Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems



Authors are invited to submit manuscripts through the journal's website. SJIS follows the AIS Policy on Conference and Journal Publication which encourages the development of conference papers so that they get published in journals. Authors are welcome to discuss the suitability of their papers with any of the members of the editorial board before formal submission.

Manuscript submissions should be in MS Word format, double spaced, and should not exceed 10.000 words (including abstract, references and appendices). A cover letter including a suggestion for 3 potential reviewers and their contact information must accompany all submissions.

For submission of the final version of accepted papers see submission guidelines at https://communities.aisnet.org/scandinavia/sjis/submission-papers.

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Review process

The Editor-in-Chief does initial screening of each manuscript. Manuscripts that are found to be within the scope of the journal regarding contents and quality undergo a double-blind review process, with three reviewers assigned for each paper. The initial round of reviews normally does not take longer than ten weeks from the date of submission.

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Access to the journal

The Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems publishes two issues per year. Some volumes include a special issue and/or a debate forum on a theme relevant to the journal.

Current members of the IRIS Association automatically get a copy of the journal. See IRIS Association on how to become a member.

The electronic journal https://aisel.aisnet.org/sjis/ is free to all.

SJIS archive

The SJIS archive provides free access to all published articles of the journal. This means that you can view, download, copy and redistribute any article without a subscription.
The SJIS archive is available from https://aisel.aisnet.org/sjis/.