Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)

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Staying Current with JISE

There are three ways by which you can remain current with new content published by the Journal of Information Systems Education:

  • The first is to regularly check the JISE website.
  • The second is to follow JISE on Facebook.
  • The third is to sign up for content updates based on your personal keyword preferences. When new issues are published, you will get an email listing the new articles that match your keyword preferences. The list is not an exhaustive list of all keywords, but rather a list of the more commonly used keywords. Once you submit your form, you're all set. If you wish to modify your preferences, you just need to fill out the form again and your new preferences will be recorded.


The Journal of Information Systems Education is indexed in the following research databases and indexing services:

  • Cabell's Directory
  • EBSCO's Business Source Complete
  • EBSCO's ERC (Education Research Complete)
  • Education Resources Information Center (ERIC)
  • Educational Research Abstracts (ERA)
  • Elsevier (SCOPUS and Compendex)
  • GALE/Cengage
  • ProQuest


  • One-Year Acceptance Rate (2020): 23%
  • Five-Year Acceptance Rate (2016-2020): 22%

AIS eLibrary

The Journal of Information Systems Education is included in the Association for Information Systems' AIS eLibrary. The AIS eLibrary is a "central repository for research papers and journal articles relevant to the information systems academic community" (from the AIS eLibrary website). Over 800 JISE articles from volumes 1-31 are searchable alongside AIS journals and other AIS affiliated journals.

Information for Publishers

Publishers of textbooks and other academic resources who are interested in using a JISE manuscript (research article, teaching case, or teaching tip) within their publication should send an email to the Editor at Please include the intended publication, the requested manuscript(s), your permissions form, and how you plan to handle access to the teaching notes (for teaching cases). Any other constraints or questions should be included in the email as well.