The Journal of Systems and Information Technology provides an avenue for scholarly work that takes a systemic or holistic perspective in relation to areas such as:
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.
Includes, but is not limited to:
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