About This Journal
The Midwest Association for Information Systems (MWAIS) was founded in Fall 2005. The Executive Board formally established the Journal of the Midwest Association for Information Systems (http://mwais.org/) on October 18, 2013. JMWAIS (http://jmwais.org) is a double-blind, peer-reviewed, quality focused, and open-access online journal. JMWAIS(pronounced jĕm way or say each letter "J" "M" "W" "A" "I" "S") publishes original articles related to Information Systems (IS), Information Technology (IT), and Management Information Systems (MIS). The editorial emphasis is on interdisciplinary research involving IS/T and MIS from organizational and individual perspectives. JMWAIS strives to be unique, in both its interdisciplinary Information Systems focus and its commitment to authors of an expedited and constructive review process. Specifically, our editorial policy encourages authors from various business user and technical tools disciplines to submit interesting IS/T and MIS related manuscripts. The Editorial Board emphasizes a balanced vision between rigor and relevance. Both academic scholarly-oriented and more practitioner-oriented submissions are welcomed.
The Journal is published semi-annually in January and July.
Prospective authors should submit articles at least 4 months prior to a scheduled issue to allow time for review and revision. Authors can contact the Editor-in-Chief or Managing Editor with questions about the appropriateness of an article prior to formally submitting the article for review. Submission instructions are available online at http://jmwais.org/Submissions.html.