APJIS Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems


The Journal for Information Professionals

Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems (APJIS) is published by the Korea Society
of Management Information Systems (KMIS), which is the largest professional institute
in the field of information systems in Korea.

ISSN 2288-5404 (Print) / ISSN 2288-6818 (Online)

Editor : Hee-Woong Kim

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Special Issues

  • 9. APJIS Special Issue CFP2018-03-20 | View 447
  • 8. APJIS: Guidelines for Special Issues2015-05-26 | View 3546
  • 7. [Closed] CFP: Information Systems Research from the Behavioral Economics Perspective2015-03-23 | View 3675
  • 6. [Closed] CFP:The Old, the Young and the Sea of IS: New Perspectives on the Development, Adoption and Application of Information Systems2015-03-19 | View 4200
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    Special Issue: The Old, the Young and the Sea of IS: New Perspectives on the Development, Adoption and Application of Information Systems



    In the past decade, we have observed the rapidly changing research trend in information systems (IS) in response to the fast-developing information technologies and the surrounding environment. Sizzling topics, such as social media and big data, have swept the field in recent years, and interests in new technologies, such as FinTech and IoT, are on the rise. It has been of no doubt exciting and meaningful to discuss their capacity to change our daily lives and influences on the businesses.

    However, despite the rapid movement of IS research trends, more fundamental inquiries including how to develop, adopt and apply IS still seek for answers. The subject of IS may change every year, but the process of using it from the user perspective does not, because it is the combined reflections of the innate human desires and affections. Understanding ‘how to’ develop, adopt and apply various types of IS will provide more long-term implications that do not easily change while the subject of technology changes.

    Therefore, this special issue aims to broadly discuss how various types of IS can be developed, adopted and applied. The possible topics include classical ones, such as trust and TAM, as well as recent ones, such as big data and social media. The submission of papers that discuss classical IS topics from a new perspective are encouraged. The title of the special issue, The Old, the Young and the Sea of IS, implies new perspectives (the Young) on classical topics (the Old) for in-depth understanding (the Sea). We welcome your submission.


    Submission Guidelines

    Submissions should follow standard formatting and style guidelines for the Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems (http://www.apjis.or.kr/common/sub/s.asp)

    Manuscripts should be submitted through the APJIS Online Submission System (www.e-apjis.or.kr).

    When you submit your manuscript, please specify that your manuscript is submitted for the special issue.


    Important Dates

    Deadline for article submission: 24 April 2016

    Reviews returned to authors: 29 May 2016

    Deadline for submission of the revised articles: 3 July 2016

    Final articles selected: 1 August 2016

    Publication of the APJIS Special Issue: September 2016


    Guest Editors

    Jung Lee, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, jung.lee@hufs.ac.kr

    Loo Geok Pee, Nanyang Technological University, peelg@ntu.edu.sg

    Jinyoung Min, Chosun University, saharamin@chosun.ac.kr


  • 5. [Closed] CFP: Electronic Word of Mouth and User Generated Content2013-12-26 | View 5467
  • 4. [Closed] CFP: Knowledge Management and Business Intelligence2013-12-26 | View 4281
  • 3. [Closed] CFP: Social Media for Business and Society2013-12-26 | View 1429
  • 2. [Closed] CFP: Role of IT in Tourism2013-12-26 | View 1808
  • 1. [Closed] CFP: Creating Synergy Business on the SOLOMO Media2012-04-12 | View 2363


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