Information Systems Journals

Titles starting with "R"

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


RECIIS - Electronic Journal of Communication, Information & Innovation in Health (RECIIS) [Entry Reviewed: 2014-08-13]
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Not found in 2014


Records Management Journal (RMJ) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-16]
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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) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-05]
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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) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-08-03]
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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) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-12]
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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) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-12]
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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


Research Letters in the Information and Mathematical Sciences (RLIMS) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-07]
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Not present as at 2013


Journal of Research on Computing Education (JRCE) [Entry Reviewed: 2010-02-01]
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Renamed See Journal of Research on Technology in Education


Journal of Research on Technology in Education (JRTE) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-03]
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ISTE's Journal of Research on Technology in Education (JRTE) features blind, peer-reviewed 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 instructional uses of educational technology. International in scope and thorough in its coverage, JRTE defines the state of the art and future horizons of learning and teaching with technology in educational environments. JRTE is published quarterly.


Journal of Research Practice (JRP) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-08]
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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) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-08-03]
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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) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-12]
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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.


International Journal of Reviews in Computing (IJRC) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-17]
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Nothing published since 2014

The aim of International Journal of Reviews in Computing is to establish a ground to publishing specialized reviews in computing on real-time basis. We aim to minimize the publishing time in order to avoid delays and long queues for publishing materials. The focus of this journal is on the field of reviews done in computing and in doing so promoting and exchanging of information and knowledge in research work done in the filed of computing as a general, to explore the developments and inventions related to the use of computing towards the structuring of an information society, and to assist the academic staff from local and foreign institutions on publishing research results and studies through this scholarly publication. Published papers will range form bibliographic studies to crucial literature reviews in all field s of Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Systems, Communication Systems, Hardware Engineering and Telecommunications that are designed, implemented, and used to theoretical papers concerning formal specification, verification, and synthesis of various computing paradigms. Unpublished papers and extended versions of papers presented at conferences may be submitted for possible publication in the journal. Technical papers, white papers and experience reports are also welcome for evaluation in International Journal of Reviews in Computing. We also encourage studies done in hybrid fields i.e. merger of computing with other areas of sciences and technology like Bio Informatics, Agri Informatics, Cognitive and Social Computing etc. All technical or research papers and research results submitted to IJRIC should be original in nature, never previously published in any journal or undergoing such process across the globe.


Revista Brasileira de Informática na Educação (RBIE) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-18]
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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 EducaOnline (REO) [Entry Reviewed: 2013-08-21]
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The Educaonline Journal features articles about research in progress or completed involving Education in the Context of New Technologies, which includes Educommunication, Online Education, Flexible Learning, Virtual Learning Environments, Learning Objects, Online Learning Communities, Virtual Reality Applied to education, Instructional Design, Hypertext, Hypermedia, Multimedia, Animation and Educational Games.


Revista Ibérica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informação (RISTI) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-17]
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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) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-08-03]
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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) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-15]
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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.


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