Australasian Journal of Information Systems

The Australasian Journal of Information Systems (AJIS) is an international quality, peer reviewed journal covering innovative research and practice in Information Systems.

AJIS publishes high quality contributions to theory and practice in the global Information Systems (IS) discipline. It is particularly interested in IS knowledge drawn from or applied to Australasia and in the Asia-Pacific region. The journal welcomes submissions on research and conceptual development based in a very wide range of inquiry methods, ways of thinking and modes of expression.

AJIS has been published since 1993.

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The current Editor-in-Chief is Associate Professor John Lamp, who can be contacted at AJIS.EiC@gmail.com

Announcements

 

AJIS Article Release: A Post Publication Review of "Bullying in the Australian ICT workplace: the views of Australian ICT professionals"

 
Burmeister, O. (2018). A Post Publication Review of "Bullying in the Australian ICT workplace: the views of Australian ICT professionals".Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 22. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3127/ajis.v22i0.1710
 
 
Posted: 2018-02-06 More...
 

AJIS Article Release: A Post Publication Review of “Threats to Autonomy from Emerging ICTs"

 
Poulsen, A. (2018). A Post Publication Review of “Threats to Autonomy from Emerging ICTs". Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 22. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3127/ajis.v22i0.1744
 
 
Posted: 2018-01-30 More...
 

AJIS Section Release: Research notes on revisiting concepts and theories in information systems and technology

 
Given the rapid proliferation in the technology advancement and usage of, as well as access and exposure to, information systems over time, a research notes special section was commissioned to encourage scholars in the field to revisit existing concepts and theories in information systems and technology. Specifically, research notes in the special section offer fresh insights on how the conceptual boundaries of and methodological approaches to utilize these concepts and theories can be expanded and/or reconfigured so as to maintain currency and relevance in the pursuit of advancing theory and practice in the area.  
Posted: 2018-01-22 More...
 
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Vol 22 (2018)

Table of Contents

Editorial

John W Lamp
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Research Articles

Rehan Syed, Wasana Bandara, Erica French, Glenn Stewart
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Kasuni Weerasinghe, David Pauleen, Shane Scahill, Nazim Taskin
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Research notes on revisiting concepts and theories in information systems and technology

Weng Marc Lim
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Gaurav Gupta, Kevin Tee Liang Tan, Yaw Seng Ee, Cynthia Su Chen Phang
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Weng Marc Lim
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Morteza Namvar, Jacob L. Cybulski, Cynthia Su Chen Phang, Yaw Seng Ee, Kevin Tee Liang Tan
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Bahae Samhan
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Lars Taxén
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Post-Publication Reviews

Adam Poulsen
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Oliver Kisalay Burmeister
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