ISECON (Information Systems Educators Conference) is the Annual Conference for Information Systems Educators, held each year in October or November. It is a three day conference with workshops, panels and paper presentations on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Since 1982 ISECON has been a venue for IS Educators to meet, mingle, present papers, attend workshops, get ideas, network with each other, and recharge their professional batteries.
To maximize the benefit to IS Educators, submitted papers are accepted for conference presentation if it is felt that the presentation will be beneficial to the authors and the ISECON conference attendees. ISECON is an avenue for the authors to share their work with an interested audience of peers and to receive their feedback. ISECON papers are published in the Proceedings of ISECON.
Papers are solicited on a range of topics of interest to IS Educators. As papers are received, they are submitted to peer review. Papers that pass review are then accepted for presentation and publication as completed works. Papers that fail review (or are submitted too late for a full review) are typically accepted for presentation and publication as works in progress. Comments are returned to the authors who then have the opportunity, time permitting, to make improvements and resubmit their papers for full acceptance.
The best conference manuscripts are then eligible for publication in ISEDJ following another round of peer reviews
See the ISECON Web Site for the dates of the next conference and submission requirements.