Association for Information Systems. Conference.

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From: kallan@sas.upenn.edu (Kallan D Resnick)
Subject: Association for Information Systems--conference
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 1995 01:00:21 -0500 (EST)

Association for Information Systems. Americas Conference on Information
Systems

http://hsb.baylor.edu/ramsower/acis/sessions.htm#briefings

AIS is an international organization that seeks to identify, extend,
unify, and communicate knowledge in information technology (IT), systems
(IS), and management (IM).

The specific purposes of AIS are to: create and maintain a professional
identity for IS educators, researchers and professionals, researchers,
and educators promote communications and interaction among members
provide a focal point for contact and relations with bodies in
government, the private sector, and in education that influence and/or
control the nature of information systems improve curricula,
pedagogy,and other aspects of IS education create a vision for the
future of the IS field and profession create and implement a modern,
technologically sophisticated professional society establish standards
of practice, ethics, and education where appropriate. include
professionals worldwide.

This site is not a regular journal, but rather an archive of valuable
data in the field of information systems.

Please send correspondence to Reagan_Ramsower@baylor.edu.

Original posting date: 
Tuesday, December 12, 1995
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