Note from the editor of ISEDJ
We are looking forward to presenting the first issue of ISEDJ for 2023. Our parent organization,
ISCAP, has launched a new journal, CPPJ (Cybersecurity Pedagogy and Practice Journal)
, designed for folks who want to publish in a security-specific journal. ISEDJ will continue its core mission to publish papers in all areas of IS Education, and we appreciate the contributions that all of our authors and reviewers have made
ISEDJ’s leadership team is strong yet open to new contributors and roles. I am happy to welcome the return of Dr. Dana Schwieger as our Associate Editor, as well as to the return of Dr. Michelle Louch as Cases Co-Editor with Dr. Ira Goldstein. The Cases section of the journal will be distributed across multiple issues this year, given the higher volume of cases this year. Thanks to Ira and Michelle for their leadership, and to our many Case authors.
We continue to strengthen our review process this year, and we are grateful to all of our authors and reviewers for working through that with us. Every paper that is submitted for journal consideration goes through a more thorough review, revise, and resubmit process. This will continue to trend set last year that resulted in more rigorous papers and a higher-quality journal, with an acceptance rate below 38%. We look forward to your feedback – please feel free to contact Paul Witman
at email@example.com with comments or questions.
Our first issue will be out by early February, and we anticipate four more issues this year. We hope you will get great value from these publications, and share your feedback with the authors and editors. We also encourage you to cite papers in the journal where appropriate, which makes the journal more valuable in turn.
Finally, we welcome your participation in the 2023 ISCAP Conference
(combining the EDSIGCON and CONISAR
conferences into one), November 1-4, in Albuquerque, NM. Hope to see you there!
Paul D. Witman
Professor, Information Technology Management
California Lutheran University
Editor, Information Systems Education Journal