Communications of the Association for Information Systems

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Communications of the Association for Information Systems

http://aisel.aisnet.org/cais/

The Association for Information Systems (AIS) began publishing two
electronic journals in 1999 - Communications of the Association for
Information Systems (CAIS) and Journal of the

Association for Information Systems (JAIS). These journals are
designed to be complementary and the first part of this statement of
editorial policy is common to both. In content, each will fulfill

the role usually associated with the terms "communications" and
"journal". Communications is intended to foster the free flow of ideas
within the IS community; its emphasis is on originality,

importance, and cogency of ideas; it is also a vehicle for case
studies, survey articles, tutorials, and other materials of general
interest to the IS community. The Journal will be a classical,

reviewed outlet for research with every intention of being equal to
the best in the field.

Articles should be submitted to one of the journals in accordance with
its content and the way the authors wish to have the submission
processed. In case of doubt as to which journal is most

appropriate for a particular article, it may be submitted to either
and the editors will decide which one is most suitable.

The primary role of a professional society is to facilitate
communication among its members. Communications of the Association for
Information Systems carries out this role by publishing

articles on a wide range of subjects of interest to the membership
beyond research results.

Specifically, Communications of the Association for Information
Systems aims to provide an outlet for subjects falling outside the
focus of many research journals including:

tutorials on the state of the art

teaching cases

opinion columns

education and pedagogical scholarship

instrument development

research trends and analyses

panel reports from leading conferences

innovation and novel concepts

ISSN: 1529-3181

Contact: Matti Rossi

E-mail: cais@pki.nebraska.edu

Subject: Information Systems

Date Posted: 8th December, 2012

Original posting date: 
Monday, December 10, 2012
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