, e.g., hardware-software trade-off; and f) state-of-the-art surveys that provide a synthesis and comprehensive review of the historical development of one particular area of interest.

IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (IEEE ToN)
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The IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking is committed to the timely publication of high-quality papers that advance the state-of-the-art and practical applications of communication networks. Both theoretical research contributions (presenting new techniques, concepts, or analyses) and applied contributions (reporting on experiences and experiments with actual systems) and tutorial expositions of permanent reference value are published. The topics covered by this journal include:

  • Network Architecture and Design, including networks for local, metropolitan or wide areas, Broadband and very high rate networks, data networks, telephone networks, network interconnections, and the performance analysis of these systems.
  • Communication Protocols, including the design and analysis of protocols for network access, error recovery, routing, congestion, and flow control; and formal methods for the verification, testing, and conversion of communication protocols.
  • Network Software, including distributed processing environments for network systems; network software architecture; network applications, e.g., directory services and call processing; network signaling; and application programming interfaces.
  • Network Technologies including the selection and use of different technologies, such as lightwave or radio; switching technologies applied to networks; and network systems integration.
  • Network Services and Applications, including connectionless and connection-oriented services; personal, location-independent communications; multimedia services and applications; and the implications of applications on network requirements.
  • Network Operations and Management, including operations and management applications, network planning and evolution, network reliability and survivability, and network security.

IMA Journal of Mathematical Control and Information (IMA JMCI)
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The IMA Journal of Mathematical Control and Information is dedicated to developing solutions to the unsolved problems in control and information theory. Published on behalf of The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications.

Industrial Management and Data Systems (IMDS)
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Industrial Management & Data Systems aims to improve managerial skills by promoting awareness of new technology and related concepts and their implications for new products and processes; and to improve understanding of all aspects of management activity, facilitating better communication between functions, so enhancing prospects for more effective corporate integration. Technological aids to management cover a growing and diverse area. Using technology is one thing - being in control of it is another, and an increasingly important factor in developing managerial, communication and technical skills. This journal provides the information needed to exploit the potential of new technology knowledgeably and improve your understanding of all aspects of management activity.

info (info)
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info brings together analysis of technological changes from a variety of perspectives (policy, management, industry structure, behavioural) drawing on concepts and models from economics, the political, social and behavioural sciences, decision analysis, engineering, and law. It provides an effective forum for debate and will help guide the policy and business decisions that are shaping the information economy and society of the 21st century. Coverage:

  • Electronic commerce
  • Access to information
  • Governance in the digital age
  • Effective Competition
  • Self Regulation
  • Wireless and wired networks
  • Topicality

INFOCOMP Journal of Computer Science (INFOCOMP)
|Articles available|DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
Authors are invited to submit original papers in Computer Science. The main areas of interest are (though not limited to):

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Combinatorial Optimization and Meta-Heuristics
  • Computer Graphics, Image Processing and Virtual Reality
  • Databases
  • Graphs, Applied Mathematics and Theory of Computation
  • Hypermedia and Multimedia
  • Information Systems
  • Information Technology in Education
  • Software Engineering

INFOR (INFOR)
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INFOR is published and sponsored by the Canadian Operational Research Society. It provides its readers with papers on a powerful combination of subjects: Information Systems and Operational Research. The importance of combining IS and OR in one journal is that both aim to expand quantitative scientific approaches to management. With this integration, the theory, methodology, and practice of OR and IS are thoroughly examined.

Informação & Informação (II)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-26]
Informação & Informação publishes contributions in Information Science, Archival Science, and Information Technology. It seeks to encourage interdisciplinary studies on interactions between the disciplines. Content in Portuguese.

Informatica Economica Journal (IEJ)
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Algorithms, Applied quantitative methods, Business intelligence, Data mining and Data warehouses, Databases, E-Society, E-Business and E-Commerce, Information and Collaborative Systems, IT Security, K-Management and Technologies, Mobile Software Solutions, Software Project Management, Audit and Software Quality, Systems analysis and design, Web Applications, Software Engineering, Computer Networks.

Informatics for Health and Social Care (IHSC)
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Informatics in Health & Social Care seeks to consolidate and add to the core knowledge within the discipline of Health Informatics. The Journal, therefore welcomes scientific papers, case studies, reviews, editorials and summaries of important reports that are relevant to the domain and community. Articles might, for example, show how care data is collected and transformed into useful and usable information; how informatics research is translated into practice; how specific results can be generalised; or perhaps provide case studies that facilitate learning from experience. Summaries of standards and extracts from the so-called grey literature may also be acceptable. The overriding goal of the Journal is to show, demonstrably, how informatics contributes to the better delivery of care through the presentation of high-quality material, irrespective of whether it is oriented towards research or practice.

Informatics in Primary Care (IPC)
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Informatics in Primary Care aims to provide information, help and guidance to all those concerned with information technology and information management in health care, both nationally and internationally. Informatics is a new and exciting discipline, cutting across medicine, nursing, computing, technology, communications, education, statistics, psychology and sociology, but its primary purpose is the application of information and communications technology to support health care.

The core issues for the journal are:

  • How to make the patient (and where appropriate their carer) an effective participant in their own care
  • Using technology at the point of care
  • Community based interventions including e-Health, telemedicine and social care informatics
  • Improving the quality and use of routinely collected data for quality improvement and research
  • Data visualisation and analytics
  • Utilising linked, large, and big data from health and the wider community to promote health, predict and model disease
  • Information governance, privacy and confidentiality

Information (Information)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
Information is an international, open access journal of information science and technology, data, knowledge and communication. It publishes reviews, regular research papers and short communications. Our aim is to encourage scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical results in as much detail as possible. There is no restriction on the length of the papers. The full experimental details must be provided so that the results can be reproduced.

International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education (IJICTE)
|Subscription required |DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-13]
Ask any teacher at any level of education - technology engages learners and animates their imagination. Technology stimulates minds in ways that make a profound and lasting difference. Indeed, technology, for many, is the most important new teaching strategy and learning style introduced in the past 50 years. Yet, the discipline is woefully lax in quantifiable and qualitative validation of successful learning outcomes. Learners with basic skills in reading, writing, and arithmetic master those skills better and faster with technology; yet the research is not there to defend how much better or how much faster these skills are acquired. Technology offers educators a way to adapt instruction to the needs of more diverse learners; still, such successes are not generalized across populations or content areas. Learners use technology to acquire and organize information evidence to obtain a higher level of comprehension; but we are not sure why. The purpose of the International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education is to grow this body of research, propose new applications of technology for teaching and learning, and document those practices that contribute irrefutable verification of information technology education as a discipline.

Information and Communications Technology Law (ICTL)
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The last decade has seen the introduction of computers and information technology at many levels of human transaction. Information technology (IT) is now used for data collation, in daily commercial transactions like transfer of funds, conclusion of contract, and complex diagnostic purposes in fields such as law, medicine and transport. The use of IT has expanded rapidly with the introduction of multimedia and the Internet. Any new technology inevitably raises a number of questions ranging from the legal to the ethical and the social. Information & Communications Technology Law covers topics such as: the implications of IT for legal processes and legal decision-making and related ethical and social issues; the liability of programmers and expert system builders; computer misuse and related policing issues; intellectual property rights in algorithms, chips, databases, software etc; IT and competition law; data protection; freedom of information; the nature of privacy, legal controls in the dissemination of pornographic, racist and defamatory material on the Internet; network policing; regulation of the IT industry; problems of computer representation and the computational semantics of law; the role of visual or image-based legal ?mental models?; general public policy and philosophical aspects of law and IT. The journal invites articles, national reports and case notes on the above and related topics. All submissions are independently refereed. The journal is published three times a year with one issue a year devoted to a particular theme.

Information and Computation (IC)
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Information and Computation welcomes original papers in all areas of theoretical computer science and computational applications of information theory. Survey articles of exceptional quality will also be considered. Particularly welcome are papers contributing new results in active theoretical areas such as

  • Biological computation and computational biology
  • Computational complexity
  • Computer theorem-proving
  • Concurrency and distributed process theory
  • Cryptographic theory
  • Data base theory
  • Decision problems in logic
  • Design and analysis of algorithms
  • Discrete optimization and mathematical programming
  • Inductive inference and learning theory
  • Logic & constraint programming
  • Program verification & model checking
  • Probabilistic & Quantum computation
  • Semantics of programming languages
  • Symbolic computation, lambda calculus, and rewriting systems
  • Types and typechecking

Information and Management (I&M)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A*' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-21]
Information & Management serves managers, professionals, database administrators and senior executives of organizations which design, implement and manage Information Systems Applications. The major aims are:

  • To collect and disseminate information on new and advanced developments in the field of applied information systems;
  • To provide material for training and education in administrative data systems;
  • To encourage further progress in information systems methodology and applications;
  • To cover the range of information system development and usage in their use of managerial policies, strategies, and activities for business, public administration, and international organizations;
  • To provide guidelines and insights on how to undertake successful information technology initiatives and learn to avoid failures through the study of success and failure patterns

Information and Organization (IO)
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Advances in information and communication technologies are associated with a wide and increasing range of social consequences, which are experienced by individuals, work groups, organizations, interorganizational networks, and societies at large. Information technologies are implicated in all industries and in public as well as private enterprises. Understanding the relationships between information technologies and social organization is an increasingly important and urgent social and scholarly concern in many disciplinary fields. Information and Organization seeks to publish original scholarly articles on the relationships between information technologies and social organization. It seeks a scholarly understanding that is based on empirical research and relevant theory. Information and Organization also seeks to advance established and emerging theoretical arguments through the publication of papers that review empirical research and provide directions for future research and theory development. Essays that provoke critical thinking on important subjects are also sought. The aim is to provide a forum that brings together innovative, reflective, and rigorous scholarship. Of special interest are contributions on the social construction of information technologies, the implications of information technologies for organizational change, alternative organizational designs such as virtual and networked organizations, information system development, organizational governance and control, accounting systems, globalization, decision processes, organizational learning, ethics of information, organizational communication and organizational culture. A rich variety of disciplines provide valuable perspectives on these topics, and the journal seeks contributions from fields such as information systems, organization science, philosophy, history, psychology, anthropology, political science, sociology, computer science, communication, and others. Interest is not restricted to any particular technology for processing or transmitting information. Indeed, new technologies emerge continuously, and the journal seeks to provide a useful forum for discussion about emerging technologies and their social and organizational consequences. Interest is also not restricted to any specific theoretical or disciplinary position.

Journal of Information and Organizational Sciences (JIOS)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
Journal of Information and Organizational Sciences of the Faculty of Organization and Informatics in Varazdin publishes original scientific papers, preliminary communications, review articles, conference papers and professional papers from the field of information and organizational sciences, as well as relevant contributions from related scientific disciplines.

Information and Security (IS)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-26]
Information & Security: An International Journal publishes articles on scientific and technical issues related to national and international security in the information age, information operations, information warfare, command and control warfare, critical information technologies, computer aided exercises, simulators, and information security. It is published four times a year both in electronic form on the Internet and in hardcopy. All papers will be in English. Articles of exceptional quality in Bulgarian or Russian are also accepted for publication, in which case we shall publish an extended abstract in English.

Information and Software Technology (IST)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
Information and Software Technology is the international archival journal focusing on research and experience that contributes to the improvement of software development practices. It covers methods and techniques to more effectively and efficiently engineer and manage software. Examples of areas covered by the journal include:

  • empirical and experimental analyses
  • software economics
  • project managment
  • software metrics
  • quality managment, assurance and control
  • software processes and development methods
  • requirements engineering
  • specification and design
  • software architecture and modelling
  • components, framework and product-lines
  • testing and program analysis
  • maintenance, reverse engineering and evolution
  • configuration management and coordination
  • large-scale distributed development

Journal of Information Architecture (JIA)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
The Journal of Information Architecture is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. Its aim is to facilitate the systematic development of the scientific body of knowledge in the field of information architecture. The Journal's focus is information architecture research and development in all types of shared information environments, such as for example social networks, web sites, intranets, mobile and Rich Internet Applications, from various perspectives such as technical, cultural, social, and communicational. The Journal is broadly multi- and interdisciplinary, publishing works focusing on IA and drawing on a broad range of disciplines. Its guiding principle is not to discriminate contradictory arguments and alternative approaches: Theoretical and methodological pluralism is welcomed and supported.

Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society (JICES)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-26]
The Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society provides an interdisciplinary perspective on the impacts of new media and information and communication technologies on society, organisations, the environment and individuals. High quality unpublished work from academics and practitioners is welcomed for consideration. Such work might be conceptual, visionary, empirical or policy focused, or any combination of these. It might be written from a single disciplinary or multidisciplinary perspective. Work can cover any sector such as agriculture, commerce, education, finance, government, health, industry, leisure, media and transport. All topics in the area of social and ethical issues are acceptable. It is acceptable to consider all or any of the stakeholders such as clients, communities, customers, developers, owners, policy makers, users and vendors.

International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development (IJICTHD)
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The mission of the International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development (IJICTHD) is to create awareness on how ICTs contribute to human development in multiple areas. This journal describes the link between ICTs and human development, which includes economic, social, and political development. IJICTHD identifies potential applications for the development of human beings and provides insightful analysis about those factors (also contextual and institutional ones) that affect ICTs for human development initiatives. Proposing strategies to both governments and international cooperation organizations for moving forward, this journal also addresses future challenges.

Information Development (InfDev)
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Information Development aims to provide authoritative coverage of current developments in the provision, management and use of information throughout the world, with particular emphasis on the information needs and problems of the developing countries. It deals with both the development of information systems, services and skills and with the role of information in personal and in national development. Information Development covers all the major aspects of information transfer, including:

  • generation of information - including authorship, copyrights and primary communications
  • production of information media - including publishing, printing and production of audio-visual media
  • distribution of information - including book-selling and telecommunications
  • bibliographic control and service - including bibliographical databases and online services
  • libraries, information services, archives and records
  • use of information - including literacy, reading and user studies
  • education and training of information specialists and users.

Information Economics and Policy (IEP)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
IEP is a broad-based, international journal that aims to publish policy-oriented research about the production, distribution and use of information, including these subjects: the economics of the telecommunications, mass media, and other information industries, the economics of innovation and intellectual property, the role of information in economic development, and the role of information and information technology in the functioning of markets.

Information Fusion (IF)
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The journal is intended to present within a single forum all of the developments in the field of multi-sensor, multi-source information fusion and thereby promote the synergism among the many disciplines that are contributing to its growth. The journal is being groomed as the premier vehicle for disseminating information on all aspects of research and development in the field of information fusion. Articles are expected to emphasize one or more of the three facets: architectures, algorithms, and applications. Papers dealing with fundamental theoretical analyses as well as those demonstrating their application to real-world problems will be welcome. The journal publishes original papers, letters to the Editors and from time to time invited review articles, in all areas related to the information fusion arena including, but not limited to, the following suggested topics:

  • data, feature, decision, and multilevel fusion
  • multilook temporal fusion
  • multi-sensor, multi-source fusion system architectures
  • adaptive and self-improving fusion system architectures
  • neurophysiologically-motivated architectures and applications
  • active, passive, and mixed sensor suites
  • multisensor and distributed sensor system design
  • fusion learning in imperfect, imprecise and incomplete environments
  • intelligent techniques for fusion processing
  • system design and algorithmic issues
  • computational resources optimization
  • special purpose hardware dedicated to fusion applications
  • mining remotely sensed multi-spectral/hyper-spectral image data bases
  • applications such as robotics, space, medicine, economics, management information systems
  • real-world issues, such as computational demands, real-time constraints.

Information Infrastructure and Policy (IIP)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
Renamed Information Polity.

Information Knowledge Systems Management (IKSM)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
The IKSM Journal is intended to become a primary source of information for those responsible for engineering and managing:

  • Information systems environment to support effective technology development and organizational management, or Information Management.
  • Enterprise environments for knowledge development, integration, and transfer, or Knowledge Management.
  • Processes for identifying organizational needs, developing approaches to meeting needs, deploying integrated solutions in operational settings, and ongoing managing of these solutions within an appropriate environmental context, or Systems Management.

The major thrust of articles published in IKSM should involve understanding and enhancing use of information management, knowledge management, and systems management for organizational and enterprise improvement.


Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT)
|Articles available|DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2011-08-23]

Renamed the European Journal of Law and Technology in 2011.


Journal of Information Literacy (JIL)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
Journal of Information Literacy (JIL) is an international, peer-reviewed, academic journal that aims to investigate Information Literacy (IL) within a wide range of settings. Papers on any topic related to the practical, technological or philosophical issues raised by the attempt to increase information literacy throughout society are encouraged. The aim of JIL is to investigate and to make generalised observations on how Information Literacy impacts on organisations, systems and the individual. While recognising the firm foothold already established by IL in the Higher Education sector, the editorial board, seeks to consolidate and extend this to a wider educational audience. Furthermore the board welcomes ever-wider interpretations of IL that extend its theoretical interpretation and practical use beyond the educational arena and across national frontiers.

International Journal of Information Management (IJIM)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A' | [Entry Reviewed: 2014-02-05]
The International Journal of Information Management (IJIM) is an international, peer-reviewed journal which aims to bring its readers the very best analysis and discussion in the developing field of information management. The journal:

  • keeps the reader briefed with major papers, reports and reviews
  • is topical: Viewpoint articles and other regular features including Research Notes, Case Studies and a Reviews section help keep the reader up to date with current issues.
  • focusses on high quality papers that address contemporary issues for all those involved in information management and which make a contribution to advancing information management theory and practice.

Information is critical for the survival and growth of organisations and people. The challenge for Information management is now less about managing activities that collect, store and disseminate information. Rather, there is greater focus on managing activities that make changes in patterns of behaviour of customers, people, and organizations, and information that leads to changes in the way people use information to engage in knowledge focussed activities. Information management covers a wide field and we encourage submissions from diverse areas of practice and settings including business, health, education and government. Topics covered include: Aspects of information management in learning organisations, health care (patients as well health workers and managers), business intelligence, security in organizations, social interactions and community development, knowledge management, information design and delivery, information for health care, Information for knowledge creation, legal and regulatory issues, IS-enabled innovations in information, content and knowledge management, philosophical and methodological approaches to information management research, new and emerging agendas for information research and reflective accounts of professional practice.


Information Management and Business Review (IMBR)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
Information Management and Business Review (IMBR) is an open access peer reviewed journal and publishes original unpublished research work related to contemporary business, information management and other relevant areas. The research studies in IMBR address emerging issues and developments in domestic and international business world. IMBR encourages submission in but not limited to subjects of finance, accounting, financial psychology, marketing, information management and human resource management.

Information Management and Computer Security (IMCS)
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Information Management & Computer Security contributes to the advance of knowledge directly related to the theory and practice of the management and security of information and information systems. It publishes methodological developments, empirical studies and practical applications. Emphasis is placed on systematic studies that contribute to the general understanding of the power and usefulness of information and hence contribute to more effective management. A double-blind review process ensures the content's validity and relevance. Because computers are now regarded as such an everyday facet of business life, they tend to be regarded as useful furniture, rather than dynamic technological aids. For this reason, their full potential is often not efficiently exploited. This journal examines the two closely related fields of data management and its security, providing insights and describing methodologies that computer users can adapt to their own systems to improve input, storage, use and protection of valuable data.

The Information Management Journal (IMJ)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-09]
Rebadged as a magazine.

Journal of Information Policy (JIP)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
The Journal of Information Policy is a refereed scholarly journal that is multidisciplinary and international in scope. The Journal publishes articles, comments, book reviews, literature reviews, and invited commentary in an electronic, online format. We interpret the term "information policy" broadly, with the understanding that its meaning and parameters may evolve in a rapidly changing society. The term embraces the full range of information and communications users, institutions, technologies, applications, businesses, and cultures. Methodological approaches may include (but are not limited to) scientific, technological, economic, legal, social scientific, policy analysis, case studies, or comparative studies. Articles should provide insights and/or recommendations into issues that are timely and useful for decision makers.

Information Polity (IP)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-07]
Information Polity is dedicated to publishing work from two main sources: academic and practitioner. The journal publishes work from academics that is both of top quality and, equally, of high strategic relevance to practitioners. Secondly, the journal is intent on publishing work undertaken by practitioners

Journal of Information Privacy and Security (JIPS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
The Journal of Information Privacy and Security (JIPS) serves as a reliable source on issues of information privacy and security for both academics and practitioners. The journal is a refereed journal of high quality that seeks support from academicians, industry experts and specific government agencies. The journal focuses on publishing articles that address the paradoxical nature of privacy versus security amidst current global conditions. It is increasingly important that various constituents of information begin to understand their role in finding the delicate balance of security and privacy.

Information Processing and Management (IPM)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2014-02-05]
Information Processing & Management is devoted to refereed reporting of:

  1. Basic and applied research in information science, computer science, cognitive science and related areas that deals with: the generation, representation, organization, storage, retrieval, and use of information; the nature, manifestations, behavior, and effects of information and knowledge; communication and distribution of information and knowledge; and human information behavior.
  2. Experimental and advanced processes related to: information retrieval (IR); digital libraries; knowledge organization and distribution; digitized contents - text, image, sound and multimedia processing; and human-computer interfaces in information systems. Implementations in information retrieval systems and a variety of information systems, networks, and contexts. Related evaluation.
  3. Management of information resources, services, systems and networks, and digital libraries. Related studies of the economics of information and the principles of information management.

The aim is to provide an international forum for advanced works and critical analysis in these interdependent and interdisciplinary areas:

  • Progress in the theory, principles, and procedures in information processing, particularly involving information retrieval; search engines; knowledge and distributed intelligence; information representation, classification, extraction, filtering and summarization; question answering; information navigation, browsing and visualization; and human-computer interaction in information systems.
  • Research on the formal characteristics and properties of information and knowledge and the associated processes of communication among humans and between humans and machines.
  • Modeling and evaluation of information systems performance, particularly of information retrieval systems, knowledge systems, and digital libraries. Studies of their effectiveness, efficiency, value, or impact.
  • Studies in management and economics of information and information systems. Use of information for decision making and problem solving.
  • Studies in information policies. Derivation and use of information indicators.

Information Processing Letters (IPL)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-23]
The aim of IPL is to allow rapid dissemination of interesting results in the field of information processing in the form of short, concise papers. To this end, submissions should not exceed the equivalent of nine A4 or 81/2–by–11 double–spaced typed pages. The scope of the journal is indicated by the list of keywords found below. This list is periodically updated by inserting items most frequently proposed by the contributors and removing the least popular entries, under the advisement of the Board of Editors. Submissions are encouraged both on theoretical work and on experimental work. The scope of IPL is suggested by the following alphabetical list of keywords:

  • algorithms
  • analysis of algorithms
  • approximation algorithms
  • automatic theorem proving
  • combinatorial problems
  • compilers
  • computational complexity
  • computational geometry
  • concurrency
  • cryptography
  • databases
  • data structures
  • design of algorithms
  • distributed computing
  • distributed systems
  • fault tolerance
  • formal languages
  • formal methods
  • formal semantics
  • functional programming
  • graph algorithms
  • information retrieval
  • interconnection networks
  • on-line algorithms
  • operating systems
  • parallel algorithms
  • parallel processing
  • performance evaluation
  • program correctness
  • program derivation
  • programming calculi
  • programming languages
  • program specification
  • randomized algorithms
  • real–time systems
  • safety/security in digital systems
  • scheduling
  • software design and implementation
  • software engineering
  • specification languages
  • theory of computation

Information Research (IR)
|Articles available|DEST Approved|On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
Information Research is a free, international, scholarly journal, dedicated to making freely accessible the results of research across a wide range of information-related disciplines. We publish both refereed papers and working papers in the fields of information science, information management, information systems, information policy and librarianship.

Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ)
|Subscription required |DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-06]
The Information Resources Management Journal (IRMJ) is an applied research, refereed, international journal providing coverage of challenges, opportunities, problems, trends, and solutions encountered by both scholars and practitioners in the field of information technology management. IRMJ emphasizes the managerial and organizational facets of information technology resources management. Topics should be drawn from, but not limited to, the following areas:
  • Application of IT to Operation
  • Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems Technologies and Issues
  • Business Process Management and Modeling
  • Data Warehousing and Mining
  • Database Management Technologies and Issues
  • Decision Support and Group Decision Support Systems
  • Distance Learning Technologies and Issues
  • Distributed Software Development
  • E-collaboration
  • Electronic Commerce Technologies and Issues
  • Electronic Government
  • Emerging Technologies Management
  • End User Computing Issues
  • Executive Information Systems
  • Global Information Technology Management
  • Healthcare Information Technology
  • Human & Societal Issues in IT Management
  • Information Technology Education and Training Issues
  • Information Technology Security and Ethics
  • IS/IT Education
  • IT Innovation and Diffusion
  • IT Management
  • IT Outsourcing
  • IT/E-business in Small Businesses
  • Knowledge Management
  • MIS Re-engineering Management
  • Mobile Commerce
  • Multimedia Computing Technologies and Issues
  • Object Oriented Technologies and Issues
  • Project Management
  • Software Process Improvement
  • Standards and Standardization Issues
  • Strategic IT management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Systems Development and CASE
  • Telecommunications and Networking Technologies
  • Virtual Organizations
  • Virtual Teams
  • Web Services and Technologies

Information Retrieval (IR)
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This journal serves as an international forum for theory and experiment in information retrieval and its application in the networked information environment. It presents substantial research results in a wide range of techniques applied to a variety of tasks and a variety of media. Information Retrieval features theoretical, experimental and applied papers. Theoretical papers report a significant conceptual advance in the design of algorithms or other processes for some information retrieval task. Experimental papers detail a test of one or more theoretical ideas in a laboratory or natural setting. Application papers cover successful application of some already established technique to a significant real world problem involving information retrieval. Information retrieval overlaps with a variety of technical and behavioral fields. As a result, the journal includes papers which unify concepts across several traditional disciplinary boundaries, with specific application to problems of information retrieval.

Journal of Information Science (JIS)
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The Journal of Information Science is an international journal of high repute covering topics of interest to all those researching and working in the sciences of information and knowledge management. The Editors welcome material on any aspect of information science theory, policy, application or practice that will advance thinking in the field. Information Science is a broad based discipline which has a potential impact in almost every sphere of human activity in the emerging information age. There have been significant advances in information technology and information processing techniques over recent years and the pace of innovation shows no sign of slowing. However, the application of these technologies is often sub-optimal because theoretical understanding lags behind. The Journal seeks to achieve a better understanding of the principles that underpin the effective creation, organization, storage, communication and utilization of information and knowledge resources. It seeks to understand how policy and practice in the area can be built on sound theoretical or heuristic foundations to achieve a greater impact on the world economy. Articles written from a theoretical or applied perspective are welcomed. However, theoretical articles should consider the possible application of the proposed theory in other fields of research, commerce, education or government. Conversely, articles focusing on applied information science topics should seek to highlight the underlying theoretical principles and show how their application has been novel or lead to unusual or exemplary results.

Journal of Information Science and Technology (JIST)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-05]
The Journal of Information Science and Technology (JIST) is a unique and innovative publication of the Information Institute. JIST is founded on the premise that the wealth of our society is largely dependent on its ability to organize. This ability entails working with information and therefore handling it effectively. Information therefore is the lifeblood of organizations. The JIST mission is to significantly expand the domain of information research to a wide and eclectic audience of academics, consultants and executives who are involved in the management of organizations either for competitive advantage or service delivery enhancement. JIST will publish original research and comments about the science of information and the application of technology for the successful management of organizations. Contributions are particularly welcome which analyze the results of interdisciplinary research and relate to the intersection of theory, method and empirical findings. Of interest will be manuscripts, which present the theoretical concepts of the acquisition, organization, and dissemination of information to support functional and cross-functional organizational operations, planning, and decision-making. Further, publications will include the results of investigations that advance practice and understanding of the application of technology to support efficient and effective business operations. JIST submissions will be double blind refereed and will provide a forum for high quality research, communication and debate on the subject of the science of information and its technology-enabled application.

Information Sciences (IS)
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Information Sciences will publish original, innovative and creative research results. A smaller number of timely tutorial and surveying contributions will be published from time to time. The journal is designed to serve researchers, developers, managers, strategic planners, and others interested in state-of-the art research activities in information, knowledge engineering and intelligent systems. Readers are assumed to have a common interest in information science, but with diverse backgrounds in fields such as engineering, mathematics, statistics, physics, computer science, cell biology, molecular biology, management science, cognitive science, neurobiology, behavioural sciences and biochemistry. The journal publishes high-quality, refereed articles. It emphasizes a balanced coverage of both theory and practice. Topics include: Foundations of Information Science, Information Theory, Mathematical Linguistics, Automata Theory, Cognitive Science, Theories of Qualitative Behaviour, Artificial Intelligence, Computational Intelligence, Soft Computing, Semiotics, Computational Biology and Bio-informatics. Implementations and Information Technology, Intelligent Systems, Genetic Algorithms and Modelling, Fuzzy Logic and Approximate Reasoning, Artificial Neural Networks, Expert and Decision Support Systems, Learning and Evolutionary Computing, Expert and Decision Support Systems, Learning and Evolutionary Computing, Self-adaptation and Self-organisational Systems, Data Engineering, Fusion of Data, Information and Knowledge, Adaptive ad Supervisory Control, Discrete Event Systems, Symbolic / Numeric and Statistical Techniques, Perceptions and Pattern Recognition, Design of Algorithms, Software Design, Computer Systems and Architecture Evaluations and Tools, Human-Computer Interface, Computer Communication Networks and Modelling and Computing with Words. Applications, Manufacturing Automation and Mobile Robots, Virtual Reality, Image Processing and Computer Vision Systems, Photonics Networks, Genomics and Bioinformatics, Brain Mapping, Language and Search Engine Design, User-friendly Man Machine Interface, Data Compression and Text Abstraction, Virtual Reality, Finance and Economics Modelling and Optimisation.

International Journal of Information Security (IJIS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
The International Journal of Information Security is an English language periodical on research in information security which offers prompt publication of important technical work, whether theoretical, applicable, or related to implementation. Coverage includes system security: intrusion detection, secure end systems, secure operating systems, database security, security infrastructures, security evaluation; network security: Internet security, firewalls, mobile security, security agents, protocols, anti-virus and anti-hacker measures; content protection: watermarking, software protection, tamper resistant software; applications: electronic commerce, government, health, telecommunications, mobility; and foundations: privacy, access control, authentication, identification, cryptography, steganography and formal methods in information security.

International Journal of Information Security and Privacy (IJISP)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-23]
As information technology and the Internet become more and more ubiquitous and pervasive in our daily lives, there is an essential need for a more thorough understanding of information security and privacy issues and concerns. The International Journal of Information Security and Privacy (IJISP) will create and foster a forum where research in the theory and practice of information security and privacy is advanced. It seeks to publish high quality papers dealing with a wide range of issues, ranging from technical, legal, regulatory, organizational, managerial, cultural, ethical and human aspects of information security and privacy. It will do so through a balanced mix of theoretical and empirical research articles, case studies, book reviews, tutorials, and editorials.

Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective (ISJ)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-27]
Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective is a highly influential insider's review dealing with the ever-changing security environment and its inherent challenges. It provides essential information for managing the evolving enterprise, with detailed articles on emerging technologies, current trends and innovative solutions. The Journal's audience is comprised of dedicated professionals charged with implementing security programs, as well as those who create and enforce policies and procedures. It is also made up of authors who are experts in their respective areas, submitting timely and visionary perspectives for the education of all. The journal covers:

  • Access Control
  • Analysis and Monitoring
  • Application Security
  • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
  • Certification and Accreditation
  • Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP)
  • Cryptography
  • Enterprise Security Management Practices
  • Enterprise-wide System Development Security
  • Information Security and Risk Management
  • Laws, Investigations, Forensics and Ethics
  • Malicious Code
  • Operations Security
  • Physical (Environmental) Security
  • Regulations and Compliance
  • Risk, Response and Recovery
  • Security Standards, Guidelines, Criteria
  • Security Architecture and Design
  • Security Operations and Administration
  • Systems Security Engineering
  • Telecommunications and Network Security

The Information Society (TIS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
The Information Society is an international, refereed journal that publishes scholarly articles, position papers, short communications, and book reviews. The journal serves as a forum for thoughtful commentary about impacts, policies, systems concepts, and methodologies related to the rapidly emerging information society. Topics covered include:
  • the rise of virtual communities through worldwide many-to- many communication
  • cross-border data flows
  • fears of cultural imperialism and inundation
  • (inter)national information infrastructures
  • and implications of options for electronic democracy.

International Journal of Information System Modeling and Design (IJISMD)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
The International Journal of Information System Modeling and Design (IJISMD) publishes original research on the advances of modeling methods in system analysis and design. IJISMD promotes enterprise modeling which is bridging the communication gap among business managers and system designers. This journal examines the theoretical foundations of new generation graphical design methods, models, and tools to facilitate reasoning on compositions of systems and services across organizational and technical system boundaries.

Information Systems (IS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
Information systems are the software and hardware systems that support data-intensive applications. Information Systems publishes articles concerning the design and implementation of languages, data models, software and hardware for information systems. Subject areas include data management issues as presented in the principal international database conferences (e.g. ACM SIGMOD, ACM PODS, VLDB and EDBT) as well as data-related issues from the fields of knowledge-based systems, information retrieval, programming languages, and organisational behaviour. All papers should motivate the problems they address with compelling examples from real or potential applications. Systems papers must be serious about experimentation either on real systems or simulations based on traces from real systems. Papers from industrial organisations that discuss the practical implementation of systems are welcome. Theoretical papers should have a clear motivation from applications. They should either break significant new ground or unify and extend existing algorithms. Such papers should clearly state which ideas have potentially wide applicability.

Journal of Information Systems (JIS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-27]
The Journal of Information Systems (JIS) is the academic journal of the Information Systems Section of the American Accounting Association. Its goal is to support, promote, and improve information systems and information technology research, education, and practice. JIS publishes academic and educational research, and, the reports of practice advances related to information systems and information technology. The primary criterion for publication in JIS is contribution to the accounting, AIS, or MIS literatures, broadly defined.

Information Systems and e-Business Management (ISeB)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-27]
Information Systems and e-Business Management (ISeB) focuses on the core tasks of information systems management; the conceptual analysis, design, and deployment of information systems; and all e-business related topics. The journal publishes novel research findings in information systems management and e-business that advance the field fundamentally and significantly. Published quarterly, this journal serves as a dynamic forum for both academics and practitioners in industry. These readers turn to ISeB to discover innovative research on all aspects of information systems management, including analytical, behavioral and technological perspectives.

Journal of Information Systems and Small Business (JISSB)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
The Journal of Information Systems and Small Business (JISSB) has merged with the Australasian Journal on Information Systems.

International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management (IJISSCM)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-26]
The International Journal of Information Systems & Supply Chain Management (IJISSCM) examines current, state-of-the-art research in the areas of SCM, and the interactions, linkages, applications, and support of SCM using information systems. The journal encompasses theoretical, analytical, or empirical research, comprehensive reviews of relevant research, and also case studies of effective applications in this area. The use of new technologies, methods, and techniques are emphasized.

Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management (JISTEM)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-27]
The Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management (JISTEM) is an international quality, peer reviewed journal covering innovative research and practice in Information Systems and Technology Management. JISTEM is a free online international journal created in 2004. Articles are welcome on research, practice, experience, current issues and debates. The JISTEM encourages submissions that integrate technological disciplines with social, contextual and management issues based on research using appropriate research methods. All papers will be subject to a blind review process. The Journal is quarterly and online. The Journal subscription and submission is free of charge.

Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-06]
The Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE) is an academic, peer reviewed IS journal that focuses on IS education. JISE seeks original articles on current topics of special interests to information systems educators. The journal publishes applications-oriented and research articles covering information systems education and training topics. Curriculum design and implementation issues and research or application oriented articles that describe curriculum, pedagogy, professional development or educational facilities issues will be considered for publication in the journal. Possible topics include: course projects/cases, lecture materials, curriculum design and/or implementation, workshops, faculty/student internal/external programs, hardware/software selection, industry relations, etc. Submissions will be judged not only on the suitability of the content, but also on the readability and clarity of the prose.

International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (IJISCRAM)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-12]
The International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, (IJISCRAM), is an academically rigorous outlet for research into crisis response and management. It is focused on the design, development, implementation, use and evaluation of IS technologies and methodologies to support crisis response and management. It explores issues critical to the application of IS to crisis response and management.

Information Systems Frontiers (ISF)
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Information Systems Frontiers examines new research and development at the interface of information systems (IS) and information technology (IT) from analytical, behavioral, and technological perspectives. It provides a common forum for both frontline industrial developments as well as pioneering academic research. The journal?s multidisciplinary approach draws from such fields as computer science, telecommunications, operations research, economics, and cognitive sciences. Among the emerging areas covered are enterprise modeling and integration, object/web technologies, information economics, IT integrated manufacturing, medical informatics, digital libraries, mobile computing, and electronic commerce.

Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries (EJISDC)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
EJISDC targets the digital divide. Our aim is to situate contemporary trends in ICTs within a fully global context that moves away from the current skewed perspective of developed countries. Outside of North America, Western Europe, Australasia and Japan, there exists a wide and varied world that is struggling to make sense of technological advances in its own way. A world in which priorities for investments in information systems compete with the provision of the basic necessities of life such as decent housing, clean water and primary healthcare. Yet ICT investments can and do contribute to the betterment of the lives of the poor. EJISDC intends to reach its audience in a manner which is consistent with its mission. It will be published electronically, as the title suggests. There are no subscription fees. Research contributions will be sought, and they will be reviewed and refereed by renowned scholars, but EJISDC is not a journal for academics merely to showcase their research skills to each other. The editors will seek contributions from practitioners, managers, policy makers and writers with a story to tell. We are convinced that there is an abundance of useful knowledge regarding the use of ICTs in developing countries which has not been tapped and which can be usefully and easily shared electronically among interested individuals in the developing world.

International Journal of Information Systems in the Service Sector (IJISSS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
The International Journal of Information Systems in the Service Sector (IJISSS) examines current, state-of-the-art research in the area of service sectors and their interactions, linkages, applications, and support using information systems. This fully refereed journal encompasses theoretical, analytical, and empirical research, as well as comprehensive reviews of relevant research, technical reports, book reviews, and case studies of effective applications in this area. The use of new theories, technologies, models, methods, techniques, and principles are emphasized.

Information Systems Journal (ISJ)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A*' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-06]
The Information Systems Journal (ISJ) is an international journal promoting the study of, and interest in, information systems. Articles are welcome on research, practice, experience, current issues and debates. The ISJ encourages submissions that reflect the wide and interdisciplinary nature of the subject and articles that integrate technological disciplines with social, contextual and management issues, based on research using appropriate research methods. The ISJ has particularly built its reputation by publishing qualitative research and it continues to welcome such papers. Quantitative research papers are also welcome but they need to emphasise the context of the research and the theoretical and practical implications of their findings. The ISJ does not publish purely technical papers. See also the Editors' Website.

Information Systems Management (ISM)
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Information Systems Management (ISM) is the on-going exchange of academic research, best practices, and insights based on managerial experience. The journal's goal is to advance the practice of information systems management through this exchange. To meet this goal, each issue of the journal features themed papers examining a particular topic. In addition to themed papers, the journal regularly publishes on the following topics in IS management:

  • Achieving Strategic IT Alignment and Capabilities
  • IT Governance
  • CIO and IT Leadership Roles
  • IT Sourcing
  • Planning and Managing an Enterprise Infrastructure
  • IT Security
  • Selecting and Delivering Application Solutions
  • Portfolio Management
  • Managing Complex IT Projects
  • E-Business Technologies
  • Supporting Knowledge Work

Information Systems Research (ISR)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A*' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
Information Systems Research (ISR) seeks to advance knowledge about the effective and efficient utilization of information technology by individuals, groups, organizations, society, and nations for the improvement of economic and social welfare. The journal is receptive to a wide variety of phenomena and topics related to the design, management, use, valuation, and impacts of information technologies at different levels of analysis (i.e., individuals, groups, firms, networks, societies, and nations). High quality theoretical, empirical, design, and analytical work on any of the above topics are welcomed by the journal. The journals seeks research that examines topics from a wide range of theories including, but not limited to, cognitive psychology, economics, computer science, operations research, design science, organization theory, organization behavior, sociology, and strategic management. Diverse methods and approaches are welcome. Reviews and syntheses of prior contributions to relevant subjects are also welcome, provided they make significant contributions to ongoing research streams in the information systems research community. The journal

Information Systems Security (ISS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2011-04-20]
Became Information Security Journal: A Global Perspective in 2008.

Information Technologies and International Development (ITID)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-12]
Information Technologies and International Development will be the premier journal in its field, focusing on the intersection of information and communication technologies (ICT) with international development. We aim to create a networked community of leading thinkers and strategists to discuss the critical issues of ICT and development, an epistemic community that crosses disciplines (especially technologists and social scientists), national boundaries, and the North and South hemispheres.

Information Technologies and Learning Tools (ITLT)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
This electronic professional serial contains developments in pedagogics sphere, psychology, didactics, method of distance education, methodology, theory and history of informatization of education; not only theoretical researches but also technologies of education are illuminated; the actual questions of information technologies and learning tools as well as legal aspects of forming and use of informative educational space are analyzed; the ways of increase of efficiency of the distance learning are examined.

Journal of Information Technology (JIT)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A*' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
The aim of the Journal of Information Technology (JIT) is to provide academically robust papers, research, critical reviews and opinions on the organisational, social and management issues associated with significant information-based technologies. It is designed to be read by academics, scholars, advanced students, reflective practitioners, and those seeking an update on current experience and future prospects in relation to contemporary information and communications technology themes. JIT focuses on new research addressing technology and the management of IT, including strategy, change, infrastructure, human resources, sourcing, system development and implementation, communications, technology developments, technology futures, national policies and standards. It also publishes articles that advance our understanding and application of research approaches and methods.

Journal of Information Technology & Politics (JITP)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
The Journal of Information Technology & Politics examines how information technology (IT) impacts politics and government, how politics and government influence the development and use of IT, and how IT can be used to advance research and education, particularly in political science. The journal features articles that carry significant technical weight on IT issues with a practical, readable focus for social scientists. Contributors address the challenges and opportunities presented by the use of IT in a variety of disciplines, including law, geography, communications, economics, and sociology. The Journal of Information Technology & Politics covers research, policy, tool development, and teaching issues at the intersection of IT and politics. The journal looks at e-government; the applications of IT in political campaigns, elections, and public sector management; the political economy of IT; and the governance of the Internet. The journal's contributors also examine forms of citizen interaction with government-from "blogs" at the "net-roots" to hyperlinked transnational social movements. The?Journal of Information Technology & Politics is a unique resource for anyone working in the fields of political science, public policy, public administration, information and computer science, law, geography, sociology, and public health.

International Journal of Information Technology and Decision Making (IJITDM)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-09]
International Journal of Information Technology and Decision Making (IJITDM) provides a global forum for exchanging research findings and case studies which bridge the latest information technology and various decision-making techniques. It promotes how information technology improves decision techniques as well as how the development of decision-making tools affects the information technology era. The journal is peer-reviewed and publishes both high-quality academic (theoretical or empirical) and practical papers in the broad ranges of information technology related topics.

Information Technology and Disabilities (ITD)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2011-02-03]
Information Technology and Disabilities ceased publication in 2008.

Information Technology and Libraries (ITAL)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-23]
Information Technology and Libraries (ITAL) is a refereed journal published quarterly by the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA), a division of the American Library Association. It is a perquisite of membership in LITA. Non-members may subscribe to ITAL using our secure online subscription form. Information Technology and Libraries publishes material related to all aspects of libraries and information technology, including digital libraries, metadata, authorization and authentication, electronic journals and electronic publishing, telecommunications, distributed systems and networks, computer security and intellectual property rights, technical standards, geographic information systems, desktop applications, online catalogs and bibliographic systems, optical information systems, software engineering, universal access to technology, futuristic forecasting, library consortia, vendor relations, and technology and the arts.

Information Technology and Management (ITM)
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Information Technology and Management explores the many different technologies inherent in the field of information technology and their impact on information systems design, functionality, operations, and management. The journal takes a broad view of information systems as systems that not only include machines but human beings as well. As a result, the journal is an important outlet for studies concerning the man/machine interface, human factors, and organizational issues. Moreover, the journal explores the managerial issues and the strategic issues that arise from the management of information technology.

Information Technology and People (ITP)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
A landmark journal that stands for continuous innovation of social and organizational strategies in the design and use of information technology, from the network to the desktop As information technology becomes ever more sophisticated, complex and pervasive, its encounter with organizational structures and practices continues to deepen in importance, to the organizations themselves, to the people who comprise them, and to the societies in which this encounter is embedded. Information Technology and People has been a pioneer in exploring this phenomenon since 1982. It remains at the leading edge of research that discerns not only the interrelationship of IT and the organization, but new methods and theories for perceiving and understand this relationship. To this end, the journal utilizes leading social theory, multiple methods and the newest venues where information technology is deployed. The editorial scope includes not only the setting and the approach to study but the very reasoning that we use in conceptualizing about technology and deciding how it will be used, and follows through to examine the emergent forms of organizations and technology as they interact. ITP is constantly innovative in its approach, settings and topics. ITP is progressively international in its scope of authors, readers and research settings. ITP has always been interdisciplinary and open to multiple methods and views for exploring the intricate and complex relationship between technology and social forms.

International Journal of Information Technology and the Systems Approach (IJITSA)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-23]
The International Journal of Information Technologies and Systems Approach (IJITSA) is a refereed, international journal on applied and theoretical research, aimed at providing coverage of the foundations, challenges, opportunities, problems, trends, and solutions encountered by both scholars and practitioners in the field of Information Systems when applying Systems Approach. IJITSA emphasizes the systemic worldview of managerial, organizational and engineering interaction facets provided by modern complex information systems and information technologies. The articles published in IJITSA will focus on Information Systems (IS) and their interactions with Software Engineering, Systems Engineering, Complex Systems and Philosophy of Systems Science issues for a better understanding and development of the Information Systems discipline.

International Journal of Information Technology and Web Engineering (IJITWE)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-16]
Organizations are continuously overwhelmed by a variety of new information technologies, many are Web based. These new technologies are capitalizing on the widespread use of network and communication technologies for seamless integration of various issues in information and knowledge sharing within and among organizations. This emphasis on integrated approaches is unique to this journal and dictates cross platform and multidisciplinary strategy to research and practice.

Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research (JITCAR)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-27]
In this era, characterized by an explosion of information systems, information technologies (IT) and applications of these systems and technologies, the gap between theory and practice, frameworks and applications keeps widening. JITCAR seeks to narrow this gap by publishing case-based research that supports, extends, constrains, or elucidates existing theory or that helps in building new theories and frameworks. JITCAR was launched on the premise that case-based methodologies provide rich, detailed data that provide a context for theory that is absent in statistical studies. This journal should be of great value to academicians and students as well as researchers and practitioners of IT. JITCAR is a double blind refereed quarterly journal, international in all respects: content, authors, readers, reviewers, and editors.

Journal of Information Technology Cases and Applications (JITCA)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
Renamed Journal of IT Case and Application Research in 2005

Journal of Information Technology Education: Research (JITE: Research)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
Until 2012 this was the Journal of Information Technology Education. It then split into:

  • Journal of Information Technology Education: Research
  • Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice
  • Journal of Information Technology Education: Discussion Cases

The mission of the Journal of Information Technology Education: Research is to ...

  1. improve IT education around the world by disseminating rapidly and widely high quality manuscripts and monographs on rigorous / generalizable research at the intersection of education and Informing Technology,
  2. expose the reader to a variety of epistemologies and types of articles, including primary, action, and secondary research,
  3. provide all those who submit manuscripts for publication with useful, timely feedback by making the review process one of collegial mentoring,
  4. continue as the most authoritative journal on IT education research, and
  5. acknowledge and embrace the diversity of teaching and learning models in use around the world.

Information Technology for Development (ITD)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2014-01-28]
IT for Development is a double blind peer reviewed journal devoted to quality research and practice in the effects of Information and Communication Technologies on Development. Development can be assessed in economic, social and human models. The Journal, which is published four times a year, welcomes theoretical and applied manuscripts that focus on the relationship between IT and development by proposing theories or frameworks, best practices, and/or tools and techniques. Preference is given to manuscripts that investigate relevant problems and provide implications for research and practice.

Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITCon)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-16]
The aim is to report on academic research and innovative industrial development work concerning the application of information technology throughout the life-cycle of the design, construction and occupancy of buildings and related facilities. The focus is on presenting research results dealing with or having relevance across disciplines and/or life-cycle stages. There are other, existing journals addressing specialised analysis, synthesis or optimisation methods particular to design or construction tasks within the individual subdisciples of construction. In the following list some major topics which the journal aims to cover are mentioned:

  • IT strategies within organisations and groups, ranging from the level of the individual firm to a consortium of firms to national construction industries.
  • Construction process and enterprise modelling
  • Reengineering of the construction process using IT as an enabling technology
  • Methods of concurrent engineering
  • IT-supported communication across or within disciplines and life cycle stages (hypermedia, Internet, videoconferencing etc.)
  • Databases, translation methodologies, remote communication between programs, shared object libraries and other computing techniques for data exchange and sharing
  • Technologies and standards for the digital representation of buildings (building product models)
  • Standards for structuring and exchanging data in the construction process (building classification systems, EDI messages, CAD-layering, document management, representation of building regulations, component libraries)
  • The use of IT-based techniques for problem solving in construction (expert systems and AI, case-based reasoning, simulation, neural networks, the genetic algoritm et.c.).
  • Computerization of building standards, codes and regulations.
  • Distance learning of IT in civil engineering using IT itself.

Papers eligible for publication should present original research or be state-of the art reviews. Papers presenting research in the early stages or research ideas only should be avoided.


Information Technology Journal (ITJ)
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Information Technology Journal provides critical perspectives on advanced information and communication technologies, with an emphasis on their organizational and social implications and management. Through its publications the journal seeks to make a significant contribution to the development of theory and practice. The journal, therefore, accepts academically robust papers that make a distinctive contribution to the study of aspects of the relationships between information systems and technologies, organizations, management and society.

Information Technology Management (ITM)
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This practical, informative semi-annual newsletter is a leading publication of information technology resources management. Short, concise articles give you objective, professional views of newly emerging technologies and trends designed to help you be more competitive in your field. Each issue includes reports on information technology topics, expert assessments of various technology-related products, and information about professional events and activities. Previously published articles include: Information Technology and the Informed Citizen; Using Technology to Motivate Students; Publishing the Paperless Textbook; The World of Paperless Information; Research and the Internet; and many more.

Journal of Information Technology Research (JITR)
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The Journal of Information Technology Research (JITR) presents comprehensive interdisciplinary and refereed research on the most emerging and breakthrough areas of information science and technology. The journal seeks to improve and expand existing research in underrepresented areas of information science and technology in all areas of global implication. Through the current trends in the globalization of technology in the knowledge society, JITR will serve to provide the highest in quality concepts, methodologies, trends and case studies for all audiences. The journal focuses on major breakthroughs within the technological arena, with particular concentration on the accelerating principles, concepts and applications of biocomputing, medical informatics, anthropocentric computing, high-performance computing, technological diffusion, predictive analysis tools, genetic algorithms, and cultural informatics. This scholarly resource endeavors to provide international audiences with the highest quality research manuscripts and accounts of the constant evolution of information science and technology in whole. Researchers, academicians, practitioners and students will find this journal as a critical source of reference for all advanced technological applications and developments.

Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application (JITTA)
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JITTA aims to publish articles with short publication cycle times, attract a portfolio of very exciting and high quality research contributions, and maintain highest quality standards. The journal welcomes research papers (research agenda papers, interpretive or exploratory papers, speculative research, state-of-research reviews, or full research papers), research essays, and application papers (normative papers or case studies).

Information Technology, Learning, and Performance Journal (ITLPJ)
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The Information Technology, Learning, and Performance Journal, formerly known as the Office System Research Journal, publishes articles related to the field of information technology (IT), and organizational and end-user information systems (OEIS). Submissions may present the results of research in the discipline, deal with research methodologies and data treatment techniques, or describe research or experiences related to instruction in the discipline. For the "Making a Difference" section, manuscripts that discuss our theoretical bases or describe an innovative policy, procedure, method, technique, or practice that has potential benefit for systems professionals and/or educators and technology trainers are encouraged.

Information Visualization (IV)
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Information Visualization is an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing articles on fundamental research and applications of information visualization. The journal acts as a dedicated forum for the theories, methodologies, techniques and evaluations of information visualization and its applications. The journal is a core vehicle for developing a generic research agenda for the field by identifying and developing the unique and significant aspects of information visualization. Emphasis is placed on interdisciplinary material and on the close connection between theory and practice. The scope of the journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Design theories and methodologies
  • Applications and case studies
  • Perception and cognitive factors
  • Evaluation and usability studies
  • Interactive data exploration
  • Standards and visualization languages
  • Multidimensional and multivariate analysis
  • Knowledge discovery and visual data mining
  • Requirement engineering and task analysis
  • Visual Analytics

Journal of Information Warfare (JIW)
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The journal is being created to provide a forum for academics and practitioners in the broad discipline of information warfare and operations. Its target audience consists of those with a professional interest in the area from the military, government, industry, and academia. It includes the full gambit of topics from physical destruction of systems to the psychological aspects of information use and protection. Sample topic areas include but are not restricted to:

  • Intelligence/counter-intelligence
  • Perception management
  • Information warfare theory
  • Electro-magnetic pulse weapons
  • Information, computer and network security
  • Cryptography
  • Physical security
  • Security policy
  • Information warfare/operations policy
  • Information warfare techniques
  • Denial and Deception
  • Disaster recovery/crisis management
  • Infra-structure warfare/protection
  • National security policy
  • Corporate defence mechanisms
  • Ethical, Political, Legal and Social Issues relating to Information Warfare/Operations
  • Information policy/strategy
  • Information security/operations education
  • Cyber-terrorism
  • Psychological Operations
  • Information/Knowledge Management
  • Communications theory
  • Information security standards

International Journal of Information, Business and Management (IJIBM)
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International Journal of Information, Business and Management (IJIBM) is an international journal that brings together research papers on all aspects of Information, Business and Management in all industries. The journal focuses on research that stems from academic and industrial need and can guide the activities of managers, consultants, software developers and researchers. It publishes accessible articles on research and industrial applications, new techniques and development trends.

Information, Communication and Society (iCS)
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Drawing together the most current work upon the social, economic and cultural impact of the emerging properties of the new information and communications technologies, this journal positions itself at the centre of contemporary debates about the information age. Information, Communication & Society (iCS) transcends cultural and geographical boundaries as it explores a diverse range of issues relating to the development and application of information and communications technologies (ICTs), asking such questions as:

  • What are the new and evolving forms of computer-mediated human interaction? What direction will these forms take?
  • ICTs facilitating globalization; and how might this affect conceptions of local identity, ethnic differences and regional sub-cultures?
  • Are ICTs leading to an age of electronic surveillance and social control? What are the implications for policing criminal activity, citizen privacy, and public expression?
  • How are ICTs affecting daily life and social structures such as the family, work and organization, commerce and business, education, health care and leisure activities?
  • To what extent do the virtual worlds constructed using ICTs impact on the construction of objects, spaces and entities in the material world?

iCS analyses such questions from a global, interdisciplinary perspective in contributions of the very highest quality from scholars and practitioners in the social sciences, gender and cultural studies, communication and media studies, as well as in the information and computer sciences.


Journal of Information, Information Technology, and Organizations (JIITO)
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The purpose of the Journal of Information, Information Technology, and Organizations (JIITO) is to encourage authors to develop and publish quality papers that address in a balanced manner all three entities signified in its title: information, information technology (IT), and the organizational context. Other information systems journals commonly focus on either IT or on information, all but excluding the other. In contrast, JIITO gives equal treatment both to IT and information, while conceiving information broadly in terms of knowledge, wisdom, meaning, and data. Information and IT need to be studied in the context of tasks or processes, spanning over appropriate levels of analysis?individual, group, organizational, interorganizational, community, and so on. JIITO welcomes investigations of organizations of any sort, any industry, and any relevant social domain. JIITO encourages articles that use rich, detailed accounts of information and IT. Any topic and any philosophical perspective that help us to make sense of information and IT in organizations is welcome. Of particular interest are empirical studies that explain how organizations cope, prosper, change, fail with respect to using, managing, designing and adopting information systems. In the conceptual realm, JIITO encourages articles that take a critical look at advent, genesis and and uses of models that have influenced IS research for considerable time.

Informing Science (IS)
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The academically peer refereed journal Informing Science endeavors to provide an understanding of the complexities in informing clientele. Fields from information systems, library science, journalism in all its forms to education all contribute to this science. These fields, which developed independently and have been researched in separate disciplines, are evolving to form a new transdiscipline, Informing Science.

INFORMS Journal on Computing (INFORMS JoC)
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The INFORMS Journal on Computing (JOC) is a quarterly that publishes papers in the intersection of operations research (OR) and computer science (CS). Most papers contain original research, but we also welcome special papers in a variety of forms, including Feature Articles on timely topics, Expository Reviews making a comprehensive survey and evaluation of a subject area, and State-of-the-Art Reviews that collect and integrate recent streams of research. All papers are refereed. We take a very broad view of what constitutes the "the intersection of OR and CS." Topics and formats include, but are not limited to:

  • OR as applied to a CS problem. For example, queueing theory or simulation is used to help design a telecommunications system or a network of computers.
  • CS as applied to an OR problem. For example, advanced data structures are used to improve an optimization or scheduling algorithm.
  • results drawn from both OR and CS. For example, a new heuristic is used to accelerate a data-mining algorithm.
  • results exploring uncharted areas with the potential of advancing OR or CS and which are in their intersection.

Infosecurity Today (IT)
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Now published by Elsevier as Infosecurity and re-positioned to focus on user-based articles, rather than research.

Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Information and Computer Sciences (ITaLICS)
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Innovations in Teaching And Learning in Information and Computer Sciences (ITALICS) is the electronic journal of the Higher Education Academy. ITALICS provides a vehicle for members of the Information and Computer Sciences communities to disseminate best practice and research on learning and teaching within their subject disciplines. ITALICS aims to highlight current issues in learning and teaching Information and Computer Sciences at HE level including:
  • Innovative approaches to learning and teaching
  • Developments in computer-based learning and assessment
  • Open, distance, collaborative and independent learning approaches
  • The variety of contexts in which students in HE learn

Inroads (ACM SIGCSE Bulletin) (Inroads)
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The publication inroads (the SIGCSE Bulletin) is the official quarterly publication of SIGCSE. The March and September issues contain the proceedings of the SIGCSE Symposium and the ITiCSE conference, respectively. The June and December issues contain invited editorials, columns, contributed articles, reprints, and announcements.

Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice (JIPLP)
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JIPLP is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to intellectual property law and practice. Published monthly, coverage includes the full range of substantive IP topics, practice-related matters such as litigation, enforcement, drafting and transactions, plus relevant aspects of related subjects such as competition and world trade law. The journal is specifically designed for IP lawyers, patent attorneys and trade mark attorneys both in private practice and working in industry. It also aims to be an essential source of reference for academics specialising in IP, members of the judiciary, officials in IP registries and regulatory bodies, and institutional libraries. Subject-matter covered is chosen for its practical relevance and international interest.

Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and E-Commerce Law (JIPITEC)
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Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and E-Commerce Law aims at providing a forum for in-depth legal analysis of current issues of intellectual property, information technology and E-commerce law with the main focus on European law. Its intention is to develop an information platform that allows authors and users to work closer together than is the case in classical law reviews. The journal will constantly revise its social media functions for this purpose. However, elements from classical law reviews, especially book reviews, bundling of articles in 2- 4 issues per year etc. will be retained.

Intelligent Information Management (IIM)
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Intelligent Information Management is a peer reviewed international journal dedicated to the latest advancement of intelligent information management.

Journal of Intelligent Information Systems (JIIS)
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The Journal of Intelligent Information Systems: Integrating Artificial Intelligence and Database Technologies (JIIS) fosters and presents research and development results focused on the integration of artificial intelligence and database technologies to create next generation information systems - Intelligent Information Systems. JIIS provides a forum wherein academics, researchers and practitioners may publish high-quality, original and state-of-the-art papers describing theoretical aspects, systems architectures, analysis and design tools and techniques, and implementation experiences in intelligent information systems. Articles published in JIIS include: research papers, invited papers, meeting, workshop and conference announcements and reports, survey and tutorial articles, and book reviews. Topics include foundations and principles of data, information, and knowledge models; methodologies for IIS analysis, design, implementation, validation, maintenance and evolution, and more.

International Journal of Intelligent Information Technologies (IJIIT)
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Intelligent information technologies are being used by a large number of organizations for improving productivity in many roles such as assistants to human operators and autonomous decision-making components of complex systems. While a number of intelligent applications have been developed in various domains, there are still a number of research issues that have to be explored in terms of their design, implementation, integration, and deployment over the Internet or a corporate Intranet.

International Journal of Intelligent Systems (IJIS)
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The International Journal of Intelligent Systems serves as a forum for individuals interested in tapping into the vast theories based on intelligent systems construction. With its peer-reviewed format, the journal explores several fascinating editorials written by today's experts in the field. Because new developments are being introduced each day, there's much to be learned - examination, analysis creation, information retrieval, man-computer interactions, and more. The International Journal of Intelligent Systems uses charts and illustrations to demonstrate these ground-breaking issues, and encourages readers to share their thoughts and experiences.

Intelligent Systems in Accounting Finance and Management (ISAFM)
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Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management is a quarterly international journal which publishes original, high quality material dealing with all aspects of intelligent systems as they relate to the fields of accounting, finance and management. It encourages the development of novel technologies, and the embedding of new and existing technologies into applications of real, practical value. Therefore, implementation issues are of as much concern as development issues. The journal is designed to appeal to academics in the intelligent systems and business fields, as well as to practitioners who wish to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, or economy of their working practices. A special feature of the journal is the use of two groups of reviewers, those who specialise in intelligent systems work, and also those who specialise in accounting, finance, or management. Reviewers are asked to address issues of originality and actual or potential impact on research, teaching, or practice in the accounting, finance, or management fields. Authors working on conceptual developments, or on laboratory based explorations of data sets therefore need to address the issue of potential impact at some level in submissions to the journal. The journal publishes papers dealing with novel intelligent systems technologies with the potential for application, those which deal with the application of established technologies in areas of accounting, finance, or management previously dominated by unintelligent systems approaches, re-examinations of the performance of intelligent systems which add to understanding of either the technique or the application area, papers which deal with implementation and performance issues, and finally surveys likely to be of use to researchers, teachers or practitioners.

International Journal of Intelligent Technology (IJIT)
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No longer listed by publisher.


Interacting with Computers (IC)
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Interacting with Computers

  • acts as an international forum for the discussion of HCI issues
  • fosters communication between academic researchers and practitioners
  • encourages the flow of information across the boundaries of its contributing disciplines
  • stimulates ideas and provokes widespread discussion with a forward-looking perspective

Topics covered include:

  • systems and dialogue design
  • evaluation techniques
  • user interface design
  • HCI tools, techniques and methodologies
  • empirical evaluations
  • users and user modelling
  • new research paradigms
  • design theory, process and methodology
  • organizational and societal issues
  • intelligent systems
  • training and education applications
  • emerging technologies
  • hypertext and hypermedia
  • computer-supported co-operative work

InterActions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies (InterActions)
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InterActions seeks to promote alternative and liberatory visions, methodologies and practices. We are particularly interested in work that analyzes inequities and links research to larger social and political contexts, and we encourage contributions that utilize critical frameworks in provocative and politically engaged ways. Submissions may draw upon traditional areas of inquiry within the fields of education and information studies or from newer interdisciplinary perspectives such as women's studies, science and technology studies, ethnic and cultural studies, film studies, queer studies, disability studies, critical race theory, postcolonial theory, critical pedagogy, poststructuralism, etc. We encourage authors to think creatively about what constitutes a "critical approach" and to advance fresh and progressive analyses and research.

Journal of Interactive Advertising (JIAD)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
The Journal of Interactive Advertising (JIAD) is a refereed online publication designed to promote our understanding of interactive advertising, marketing, and communication in a networked world. Its goals are to put into practice the concepts of interactivity in our academic discourse; to emphasize that interactivity is an idea that is changing all aspects of advertising and marketing; and to provide a forum to address the enormous challenges and complexity of the interactive technology to better integrate it into the social fabric. The uniqueness of JIAD lies in its content that advances the theory of interactivity in advertising, marketing and communication and its format that takes advantage of the interactivity it purports to cover in its content.

Interdisciplinary Information Sciences (IIS)
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The aim of Interdisciplinary Information Sciences is to promote high quality scholarship on important issues in information sciences, and to provide a forum for exchanging ideas on "Information" among disciplines so as to evolve new scientific research fields. The journal publishes papers which address topics of information and communication, computer science, information systems, and their impacts on the behavior and system of individual, groups, and society. We encourage the submission of manuscripts of multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary approaches. Papers may be philosophical, theoretical, qualitative, empirical, quantitative, or speculative.

Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects (IJELLO)
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The mission of the Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects (IJELLO) is to provide readers around the world with the widest possible coverage of developments in E-Learning and Learning Objects. IJELLO is an interdisciplinary forum that publishes high quality articles on theory, practice, innovation, and research that cover all aspects of E-learning and Learning Objects. Until February 2010, the journal was titled the

Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management (IJIKM)
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The mission of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management (IJIKM) is to provide readers around the world with the widest possible coverage of the use of information and technology to effectively create, apply, and communicate knowledge in organizations. IJIKM is an interdisciplinary forum that publishes high quality articles on theory, practice, innovation, cases, and research covering the use of information and technology to effectively create, apply, and communicate knowledge in organizations. Published articles will normally address one or more of the following major areas of inquiry:

  • Business Intelligence
  • Communities of Practice
  • Innovation
  • Intellectual Capital
  • Knowledge Management Systems/Tools
  • Learning Organization
  • Organizational Learning

Interdisciplinary Journal of Knowledge and Learning Objects (IJKLO)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-16]
Interdisciplinary Journal of Knowledge and Learning Objects was renamed Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects in February 2010.

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Telecommunications and Networking (IJITN)
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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Telecommunications and Networking (IJITN) examines timely and important telecommunications and networking issues, problems, and solutions from a multidimensional, interdisciplinary perspective for researchers and practitioners. IJITN emphasizes the cross-disciplinary viewpoints of electrical engineering, computer science, information technology, operations research, business administration, economics, sociology, and law. The journal publishes theoretical and empirical research findings, case studies, and surveys, as well as the opinions of leaders and experts in the field.

Interfaces (Interfaces)
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Learn how to overcome the difficulties and issues encountered in applying operations research and management science to real-life situations. Interfaces, a bimonthly journal of INFORMS, is dedicated to improving the practical application of OR/MS to decisions and policies in today's organizations and industries. Each article provides details of the completed application, along with the results and impact on the organization. Interfaces is essential reading for analysts, engineers, project managers, consultants, students, researchers, and educators.

International Review of Information Ethics (IRIE)
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Website not active at August 2009

The IRIE - formerly IJIE, renamed due to a similarity of names with another information ethics journal - is the official scientific review of the International Center for Information Ethics (ICIE). It envisions an international as well as intercultural discussion focusing on the ethical impacts of information technology on human practices and thinking, social interaction, other areas of science and research and the society itself. Information ethics as understood here deals with ethical questions in the field of digital production and reproduction of phenomena and processes such as the exchange, combination and use of information. Maintaining a broad focus on the corresponding ethical issues and being open for the fast developments in the field the IRIE is particularly devoted to ethical questions of all kinds of digital devices affecting through their code and/or content social interaction as raised in

  • the internet (cyberethics),
  • computer science (computer ethics)
  • library and information science.

The journal seeks to be a general forum for ethical scholarship, research and discussion in these areas and seeks to publish the best available scientific works concerned. Contributions should deal with a critical analysis of ethical questions in any of the above mentioned fields taking into consideration the following perspectives:

  • the development of moral standards, norms or values
  • the creation of (new) power structures
  • information visions and myths
  • hidden contradictions and intentionalities in information theories, ethics and practices

The IRIE envisions to allow for an international as well as intercultural discussion amongst peers.


Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce (JIBC)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
The goal of this publication is to inform executives, professionals, entrepreneurs, government personnel and other key players on principal developments and trends in the rapidly evolving electronic commerce area all over the World. This free online Journal is a way to keep in touch, to share information, and to establish business contacts in the area of electronic commerce and banking on the Internet. The Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce (JIBC) is primarily devoted to important announcements, original articles, guest columns, as well as survey, reviews, and letters to the editor. We will try to keep away from technical discussions and leave them to other specialized lists.

Journal of Internet Business (JIB)
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The Journal of Internet Business (JIB) is a double-blind refereed online publication for academic articles related to Internet Business. The Journal is indexed by EBSCO, Cabell's, the Australian Research Council (ERA Ranking List), and the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC Journal Ranking List). Considering the growth and dynamism of issues in Internet Business, the panoptic goal of the JIB is to support a current knowledge in the various subject areas of Internet Business.

Journal of Internet Cataloging (JIC)
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This journal is being continued by the Journal of Library Metadata.

Journal of Internet Commerce (JIC)
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Because of the significance of the impact of the Internet on business and organizations, the Journal of Internet Commerce is devoted to publishing articles that discuss issues vital to conducting electronic commerce on the Internet. Additionally, the journal will also solicit and publish manuscripts dealing with educational issues related to Internet commerce. Thus, the purpose of the Journal of Internet Commerce is to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners for publishing high-quality materials and discussing issues related to conducting business on the Internet. Because of the global nature of the Internet, the journal is international in nature and will publish articles on international issues as well as country-specific research. Important issues include, but are not limited to, the impact of the Internet on all aspects of commerce, organizations, and the decision-making framework within an organization. Additional issues include adoption and implementation of Internet technology, assessment, security, and strategic considerations related to Internet commerce. Researchers studying these and other related issues are encouraged to submit manuscripts directly to the editor. Manuscripts will undergo a blind, peer-review process consisting of at least two reviewers. With peer-reviewed research studies, cases, and practitioner experiences, the Journal of Internet Commerce hopes to provide an outlet for sharing knowledge and experiences related to conducting business on the Internet. The intention of the journal is to provide a source of information that will bring practitioners and academicians together as the dynamic technology of the Internet continues to change the many aspects of commerce.

Internet Journal of Medical Informatics (IJMI)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-29]
Medical informatics is a rapidly expanding sub-specialty that has captured the hearts and minds of many a physician. The integration of the newest emergent technologies with traditional medical disciplines stemming from Hippocratic origins is truly a wonder to behold. I say sub-specialty because informatics has permeated through all fields in medicine and surgery. It is a vital part of the current practice of medicine and will be essential in years to come. The scope for study, debate and conjecture is never-ending and the purpose of this journal is to address the need for the further studying of informatics. What sets this journal apart is the unique editorial approach we will be taking. We have three editors from the fields of clinical medicine, management and computer sciences respectively. The most successful informatics projects seamlessly weave these disciplines together and this is to be reflected in our journal.

Internet Research: Electronic Networking, Applications and Policy (IR)
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Internet Research: Electronic Networking, Applications and Policy was the first publication to seriously debate the Internet as powerful resource and still leads the field in fostering understanding of telecommunication networks in society. In addition to looking at the technological developments which facilitate their increasing use, this journal also examines the social, ethical, economic and political implications which arises from mass public access to a wealth of information.

International Journal of Internet Science (IJIS)
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The International Journal of Internet Science is an interdisciplinary, peer reviewed journal for the publication of research articles about empirical findings, methodology, and theory in the field of Internet Science. It provides an outlet for articles on the Internet as a medium of research and its implications for individuals, social groups, organizations, and society. This journal combines Internet Science with Open Access. Conduct your research on the Internet, study the Internet, and make the papers with your results freely available on the Internet via this journal. It welcomes articles on empirical findings, methodology, and theory in the field of Internet Science. Especially welcome is theory-guided empirical research. Some topics of interest for the readership of IJIS are:

  • Methodological issues in Internet surveys
  • Methodological issues in Internet-based experiments
  • The Internet and social networks (online and/or offline)
  • Problems of cooperation and trust in online interaction
  • Online groups, online communities, and virtual teams
  • Social and psychological impact of the Internet
  • The digital divide
  • The Internet and organizations
  • The Internet, science, and academic communication
  • Knowledge exchange and knowledge management in online settings
  • E-Learning and i-learning
  • E-Health and i-health
  • E-Government, e-Voting, and e-Democracy
  • Computer-mediated communication
  • Sampling approaches with the help of the Internet

International Journal of Interoperability in Business Information Systems (IBIS)
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The capability to efficiently interact, collaborate and exchange information with business partners and within a company is one of the most important challenges of each enterprise, especially forced by the global markets and the resulting competition. Today, many software systems are completely isolated and not integrated into a homogeneous structure. This makes it hard to exchange information and to keep business information in sync. Interoperability can be defined as the ability of enterprise software and applications to interact. In Europe between 30-40% of total IT budgets is spent on issues tied to Interoperability. This journal aims in exchanging and presenting research activities in the area of creating interoperability in business information systems. Ambition of this journal is to get an overview of current research activities as well as to offer a broad discussion in selected areas of the interoperability of heterogeneous information systems. It is proposed to connect research experts from this domain and to exchange ideas and approaches. It is our goal to connect latest research results with real-world scenarios in order to increase interoperability in business information systems.

InterStat (InterStat)
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InterStat is the name given to the location on the Internet where one can publish or read about any aspect of statistical research or innovative method. The article submitted should be of the type usually published in the statistical literature. It may be about research, a novel teaching method, or even a well thought out philosophical approach. It must not be used as a pulpit for a religious or political doctrine or the like.

Electronic Journal of IS Evaluation (EJISE)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
The Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation (EJISE) provides critical perspectives on topics relevant to Information Systems Evaluation, with an emphasis on the organisational and management implications. The journal contributes to the development of both the theory and practice of all aspects of IT/IS evaluation This includes empirical research, case studies, action research, theoretical discussions, literature reviews and other work which advances learning in this field. Topics may include, but are not limited to, the evaluation of e-commerce and e-business, intranets and knowledge management as well as papers on general evaluation methodologies for both the appraisal and post implementation of projects. Other areas of interest include decision making processes for new investments; the management of IT benefits, costs and risks; research methods for IT/IS evaluation; human and organisational aspects of IT/IS; the evaluation of IT project management, the management of IS development and IT departments, and the impact of IS on work and organisations.

Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology (IISIT)
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The purpose of Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology is to encourage the sharing of knowledge and collaboration among the wide variety of fields that use information technology to inform clients. These areas include: Communications, Communicating Meaning, Community and Society, Computer Science, Data Communications, Distance Education, E-Commerce, Education, Government, Health Care, Medicine, History, Information Science & Library, Journalism, Justice and Law, Mathematics, Philosophical Issues, Psychology, Public Policy, Sociology, Technology, Working Together. The articles in this publication provide insight into how best to inform clients using information technology and cover research in IT Education, such as Curriculum and Techniques for teaching IT.

Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship (ISTL)
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ISTL publishes substantive material of interest to science and technology librarians. It serves as a vehicle for sci-tech librarians to share details of successful programs, materials for the delivery of information services, background information and opinions on topics of current interest, to publish research and bibliographies on issues in science and technology libraries, and to communicate in more depth than the STS-L mailing list.

International Journal of IT in Architecture, Engineering and Construction (IJITAEC)
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The International Journal of IT in Architecture, Engineering and Construction merged with the Electronic Journal of Information Technology in Construction in 2006 and is published under that name.

International Journal of IT Standards and Standardization Research (IJITSSR)
|Subscription required |DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-06]
The primary objective of The International Journal of IT Standards and Standardization Research is to publish research findings to advance knowledge and research in all aspects of IT standards and standardization in modern organizations. Furthermore, The International Journal of IT Standards and Standardization Research is considered an authoritative source and information outlet for the diverse community of IT standards researchers. JITSR is targeted towards researchers, scholars, policymakers, IT managers and IT standards associations and organizations. Coverage:

  • Technological innovation and standardization
  • Standards for information infrastructures
  • Standardization and economic development
  • Open source and standardization
  • Intellectual property rights
  • Economics of standardization
  • Emerging roles of formal standards organizations and consortia
  • Conformity assessment
  • National, regional, international and corporate standards strategies
  • Standardization and regulation
  • Standardization in the public sphere
  • Standardization in public policy
  • Tools and services related to standardization

International Journal of IT/Business Alignment and Governance (IJITBAG)
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The International Journal of IT/Business Alignment and Governance (IJITBAG) focuses on management and governance issues within the IT-related business domain. In this domain, the emphasis is on how organizations enable both businesses and IT people to execute their responsibilities in support of business/IT alignment and the creation of business value from IT-enabled investments. This journal distributes leading research that is both academically executed and relevant for practice in the professional IT and business community.

Knowledge and Information Systems (KIS)
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Knowledge and Information Systems (KAIS) provides an international forum for researchers and professionals to share their knowledge and report new advances on all topics related to knowledge systems and advanced information systems. This bi-monthly peer-reviewed archival journal publishes state-of-the-art research reports on emerging topics in KAIS, reviews of important techniques in related areas, and application papers of interest to a general readership. The journal focuses on knowledge systems and advanced information systems, including their theoretical foundations, infrastructure and enabling technologies. We solicit submissions of original research, and experience and vision papers that address this theme. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to, the following areas:

  • Knowledge and information processing: theory, techniques and systems
  • knowledge and data engineering
  • decision support
  • active and dynamic systems
  • data sharing and warehousing
  • temporal and spatial database processing
  • intelligent information retrieval
  • learning and adaptation
  • knowledge discovery and data mining
  • artificial life
  • modelling and object orientation
  • software re-engineering
  • co-operativeness, interoperability and software re-usability
  • human-computer interaction
  • hypertext, hypermedia and multimedia
  • data and knowledge visualization

Knowledge and Process Management (KPM)
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Knowledge and Process Management aims to provide essential information to executives responsible for driving performance improvement in their business or for introducing new ideas to business through thought leadership. The journal meets executives' needs for practical information on the lessons learned from other organizations in the areas of: knowledge management; organizational learning; core competences; process management. In addition to detailed case studies, the journal also publishes research papers containing new thinking from leading business schools as well as practical principles drawn from cross-company surveys.

International Journal of Knowledge and Research in Management and E-Commerce (IJKRM)
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International Journal of Knowledge and Research in Management and E-Commerce (IJKRM) is a peer-reviewed, international journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of Management. IJKRM is not limited to a specific aspect of Management but is instead devoted to a wide range of subfields in the management and E-Commerce. While it encourages a broad spectrum of contribution in the Management discipline, articles of interdisciplinary nature are particularly welcome.

Knowledge Engineering Review (KER)
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The Knowledge Engineering Review is committed to the development of the field of artificial intelligence and the clarification and dissemination of its methods and concepts. KER publishes analyses – high quality surveys providing balanced but critical presentations of the primary concepts in an area; technical tutorials – detailed introductions to an area; application and country surveys commentaries and debates; Book Reviews and a popular ‘From the journals’ section giving the contents of current journals in theoretical and applied artificial intelligence.

Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management (EJKM)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-07]
The Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management provides perspectives on topics relevant to the study, implementation and management of knowledge management. The journal contributes to the development of both theory and practice in the field of knowledge management. The journal accepts academically robust papers, topical articles and case studies that contribute to the area of research in, and practice of knowledge management. Every paper submitted to the journal is blind-refereed by two members of the editorial board or other suitably qualified readers. The Editor reserves the right to reject papers that, in the view of the editorial board, are either of insufficient quality, or are not relevant to the subject area. The editor is prepared to discuss contributions before submission. The journal publishes work in the following categories: Research Papers; Case Studies; View points; Conference Reports and Book Reviews

Journal of Knowledge Management (JKM)
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The Journal of Knowledge Management is a peer-reviewed quarterly publication dedicated to the exchange of the latest research and practical information on all aspects of managing knowledge in organisations. The journal publishes original research and case studies by academic, business and government contributors on strategies, tools, techniques and technologies for Knowledge Management. The focus of this journal is on the identification of innovative Knowledge Management strategies and the application of theoretical concepts to real-world situations. The Journal of Knowledge Management covers all the key issues in its field including:

  • Developing an appropriate culture and communication strategy
  • Integrating learning and knowledge infrastructure
  • Knowledge management and the learning organization
  • Information organization and retrieval technologies for improving the quality of knowledge
  • Linking knowledge management to performance initiatives
  • Retaining knowledge - human and intellectual capital
  • Using information technology to develop knowledge management
  • Knowledge management and innovation
  • Measuring the value of knowledge already within an organization
  • What lies beyond knowledge management?

International Journal of Knowledge Management (IJKM)
|Subscription required |DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-12]
The International Journal of Knowledge Management (IJKM) covers all aspects of the knowledge management discipline, from organizational issues to technology support to knowledge representation. The IJKM provides a forum for global aspects of knowledge management and for differing cultural perspectives on the use of knowledge and knowledge management. It also focuses on cultural and organizational issues as well as technical issues associated with the creation and implementation of knowledge management systems. The International Journal of Knowledge Management actively seeks out submissions from all regions of the world.

Open Journal of Knowledge Management (OJKM)
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The Community of Knowledge is an independent internet platform that allows experts to share and present high-quality knowledge in the field of knowledge management. The Community of Knowledge provides valuable knowledge and experience to professionals as well as anyone interested in the topic knowledge management. The community discusses relevant questions and develops pragmatic solutions through sharing practical experience. The Open Journal of Knowledge Management is an online publication of the Community of Knowledge. The journal publishes outstanding German and English contributions for the Community of Knowledge. The Open Journal of Knowledge Management is published twice a year.

Knowledge Management & E-Learning (KM&EL)
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Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal (KM&EL) aims to publish latest and quality research articles in the multidisciplinary area of knowledge management and electronic learning. We hope to foster a platform for leading research in the emerging new landscape of knowledge intensive economy, which requires the integration of knowledge and learning. Possible topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Knowledge management and learning strategies
  • Knowledge management and action research
  • Knowledge construction in e-learning
  • Knowledge modeling and visualization
  • Knowledge-based learning systems
  • Learning and knowledge portals
  • Web-based learning and teaching
  • Strategies for e-learning development
  • E-learning design, usability, and evaluation
  • E-learning in the workplace
  • Web-based training
  • Electronic performance support systems
  • Web-based learning and knowledge communities
  • Computer supported collaborative learning
  • Human-Computer interaction
  • IT security and privacy issues
  • Business process and workflow management
  • Clinical decision support design and development
  • Medical informatics
  • E-healthcare

Journal of Knowledge Management Practice (JKMP)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'B' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-23]
The Journal of Knowledge Management Practice (formerly the Journal of Systemic Knowledge Management under a different publisher) is devoted to collecting serious research about knowledge management and its practical applications. Authors are invited to read the notes for contributors, and are encouraged to contribute. We will promise a fast and fair critical review of all papers submitted. The Journal of Knowledge Management Practice is published in electronic format only. The philosophy of the journal is systemic, and will include submitted/invited papers related to all aspects of knowledge management. Elements such as physical assets, learning, database technology, intellectual capital, investment strategy, mindsets, and a host of others subject to systemic interactions, are increasingly treated as separate and unrelated topics. The journal will seek to foster cross-fertilisation and a more general understanding of how all these elements and subsystems can be identified, and managed, to fit together and interact to best fulfil organisational objectives. It is hoped to promote a practical view of knowledge management which will motivate practitioners to engage across topic boundaries. Knowledge Management (KM) is defined as those processes, tools and infrastructures by which an organisation continuously improves, maintains and exploits all those elements of its knowledge base which the organisation believes are relevant to achieving its goals; KM includes the processes, tools and infrastructure by which these goals are modified as the organisation's knowledge base changes. The organisation's knowledge base is defined to include the data, information, intuition, knowledge (know how), understanding (know why), and wisdom, residing throughout the organisation.

Knowledge Management Research and Practice (KMRP)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
Knowledge management is a term that has worked its way into the mainstream of both academic and business arenas since it was first coined in the 1980s. Interest has increased rapidly during the last decade and shows no signs of abating. The current state of the knowledge management field is that it encompasses four overlapping areas: Managing knowledge (creating/acquiring, sharing, retaining, storing, using, updating, retiring); Organisational learning; Intellectual capital; Knowledge economics. Within (and across) these, knowledge management has to address issues relating to technology, people, culture and systems. Perhaps as a consequence of this diversity, the knowledge management literature is at present fragmented. Many of the most influential articles on knowledge management appear in journals in fields as diverse as information systems, general management, strategy, organisational sociology or human resources. The literature also often, somewhat misleadingly, presents the subject as split. Current examples of these ?splits?, which should rather be debates, include those between the ?codification? and ?collaboration? schools of thought, and between ?Western? (meaning North American) and ?Eastern? (meaning Japanese) approaches. The intention for this journal is not only to accommodate these and other perspectives, but also to seek common ground between them.

International Journal of Knowledge Management Studies (IJKMS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
IJKMS publishes original, theoretical and empirical papers; case studies; conference reports; management reports; book reviews; notes; commentaries and news. In addition to the regular issues of the journal, IJKMS publishes Special Issues devoted to interesting topics in knowledge management. Topics of interest include, but not limited to:

  • Knowledge creation, acquisition, codification, classification, organisation, sharing, transfer, application, protection and retention
  • Design and development of knowledge management
  • Management and implementation of knowledge management
  • Measurement of knowledge management performance and benefits
  • Techniques and methods for managing knowledge
  • Technological tools for knowledge management (e.g. knowledge bases, collaborative tools, expert and intelligent systems, knowledge mining and extraction, content and document management, portal, search and retrieval, e-learning, virtual reality, business intelligence, etc.)
  • Human, organisational, strategic, behavioural, and socio-cultural aspects of knowledge management
  • Knowledge management and public policy
  • Knowledge management and economics
  • Knowledge management and education policy
  • Knowledge management and intellectual capital
  • Knowledge management and ethics
  • Other related aspects of knowledge management

Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology (JKMEIT)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology is a journal dedicated to promote and publish original articles in knowledge management, economics and information technology, aim to reduce the gap between research and practice.

Knowledge-Based Systems (KBS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-23]
Knowledge-Based Systems is the international, interdisciplinary and applications-oriented journal on KBS. Knowledge-Based Systems focuses on systems that use knowledge-based techniques to support human decision-making, learning and action. Such systems are capable of cooperating with human users and so the quality of support given and the manner of its presentation are important issues. The emphasis of the journal is on the practical significance of such systems in modern computer development and usage. As well as being concerned with the implementation of knowledge-based systems, the journal covers the design process, the matching of requirements and needs to delivered systems and the organisational implications of introducing such technology into the workplace and public life, expert systems, application of knowledge-based methods, integration with conventional technologies, software tools for KBS construction, decision-support mechanisms, user interactions, organisational issues, knowledge acquisition, knowledge representation, languages and programming environments, knowledge-based implementation techniques and system architectures. Also included are publication reviews.

Kybernetes; The international journal of Systems and Cybernetics (K)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
The journal aims to endow cybernetics and general systems with an authoritative voice of its own and to establish a competent international forum for the exchange and knowledge of information. One of the primary objectives of the journal is to weed out pseudocybernetic claims and to base cybernetics on sound scientific foundations. The journal is concerned with the interdisciplinary study of cybernetics and systems in the widest sense. Papers accepted for publication are double-blind refereed to ensure academic rigour and integrity. Kybernetes is also the official journal of the UNESCO recognized, World Organisation of Systems and Cybernetics (WOSC).

Journal sur l'enseignement des sciences et technologies de l'information et des systèmes (J3eA)
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J3eA presents educational research in the field of post-graduate science and information technologies and systems. Papers focus on the fields of electronics, electrical engineering, automation, signal processing and image, the computer industry, telecommunications ... but also in related disciplines such as mechanics, optics, heat, computer ... etc. Content in French.

Læring og Medier (LOM)
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L

International Journal of Law and Information Technology (IJLIT)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2014-02-05]
Featuring up-to-date coverage of computer law as well as the application of computer technology to legal practice, this journal is designed to be of use to both lawyers and computer specialists. The journal aims to publish articles on the application of computer technology to the law (including, for example, document drafting, litigation support, expert systems, communications, case-flow management) and on computer law (covering, for instance, intellectual property rights, computer misuse, computer contracts, liability for defective systems and the legal implications of emerging new technologies, such as telebanking, electronic data interchange, smartcards and so forth). Contributions that bring together both these fields will be particularly welcome.

Journal of Law, Information and Science (JLIS)
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Originally published in 1981 under the title Journal of Law and Information Science. JLIS was one of the first journals to provide a forum for the consideration of problems generated in the legal sphere by computers and information systems. In 2005 the title of the Journal was modified to its current form to reflect the maturity of information technology and its increasing integration into and overlap with the sciences. The expanded remit also reflected the originating founder's intent that the journal be dedicated to the discussion of legal issues relating to emerging science and technology (as Information Science once was).

The Learning Organization (LO)
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The Learning Organization aims to bring ideas, debate issues and case studies to practitioners, consultants, researchers and students worldwide by publishing papers which have been accepted after blind review by two reviewers. The editor may, in some circumstances, review papers by electronic means. Company culture is changing. Technology, the demands of an increasingly sophisticated workforce, independent thinking, global awareness and competition, out-working… all these factors point to sea-changes in business practice, which astute companies have already recognized and are working to accommodate. Much is talked about the theory of the learning organization - this journal shows how it works in practice, and the rich rewards that await the companies brave enough to adopt its strategies.

Learning Technology (LT)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-03-25]
Not found March 2013

Learning Technology aims to report the activities of Learning Technology Task Force including various announcements, work in progress, projects, participation opportunities, additions/modifications to the website and so on. In short, it would serve as a channel to keep everyone aware of Task Force's activities. The quarterly publication is disseminated in two ways: content list by email and in HTML and PDF form on its website.


Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS)
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The series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), including its subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics (LNBI), has established itself as a medium for the publication of new developments in computer science and information technology research and teaching - quickly, informally, and at a high level. The cornerstone of LNCS's editorial policy is its unwavering commitment to report the latest results from all areas of computer science and information technology research, development, and education. LNCS has always enjoyed close cooperation with the computer science R & D community, with numerous renowned academics, and with prestigious institutes and learned societies. Our mission is to serve this community by providing a most valuable publication service.

Journal of Librarianship and Information Science (JLIS)
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Journal of Librarianship and Information Science is the peer-reviewed international quarterly journal for librarians, information scientists, specialists, managers and educators interested in keeping up to date with the most recent issues and developments in the field. In a profession facing many challenges and a constantly evolving environment, the Journal of Librarianship and Information Science publishes papers from practising librarians, information workers and academics which reflect all aspects of librarianship and information science focusing on the results of research, reports of significant developments in working practice and discussions of concerns central to the information profession.

Library and Information Research (LIR)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-26]
LIR has the following objectives:

  • To publish research in such a way that it is accessible to, and usable by, the LIS community;
  • To encourage reporting of research (including informal or in-house research) by practitioners;
  • To encourage reflective and evidence-based practice;
  • To publish papers resulting from LIRG annual awards and prizes;
  • To promote the use and understanding of quality research methods;
  • To raise awareness of new tools, books and funding opportunities for research;
  • To provide an overview of research activity and developments in the UK and Ireland;
  • To comment, and provide a forum for comment, on the state of LIS research.

LIR?s strap line is Research Into Practice in Information and Library Services (RIPILS). Any contributions falling within this remit and meeting one or more of the objectives specified above are welcome.


Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal (LISREL)
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LIBRES is an international refereed electronic journal devoted to new research in Library and Information Science. Libres is distributed through a listserver, and an ftp site. Listserver subscribers are notified of new issues through the distribution of a table of contents to LIBRES, LIBREF-L, and any other e-conferences requesting the service.

Journal of Library Metadata (JLM)
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The Journal of Library Metadata--retitled from the Journal of Internet Cataloging to reflect a wider focus--is the exclusive forum for the latest research, innovations, news, and expert views about all aspects of metadata applications in libraries and about the role of metadata in information retrieval. This focused journal comprehensively discusses practical, applicable information that libraries can effectively use in their own information discovery environments. Specialized knowledge, the latest technology, and top research are presented pertaining specifically to evolving metadata use in libraries. Topics for articles covered by the Journal of Library Metadata include:

  • application profiles
  • best practices
  • controlled vocabularies
  • crosswalking of metadata and interoperability
  • digital libraries and metadata
  • display of search results
  • federated repositories
  • federated searching
  • folksonomies
  • individual metadata schemes
  • institutional repository metadata
  • metadata content standards
  • metadata harvesting
  • ontologies
  • preservation metadata
  • resource description framework
  • resource discovery and metadata
  • search engines and metadata
  • SKOS
  • stochastic vs. deterministic searching
  • tagging and tag clouds
  • topic maps
  • visual image and moving image metadata

Literary and Linguistic Computing (LLC)
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Literary and Linguistic Computing is an international journal which publishes material on all aspects of computing and information technology applied to literature and language research and teaching. Papers include results of research projects, description and evaluation of techniques and methodologies, and reports on work in progress.

Logistics Information Management (LIM)
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Relaunched in 2004 as the Journal of Enterprise Information Management.

Logistics Journal: Referierte Veroeffentlichungen (LJ)
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The Logistics Journal is an international e-journal for technical logistics (intra-logistics). Articles are published in the following categories:

  • Construction and mechanical design
  • Control technology and IT-systems
  • Organisation, operation and quality assurance
  • Planning of logistic systems

The new term "Intra-logistics" describes the organisation, realisation and optimization of internal material flow and logistic technologies as well as the goods transshipment in industry, trade and in public institutions by means of technical components, partial and full systems and services. Intra-logistics is the term of a trendsetting industry which in Germany alone comprises thousands of companies, from manufacturers of lifting devices and cranes, fork lift trucks and warehouse technology up to software developers and providers of complete systems.


Machine Learning (ML)
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Machine Learning is an international forum for research on computational approaches to learning. The journal publishes articles reporting substantive results on a wide range of learning methods applied to a variety of learning problems. If features papers that describe research on problems and methods, applications research, and issues of research methodology. Papers making claims about learning problems or methods provide solid support via empirical studies, theoretical analysis, or comparison to psychological phenomena. Applications papers show how to apply learning methods to solve important applications problems. Research methodology papers improve how machine learning research is conducted. All papers describe the supporting evidence in ways that can be verified or replicated by other researchers. The papers also detail the learning component clearly and discuss assumptions regarding knowledge representation and the performance task.

Management Communication Quarterly (MCQ)
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Management Communication Quarterly is an essential resource for scholars of organizational and managerial practice as well as offering valuable insights for professionals, consultants, and trainers. MCQ publishes conceptually rigorous, empirically-driven, and practice-relevant research from across the interdisciplinary management communication realm. A unique and valuable peer-reviewed journal, Management Communication Quarterly articles cover all aspects of communication in management and organizational contexts. Our authors cross the disciplinary boundaries of academic management study and explore a variety of contemporary organizational problems by applying cutting edge theories and methodologies. Management Communication Quarterly exposes its readers to the best thinking from a global network of organizational scholars. MCQ’s Editorial Board spans every continent and provides expertise for reviewing scholarship relating to the broad realm of management, communication, and organizational studies.

Journal of Management Information Systems (JMIS)
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Journal of Management Information Systems is a top-ranked refereed quarterly journal intended to provide an integrated view of the entire field of MIS. It serves the needs of researchers as well as practitioners and executives managing the information resource. The journal accepts empirical and interpretive submissions that make a significant novel contribution to the field of management information systems. Such contributions may present:

  • experimental, survey-based, or theoretical research of the structure, development, or utilization of information systems, relevant to the progress of the field;
  • paradigmatic designs and applications;
  • analyses of informational policy making in the organizational, national, or international setting;
  • investigations of social and economic issues of organizational computing.

Management Science (MS)
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Management Science is a scholarly journal that publishes scientific research into the problems, interests and concerns of managers. Priority is given to papers that reveal novel concepts of broad interest to the management research community. Our scope includes articles that address management issues with tools from traditional fields such as operations research, mathematics, statistics, industrial engineering, psychology, sociology and political science, as well as cross-functional, multidisciplinary research that reflects the diversity of the management science professions.

International Journal of Managing Information Technology (IJMIT)
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The International Journal of Managing Information Technology is a quarterly open access journal that publishes articles that contribute new results in all areas of the strategic application of information technology (IT) in organizations. The journal focuses on innovative ideas and best practices in using IT to advance organizations ? for-profit, non-profit, and governmental. The goal of this journal is to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia, government and industry to focus on understanding both how to use IT to support the strategy and goals of the organization and to employ IT in new ways to foster greater collaboration, communication and information sharing both within the organization and with its stakeholders. The International Journal of Managing Information Technology seeks to establish new collaborations, new best practices, and new theories in these areas.

Marketing Science (MS)
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At the upper echelon of business and marketing journals, Marketing Science offers cutting-edge research as well as new insights and approaches to current marketing-related problems. Discover the latest findings in the global marketplace supported by detailed results prepared through rigorous scientific methodology and reviewed by prestigious scholars in the field of marketing science. Marketing Science provides help for marketing decision-makers and a deeper understanding of marketing phenomena. Topics include new product decisions, pricing decisions, advertising decisions, product-line management, forecasting, competitive strategy, services marketing, targetability, segmentation, strategic marketing decisions, consumer choice modeling, salesforce management, models of consumer perceptions of physical stimuli, purchase behavior, impact of electronic commerce on markets, advertising and promotion analysis, market research, and interactions between manufacturers and retailers. Articles often feature mathematical models, game theory, multivariate analyses, econometric techniques, psychometric approaches and choice models. Quarterly.

International Journal on Media Management (JMM)
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JMM is the leading refereed quarterly devoted to the enhancement and communication of knowledge about the management of both traditional media and new media. Published since 1999, the journal welcomes research on all media management topics and is open to all epistomological and methodological perspectives. The journal is distributed internationally and seeks to publish media management studies from around the world. JMM welcomes media management studies based on companies or industries within a single market or country, as well as those conducted across multiple markets. JMM's goal is to be the international source for research on media management from around the world.

Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing (MBEC)
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Founded in 1963, Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing (MBEC) continues to serve the biomedical engineering community, covering the entire spectrum of biomedical and clinical engineering. The journal presents exciting and vital experimental and theoretical developments in biomedical science and technology, and reports on advances in computer-based methodologies in these multidisciplinary subjects. The journal also incorporates new and evolving technologies including cellular engineering and molecular imaging. MBEC publishes original research articles as well as reviews and technical notes. Its Rapid Communications category focuses on material of immediate value to the readership, while the Controversies section provides a forum to exchange views on selected issues, stimulating a vigorous and informed debate in this exciting and high profile field. MBEC is an official journal of the International Federation of Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE).

Medical Decision Making (MDM)
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Medical Decision Making (MDM) offers rigorous and systematic approaches to decision making that are designed to improve the health and clinical care of individuals and to assist with health policy development. The Journal presents theoretical, statistical, and modeling techniques and methods from a variety of disciplines, including decision psychology, health economics, clinical epidemiology, and evidence synthesis. MDM promotes understanding of human decision-making processes so that individuals can make more informed and satisfying choices regarding their health.

Medical Engineering and Physics (MEP)
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Medical Engineering & Physics provides a forum for the publication of the latest developments in biomedical engineering, and reflects the essential multidisciplinary nature of the subject. The journal publishes in-depth critical reviews, scientific papers and communications of work which is at an earlier stage of development. Topics covered include clinical engineering, biomedical computing, biological systems, instrumentation, medical imaging technology, biomaterials, biomechanics and rehabilitation. Medical Engineering & Physics keeps both medical engineers and clinicians abreast of the latest applications of technology to health care.

International Journal of Medical Informatics (IJMI)
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The Journal provides an international medium for dissemination of original results and interpretative reviews concerning the field of medical informatics. The scope of the journal covers:

  • Information systems, including national or international registration systems, hospital information systems, departmental and/or physician's office systems, document handling systems, electronic medical record systems, standardization systems integration etc.;
  • Organizational, economic, social, ethical and cost-benefit aspects of IT applications in health care;
  • Computer-aided medical decision support systems using heuristic, algorithmic and/or statistical methods as exemplified in decision theory, protocol development, artificial intelligence, etc.
  • Evaluations of educational computer based programs pertaining to medical informatics or medicine in general.

The emphasis is on the description of clinically evaluated systems. Short technical communications concerning (solved) problems in implementing or using existing information systems are welcome. Review articles concerning subjects falling in the scope of the journal are also invited.


Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR)
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The Journal of Medical Internet Research founded in 1999, is the first international scientific peer-reviewed journal on all aspects of research, information and communication in the healthcare field using Internet and Intranet-related technologies; a broad field, which is nowadays called "eHealth". This field has also significant overlaps with what is called "consumer health informatics." As eHealth is a highly interdisciplinary field we are not only inviting research papers from the medical sciences, but also from the computer, behavioral, social and communication sciences, psychology, library sciences, informatics, human-computer interaction studies, and related fields. In addition, the Journal will publish original research, reviews and tutorials on related topics such as

  • Internet standards
  • cybermetrics
  • security and confidentiality issues
  • Internet demographics
  • social impact of the Internet
  • digital imaging and multimedia
  • health care records
  • high-speed networks
  • telecommunication
  • electronic publishing
  • software development.

Journal of Medical Systems (JMS)
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Journal of Medical Systems provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of the increasingly extensive applications of new systems techniques and methods in hospital, clinic, and physician's office administration; pathology, radiology, and pharmaceutical delivery systems; medical records storage and retrieval; and ancillary patient-support systems. The journal publishes informative articles, essays, and studies across the entire scale of medical systems, from large hospital programs to novel small-scale medical services. Education is an integral part of this amalgamation of sciences, and selected articles are published in this area. Since existing medical systems are constantly being modified to fit particular circumstances and to solve specific problems, the journal includes a special section devoted to status reports on current installations.

Journal of Memetics - Evolutionary Models of Information Transmission (JMEMIT)
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Inactive since 2005.


Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability (MCAP)
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Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability publishes high quality research and review articles in areas of applied probability that emphasize methodology and computing. The journal focuses on articles that examine important applications and that include detailed case studies. With its policy of attracting papers representing a broad range of interests, the journal covers such topics as algorithms, approximations, combinatorial and geometric probability, communication networks, extreme value theory, finance, image analysis, inequalities, information theory, mathematical physics, molecular biology, Monte Carlo methods, order statistics, queuing theory, reliability theory, and stochastic processes.

Journal of Microcomputer Applications (JMA)
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see Journal of Network and Computer Applications

Mid-American Journal of Business (MAJB)
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Now the American Journal of Business

Minds and Machines (MM)
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Minds and Machines affords an international forum for the discussion and debate of important and controversial issues concerning significant developments within its areas of editorial focus. Well-reasoned contributions from diverse theoretical perspectives are welcome and every effort will be made to ensure their prompt publication. Among the features that make this journal distinctive within the field are these:

  • Strong stands on controversial issues are especially encouraged
  • Important articles exceeding normal journal length may appear
  • Special issues devoted to specific topics are a regular feature
  • Critical responses to previously published pieces are invited
  • Review essays discussing current problem situations will appear.

This journal fosters a tradition of criticism within the AI and philosophical communities on problems and issues of common concern. Its scope explicitly encompasses philosophical aspects of computer science. All submissions will be subject to review.


MIS Quarterly (MISQ)
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The editorial objective of the MIS Quarterly is the enhancement and communication of knowledge concerning the development of IT-based services, the management of IT resources, and the use, impact, and economics of IT with managerial, organizational, and societal implications. Professional issues affecting the IS field as a whole are also in the purview of the journal.

MISQ Executive (MISQE)
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MISQE invites authors to submit papers based on in-depth research that provide rich stories, unique insights, and useful conceptual frameworks for information systems practice. Our target audience includes both practitioners and researchers -- so that MISQE can stimulate ongoing discussions at the intersection of research and practice -- but our primary focus is research that is immediately relevant and useful for practice.

MIT Sloan Management Review (MIT SMR)
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MIT Sloan Management Review is a business journal that bridges the gap between management research and practice, evaluating and reporting on new research to help readers identify and understand significant trends in management. SMR is published by the MIT Sloan School of Management, which consistently ranks as one of the world's top business schools. The Sloan School is internationally recognized as a leading center for management innovation and a training ground for many of the world

International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning (IJMBL)
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The International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning (IJMBL) provides a forum for researchers in this field to share their knowledge and experience of combing e-learning and m-learning with other educational resources. Providing researchers, practitioners, and academicians with insight into a wide range of topics such as knowledge sharing, mobile games for learning, collaborative learning, and e-learning, this journal contains useful articles for those seeking to learn, analyze, improve, and apply technologies in mobile and blended learning.

International Journal of Mobile Communications (IJMC)
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IJMC publishes original and review papers, technical reports, case studies, conference reports, management reports, book reviews, and notes, commentaries, and news. Contribution may be by submission or invitation, and suggestions for special issues and publications are welcome. Although the possible set of paper topics is large and we encourage submission on any area within the scope of mobile communications, the following areas are particularly suitable (but not exhaustive):

  • Integrated mobile marketing communications
  • Telematics
  • Wireless advertising/wireless CRM
  • Pervasive computing technologies
  • Incoming and outgoing wireless links
  • Efficacy of mobile communications
  • Teaching mobile communication applications
  • Critical success factors for mobile communication diffusion
  • Metric mobile business enterprise
  • Mobile communication security issues and requirements
  • PDAs in health services delivery
  • Interaction and integration in mobile communications
  • Location management for mobile communications
  • Business models for mobile communications
  • E-commerce
  • Digital office
  • Groupware
  • Roomware
  • Mobile ad hoc networking
  • Nomadic communication
  • Portable communications
  • Cross-cultural mobile communication issues
  • Wireless information assurance
  • Mobile and handheld devices in the classroom
  • Tele-learning

International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction (IJMHCI)
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The primary objective of the International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction (JMHCI) is to provide comprehensive coverage and understanding of the issues associated with the design, evaluation, and use of mobile technologies. The journal will focus on human-computer interaction related innovation and research in the design, evaluation, and use of innovative handheld, mobile, and wearable technologies in order to broaden the overall body of knowledge regarding such issues. It will also consider issues associated with the social and/or organizational impacts of such technologies.

Mobile Networks and Applications (MNA)
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Mobile Networks and Applications' technical scope reflects the emerging symbiosis of portable computers and wireless networks, addressing the convergence of mobility, computing and information organization, its access and management. In approving Special Issues, the Journal places an equal emphasis on the various areas of nomadic computing, data management, related software and hardware technologies, and mobile user services, alongside more 'classical' topics in wireless and mobile networking. The journal documents practical and theoretical results which make a fundamental contribution.

Journal of Multimedia (JMM)
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Journal of Multimedia (JMM) is a scholarly peer-reviewed international scientific journal published monthly, focusing on theories, methods, algorithms, and applications in multimedia. It provide a high profile, leading edge forum for academic researchers, industrial professionals, engineers, consultants, managers, educators and policy makers working in the field to contribute and disseminate innovative new work on multimedia. The Journal of Multimedia covers the breadth of research in multimedia technology and applications, including: circuits, algorithms and architectures, software design, synchronization, joint processing of multimedia/multimodal signals/data, compression, storage, retrieval, networking, multi-modality devices/systems. JMM invites original, previously unpublished, research, survey and tutorial papers, plus case studies and short research notes, on both applied and theoretical aspects of multimedia.

Multimedia Tools and Applications (MTA)
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Multimedia Tools and Applications publishes original research articles on multimedia development and system support tools, and case studies of multimedia applications. Experimental and survey articles are appropriate for the journal. The journal is intended for academics, practitioners, scientists and engineers who are involved in multimedia system research, design and applications. All papers are peer reviewed. Specific areas of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Multimedia Tools,
  • Multimedia Applications,
  • Prototype multimedia systems and platforms,
  • Home use, Education and Training,
  • Operations,
  • Public use,
  • Business Office use,
  • Visual Information Systems.

NETNOMICS: Economic Research and Electronic Networking (NETNOMICS)
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Netnomics provides an outlet for research in electronic networking, addressing new economic issues and problems that are arising as more and more transactions are conducted electronically. The journal also explores the emerging network-based, real-time macroeconomy with its own set of economic characteristics. A partial list of topics includes pricing schemes for electronic services, electronic trading systems, data mining and high-frequency data, real-time forecasting, filtering, economic software agents, distributed database applications, and digicash-ecash systems.

Journal of Network and Computer Applications (JNCA)
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The Journal of Network and Computer Applications welcomes research contributions, surveys and notes in all areas relating to computer networks and applications thereof. The following list of sample-topics is by no means to be understood as restricting contributions to the topics mentioned:
  • new design techniques, interesting or novel applications, components or standards
  • interface issues including special consideration for handicapped persons
  • computer graphics, 3-D modelling and virtual reality multi-and hypermedia including electronic publishing and digital libraries
  • computer networks with tools such as WWW or Hyperwave
  • emerging standards for internet presentation levels (such as XML) and Internet protocol level, new compression standards for still pictures, movies, audio and vector data, 3-D data and cartographic data
  • work on metadata and its applications
  • applications of networked and stand-alone multimedia systems to computer assisted presentations
  • applications of an educational, transactional and cooperational nature
  • gateways between databases and security, privacy and societal aspects of network and computer technology

International Journal of Network and Mobile Technologies (IJNMT)
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Network and Mobile technologies have changed many aspects of our lives that we have taken from granted. From businesses to entertainment, it is difficult to imagine living without these technologies. The aim of International Journal of Network and Mobile Technologies (IJNMT) is promote, address and capture innovative and state of the art research and work in the network and mobile technologies field. The journal also aims to cultivate interest and encourage more research and development efforts in the field of network and mobile technologies. IJNMT accepts original and review papers, case studies, book reviews, technical reports, conference reports, management reports, book reviews, commentaries and news. Contribution may be by submission or invitation, and suggestions for special issues and publications are welcome.

International Journal of Network Management (IJNM)
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Modern computer networks and communication systems are increasing in size, scope, and heterogeneity. The promise of a single end-to-end technology has not been realized and likely never will occur. The decreasing cost of bandwidth is increasing the possible applications of computer networks and communication systems to entirely new domains. Problems in security, quality of service, ad hoc networks, middleware, integrating wireless LANs into existing operations and grid networking and computing have all emerged as important topics. The one constant is the need for network management. Challenges in network management have never been greater than they are today. The International Journal of Network Management is the forum for researchers, developers, and practitioners in network management to present their work to an international audience. The journal is dedicated to the dissemination of information, which will enable improved management, operation, and maintenance of computer networks and communication systems. The journal is peer reviewed and publishes timely articles and columns by leading researchers, practitioners, and consultants from universities, research laboratories, and companies around the world. Issues with thematic or guest-edited special topics may occur several times per year. The journal encourages original and unpublished research papers (theoretical and experimental), case studies, and review articles in the following areas:

  • Network management topics for existing and future communication technologies including broadband and wireless.
  • Performance monitoring, measurement, and evaluation methods and studies with network management applications.
  • New methods for testing, monitoring, measuring, and analyzing performance, reliability, and security of communication systems and computer networks.
  • In-depth coverage of new test and monitoring equipment, network analyzers, and all types of network management systems.

Journal of Networks (JNW)
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Journal of Networks (JNW) is a scholarly peer-reviewed international scientific journal published monthly, focusing on theories, methods, and applications in networks. It provide a high profile, leading edge forum for academic researchers, industrial professionals, engineers, consultants, managers, educators and policy makers working in the field to contribute and disseminate innovative new work on networks. The Journal of Networks reflects the multidisciplinary nature of communications networks. It is committed to the timely publication of high-quality papers that advance the state-of-the-art and practical applications of communication networks. Both theoretical research contributions (presenting new techniques, concepts, or analyses) and applied contributions (reporting on experiences and experiments with actual systems) and tutorial expositions of permanent reference value are published.

New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia (NRHM)
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The New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia provides a focus for research and a source of information on practical and theoretical developments in hypermedia, hypertext, interactive multimedia and related technologies. These highly innovative systems allow the integration of images, sound, text and data to form powerful tools for information retrieval; by linking multimedia with mass storage, they can provide users with a more diverse and richly textured information environment. The New Review covers the following key themes: the conceptual basis of hypertext systems; cognitive aspects; design strategies; knowledge representation; knowledge organisation systems and services; the semantic web; link dynamics; time and synchronisation; audio/image/video processing and compression; (automatic) authoring; navigation and browsing; search systems; content-based retrieval; studies of information seeking and navigation behaviour; testing and evaluation; user interfaces; multi-modal interaction; tools for hypermedia; intelligent and adaptive hypermedia; applications in e-learning, information management, digital libraries, publishing, business, commerce, the professions and public administration. The New Review appears in both print and digital format and the online edition offers full multimedia capabilities.

New Review of Information Behaviour Research (NRIBR)
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Ceased publication around 2005.

New Review of Information Networking (NRIN)
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Computer networks are an enabling technology with the potential to integrate and transform information provision, communication and learning. The New Review of Information Networking, published biannually, provides an expert source on the needs and behaviour of the network user; the role of networks in teaching, learning, research and scholarly communication; the implications of networks for library and information services; the development of campus and other information strategies; the role of information publishers on the networks; policies for funding and charging for network and information services; and standards and protocols for network applications.

New Technology, Work and Employment (NTWE)
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New Technology, Work and Employment presents analysis of the changing contours of technological and organisational systems and processes, to encourage an enhanced understanding of the many dimensions of technological change in the workplace. The journal is eclectic and multidisciplinary, inviting contributions from all the applied social sciences. Its objective is to promote understanding through conceptual debate firmly rooted in the analysis of current practice. Recent special issues:

  • Teamworking
  • The Future of Work
  • Teleworking
  • Gender Issues in the Digital Society

Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property (NJTIP)
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The Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property (the "Journal") addresses subjects relating to law at the intersection of technology and intellectual property, including law and biotechnology, copyrights, the Internet, media, patents, telecommunications, and trademarks. The format of this online Journal permits these rapidly developing issues to be addressed in a timely manner by combining scholarly analyses with an examination of the current news in intellectual property law.

Online Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI)
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The On-Line Journal of Nursing Informatics (OJNI) is a professional, refereed, electronic journal for healthcare professionals who are interested in nursing informatics. Topical areas covered deal with the theoretical and practical aspects of nursing informatics as it relates to the art of nursing. OJNI is published every 4 months and is launched at the end of February, June, and October.

Journal of Object Technology (JOT)
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Journal of Object Technology (JOT) is an on-line peer-reviewed publication, published six times per year by the ETH Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, aimed at intermediate to advanced practitioners, educators and researchers in the field of object technology. The mission of JOT is to present its readers with timely, well-written, and interesting state-of-the-art papers and special features (columns, book reviews, software reviews) dealing with every aspect of object technology both theoretical and practical. Topics include OOA, OOD, patterns, OODBMS, OO languages, components and case studies. The columns, both guest and regular, are written by recognized specialists and experts in the field.

OMEGA (OMEGA)
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Omega reports on developments in management, including the latest research results and applications. Original contributions and review articles describe the state of the art in specific fields or functions of management, while there are shorter critical assessments of particular management techniques. Other features of the journal are the "Memoranda" section for short communications and "Feedback", a correspondence column. Omega is both stimulating reading and an important source for practising managers, specialists in management services, operational research workers and management scientists, management consultants, academics, students and research personnel throughout the world. The material published is of high quality and relevance, written in a manner which makes it accessible to all of this wide-ranging readership. The review of material for publication in the journal reflects this aim.

Online Information Review (OIR)
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Online Information Review is a refereed journal devoted to the broad field of online information in the academic, corporate, scientific and commercial contexts. It addresses issues related to online sources, systems and services, with a primary focus on online and digital information creation, storage, retrieval and applications. Coverage is intentionally international, with contributions from both developed and developing countries.

Journal of Online Law (JOL)
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Ceased publication ~2001.


The Open Information Systems Journal (TOISJ)
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The Open Information Systems Journal is an Open Access online journal which publishes research articles, reviews, and letters in all areas on the development, use, application and influence of information systems. The journal covers both fields of information science and computer information systems. The Open Information Systems Journal, a peer reviewed journal, aims to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on current developments in the field. The emphasis will be on publishing quality articles rapidly and freely available to researchers worldwide.

The Open Medical Informatics Journal (TOMIJ)
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The Open Medical Informatics Journal is an Open Access online journal, which publishes Research articles, Reviews and Letters in the field of medical informatics, aiming at providing the most complete and reliable source of information on current developments in the field.

International Journal of Open Source Software & Processes (IJOSSP)
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The International Journal of Open Source Software and Processes (IJOSSP) publishes high-quality peer-reviewed and original research articles on the large field of open source software and processes. This wide area entails many intriguing question and facets, including the special development process performed by a large number of geographically dispersed programmers, community issues like coordination and communication, motivations of the participants, and also economic and even legal issues. Even beyond this topic, open source software is an example of a highly distributed innovation process led by the users. Many aspects therefore have relevance even beyond the realm of software and its development. In this tradition, IJOSSP also publishes papers on these topics. IJOSSP is a multi-disciplinary outlet, and welcomes submissions from all relevant fields of research and applying a multitude of research approaches.

Journal of the Operational Research Society (JORS)
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Scope
  • Real applications of OR - forecasting, inventory, investment, location, logistics, maintenance, marketing, packing, purchasing, production, project management, reliability and scheduling
  • A wide variety of environments - community OR, education, energy, finance, government, health services, manufacturing industries, mining, sports, and transportation
  • Technical approaches - decision support systems, expert systems, heuristics, networks, mathematical programming, multicriteria decision methods, problems structuring methods, queues, and simulation

Journal of Operations Management (JOM)
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The mission of the Journal of Operations Management is to publish original, high-quality research papers in the field of operations management. To be recognized as the leading journal in its field it seeks to:

  1. Further the understanding of operations management by researchers and practitioners;
  2. Advance the knowledge for improving operations management; and
  3. Clarify and advance the role of operations management in the total organization.

The following lists, while not all-inclusive, provide some guidance for the areas of greatest interest to its readers. The first list covers general topic areas, while the second list includes a sample of more specific techniques and approaches.

  • General Topic Area: Operations management in process, manufacturing, and service organizations; Operations strategy and policy; Product and service design and development; Manufacturing and service systems design; Technology management for operations; Multi-site operations management; Capacity planning and analysis; Operations planning, scheduling and control; Project management; Human resource management for operations; Work design, measurement, and improvement; Performance measurement and productivity; Quality management; Purchasing/sourcing systems; Materials and inventory management; Logistics, transportation, distribution, and materials handling; International and comparative operations; Operations information management; Regulatory and environmental issues in operations.
  • Specific Techniques and Approaches: JIT; TQC, SPC, SQC; Flexible manufacturing systems; Group technology; Computer integrated manufacturing (CIM); CAD/CAM; Forecasting; MRP and DRP; Cost accounting for operations management.

Operations Research (OR)
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The mission of Operations Research is to serve the entire Operations Research (OR) community, including practitioners, researchers, educators, and students. Operations Research, as the flagship journal of our profession, strives to publish results that are truly insightful. Each issue of Operations Research attempts to provide a balance of well-written articles that span the wide array of creative activities in OR. Thus, the major criteria for acceptance of a paper in Operations Research are that the paper is important to more than a small subset of the OR community, contains important insights, and makes a substantial contribution to the field that will stand the test of time.

Operations Research Letters (ORL)
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Operations Research Letters is a publication for literature on all aspects of operations research and the management and decision sciences. The features distinguishing it from other journals in the field are * concise articles, generally limited to 10 journal pages * extended abstracts of 2 to 4 pages, announcing results without full proofs * rapid review and fast publication * broad coverage of the literature. Apart from the page limitation, originality, relevance, quality and clarity are the only criteria for selecting the material to be published. The journal covers continuous and discrete optimization, stochastic models, and situations with multiple decision makers. The subject matter can be theory, methodology, empirical studies, and applications. The mainstream of contributions focuses on new models, theorems, algorithms, and experimental work that the author wants to disseminate rapidly. We will publish theory and methodology with proofs omitted or only sketched, provided that the author submits support material that enables us to verify the findings. We will also publish computational and experimental studies that are not necessarily based on new theory or methodology, but are of significant scientific value because they confirm or refute prior results. Similarly, we will publish reports on applications and case studies that demonstrate a novel use of existing techniques or contain significant ideas about data collection and analysis, modelling, or implementation.

Organizacija (Organizacija)
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Organizacija is an interdisciplinary peer reviewed journal that seeks both theoretically and practically oriented research papers from the area of organizational science, business information systems and human resources management. Topics will be drawn from, but are not limited to, the following areas:

  • organizational theory, development and restructuring of organizations;
  • new and innovative organizational structures and approaches;
  • managerial aspects of quality management;
  • organizational behavior;
  • human resources management;
  • development, restructuring and management of information systems;
  • interorganizational systems, electronic commerce;
  • decision making, decision support.

In particular, we seek papers which cover state-of-art developments in organizational theory and practice, and present new insights that improve our understanding in the subject area of the journal.


Organization Science (OS)
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Organization Science publishes fundamental research about organizations, including their processes, structures, technologies, identities, capabilities, forms, and performance. Research from different disciplines, such as organizational behavior and theory, strategic management, psychology, sociology, economics, political science, information systems, technology management, communication, and cognitive science, is represented in the journal. We welcome research at different levels of analysis, including the organization, the groups or units that constitute organizations, and the networks in which organizations are embedded. Diverse methods and approaches are also welcome. Creative insight often occurs at the boundaries between traditional research approaches and topic areas. The editors are especially interested in manuscripts that break new ground rather than ones that make incremental contributions. In addition to the original research reports that are the core of the journal, we occasionally publish essays in our "Perspectives" section that direct attention to an important new organizational phenomenon or redirect a line of research. We also publish essays in our "Crossroads" section that capture a current debate about organizations. More specifically, Organization Science seeks to publish papers that:

  • start up or redirect a line of inquiry;
  • draw upon multiple disciplines;
  • employ diverse methods, including qualitative, field, survey, archival, laboratory and computational methods;
  • focus on different kinds of organizations, including firms, not-for-profit organizations and voluntary organizations;
  • make a theoretical contribution;
  • provide new empirical findings;
  • achieve genuine integration of theory and data;
  • provide a theoretically-driven review and integration of an important research area;
  • discuss findings in terms of improving organizational performance.

International Journal of Organizational Analysis (IJOA)
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This quarterly journal publishes original theoretical and empirical articles dealing with national and international issues. It also publishes case studies, research notes, simulations, teaching notes and film reviews. Coverage:

  • Organization theory
  • Organization behaviour
  • Organization development
  • Strategic management
  • Human resource management
  • Business and society
  • Ethics and values

Journal of Organizational and End User Computing (JOEUC)
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The Journal of Organizational and End User Computing (JOEUC) provides a forum to information technology educators, researchers, and practitioners to advance the practice and understanding of organizational and end user computing. The journal features a major emphasis on how to increase organizational and end user productivity and performance, and how to achieve organizational strategic and competitive advantage. JOEUC publishes full-length research manuscripts, insightful research and practice notes, and case studies from all areas of organizational and end user computing that are selected after a rigorous blind review by experts in the field.

Journal of Organizational Behavior (JOB)
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The Journal of Organizational Behavior aims to publish empirical reports and theoretical reviews of research in the field of organizational behavior, wherever in the world that work is conducted. The journal will focus on research and theory in all topics associated with organizational behavior within and across individual, group and organizational levels of analysis, including:

  • At the individual level: personality, perception, beliefs, attitudes, values, motivation, career behavior, stress, emotions, judgment, and commitment.
  • At the group level: size, composition, structure, leadership, power, group affect, and politics.
  • At the organizational level: structure, change, goal-setting, creativity, and human resource management policies and practices.
  • Across levels: decision-making, performance, job satisfaction, turnover and absenteeism, diversity, careers and career development, equal opportunities, work-life balance, identification, organizational culture and climate, inter-organizational processes, and multi-national and cross-national issues.
  • Research methodologies in studies of organizational behavior.

Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (OBHDP)
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Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes publishes fundamental research in organizational behavior, organizational psychology, and human cognition, judgment, and decision-making. The journal features articles that present original empirical research, theory development, literature reviews, and methodological advancements relevant to the substantive domains served by the journal. Topics covered by the journal include perception, cognition, judgment, attitudes, emotion, well-being, motivation, choice, and performance. We are interested in articles that investigate these topics as they pertain to individuals, dyads, groups, and other social collectives. For each topic, we place a premium on articles that make fundamental and substantial contributions to understanding psychological processes relevant to human attitudes, cognitions, and behavior in organizations.

Journal of Organizational Change Management (JOCM)
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Journal of Organizational Change Management offers detailed analysis and discussion on the philosophies and practices which underpin successful organizational change. It seeks to help build more promising futures for the societies and organizations of tomorrow by publishing papers which have been accepted after double-blind review. Successful organizations respond intelligently to factors which precipitate change. Economic climates, political trends, changes in consumer demands, management policy or structure, employment levels and financial resources - all these elements are constantly at play to ensure that organizations clinging on to static structures will ultimately lose out. But change is a dynamic and alarming thing - this journal addresses how to manage it positively, so that employees give their support and the positive goals set are worked towards with enthusiasm. International and interdisciplinary in its approach, the journal offers a wealth of valuable material to the organization committed to the choice for change. Already acknowledged as a leading publication in the field, it presents contributions from distinguished practitioners, thinkers and academics in the field, so that implementing change in your organization will be workable, desirable, and above all, effective. Coverage:

  • Adapting strategic planning to the need for change
  • Leadership research
  • Responsibility for change implementation and follow-through
  • The psychology of change and its effect on the workforce
  • TQM - will it work in your organization?

Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce (JOCEC)
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The Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce publishes original research articles concerned with the impacts of computer and communication technology on organizational design, operations, and performance. It serves as a forum for stimulating and disseminating research as to the implications of these technologies for organizational structure and dynamics, the technological advances needed to keep pace with organizational changes, and the emerging technological possibilities for improving organizational productivity. The journal's focus is not on computing as it relates to individuals. Theoretical, experimental, and survey research are all appropriate to the Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce. The journal's major editorial areas are enterprise systems, computer-supported cooperative work, groupware, computer-aided coordination, supply chain technologies, interorganizational systems, collaborative commerce, e-commerce, economics of organizational computing, technologies for organizational learning, and behavioral aspects of organizational computing. The refereeing of papers in each of these areas is directed by an Associate Editor. The journal also publishes relevant book reviews, meeting announcements, brief notes, and software reviews.

Electronic Journal of Organizational Virtualness (eJOV)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-22]
eJOV (Journal of Organizational Virtualness) is an academic journal for theoretical and empirical research related to virtual organizations and networks. eJOV encourages research and debate at the intersection of different disciplines like business administration, economics, information systems, computer science, engineering, or sociology. While eJOV pursues a methodological pluralism, it puts particular emphasis on qualitative and constructive research.

Performance Evaluation (PE)
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The major aims of Performance Evaluation are to:

  1. collect and disseminate information relative to performance aspects, and in particular to the topics described below;
  2. promote interdisciplinary flow of technical information among researchers and professionals; and
  3. serve as a publication medium for various special interest groups in the performance community at large.

Topics are drawn from, but are not restricted to, the following areas:

  • Performance studies of computers, computer communications, telecommunications and distributed systems
  • Resource allocation and control methods and algorithms (e.g. routing and flow control in networks, bandwidth allocation, processor scheduling, memory management)
  • System reliability
  • Modeling and analysis methods (e.g. queueing and scheduling theory, simulation methods, data analysis)
  • Measurement techniques (e.g. software and hardware monitors) and workload characterization
  • System architecture, design and implementation discussed from a performance viewpoint
  • Performance evaluation applications (e.g. system tuning, procurement, capacity planning)
  • Case studies and model validations.

Personal and Ubiquitous Computing (PUC)
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Personal and Ubiquitous Computing publishes peer-reviewed international research on handheld, wearable and mobile information devices and the pervasive communications infrastructure that supports them to enable the seamless integration of technology and people in their everyday lives. The journal carries compellingly-written, timely and accessible contributions that illuminate the technological, social and design challenges of personal and ubiquitous computing technologies. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing is an essential resource for researchers and educators who wish to understand the implications of ubiquitous computing.

International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications (IJPCC)
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The JPCC covers all aspects of pervasive computing and communications. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  1. Hardware Support pervasive computing and communications
  2. Software infrastructures
  3. System architectures and platforms
  4. Mobile/wireless computing, communications, systems and services
  5. Embedded computing with applications
  6. Low power, energy-aware computing
  7. Wearable computers and technologies
  8. Smart devices, spaces and objects
  9. Location-dependent/personalized applications
  10. Service discovery mechanisms and protocols
  11. Middleware services and agent technologies
  12. Sensors and actuators
  13. Positioning and tracking technologies
  14. Integration of wired and wireless networks
  15. Personal area networks
  16. Intelligent devices and environments
  17. Context and location awareness, context based and implicit computing
  18. Speech and language processing/advanced computer vision
  19. User interfaces and interaction models
  20. Wireless/mobile service management and delivery
  21. Resource management in pervasive platforms
  22. Security and privacy issues
  23. Education and training
  24. New products, standards, tools and best practices
  25. Emerging new topics

Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments (PTVE)
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The first journal for serious investigators of teleoperators and virtual environments, Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments is filled with stimulating research and designs applicable to these advanced electromechanical and computer devices. Incorporating perspectives from physics to philosophy, Presence appeals to a wide audience, particularly mechanical and electrical engineers concerned with teleoperators; computer scientists, high-tech artists, media people, and others interested in virtual environments; and psychologists involved in the study of human-machine interfaces and sensorimotor/cognitive behavior.

International Journal of Production Economics (IJPE)
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The International Journal of Production Economics focuses on topics treating the interface between engineering and management. All aspects of the subject in relation to manufacturing and process industries, as well as production in general are covered. The journal is interdisciplinary in nature, considering whole cycles of activities, such as the product life cycle - research, design, development, test, launch, disposal - and the material flow cycle - supply, production, distribution. The ultimate objective of the journal is to disseminate knowledge for improving industrial practice and to strengthen the theoretical base necessary for supporting sound decision making. It provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and the presentation of new developments in theory and application, wherever engineering and technology meet the managerial and economic environment in which industry operates. In character, the journal combines the high standards of a traditional academic approach with the practical value of industrial applications.

International Journal of Project Management (IJPM)
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The International Journal of Project Management offers wide ranging and comprehensive coverage of all facets of project management. Published eight times per year, it provides a focus for worldwide expertise in the required techniques, practices and areas of research; presents a forum for its readers to share common experiences across the full range of industries and technologies in which project management is used; covers all areas of project management from systems to human aspects; links theory with practice by publishing case studies and covering the latest important issues. Application areas include: information systems, strategic planning, research and development, system design and implementation, engineering and construction projects, finance, leisure projects, communications, defence, agricultural projects, major re-structuring and new product development. Papers originate from all over the world and are fully peer-reviewed, on the 'double-blind' system. In addition, the journal carries conference reports, and book reviews. Topics Covered Include: Project concepts; project evaluation; team building and training; communication; project start-up; risk analysis and allocation; quality assurance; project systems; project planning; project methods; tools and techniques; resources, cost and time allocation; estimating and tendering; scheduling; monitoring, updating and control; contracts; contract law; project finance; project management software; motivation and incentives; resolution of disputes; procurement methods; organization systems; decision making processes; investment appraisal. The journal is published in collaboration with the International Project Management Association (IPMA) and is its official journal.

Prometheus (Prometheus)
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The aim of Prometheus is to publish high quality peer reviewed research papers and contributions to national and international policy debate. These relate issues in technological change, innovation, information economics, and telecommunications and science policy. The journal seeks to act as a bridge between disciplines, as well as between scholarly work and the policy process. Subjects as diverse as technology and globalization, information infrastructure for development, the Digital Divide, Asia's leap into E-commerce, intellectual property in biotechnology firms, medical perspectives on patient use of the Internet, innovation and historical continuity, environmental management, codification and its implications for the knowledge-based economy, website design and content, the impact of language in global operations.

PsychNology Journal (PNJ)
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PsychNology Journal is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary on-line journal publishing contributions on the relationship between humans and technology. Each issue will address a certain topic, specified in previous calls for papers; contributions on other topics will also be included. Generally speaking, contributions are welcome on phenomena related to the human interaction with technologies.

Public Administration Review (PAR)
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Public Administration Review (PAR), a bi-monthly scholarly journal, has been the premier journal in the field of public administration research, theory, and practice for more than 60 years. PAR is the only journal in public administration that serves both academics and practitioners interested in the public sector and public sector management. Articles identify and analyze current trends, provide a factual basis for decision making, stimulate discussion, and make the leading literature in the field available in an easily accessible format. With articles on a wide range of topics and expert book reviews, PAR is exciting to read and an indispensable resource.

Online Journal of Public Health Informatics (OJPHI)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-30]
The emergence of public health informatics as a professional specialty is part of a larger development of informatics in related health fields, such as medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and dentistry. Interest in informatics as a specialty in these areas reflects the importance that information collection, analysis, evaluation, and utilization now play in the health care sector. New public health threats such as bioterrorism and influenza pandemics will demand an improved infrastructure for disseminating information about best practices. In response to the new role of health-related informatics, journals have been created in medicine and nursing informatics to service the growing professional audience in these fields. The Online Journal of Public Health Informatics (OJPHI) is the newest of these specialty journals. The mission of the journal is to satisfy the growing need for public health informatics knowledge portal and knowledge base of best practices among health practitioners, researchers, educators, and policy makers in developed and developing countries. OJPHI also explores the socio-economic, ethical, and legal impacts of informatics applications in public health. It is a quarterly open access, open source, peer-reviewed journal based on Open Journal Systems.

International Journal of Public Information Systems (IJPIS)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
The International Journal of Public Information Systems aims at publishing studies of public information systems. The journal acknowledges the interdisciplinary nature of such studies. Topics include, but are not restricted to:

  • User-centred design, usability, usefulness, citizens perspectives
  • Customer relations, different forms of interactions
  • Quality and security
  • Governance and democracy, political prerequisites
  • Decision support systems, risk and decision analysis
  • Integration and segregation, cooperation between public administrations/government agencies
  • Digital archives
  • Multimedia communications

Public information systems may be defined as information systems that

  • Provide services to the public (people and companies/organisations)
  • Empower citizens and organisations to exercise democratic influence
  • Support governments on all levels to perform their tasks in an efficient and reliable way
  • Capture, preserve, and make available useful data for analysis, planning, and research

Quarterly Journal of Electronic Commerce (QJEC)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
The Quarterly Journal of Electronic Commerce ceased publication in 2004.

RECIIS - Electronic Journal of Communication, Information & Innovation in Health (RECIIS)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Not refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
RECIIS is a peer reviewed bilingual electronic journal, which publishes results of scientific researches oriented towards a better understanding of the present health arena dynamics in the contemporary societies and it

Records Management Journal (RMJ)
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Records Management Journal publishes material on all aspects of managing the records of organizations, whatever their form, across the continuum including creation and capture, organization, dissemination, preservation and disposal. These aspects are explored from the different perspectives of practitioners and educators across all sectors and internationally, emphasizing the latest research and current best practice, particularly within the context of the electronic environment. The journal includes case studies, research reports and review articles. It excludes product reviews and both product and job advertisements.

Journal of Relationship Marketing (JRM)
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The Journal of Relationship Marketing is a quarterly journal that publishes peer-reviewed and invited conceptual and empirical papers and original works that make serious contributions to the understanding and advancement of relationship marketing theory, research, and practice. Under the editorship of Dr. David Bejou, this journal is a valuable literary resource for marketing researchers and managers in all sectors of today's ever-changing economy. Examples of topics the journal addresses include:

  • evolution and life cycle of RM
  • theoretical and methodological issues in RM
  • determinants and consequences of RM
  • types of RM, networks and strategic alliances
  • internal and external customer relationship management strategies
  • psychological underpinning of RM
  • communication quality, style, and frequency in RM
  • quality, trust, commitment, satisfaction, loyalty, and dissolution in RM
  • applications of RM in different disciplines and industries
  • international perspectives in RM
  • interdisciplinary nature of RM
  • RM strategies in Services economy
  • RM strategies in Higher education
  • RM strategies in e-commerce
  • RM, technology, and the web
  • profitability in RM
  • case studies and best practices in RM
  • future role of RM

Requirements Engineering (RE)
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The journal provides a focus for the dissemination of new results about the elicitation, representation and validation of requirements of software intensive information systems or applications. Theoretical and applied submissions are welcome, but all papers must explicitly address:

  • the practical consequences of the ideas for the design of complex systems
  • how the ideas should be evaluated by the reflective practitioner

The journal is motivated by a multi-disciplinary view that considers requirements not only in terms of software components specification but also in terms of activities for their elicitation, representation and agreement, carried out within an organisational and social context. To this end, contributions are sought from fields such as software engineering, information systems, occupational sociology, cognitive and organisational psychology, human-computer interaction, computer-supported cooperative work, linguistics and philosophy for work addressing specifi- cally requirements engineering issues. Specific topics will include, but are not restricted to:

  • theories and models relevant to requirements engineering
  • the intersection of requirements engineering with business engineering
  • elicitation techniques including ethnography and social studies, task analysis, HCI approaches, user-centred approaches, participatory design, facilitation techniques, cooperative requirements engineering
  • analysis and valuation of cultural, political and organisational factors that affect requirements engineering practice
  • architecture and functions of computer-based tools and environments for requirements engineering
  • scenarios, design rationales and argumentation- based approaches
  • the states of practice, including evaluations of different approaches in industrial-size projects: papers on problems in requirements
  • comprehensive reviews of current research and practice that synthesise findings not customarily integrated in the same place, and reports describing the unifying vision of research underway at particular institutions or research groups.

Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology (JRPIT)
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The Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology is an international quality, peer reviewed journal covering innovative research and practice in Information Technology. The Journal has a dual emphasis and contains articles that are of interest both to practicing information technology professionals and to university and industry researchers. In particular, it encourages papers that report on activities that have successfully connected fundamental and applied research with practical application. The journal thus publishes papers relating to both emerging research and to professional practice. The Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology (the JRPIT) encourages submission of innovative and original articles in all areas of Information Technology including Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Systems, Computer Systems and Information Engineering and Telecommunications.

Research in Learning Technology (RLT)
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Research in Learning Technology is the journal of the Association for Learning Technology (ALT). It aims to raise the profile of research in learning technology, encouraging research that informs good practice and contributes to the development of policy. The journal publishes papers concerning the use of technology in learning and teaching in all sectors of education, as well as in industry. The audience for Research in Learning Technology is international. Potential subjects for submission include:

  • evaluative studies of technology use in learning and teaching;
  • studies of the impact of technologies on the efficiency and effectiveness of provision;
  • studies of innovations in the area of learning technology, and their dissemination and uptake;
  • critical assessment of the theory and practice of technology-enhanced learning across cultures and nationalities;
  • analysis of the staff and learner competencies, roles and skills necessary for effective learning;
  • theoretical debate on and analysis of the relationships between learning, teaching and technology;
  • analyses of policy and strategy at institutional, regional, sectoral, national and international levels.

Formerly known as


Journal of Research on Computing Education (JRCE)
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Renamed See Journal of Research on Technology in Education

Journal of Research on Technology in Education (JRTE)
|Subscription required |DEST Approved|Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-02]
The quarterly JRTE publishes articles that report on original research, system or project descriptions and evaluations, syntheses of the literature, assessments of the state of the art, and theoretical or conceptual positions that relate to educational computing. International in scope and thorough in its coverage, the theoretical and conceptual articles in the JRTE define the state of the art and future horizons of educational computing.

Journal of Research Practice (JRP)
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The Journal of Research Practice (JRP) seeks to develop our understanding of research as a type of practice, so as to extend and enhance that practice in the future. The Journal aims to highlight the dynamics of research practice, as it unfolds in the life of a researcher, in the growth and decline of a field, and in relation to a changing social and institutional environment. The Journal welcomes deliberation on the basic issues and challenges encountered by researchers in any specific domain. The Journal aims to explore why and how different activities, criteria, methods, and languages become part of research practice in any domain. This is expected to trigger inter-disciplinary dialogue, mutual learning, facilitate research education, and promote innovations in different fields. The Journal's scope is not defined in terms of academic disciplines. It cuts across disciplines and fields by drawing out the living dimensions of research unfolding through history, culture, research communities, professions, and of course the lives of individual researchers. The Journal seeks to study the evolving patterns of thinking and practice that underlie open inquiry in any domain. The scope also includes topics such as research training, research design, research utilisation, research policy, and innovative forms of research. The Journal targets all researchers, scholars, research-inclined professionals, and research students, irrespective of their disciplinary background. It seeks to attract reflective articles on the dynamics and challenges of research practice in context, as well as articles presenting experiences and learning from research carried out in an innovative way. In order to promote wider participation in these deliberations, JRP will be published electronically in the open-access mode.

Research-Technology Management (RTM)
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Research-Technology Management welcomes manuscripts that deal with enhancing the effectiveness of technological innovation. Manuscripts are reviewed by the Board of Editors, within approximately 6- 8 weeks. Reviewers look for ideas and information that will help senior industrial R&D/technology leaders run their operations more effectively. This means an emphasis on real-world experience that can be applied by practitioners across a broad spectrum of industries. Articles based primarily on research studies should, therefore, de-emphasize methodology in favor of explaining: 1) what the investigators learned, and 2) why those findings could be useful to industry managers.

Review of Business Information Systems (RBIS)
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The Review of Business Information Systems (RBIS) welcomes articles concerning any aspect of business information systems. Both theoretical and applied manuscripts will be considered for publication. Theoretical manuscripts must provide a clear link to important and interesting business information systems applications.

Revista Brasileira de Inform (RBIE)
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The journal seeks to bring together the work of professionals and researchers in the field of Information Technology in Education, trying to disseminate methods and techniques for effective use of information technology in education, according to the Brazilian reality. The main objectives of the magazine are:

  • Disseminating scientific research of groups linked to educational institutions that work with Information Technology in Education;
  • Providing an opportunity for reflection on the issues of everyday practice of computer mediated education;
  • Deepening knowledge on issues related to the research programs of the Graduate linked to the area;
  • Stimulating academic-level undergraduate and graduate students;
  • Disseminating information about computer products applicable to education.

Revista Ibérica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informação (RISTI)
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RISTI (Iberian Journal of Information Systems and Technologies) is a scientific journal, propriety of AISTI (Iberian Association for Information Systems and Technologies), which publishes papers written in Spanish or Portuguese with abstract and keywords in English. The RISTI was created in 2008 to address Information Systems and Technologies and is published twice a year. Articles are welcome on research, practice, experience and current issues. It bridges the gap between the theoretical background and the application of information technology within organizations. The articles are written by researchers in both academic and professional areas aiming at contribution sharing for the evolution of the specific area and society as a whole. The submitted articles must have relevant and up-to-date findings and results. Articles reviewed for publishing must be in concise and objective language, with internal coherence. The RISTI encourages submissions that integrate technological disciplines with social, contextual and management issues based on research using appropriate research methods. The RISTI has an average rate of acceptance very exigent, at around 15%, and is indexed or listed in Academic Journals Database, EI Compendex, Dialnet, DOAJ, EBSCO, GALE, IndexCopernicus, Index of Information Systems Journals, LatinIndex, ProQuest, SCOPUS, Scielo and Ulrich"s.

Richmond Journal of Law and Technology (RJLT)
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The Richmond Journal of Law and Technology is the first law review in the world to be published exclusively online. First published on April 10, 1995, the Journal focuses on the impact that computer-related and other emerging technologies have on the law. The Journal is published entirely by students of the University of Richmond School of Law. Publishing online has proved to be tremendously beneficial in allowing The Journal to reach a much wider audience than would have been possible using the traditional print medium. Our articles now reach over 33,000 readers per month in more than 70 countries around the world. We currently publish 4-5 issues per academic year. Each issue covers a broad range of topics ranging from developing legal issues on the Internet to issues in bio-technology and emerging areas of constitutional law. Since its founding in 1995, The Journal has expanded its scope to encompass the full range of topics under the general heading of Technology Law.

Romanian Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (RRIOC)
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The Romanian Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (RRIOC) is publishing quood quality peer-reviewd papers in the area of design, implementation and evaluation of interactive systems. The journal is published by MATRIX ROM and is edited by the Romanian HCI group. Each volume has 2 regular issues and a special issue dedicated to the National HCI Conference.

Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems (SJIS)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-19]
The Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems aims at publishing critical, yet constructive, studies of IT development and use. The journal acknowledges and encourages the highly interdisciplinary nature of such studies. Topics include, but are not restricted to: organizational politics of IT; micro-studies of actual use; diffusion and uptake of IT; use and development of e-commerce; open source development; transformations of leisure and work following, for instance, mobile technologies; strategic and structural transformations of business organizations and sectors; software development methods and strategies; and the life on the net. The Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems draws on the Scandinavian research tradition emphasizing engagement with the field, participation from users and multi-vocality of interests. For sure, this kind of scholarly work is not confined by geographical boundaries. Hence, the term "Scandinavian" in the title of this journal should be interpreted metaphorically rather than literally as an ambition to foster this tradition. Methodological and theoretical pluralism is welcomed by the journal. Nonetheless, qualitative research methods are perceived as particularly fitting for the overall aim of the Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems.

Journal of Science and Technology Law (JSTL)
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The Editorial Board for the Journal of Science & Technology Law (the Journal) invites the submission of unsolicited manuscripts. Submissions may include previously unpublished articles, essays, case notes, or comments concerning any aspect of the relationship among science, technology, and the law. The Journal especially welcomes pieces treating any of the following areas: biotechnology law, computer and communications law, technology transfer, and business law relating to technolgy-based companies. If any portion of a manuscript has been previously published, the author should so indicate. In addition, the author should include his or her credentials, including full name, degrees earned, academic or professional affiliations, and citations to all previously published legal articles.

Sciences et Techniques de l'Information et de la Communication pour l'Éducation et la Formation (STICEF)
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STICEF is a French-speaking scientific review presenting accounts of research undertaken in the field of communication and information technologies in the service of human training. Topics covered include:

  • design,
  • implementation,
  • the work setting,
  • validation,
  • evaluation,
  • training,
  • use

of data-processing devices intended to facilitate training.


SCRIPT-ed (SCRIPT-ed)
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SCRIPTed is a high-quality, online, international, interdisciplinary and multi-lingual journal of peer-reviewed articles, analysis pieces, case and legislation critiques, as well as commentaries, reports, and book reviews pertaining to law, society, and technologies in the broadest sense. In furtherance of that goal, SCRIPTed

International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems (IJSWIS)
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The International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems (IJSWIS) promotes a knowledge transfer channel where academics, practitioners, and researchers can discuss, analyze, criticize, synthesize, communicate, elaborate, and simplify the more-than-promising technology of the semantic Web in the context of information systems. The journal aims to establish value-adding knowledge transfer and personal development channels in three distinctive areas: academia, industry, and government.

International Journal of Service Industry Management (IJSIM)
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Now published as International Journal of Service Industry Management.

Journal of Service Management (JSM)
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Previously published as International Journal of Service Industry Management. The Journal of Service Management focuses on services management research and provides a communication medium for those working in the service management field irrespective of discipline, functional area, sector nationality. The journal publishes double-blind reviewed papers from both academics and practitioners. As economies across the world have become more service orientated, so does the importance of studying and understanding all aspects of managing service. These new managerial challenges include traditional service organizations not only in hospitality and retail nut also in information, engineering, health care, consulting, government. not-for-profits, and services in manufacturing companies. All require new knowledge, skills and abilities in the emerging science of service which can be found within the journal.

Service Oriented Computing and Applications (SOCA)
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The aim of Service Oriented Computing & Applications is to publish original and high quality research results on the service-oriented computing (SOC) paradigm, models and technologies that have significant contributions to the advancement of service oriented systems and their applications. Service-oriented computing has emerged as a major research topic in the past few years. Although the concept has evolved from earlier component-based software frameworks, web service standards are based on the readily and openly available internet protocols, and thus are easier and cheaper for companies to adopt. The strong support from major computer and IT service companies further speeds up the acceptance and adoption of SOC. However, service developers and users face many significant challenges and opportunities that are introduced by the dynamism of software service environments and requirements. This requires new concepts, methods, models, and technologies along with flexible and adaptive infrastructure for services developments and management in order to facilitate the on-demand integration and formation of services across different platforms and organizations. The success of service-oriented systems relies on the adoption of the derived technologies to meet the demands from the evolving environment. The journal focuses on the issues and research results related to the development of service-oriented technology, including service infrastructures, theoretical foundations and their applications and experiences in service-oriented computing.

SIAM Journal on Computing (SICOMP)
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The SIAM Journal on Computing aims to provide coverage of the most significant work going on in the mathematical and formal aspects of computer science and nonnumerical computing. Submissions must be clearly written and make a significant technical contribution. Topics include but are not limited to analysis and design of algorithms, algorithmic game theory, data structures, computational complexity, computational algebra, computational aspects of combinatorics and graph theory, computational biology, computational geometry, computational robotics, the mathematical aspects of programming languages, artificial intelligence, computational learning, databases, information retrieval, cryptography, networks, distributed computing, parallel algorithms, and computer architecture.

International Journal of Signal Processing (IJSP)
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International Journal of Signal Processing (IJSP), is no longer listed.

SIMULATION: Transactions of The Society for Modeling and Simulation International (SIMULATION)
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Published on behalf of The Society for Modeling and Simulation International, the leading society devoted to advancing the discipline and profession of modeling and simulation, SIMULATION is an archival journal in both print and electronic form, it consists of distinct sections, one devoted to theory, the other to applications. Published articles must have a clear relevance to general modeling and simulation issues. In addition to its archival mission, the journal aims to help professionals and researchers, particularly those involved in multidisciplinary projects, apply advances in modeling and simulation theory, methodology, and technology to their application areas.

Small Group Research (SGR)
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Taking an interdisciplinary approach, the journal addresses and connects three vital areas of study:

  • The psychology of small groups
  • Communication within small groups
  • Organizational behavior of small groups

Small Group Research offers research and comprehensive theory relating to all types of groups, such as: * Intact Work Groups * Family Groups * Mixed-Profession Groups * Self-Help Groups * Groups in Educational Settings * Social Work Groups * Teams * Experimental and Laboratory Groups * Therapy and Treatment Groups. You'll find complete theoretical coverage of: * Conflict Management * Social Perception * Team Productivity * Team Building * Group Decision Making * Mediation * Group Cohesiveness * Status Generalization * Group Development * Network Analysis. Small Group Research occasionally supplements its broad coverage with in-depth studies of critical topics. These Special Issues are guest-edited by experts in the field, providing a balanced analysis of the subject at hand.


International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development (IJSKD)
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The International Journal of Sociotechnology and Knowledge Development (IJSKD) wishes to publish papers that offer a detailed analysis and discussion on sociotechnical philosophy and practices which underpin successful organizational change thus building a more promising future for today?s societies and organizations. It will encourage interdisciplinary texts that discuss current practices as well as demonstrating how the advances of - and changes within - technology affect the growth of society (and vice versa). The aim of this journal is to bring together the expertise of people who have worked practically in a changing society across the world for people in the field of organizational development and technology studies including information systems development and implementation.

Journal of Software (JSW)
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Journal of Software (JSW) is a scholarly peer-reviewed international scientific journal focusing on theories, methods, and applications in software. It provide a high profile, leading edge forum for academic researchers, industrial professionals, engineers, consultants, managers, educators and policy makers working in the field to contribute and disseminate innovative new work on software. We are interested in well-defined theoretical results and empirical studies that have potential impact on the construction, analysis, or management of software. The scope of this Journal ranges from the mechanisms through the development of principles to the application of those principles to specific environments. Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:

  • Software Requirements Engineering
  • Software Architectures and Design
  • Software Development and Maintenance
  • Software Project Management
  • Software Testing, Diagnosis, and Validation
  • Software Analysis, Assessment, and Evaluation
  • Theory and Formal Methods
  • Design and Analysis of Algorithms
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Software Processes and Workflows
  • Reverse Engineering and Software Maintenance
  • Aspect-Orientation and Feature Interaction
  • Object-Oriented Technology
  • Component-Based Software Engineering
  • Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
  • Agent-Based Software Systems, Middleware Techniques
  • AI and Knowledge Based Software Engineering
  • Empirical Software Engineering and Metrics
  • Software Security, Safety and Reliability
  • Distribution and Parallelism, Databases
  • Software Economics, Policy and Ethics
  • Software Tools and Development Environments
  • Programming Languages and Software Engineering
  • Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing
  • Embedded and Real-time Software
  • Database, Data Mining, and Data Warehousing
  • Internet and Information Systems Development
  • Web-Based Tools, Systems, and Environments
  • State-Of-The-Art Survey

Software and System Modeling (SoSyM)
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Software and System Modeling (SoSyM) is a quarterly international journal that focuses on theoretical and practical issues in the development and application of software and system modeling languages, techniques, and methods, such as the Unified Modeling Language. The aim of SoSyM is to publish high-quality works that further understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of modeling languages and techniques, present rigorous analyses of modeling experiences, and present scalable modeling techniques and processes that facilitate rigorous and economical development of software. SoSyM is unique in its emphasis on theoretical foundations of modeling languages and techniques and on rigorous analysis of "real-world" modeling experiences. The balance of theoretical and experience-based works provides insights that can lead to better modeling languages and techniques. In addition, modeling practitioners can gain a deeper understanding of languages and techniques that can lead to more effective applications.

International Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (IJSEKE)
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The International Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering is intended to serve as a forum for researchers, practitioners, and developers to exchange ideas and results for the advancement of software engineering and knowledge engineering. Three types of papers will be published: Research papers reporting original research results; Technology trend surveys reviewing an area of research in software engineering and knowledge engineering; Survey articles surveying a broad area in software engineering and knowledge engineering. In addition, tool reviews (no more than three manuscript pages) and book reviews (no more than two manuscript pages) are also welcome. A central theme of this journal is the interplay between software engineering and knowledge engineering: how knowledge engineering methods can be applied to software engineering, and vice versa. The journal publishes papers in the areas of software engineering methods and practices, object-oriented systems, rapid prototyping, software reuse, cleanroom software engineering, stepwise refinement/enhancement, formal methods of specification, ambiguity in software development, impact of CASE on software development life cycle, knowledge engineering methods and practices, logic programming, expert systems, knowledge-based systems, distributed knowledge-based systems, deductive database systems, knowledge representations, knowledge-based systems in language translation & processing, software and knowledge-ware maintenance, reverse engineering in software design, and applications in various domains of interest.

Journal of Software Maintenance and Evolution (JSME)
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The Journal of Software Maintenance and Evolution was merged into The Journal of Software: Evolution and Process.

Software Process: Improvement and Practice (SPIP)
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Software Process: Improvement and Practice was merged into The Journal of Software: Evolution and Process.

International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer (STTT)
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The International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer (STTT) provides a forum discussing all aspects of tools that aid in the development of computer systems. It is particularly intended to offer a tool-oriented link between academic research and industrial practice. Tool support for the development of reliable and correct computer systems is of growing importance: a wealth of design methodologies, algorithms, and associated tools have been developed in different areas of computer science. However, each area has its own culture and terminology, preventing researchers from taking advantage of the results obtained by colleagues in other fields: tool builders often are unaware of, and thus unable to use, work done by others. The situation is even more critical when considering the transfer of technology into industrial practice. STTT remedies this situation by (1) publishing accessible papers that introduce researchers and practitioners to state-of-the-art tools and techniques, (2) channelling comments, queries, and feedback about tools and papers in the Online Forum with highlights published electronically, and (3) enabling via the Electronic Tool Integration (ETI) platform even non-experts to experiment with the integrated tools. - As STTT addresses a heterogeneous audience, great editorial emphasis is placed on clear, jargon-free exposition.

South African Journal of Libraries and Information Science (SAJLIS)
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The journal seeks to embrace a wide range of practical and research components including literacy, management, children's literature, ethics, globalisation, impact of the digital divide, technology, communications, indigenous knowledge systems, etc. The objective is to serve and reflect the interests of the South African LIS community across the spectrum of its wide-ranging activities and research.

Sprouts: Working Papers on Information Systems (Sprouts)
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Sprouts: Working Papers on Information Systems is an Open Access publication that provides a fast-turnaround outlet for authentic and original research and work-in-progress carried out by scholars of the information systems field and members of AIS, the Association for Information Systems. Sprouts is devoted to research about the ways in which information is generated and used in the prevailing complex socio-technical landscape.

StandardView (SV)
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(no longer published - last issue Dec 1998)

STEM Education: Innovations and Research (STEM)
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The Journal of STEM Education: Innovations and Research is a half yearly, peer-reviewed publication for educators in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education. The journal emphasizes real-world case studies that focus on issues that are relevant and important to STEM practitioners. These studies may showcase field research as well as secondary-sourced cases. The journal encourages case studies that cut across the different STEM areas and that cover non-technical issues such as finance, cost, management, risk, safety, etc. Case studies are typically framed around problems and issues facing a decision maker in an organization.

International Journal of Strategic Decision Sciences (IJSDS)
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The vast amount of information that must be considered to solve inherently ill-structured and complex strategic problems creates a need for tools and techniques to help decision makers recognize the complexity of this process and develop a rational model for strategy evaluation. The International Journal of Strategic Decision Sciences (IJSDS) is a double-blind refereed journal whose focus is to promote the infusion of strategic decision-making with the analytical methods. IJSDS distinguishes itself as a business journal with an explicit focus on analytical strategic decision-making. The journal provides a publication vehicle for theoretical and empirical research as well as real-world applications and case studies. Papers published in IJSDS should not only meet high standards of research rigor and originality in decision sciences, but also embrace strategic decision-making.

Journal of Strategic Information Systems (JSIS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'A*' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-02]
The Journal of Strategic Information Systems focuses on the management, business and organizational issues associated with the introduction and utilization of information systems as a strategic tool, and considers these issues in a global context. The emphasis is on the incorporation of IT into organizations' strategic thinking, strategy alignment and management of change issues. The journal publishes research and case study papers from around the world which:

  • investigate the very nature of business in the context of emerging IT
  • discuss the justification and evaluation of information systems
  • discuss the organizational implications of IT
  • consider how organizations have been transformed as a result of the astute management and application of IT

A transdisciplinary approach/perspective is welcome.


Strategic Management Journal (SMJ)
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The journal publishes original material concerned with all aspects of strategic management. It is devoted to the improvement and further development of the theory and practice of strategic management and it is designed to appeal to both practising managers and academics. Papers acceptable to an editorial board acting as referees are published. The journal also publishes communications in the form of research notes or comments from readers on published papers or current issues. Editorial comments and invited papers on practices and developments in strategic management appear from time to time as warranted by new developments. Overall, SMJ provides a communication forum for advancing strategic management theory and practice. Such major topics as strategic resource allocation; organization structure; leadership; entrepreneurship and organizational purpose; methods and techniques for evaluating and understanding competitive, technological, social, and political environments; planning processes; and strategic decision processes are included in the journal.

Strategic Outsourcing (SI)
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Strategic Outsourcing: An International Journal aims to foster and lead the international debate on global sourcing and outsourcing. It provides a central, authoritative and independent forum for the critical evaluation and dissemination of research and development, applications, processes and current practices relating to the design, implementation and undertaking of strategic outsourcing. Strategic Outsourcing: An International Journal is the only scientific journal to provide a holistic and global perspective on outsourcing, regardless what sector or industry of application. Strategic Outsourcing: An International Journal places a strong emphasis on applied research with relevant implications for both knowledge and practice.

Studies in Informatics and Control (SIC)
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Studies in Informatics and Control publishes papers on current topics of Information Technology: integration of IT with control; IT use in control and management systems; advanced automatic control; processing technologies in applied informatics. Currently, the journal invites original articles, studies and technical and research reports which describe work-in-progress and/or discuss new results in and even conjectures on Information Technology and Computer Based Control. With its quality-abiding and contents flexibility, the journal also accepts special issues and doctoral dissertations. The journal will feature book reviews, letters and scientific events, or reflect history of the field through inserting outstanding communications. It is a quarterly publication with issues dating back to 1992.

Journal of Supply Chain Management (JSCM)
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The mission of the Journal of Supply Chain Management (JSCM) is to be THE journal of choice among supply chain management scholars, by attracting high-quality, high-impact behavioral research focusing on theory-building and empirical research. To be suitable for publication in JSCM, papers must:

  • Extend or test existing theoretical bases in supply management or contribute to theory building in supply management;
  • Use rigorous methodologies and analyses which address the multiple dimensions of validity; and
  • Clarify and enhance understanding of the role of various aspects of supply management in the global competitiveness of organizations.

Supply Chain Management: An International Journal (SCM)
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With the globalization of business comes increased cross-border activity and new investment in overseas economies, both developed and developing. Whilst this brings new opportunities, both for the companies investing and the economies in which they invest, it also brings additional costs, particularly in terms of risk management and the logistics of multiple sourcing for multi-product enterprises. The journal will focus on these and associated issues to bring the research focus of academics closer to the practical problems facing commercial managers in a rapidly changing business environment. This journal is unique and is the only journal which seeks to promote a dialogue between academics and business practitioners on an international scale in the area of supply chain management. The journal will keep the business community aware of new theoretical initiatives, while creating a forum for academics to present ideas. Coverage:

  • Contractual relationships
  • Data interchange and vertical integration
  • Efficient consumer response
  • Investment in emerging economies
  • Just in time
  • Logistics
  • Organizational behaviour
  • Risk management

Sustainable Computing: Informatics and Systems (SUSCOM)
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Sustainable computing is a rapidly expanding research area spanning the fields of computer science and engineering, electrical engineering as well as other engineering disciplines. The aim of Sustainable Computing: Informatics and Systems (SUSCOM) is to publish the myriad research findings related to energy-aware and thermal-aware management of computing resource. Equally important is a spectrum of related research issues such as applications of computing that can have ecological and societal impacts. SUSCOM publishes original and timely research papers and survey articles in current areas of power, energy, temperature, and environment related research areas of current importance to readers.

Systèmes d’Information et Management (SIM)
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As information technologies evolve, the social and economic conduct of people, companies and organizations are profoundly changing in all the activities of manufacturing, trading, in business and not for profit services. When referring to sociotechnical activities, classical schemes of management, decision and organization theories and practices have to be completely reconsidered. In helping to understand the relationships between information technologies and organizations, management practices the academic community discusses the aims, methods and tools of the information society. SIM is the major French journal addressing information systems intended for organization management. Submissions are accepted in both French and English. Reviewing and publication will be done in the language of submission.

System (System)
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This international journal is devoted to the applications of educational technology and applied linguistics to problems of foreign language teaching and learning. Attention is paid to all languages and to problems associated with the study and teaching of English as a second or foreign language. The journal serves as a vehicle of expression for colleagues in developing countries. System prefers its contributors to provide articles which have a sound theoretical base with a visible practical application which can be generalized. The review section may take up works of a more theoretical nature to broaden the background.

Systemic Practice and Action Research (SPAR)
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Systemic Practice and Action Research (SPAR) is dedicated to critical systems thinking and its applications and building an understanding of the complexities of modern society. The journal examines the effects of technological advancement, including older technologies that continue to have profound effects on society today. Furthermore, the journal contributes to a rethinking of science as well as to the reflective application of systemic practice and action research in all types of organizational and social settings. A forum that fosters new thinking about management and systems research, SPAR also encourages traditional research methods that have remained effective. Contributions therefore draw upon all forms of investigation and reasoning, including deductionism, empiricism, inductionism, and metaphor. Readers will find works of original research, case studies, reflections on experience, and short research notes. NOTE: Prior to the 1998 volume-year this journal was titled Systems Practice.

Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (JSCI)
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The basic aims of this Journal are

  1. To support multidisciplinary information dissemination related to different disciplines in the major areas of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (SC&I).
  2. To foster interdisciplinary communication based on the integrative potential of these three major areas. Accordingly, the journal will include not just areas from SC&I, but also from the relationships among them, among their areas and sub-areas and between them and disciplines from other areas, especially in the form of applications of SC&I disciplines in other disciplines, and vice versa. Consequently, a strong emphasis is made on relationship areas and on what has been named as hyphened sciences, engineering and technologies, in order to refer to the inter-disciplines that are emerging as a consequence of multi- and inter-disciplinary problem-centered research.
  3. To support inter-organizational multi- and inter-disciplinarity among academy, industry and government.

Systems Analysis Modelling Simulation (SAMS)
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This title has merged with the International Journal of Systems Science

Journal of Systems and Information Technology (JSIT)
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The Journal provides an avenue for scholarly work that researches information systems, electronic business and information technology. Papers examine the wider implications of the systems or technology being researched. This means papers consider aspects such as organisational relevance, business value, cognitive implications, social implications, impact on individuals or community perspectives, rather than focusing solely on the technology. The Journal of Systems and Information Technology is open to a wide range of research methodologies and paper styles including case studies, surveys, experiments, review papers, and theoretical papers. Research that uses quantitative methods (for example statistical surveys) will be suitable if it takes a broad perspective of the problems and issues.

Journal of Systems and Software (JSS)
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The Journal of Systems and Software publishes papers covering all aspects of programming methodology, software engineering and related hardware/software systems issues. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, software systems, prototyping issues, high-level specification techniques, procedural and functional programming techniques, data-flow concepts, multiprocessing, real-time, distributed, concurrent, and telecommunications systems, software metrics, reliability models for software, performance issues, and management concerns. The journal publishes research papers, state-of-the-art surveys, and reports of practical experience. All articles should consider the practical application of the ideas advanced through case studies, experiments, or systematic comparisons with other approaches already in practice. Occasionally, special issues are devoted to topics of particular interest; proposals for such issues are invited.

Journal of Systems Management (JSM)
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Ceased 1996 according to Ulrich's.

Systems Research and Behavioral Science (SRBS)
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Systems Research and Behavioral Science publishes original articles on new theories, experimental research, and applications relating to all levels of living and non-living systems. Its scope is comprehensive, dealing with systems approaches to: the redesign of organisational and societal structures; the management of administrative and business processes; problems of change management; the implementation of procedures to increase the quality of work and life; the resolution of clashes of norms and values; social cognitive processes; modelling; the introduction of new scientific results, etc. The editors especially want manuscripts of a theoretical or empirical nature which have broad interdisciplinary implications not found in a journal devoted to a single discipline.

International Journal of Systems Science (IJSS)
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Modern systems are becoming more and more complex and sophisticated in their demand for performance, reliability and increasing authonomy. Historically, highly analytic and numeric based methods have sufficed, frequently simplifying the problem to allow analytical tractability. Many manufactured and natural systems (biological, ecological and socio-economic) cannot be adequately represented quantitively alone; qualitations and heuristics, linguistics etc, knowledge is frequently required within a common information-processing framework. A wide range of new theories, methodologies and techniques is required to 'enable' such systems, and thus engineering and integration to deal with these demands. The primary aim of IJSS is to become world leader in the exciting and demanding field of intelligent systems engineering and its applications.

Journal of Systems Science and Systems Engineering (JSSSE)
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Journal of Systems Science and Systems Engineering is an international journal published quarterly. It aims to foster new thinking and research, to help the decision makers to understand the mechanism and complexity of economic, engineering, management, social and technological systems, learn the new developments in the theory and practice to improve the performance of systems. The Journal publishes papers that are addressed to the theory, methodology and applications relating to systems science and systems engineering.

Systems, Signs and Actions (SSA)
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The journal is defined by a particular perspective:

  1. action, communication, representation, and interpretation mediated by
  2. information technology in
  3. work organizations

The emphasis may be on any of the three components, as long as the others are treated as important parts of the context. For example, technical papers are welcome as long as technology is viewed as media for action and communication. The journal aims at combined theoretical and empirical developments. Theoretical/conceptual papers should contain some practical or empirical illustrations. Papers with emphasis on empirical research must contain theoretical arguments.


Team Performance Management (TPM)
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This international journal contributes to the successful implementation and development of work teams and team-based organizations by providing a forum for sharing experience and learning to stimulate thought and transfer of ideas. It seeks to bridge the gap between research and practice by publishing articles where the claims are evidence-based and the conclusions have practical value. Effective teams form the heart of every successful organization. But team management is one of the hardest challenges faced by managers.

  • Find out how to use teams to achieve your objectives.
  • Obtain constructive guidance on improving team performance.
  • Keep pace with the latest research findings relating to work teams.
  • Examine a whole host of issues arising from the shift to team-based working in organizations, including changes in performance measurement, the information system, rewards and compensation, etc.
  • Discover from case studies the secrets of successful team building and development.
  • Gain advice on the best ways to deal with problem areas or overcome common pitfalls.

Technological Forecasting and Social Change (TFSC)
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A major forum for those wishing to deal directly with the methodology and practice of technological forecasting and future studies as planning tools as they interrelate social, environmental and technological factors.

Technology and Culture (TC)
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Technology and Culture, the preeminent journal of the history of technology, draws on scholarship in diverse disciplines to publish insightful pieces intended for general readers as well as specialists. Subscribers include scientists, engineers, anthropologists, sociologists, economists, museum curators, archivists, scholars, librarians, educators, historians, and many others. In addition to scholarly essays, each issue features 30-40 book reviews and reviews of new museum exhibitions. To illuminate important debates and draw attention to specific topics, the journal occasionally publishes thematic issues. The official journal of the Society for the History of Technology (SHOT).

International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction (IJTHI)
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An increasing amount of research is being done in the area where technology and humans meet. The success or failure of technologies, the question whether technology helps humans to fulfill their goals or whether it hinders them is in most cases not a technical one. Even though this problem has been recognized in many academic disciplines that deal with technology, we are still far from being able to present a set of theories that would allow us to understand the interaction of technology and humans and to put it to practical use. The International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction (IJTHI) aims to provide a platform for leading research that addresses issues of human and technology interaction.

International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care (IJTAHC)
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The International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care serves as a forum for the wide range of health policy makers and professionals interested in the economic, social, ethical, medical and public health implications of health technology. It covers the development, evaluation, diffusion and use of health technology, as well as its impact on the organization and management of health care systems and public health. In addition to general essays and research reports, regular columns on technology assessment reports and thematic sections are published.

Journal of Technology in Human Services (JTHS)
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This peer-reviewed, refereed journal explores the potentials of computer and telecommunications technologies in mental health, developmental disability, welfare, addictions, education, and other human services. The Journal of Technology in Human Services covers the full range of technological applications, including direct service techniques. It not only provides the necessary historical perspectives on the use of computers in the human service field, but it also presents articles that will improve your computer literacy and keep you abreast of state-of-the-art developments. The Journal of Technology in Human Services focuses on:

  • therapeutic applications such as interviewing and assessment tools, treatment planners, case managers, direct client interventions, and virtual helping communities
  • organizational applications such as information systems, decision support systems and building organizational intelligence
  • software theory, design, and development, including the life cycle of technology applications
  • application development, including needs and capacities analysis, design, implementation, evaluation, and enhancement issues
  • the impact of technology on human service clients, direct service practitioners, manager, and policy makers
  • current developments in hardware that have implications for human services, e.g., smart cell phones and robotics for people with disabilities
  • education, training, multimedia, and Internet-based distance learning
  • technology issues facing the human services professions, such as confidentiality, data sharing, and job displacement

Technology in Society (TechSoc)
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Technology in Society is an international journal devoted to a range of interdisciplinary fields most simply identified by the terms: technology assessment, science, technology and society; management of technology; technology and policy; the economics of technology; technology transfer, appropriate technology and economic development; ethical and value implications of science and technology; science and public policy; and technology forecasting. A focus common to all these fields is the role of technology in society - its economics, political and cultural dynamics; the social forces that shape technological decisions and the choices that are open to society with respect to the uses of technology.

Journal of Technology Law and Policy (JTLP)
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The Journal of Technology Law & Policy is a scholarly legal journal, published twice per year, devoted to the discussion of relevant technology issues, including patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, antitrust, information privacy, and computer law. The Journal is one of four co-curricular journals produced at the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law. Today, the Journal operates as one of less than a dozen national technology law journals that offer both hardbound and online print. International in both focus and readership, the hardbound version of the Journal is subscribed to throughout the United States by public and private law libraries, and by leading institutions in Europe, Israel, and South America. In addition, the online version of the Journal is read and hyperlinked by universities and institutions in Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America.

Journal of Technology Management and Innovation (JOTMI)
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Journal of Technology Management & Innovation (JOTMI) is a quarterly online, international, peer-reviewed journal. The objectives of JOTMI are to develop, promote and coordinate the science and practice of Technology Management & Innovation. In particular, the journal will focus on the managerial issues and challenges (and ways to address them) brought about by the protagonism of the global technological advancement. This international dimension is to accentuate in order to promote greater exchange between researchers of different cultural and national backgrounds, thus contributing and enriching our knowledge in the fields of Technology Management & Innovation, with particular emphasis in the transformation of knowledge and technologies into useful products and services in biotechnological industries, as a key driver of economic growth. JOTMI publishes original papers, review papers, technical reports, case studies, conference reports, management reports, book reviews, notes, commentaries, and news. Special Issues devoted to important topics in technology management will occasionally be published. Coverage includes the following areas of technology management and how they impact upon the areas of marketing, human resources, accounting and finance and the supply chain:

  • Government innovation policy, and regulation for innovation.
  • Process and product innovation and diffusion.
  • Technology strategy, collaboration and competition.
  • Managing and commercializing intellectual property.
  • Technology transfer, and innovation support organizations.
  • Research in management and commercialization.
  • Cross-cultural management and innovation.
  • Team building and team management.
  • Managing creativity and creative teams.
  • Managing virtual teams and environments for innovation.
  • Managing organizational learning, knowledge and technological change.

International Journal of Technology Management and Sustainable Development (IJTMSD)
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The International Journal of Technology Management & Sustainable Development (IJTMSD) is a refereed multidisciplinary journal dedicated to publishing high quality, original and research-based papers addressing policy issues arising from the relationship between technology and development. In its aim to respond to the growing awareness of the need to understand sustainable development in terms of its underlying dynamics, IJTMSD draws on a whole niche area of issues in the relationship between emerging knowledge markets, technological management and sustainable development, and seeks to promote discussion of these in the context of globalisation trends, environmental sustainability and the challenge of world poverty. The main objectives of the journal are:

  • To provide expert and interdisciplinary insight into the technology dimension of international development.
  • To advance contemporary knowledge about the empirical and theoretical aspects of technology management and sustainable development.
  • To provide robust analyses of the problems and prospects developing countries face in their capacity building efforts to harness resources for sustainable use and achieve the overarching goals of poverty reduction and sustainable development.
  • To look into strategies for technological capability development and assess their the impact on the economy, the society and the environment, in the light of contemporary experience.
  • To offer academics, policy-makers and planners, international development agencies and representatives of business and industry and non-governmental organisations a multi-disciplinary forum for debating and exploring contemporary issues in resource management and development.

International Journal of Technology Marketing (IJTMkt)
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The coverage of IJTMkt includes, but is not limited to, the following subjects:

  • Strategies, practices and toolkits for technology marketing
  • Technology marketing management
  • Technology marketing in action

Journal of Technology Transfer (JTT)
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The Journal of Technology Transfer, the Official Journal of the Technology Transfer Society, provides an international forum for the exchange of ideas that enhance and build an understanding of the practice of technology transfer. In particular, it emphasizes research on management practices and strategies for technology transfer. Moreover, the journal explores the external environment that affects these practices and strategies, including public policy developments, regulatory and legal issues, and global trends. Readers will find a broad range of papers, ranging from case studies to comparative analyses.

Journal of Technology, Learning and Assessment (JTLA)
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Ceased 2010.


Technology, Pedagogy and Education (TPE)
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Technology, Pedagogy and Education seeks to serve the international education community by supporting educators in the integration of information and communications technology in teaching and learning. It focuses on research evidence and critical analysis on all aspects of ICT and its relation to teacher education and professional development in all phases of education. The journal especially seeks to publish articles concerned with:

  • ICT practice and innovation in education - schools, teacher education, higher education and informal settings;
  • the theory and practice of ICT in education;
  • evaluation of the impact of ICT on teaching and learning;
  • cultural aspects of ICT in education;
  • student teachers working with ICT in formal and informal settings;
  • studies of pupils working with ICT;
  • links between schools, training institutions and the wider community.

Technovation (Technovation)
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The journal encompasses all facets of the process of technological innovation from conceptualization of a new technology-based product or process through commercial utilization. Topics include technological trends and breakthroughs which will support innovation, availability of capital for new product development and introduction, displacement of existing products, management of entrepreneurial ventures, management of innovation in medium-sized and large organizations, organizational structures intended to facilitate innovation, investment strategies related to new science- or technology-based enterprises, the innovator as an individual and as a personality type, and technology transfer to developing nations. Case studies which illustrate how innovation occurs from business and technical standpoints are also included, together with reviews and analyses of governmental and industrial policy which inhibit or stimulate technological innovation.

Telecommunication Systems (TS)
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Telecommunication Systems’ high quality articles examine the use of analytic and quantitative tools for the modeling, analysis, design, and management of telecommunication systems. Periodic special issues are devoted to a single topic. A sampling of topics covered in the journal includes performance evaluation of wide area and local networks; fiber optics and photonic switching; DSL, ADSL, cable TV and their impact; distributed group decision support systems; cost benefit analysis and economic impact of telecommunication systems; standardization and regulatory issues; and cellular, mobile, and satellite-based systems.

Telematics and Informatics (TI)
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Telematics and Informatics is an interdisciplinary journal examining the social, economic and cultural impacts of new technologies. The journal publishes research and review articles covering the impact of new technology application, and of the manufacture and advertising of such technologies. In addition, legal and political issues involved in the introduction and use of new technologies are examined. Current technologies of interest include - but are not limited to - e-commerce, the WWW, email, mobile and wireless communications, community networks/teleworking and information appliances. In addition to full Research Papers, the journal publishes Topic Discussion papers, and Ongoing Research papers, dealing with work in progress, and book Reviews

Telemedicine and E-Health (TEH)
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A peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects of clinical telemedicine practice, technical advances, enabling technologies, education, health policy and regulation and biomedical and health services research dealing with clinical effectiveness, efficacy and safety of telemedicine and its effects on quality, cost and accessibility of care. The official journal of the American Telemedicine Association.

Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare (JTT)
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Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare provides excellent coverage of developments in telemedicine and e-health and is now widely recognised as the leading journal in its field. Contributions from around the world provide a unique perspective on how different countries and health systems are using new technology in health care. Sections within the journal include technology updates, editorials, original articles, research tutorials, educational material, review articles and reports from various telemedicine organisations.

Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research (JTAER)
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The Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research provides international coverage of advances in the application of computer hardware, software and electronic instrumentation and control systems to agriculture, forestry and related industries. The Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research (JTAER) has been created to allow researchers, academicians and other professionals an agile and flexible channel of communication to share and debate new ideas and technologies concerning this rapidly evolving field. Business practices, social, cultural and legal concerns, personal privacy and security, communications technologies, mobile connectivity are among the important elements of electronic commerce and are becoming ever more relevant in everyday life. JTAER will assist in extending and improving the use of electronic commerce for the benefit of our society.

Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology (JTAIT)
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Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology (JATIT) is a peer-reviewed electronic research journal with a laser-beam focal aim of promoting and publishing original high quality research dealing with theoretical and scientific aspects in all disciplines of Information Technology. It is a bi-annually online international scientific research journal focusing on issues in information technology research.

electronic International Journal of Time Use Research (eIJTUR)
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Time is the encompassing dimension and resource of the activities of individual living. The objective of time use research is to provide a theoretical and empirical base to describe and explain individual time use and to analyse economic and social policies. Such research addresses, from a socio-economic perspective, individual uses of time and their interdependency. eIJTUR is a refereed international journal for the publication of quality research that makes an original contribution to the advancement of time-use knowledge. The internet based platform for eIJTUR signals its dedication to the rapid dissemination time-use research eIJTUR will present theoretical, substantive and methodological material. Theoretically it will explore the forces shaping individual and societal time-use. Substantively it will examine issues in the labour market (including new forms of work arrangements), personal, household, family, educational and leisure activities, and the context in which they occur. Contextual dimensions of interest might include studies of the occurrence of multiple simultaneous activities, the location of activities, co-presence, as well as subjective dimensions such as enjoyment, tension and choice. Material across a wide range of disciplines and approaches will be sought and presented, Methodologically the journal will seek and present research on issues relating to time-use data collection, via time use diaries, stylized questionnaires or other approaches and to time-use analysis and presentation.

Total Quality Management (TQM)
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Renamed Total Quality Management and Business Excellence

Total Quality Management and Business Excellence (TQMBE)
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Total Quality Management and Business Excellence is an international journal which sets out to stimulate thought and research in all aspects of total quality management and to provide a natural forum for discussion and dissemination of research results. The journal is designed to encourage interest in all matters relating to total quality management and is intended to appeal to both the academic and professional community working in this area. Total Quality Management and Business Excellence is the culture of an organization committed to customer satisfaction through continuous improvement. This culture varies both from one country to another and between different industries, but has certain essential principles which can be implemented to secure greater market share, increased profits and reduced costs. The journal provides up-to-date research, consultancy work and case studies right across the whole field including quality culture, quality strategy, quality systems, tools and techniques of total quality management and the implementation in both the manufacturing and service sectors. No topics relating to total quality management are excluded from consideration in order to develop business excellence.

Transactions in GIS (TGIS)
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Transactions in GIS is an international journal which provides a forum for high quality, original research articles, review articles, short notes and book reviews that focus on:

  • practical and theoretical issues influencing the development of GIS
  • the collection, analysis, modelling, interpretation and display of spatial data within GIS
  • the connections between GIS and related technologies
  • new GIS applications which help to solve problems affecting the natural or built environments, or business

Transactions on Data Privacy (TDP)
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The aim of the Transactions on Data Privacy (TDP) is to provide an international forum for researchers on all topics related to data privacy technologies. The journal will publish original and high quality papers. TDP welcomes archival research papers, comprehensive reviews, authoritative tutorials, short notes and comprehensive book reviews. All papers will be peer-reviewed. The journal will accept submissions from multiple disciplines related to the various aspects of data privacy (e.g. data mining, statistics, cryptography, database technology, data communication, etc.). Regarding the application papers, contributions to solving privacy problems in the main application areas (e.g. official statistics, electronic commerce and Internet, healthcare, telecommunications, etc.) are welcome. Papers can be theoretical or applied.

Transforming Government : People, Process and Policy (TGPPP)
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Transforming Government publishes leading scholarly and practitioner research on the subject of transforming Government through its people, processes and policy. Unique and progressive in its approach, the journal seeks to recognise both the multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives of eGovernment, and welcomes both pure and applied research that impacts central and local Government. International perspectives are also welcome. The journal is also interested in exploring how research carried out in the private sector can be applied to the public sector as a means of improving efficiency and effectiveness. Coverage is international and focused on original research in eGovernment ICT, service chain issues, public sector management, policy implications of developing an eGovernment environment, and organisational and human resource issues. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Electronic Government Applications: Government to citizen; Government to business; Government to Government; and Government to employees
  • Process management and integration
  • Governance and electronic democracy
  • Benefits, barriers and risks of electronic government
  • Information Policy
  • Electronic Information Security Management
  • Information Privacy
  • Information Access
  • Information Systems
  • Internal Government Processes and Intranets
  • Technology Adoption and Diffusion
  • Service Chain Management

Journal of Transportation Systems Engineering and Information Technology (JTSEIT)
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The Journal of Transportation Systems Engineering and Information Technology, originated in 2001, is sponsored by the Systems Engineering Society of China and published bimonthly by Science Press in Beijing, China. As an academic periodical in transportation and systems engineering, the Journal aims to offer a platform for high-quality, scholarly explorations and discussions among researchers, decision-makers and administrators around the worldwide professionals related to transportation. It especially welcomes the papers to discuss the traffic characteristics and different solutions between developed and developing countries. Since 2004, the Journal has been titled, after peer reviewing, to be the Kernel Journal by the Ministry of Science and Technology of China. Scope of the Journal includes decision-making and policy analysis in transport systems, planning, design and construction of integrated transport systems, intelligent transportation systems and information technology, applications of systems engineering theory and methodology in transportation, and case studies of transport modeling & simulation technologies. Sponsored by Systems Engineering Society of China (SESC) Hosted by Transportation Systems Engineering Committee of SESC.

Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education (TOJDE)
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The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education (TOJDE) is a peer-reviewed quarterly e-journal. International in scope, this scholarly e-journal publishes refereed articles focusing on the issues and challenges of providing theory, research and information services to global learners in any kind of distance education or open learning applications. TOJDE will particularly strive to meet the continuing education needs of practitioners and educators by providing a forum for the discussion of extended learning strategies, policies and practices, and trends in information technology as they impact the delivery of student support services for distance learners and faculties. Articles may be theoretical, philosophical and/or quantitative analyses of distance education/open learning and teaching issues, and may take the form of case studies, research studies or general interest reports. Sample topics include the role or history of distance education, standards for such services, organization or planning of new services, for distance learners, etc.

Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology (TOJET)
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TOJET is a quarterly journal (January, April, July and October). This online periodical is devoted to the issues and applications of educational technology to enhance learning and teaching. Reviewed by leaders in the field, this publication is designed to provide a multi-disciplinary forum to present and discuss all aspects of educational technology in all learning environments. TOJET provides an educational technology forum and focal point for readers to share and exchange their experiences and knowledge each other to create better research experiences on educational technology. The main purpose of this sharing and exchange should result in the growth of ideas and practical solutions that can contribute toward the improvement of education and learning through educational technology.

Universal Access in the Information Society (UAIS)
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This journal addresses the accessibility, usability, and, ultimately, acceptability of Information Society Technologies by anyone, anywhere, at anytime, and through any media and device. Universal Access in the Information Society (UAIS) focuses on theoretical, methodological, and empirical research, of both a technological and non-technological nature, that addresses equitable access and active participation of potentially all citizens in the information society. It features papers that report on theories, methods, tools, empirical results, reviews, case studies, and best-practice examples. The Journal's primary objectives are to:

  • provide an archival publication channel for the discussion and advancement of theoretical and practical aspects of universal access in the information society
  • facilitate the rapid and wide diffusion of scientific and technological results that promote universal access in the information society
  • stimulate cross-fertilization between the different contributing disciplines.

Journal of Universal Computer Science (J.UCS)
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J.UCS - The Journal of Universal Computer Science - is a high-quality electronic publication that deals with all aspects of computer science. J.UCS has been appearing monthly since 1995 and is thus one of the oldest electronic journals with uninterrupted publication since its foundation. J.UCS is a joint publication of the Know-Center, Graz, Austria, in cooperation with the IICM, Graz University of Technology, Austria, Joanneum Research, Austria and Springer Pub. Co. Papers submitted to J.UCS are refereed by members of the editorial board. This board contains some of the most renowned specialists in their areas of expertise. In this way, both the high standard of the published papers as well as a broad spectrum of publications is guaranteed.

User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction (UMUAI)
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This journal provides an interdisciplinary forum for the dissemination of new research results on all aspects of user modeling and user-adapted interaction. User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction publishes high quality original papers contributing to these fields, including the following areas: acquisition of user and student models; conceptual models, mental models; levels of user expertise; intelligent information retrieval; adaptive hypertext and hypermedia; adaptation to the handicapped and elderly; user stereotypes; formal representation of user and student models; applications in office machines and consumer electronics; and privacy and security of information for personalization.

VINE: The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems (VINE)
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VINE: The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems publishes material on all aspects of information services, knowledge management, and library systems. VINE offers both in depth studies of practical applications and current awareness of latest trends in technology, along with standards relevant to information professionals. The journal aims to be a source of reference, perspective and inspiration for busy practitioners, providing perspectives from across the information and knowledge sectors. The journal recognizes the reality and need of organizations, both governmental and private, to operate in a highly interdependent world, where collaboration and knowledge/information are the predominant assets for getting things done; and, in many cases, critical for achieving competitive advantage. The role of information technology is both systemic and preeminent in this era. There is a need for convergence, under a framework, to address the many issues and opportunities that go along with these realities. VINE is a catalyst for this integration, by attracting, and networking with, the best and brightest scholars and practitioners from around the world.

International Journal of Virtual Communities and Social Networking (IJVCSN)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-23]
Virtual communities and social networking are changing our social and work environments. The International Journal of Virtual Communities and Social Networking provides a forum for researchers, practitioners, and users to study and discuss technical, social and legal issues in this fast changing environment. IJVCSN strives to be an inter-disciplinary journal that draws upon research from different fields such as information systems, computer science, sociology, and psychology.

VLDB Journal (VLDBJ)
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Published on behalf of the VLDB Endowment, this journal contains scholarly contributions that examine information system architectures, the impact of technological advancements on information systems, and the development of novel database applications. The VLDB Journal also publishes a number of special issues in addition to the regular ones. One issue of each volume (usually the third) is devoted to selected papers from the previous year's VLDB Conference. Other special issues focus on information that the Editors and the Editorial Board determine to be of importance to the database community, including:

  • Privacy-Preserving Data Management
  • Integration of databases and information retrieval
  • Data Management, Analysis and Mining for the Life Sciences
  • Data Stream Processing
  • XML Data Management
  • E-Services
  • Databases and the Web
  • Multimedia Databases.

International Journal of Web Information Systems (IJWIS)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-09-02]
While IJWIS covers a broad range of topics, we are soliciting papers that provide a perspective on all aspects of the Web information systems: Web semantics and web dynamics, Web mining and searching, Web databases and web data integration, Web-based commerce and e-business, Web collaboration and distributed computing, Internet computing and networks, Performance of web applications, and Web multimedia services and web-based education. Topics of particular interest for this issue are, but not limited to, the list below:

  • Metadata and ontologies
  • Web semantics architectures, applications and standards
  • Language and representation issues of web semantics
  • Migrating existing information
  • Web mining
  • Web search and information extraction
  • Web structure/linkage mining
  • Applications of web mining and searching
  • Web databases
  • Managing and storing XML data
  • Generation of XML data from legacy applications
  • Indexing and retrieval of XML data
  • Web data integration
  • Web schema management
  • Web media
  • Web design metrics
  • Web-based metacomputing
  • Communities on the web
  • Formal reasoning about web dynamics
  • Web-commerce and E-business
  • E-Business models and architectures
  • Agent technology for E-Commerce
  • E-Business application case studies
  • Workflow architectures in support of collaboration process
  • Establishment and coordination of virtual enterprises
  • Emerging interoperability standards
  • Internet quality of service
  • Internet traffic engineering
  • Mobile computing for the Internet
  • Performance of web applications
  • Web-based education
  • Advanced web applications

Web Intelligence and Agent Systems: An International Journal (WIAS)
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Web Intelligence and Agent Systems: An International Journal (WIAS) is an official journal of Web Intelligence Consortium (WIC) an international organization dedicated to promoting collaborative scientific research and industrial development in the era of Web and agent intelligence. WIAS seeks to collaborate with major societies and international conferences in the fields. Presently, it has established a tie with the IEEE/WIC International Conference on Web Intelligence and the IEEE/WIC International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology. WIAS aims to achieve a disciplinary balance between Web technology and intelligent agent technology. It is committed to deepening the understanding of computational, logical, cognitive, physical, and social foundations as well as the enabling technologies for developing and applying Web-based intelligence and autonomous agents systems. The journal features high-quality, original research papers (including state-of-the-art reviews), brief papers, and letters in all theoretical and technology areas that make up the field of WIAS. The papers should clearly focus on some of the following areas of interest:

  • Agent infrastructure and architecture
  • Agent self-organization, learning, and adaptation
  • Agent-based knowledge discovery
  • Agent-mediated markets
  • Autonomy-oriented or autonomic computing
  • Cooperative problem solving
  • Distributed intelligence and emergent behavior
  • Emerging agent-based, Web-based systems and computing paradigms
  • Evaluation and standards for agent-based Web intelligence technologies
  • Information ecology
  • Knowledge Grid and Grid intelligence
  • Knowledge management, networks, and communities
  • Mediators and middleware
  • Ontology engineering
  • Personalization techniques
  • Security issues in Web and agent systems
  • Semantic Web, Web services and interoperability
  • Ubiquitous computing and social intelligence
  • Web information filtering and retrieval
  • Web mining and farming
  • Wisdom Web

International Journal of Web Portals (IJWP)
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Web portal software has emerged as one of the most important components in the enterprise integration efforts and service oriented architectures. The International Journal of Web Portals is a high-quality refereed journal on a new generation of portal software and engineering practices. The journal serves as means for researchers, developers, and industry practitioners to publish their research and practical experiences with portal applications. The journal will also facilitate communication and networking among portal, web services, SOA researchers and engineers in a period where new developments are taking place in portal technologies, and stimulate production of high-quality portal architectures and solutions.

Journal of Web Semantics (JWS)
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The Journal of Web Semantics is an interdisciplinary journal based on research and applications of various subject areas that contribute to the development of a knowledge-intensive and intelligent service Web. These areas include:

  • knowledge technologies,
  • ontology, agents,
  • databases and the semantic grid.

Obviously disciplines like information retrieval, language technology, human-computer interaction and knowledge discovery are of major relevance as well. All aspects of the Semantic Web development are covered. The publication of large-scale experiments and their analysis is also encouraged to clearly illustrate scenarios and methods that introduce semantics into existing Web interfaces, contents and services. The journal emphasizes the publication of papers that combine theories, methods and experiments from different subject areas in order to deliver innovative semantic methods and applications. The Journal of Web Semantics includes, but is not limited to, the following major technology areas:

  • The Semantic Web
  • Knowledge Technologies
  • Ontology
  • Agents
  • Databases
  • Semantic Grid and Peer-to-Peer Technology
  • Information Retrieval
  • Language Technology
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Knowledge Discovery
  • Web Standards

International Journal of Web Services Research (IJWSR)
|Subscription required |DEST Approved|On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-07]
Web services are network-based application components with services-oriented architecture using standard interface description languages and uniform communication protocols. Due to the importance of the field, standardization organizations such as WS-I, W3C, OASIS and Liberty Alliance are actively developing standards for Web services. The International Journal of Web Services Research (JWSR) is the first refereed, international publication featuring only the latest research findings and industry solutions dealing with all aspects of Web services technology. The overall scope of this journal will cover the advancements in the state of the art, standards, and practice of Web services, as well as to identify the emerging research topics and define the future of Services computing, including Web services on Grid computing, Web services on multimedia, Web services on communication, etc. In conclusions, the JWSR provides an open, formal publication for high quality articles developed by theoreticians, educators, developers, researchers and practitioners for professionals to stay abreast of challenges in Web services technology.

International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies (IJWLTT)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-13]
The proliferation of web-based technologies during the last decade may have given the impression of wide-spread changes in educational practices. In fact, we have only begun to scratch the surface of experiencing the vast impact these technologies could have on education. Viewed separately, web-based technologies offer exciting possibilities for expanding the capacity to provide access to instruction and knowledge world-wide. However, and perhaps more importantly, viewing these technological advancements in a more dynamic context, forces educators and researchers to rethink the fundamental processes of teaching and learning . It?s not just a simple matter of using a technical tool to supply time and place ubiquity but to accept the challenge of understanding the implications for the entire educational spectrum. Web-based teaching and learning begs the question of what exactly these technologies means for learners, teachers, program designers, academic experts, technical and administrative staff, institutional decision makers, training managers, publishers, and others. Although a considerable amount of exploration has been conducted regarding web-based learning technologies, the breadth and scope for dialogue and experimentation needs to be broadened. International Journal of Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies provides a place for the dialogue and support of a diverse community interested in taking the challenge further.

Webology (Webology)
|Articles available|Not DEST Approved |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs|Not ranked by ACPHIS| [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
Webology is a scholarly journal in English devoted to the various fields of Library and Information Science and serves as a forum for discussion and experimentation. It serves as a forum for new research in information dissemination and communication processes in general, and in the context of the World Wide Web in particular. Concerns include the production, gathering, recording, processing, storing, representing, sharing, transmitting, retrieving, distribution, and dissemination of information, as well as its social and cultural impacts. There is a strong emphasis on the Web and new information technologies. Special topic issues are also often seen.

Journal of Website Promotion (JWP)
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Ceased in 2009.

Wirtschaftsinformatik (Wirtschaftsinformatik)
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BISE (Business & Information Systems Engineering) is the English language successor of the journal WIRTSCHAFTSINFORMATIK, which has been the flagship journal of the German-language Information Systems community for more than 50 years. It is now one of the leading European journals in the field. Please see the entry on BISE on this Index.


World Wide Web: Internet and Web Information Systems (WWW)
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On ISI database|Refereed according to Ulrichs| ACPHIS Rank 'C' | [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-14]
World Wide Web: Internet and Web Information Systems (WWW) is an international, archival, peer-reviewed journal that covers all aspects of the Web, including issues related to architectures, applications, Internet and Web information systems, and communities. It provides in-depth coverage of the most recent developments in the Web, enabling readers to keep up-to-date with this dynamically changing technology. The journal also focuses on all database- and information-system topics that relate to the Internet and the Web, particularly on ways to model, design, develop, integrate, and manage these systems. Appearing quarterly, the journal publishes papers describing original ideas and new results, vision papers, reviews of important techniques in related areas, innovative application papers, and progress reports on major research projects. It offers the ideal forum for researchers, professionals, and industrial practitioners to share their rapidly developing knowledge and report on new advances.

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