The following guidelines will enable you to properly prepare your accepted manuscript for publication in the Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE).
The text of the journal is English. Your manuscript must not contain corrections, comments, page numbers, headers, or footers. Final manuscript submissions must include references, figures, tables, appendices, etc., as well as pictures and short biographies of the author(s). The manuscript should be printable on 8.5" x 11" paper. Remove all HTML and XML formatting. Your final manuscript submission must be a Word document - do not send a PDF.
First Level Subheadings are to be numbered, left justified, bold font, and Title Case. No blank line is to appear between the sub-heading and the text. Do NOT indent the paragraph immediately following the subheadings, but DO indent all subsequent paragraphs by 0.2".
Sub-subheadings are to be in bold font, numbered, and run in at the beginning of the paragraph.Figures and Tables
Following the References, include a picture and biographies for all authors under a section titled "AUTHOR BIOGRAPHIES" with no section number. The picture should be approximately 1.25" wide by 1.5" tall. The author's name should be in bold font.
Any appendices are included on the page following the author biographies. They should be clearly labeled (e.g., Appendix 1) and titled. Appendices should appear in a single column width with "APPENDICES" as the section title.References
List all references at the end of the paper in alphabetical order by primary author last name. No blank lines should appear between references. Utilize the hanging indent format with 0.13" indent. Following are four examples:
Cappel, J. J. & Schwager, P. H. (2002). Writing IS Teaching Cases: Guidelines for JISE Submission. Journal of Information Systems Education, 13(4), 287-294.
Lending, D. & Vician, C. (2012). Writing IS Teaching Tips: Guidelines for JISE Submission. Journal of Information Systems Education, 23(1), 11-18.
Schneider, D. (2011). An Introduction to Programming using Visual Basic 2010. (8 ed.). Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall.
Initial Submission Instructions (2017). Retrieved November 2, 2017, from http://jise.org/initial.html.
Any questions should be addressed to the Editor at email@example.com.
The abstract should summarize the content of the manuscript. The abstract should ideally not exceed 250 words and should not include equations or references. If you use abbreviations or acronyms in the paper, e.g., CIS, use the full meaning of the abbreviation/acronym in the abstract, e.g., Computer Information Systems.
The AuthorGuide Word document contains a template for publication formatting based on the rules and guidelines on this page.
When you submit your final, formatted manuscript to JISE, you are attesting that the manuscript is original and that exclusive copyright of the material in the manuscript is held by the manuscript's author(s). You are further attesting that you transfer this exclusive copyright of the material in the manuscript to Information Systems and Computing Academic Professionals (ISCAP) through the publication Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE).
All authors are strongly encouraged to have their manuscripts professionally edited by a copy editing service. A copy editor will check the manuscript for grammar, spelling, syntax, and punctuation; consistent use of terminology throughout the manuscript; proper use of the English language; and overall layout. Sometimes referred to as proofreaders, copy editors often charge by the manuscript length or the requested turnaround time in combination with the specific services provided.
The following list contains links to professional copy editors and proofreading services you may find useful as you prepare your manuscript, though this list is by no means exhaustive and this list does not imply any connection to or sanctioning by JISE: