The Index of Information Systems Journals

The aim of this publication is to provide basic information about, and links to, either paper or electronic journal web sites, and more particularly, to provide links to their instructions to authors information.

At present the Index contains information on 862 IS journals, of which 735 are still active.

Journals are listed alphabetically by title, disregarding 'The', 'Journal of', 'The Journal of', 'The International Journal of' or 'The Electronic Journal of'.

The comments against each journal have been taken from the journal or its web site, and are not the opinion of the editor of this resource.

Any information, especially about new, moved or broken links, would be appreciated. Please email them to me at the address below.

The listings have information codes associated with them.

The Index of Information Systems Journals is also listed on the Timeline of MIS Institutions.

If you use this publication in your research, please cite it as:
Lamp, J. W. (2004). Index of Information Systems Journals. Geelong, Deakin University. [Online] Available: http://lamp.infosys.deakin.edu.au/journals/
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This website superceded:
Lamp, J. W. (1998). Index of Information Systems Journals. Geelong, Deakin University. [Online] Available: http://lamp.man.deakin.edu.au/journals/
Lamp, J. W. (1997). Index of Information Systems Journals. Hobart, University of Tasmania. [Online] Available: http://lamp.infosys.utas.edu.au/journals/
Lamp, J. W. (1995). Index of Information Systems Journals. Hobart, University of Tasmania. [Online] Available: http://lamp.cs.utas.edu.au/journals/


OPML info RSS Feeds from IS journals

Current version: 6.0 covering 546 feeds as at 2013-11-08.

Jukka S. Rannila of the University of Tampere in Finland has been collecting RSS feed information on IS journals. This is available in OPML format which can be imported into RSS clients. He also has an RSS feed to keep up to date with the latest versions of this file. Information on using the OPML data and keeping up to date is at his website.


Annual Survey

Thanks to all of you who participated in the survey last month. The survey is intended to collect some basic information which will help me improve the Index of Information Systems Journals. This survey is conducted annually for one month only, so if you missed it this year, it will be back next year.


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