Skip to content


Journals and Serials

The African Journal of Information Systems

The focus of AJIS is to acquaint a broad audience of readers in the variety of intellectual traditions included under the rubric of ICT in Africa. Therefore, the journal aims at disseminating research on the transfer, diffusion, and adoption of ICT within the context of Africa; the innovation and development of ICT solutions for and within this context; impacts of ICT on society and of society on ICT; and other relevant normative, empirical, and theoretical concerns of ICT development, implementation, strategy, management and policy that are distinctive to Africa and associated developing economies.

Compendium of Innovative E-Government Practices

The compendium of Innovative E-government Practices is a compilation by the UN Public Administration Network  of recent case studies of Innovative e-government solutions, services and applications. The Compendium does not promote one solution over another, but rather highlights e-government practices that place the citizen in the forefront.

Development Informatics Working Papers

Papers from the Institute for Development Policy and Management and the Centre for Development Informatics at the University of Manchester, UK.

e-Government Bulletin (UK)

E-Government Bulletin was the first email newsletter to be published in the UK focusing exclusively on the use of the internet, ICT, digital TV and radio, mobile telephony and other digital technologies by central and local government and other public service bodies.

The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries

EJISDC focuses on the digital divide. Our aim is to situate contemporary trends in ICTs within a fully global context. Outside of North America, Western Europe, Australasia and Japan, diverse societies are making sense of technological advances in ways unique to their cultures and histories. ICT investments can and do contribute to improved quality of life, even where priorities for investments in information systems compete with the provision of the basic necessities of life such as decent housing, clean water and primary healthcare. ICT investments are able to leverage the values of third-world assets in much the same way as they do in the first world, sometimes to a far greater extent because of the lower starting point and lower costs.

Government Information Quarterly

Government Information Quarterly is a cross-disciplinary and refereed journal that covers information and telecommunications policy, information management, information technology planning and management, and e-government practices, policies and issues relevant to all levels of government within the United States and abroad.

iGovernment – Information Systems, Technology and Government: Working Papers

Papers from the Institute for Development Policy and Management and the Centre for Development Informatics at the University of Manchester, UK.

The Information Society

The Information Society (TIS) journal, published since 1981, is a key critical forum for leading edge analysis of the impacts, policies, system concepts, and methodologies related to information technologies and changes in society and culture. Some of the key information technologies include computers and telecommunications; the sites of social change include homelife, workplaces, schools, communities and diverse organizations, as well as new social forms in cyberspace.

Information Systems Management

Information Systems Management (ISM) is the on-going exchange of academic research, best practices, and insights based on managerial experience. The journal’s goal is to advance the practice of information systems management through this exchange. To meet this goal, each issue of the journal features themed papers examining a particular topic. In addition to themed papers, the journal regularly publishes on the following topics in IS management: Achieving Strategic IT Alignment and Capabilities; IT Governance; CIO and IT Leadership Role; IT Sourcing; Planning and Managing an Enterprise Infrastructure; IT Security; Selecting and Delivering Application Solutions; Portfolio Management; Managing Complex IT Projects; E-Business Technologies; Supporting Knowledge Work.

International Journal of Electronic Governance

IJEG focuses on the use of electronic and information technologies in deliberation over democratic policy and decision making processes, community governance as well as governance in non-political domains such as corporate, open project, online community and social network contexts. IJEG also explores the relations between electronic governance, digital communication and digital inclusion, novel technologies for electronic governance such as governance games and simulations, and the political, organisational, social, psychological and cognitive aspects of electronic governance.

International Journal of Health Geographics

IJHG is an Open Access, peer-reviewed, online journal fully dedicated to publishing quality manuscripts on all aspects of geospatial information systems and science applications in health and healthcare. IJHG aims to cover a wide range of interdisciplinary geospatial topics in a health/healthcare context, from spatial data infrastructure and Web geospatial interoperability research, to research into real-time Geographic Information Systems (GIS)-enabled surveillance services, remote sensing applications, spatial epidemiology, spatio-temporal statistics, and even cyberspace mapping.

Journal of Information Technology

The Journal of Information Technology is of interest to academics, scholars, advanced students and reflective practitioners in management science, information systems and computer science disciplines. The journal will also inform those seeking an update on current experience and future prospects in the areas of contemporary information and communications technology.

Journal of Information & Politics

Official Journal of the ITP Section of the American Political Science Association. The primary objectives of the journal are to: promote a better understanding of how evolving information technologies interact with political and governmental processes and outcomes at many levels;  encourage the development of governmental and political processes that employ IT in novel and interesting ways;  and foster the development of new information technology tools and theories that can capture, analyze, and report on these developments.

Journal of Internet Cataloging

The Journal of Internet Cataloging is an international quarterly focusing on the organization, access, and bibliographic control of Internet resources. It explores practical and theoretical issues in making electronic data available through remote access using the Internet.

Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning

The Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning is the first journal to specifically address the issues and concerns of librarians and information specialists in the rapidly growing field of distance education. The issues surrounding the delivery of library services to this population are sufficiently unique so as to require the specialty supplied by this journal.

Journal of Map And Geography Libraries

The Journal of Map & Geography Libraries is where you’ll find the most up-to-date international research and information on the production, procurement, processing, and utilization of geographic and cartographic materials and information. In this peer-reviewed forum, enhanced with full color illustrations, professors, researchers, and practicing librarians with a passion for geography and cartographic materials share their findings and experiences with their colleagues around the world.

Knowledge Management for Development (KM4D) Journal

KM4D Journal focuses on knowledge management in development. It includes diverse knowledge management approaches in development organizations, large and small, in the South and in the North, and aims to facilitate cross-fertilization between knowledge management and related fields.

Resource Sharing & Information Networks

Resource Sharing & Information Networks focuses on topics appropriate to local, state, regional, national, and international networks and their associated activities, such as interlibrary loan, cooperative collection development and management, information delivery, and inter-agency collaboration.

The primary objectives of the journal are to:

  • promote a better understanding of how evolving information technologies
    interact with political and governmental processes and outcomes at many levels,
  • encourage the development of governmental and political processes that
    employ IT in novel and interesting ways, and
  • foster the development of new information technology tools and theories that
    can capture, analyze, and report on these development