The Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation provides critical perspectives on topics relevant to Information Systems Evaluation, with an emphasis on the organisational and management implications
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The Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation is an online journal that aims to publish articles and papers that provide critical perspectives on topics relevant to Information Systems Evaluation, with an emphasis on the organisational and management implications. Through its publication the journal aims to contribute to the development of both theory and practice. For full details of the aims and scope of the journal, click here

It is currently published bi-annually with a general issue and a special issue. The general issue contains papers submitted in response to a call for papers. These papers are reviewed by the Editor and those selected for inclusion are submitted to a double-blind peer review by members of the Editorial board. On the basis of these reviews, the Editor then either:

  1. Accepts the paper for publication with no changes
  2. Accepts the paper for publication with only minor, editorial changes
  3. Accepts the paper for publication provided it is amended in line with the reviewers comments
  4. Recommends a more major re-write and offers the chance to resubmit for consideration in another issue
  5. Rejects the paper as unsuitable for publication
  6. In all instances, reviewers' comments are passed to the authors.

The journal also publishes book/conference reviews and these are welcomed at any time.

In accordance with the practice in the open access community authors are asked to pay a nominal sum to publish in EJISE, which is intended to cover some of the costs of publishing. The current publication charge is GBP250 (which includes 20% VAT which may therefore be recoverable by some authors/universities). This amount is payable only after the paper has been accepted for publication. There are no charges to access the journal on screen or by printing or downloading the papers. 

From July 2017 EJISE is moving to a continuous method of publication. This means that once a paper has been finally accepted, an invoice for the publication fee will be sent. On receipt of payment the paper will pass through to typesetting and authors will receive page proofs to check. We will endeavour to provide page proofs within two weeks of the publication fee being received and to publish the paper within two weeks of authors accepting the page proofs. When a minimum of three papers have been published we will close the issue. The exception to this process is special issues. In this case authors will be kept informed as to progress of the issue, but all papers will be published together.

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The Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation is:

  • rated level 1 in the Danish Government bibliometric lists
  • ranked by the Australian Business Deans Council list
  • listed in the Norwegian Social Science Data Services
  • listed on the International Bibliography of Social Sciences (IBSS)
  • listed in the Open Access Journals database
  • listed in the Cabell Directory of Publishing Opportunities
  • listed in the EBSCO database of electronic journals
  • listed in the Ulrich directory of periodicals
  • indexed by the Institution of Engineering and Technology in the UK
  • ranked B in the Australian Research Council ERA Journal list

 EJISE one of 5 academic journals published by Academic Conferences Limited. For information on the other journals please visit

  • The Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management
  • The Electronic Journal of e-Government
  • The Electronic Journal of e-Learning
  • The Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods