The American Journal of Information Technology (AJIT) is a peer-reviewed journal published two times a year. Both theoretical and empirical unpublished research in IT and information management is considered for publication in this journal. The journal follows a double-blind review process. The journal has been assigned an ISSN number (1943-7498) by the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. The journal is listed in the Cabell´s and NSD directory.
Acceptance Rate: 35%
Paper Submission Process
To submit your paper, please CLICK HERE (Please submit an MS WORD file).
Xiaodong Deng, Ph.D.
Professor of Management Information Systems
School of Business Administration
Rochester, Michigan 48309
Cathrine Linnes, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Østfold University College
Halden, Norway 1757
Jiban Khuntia, Ph.D., University of Colorado Denver, USA
Balaji Janamanchi, Ph.D., Texas A&M International University, USA
Solomon Antony, Ph.D., Murray State University, USA
Kun Liao, Ph.D., Central Washington University, USA
Terence Saldanha, Ph.D., Washington State University, USA
Yi Maggie Guo, Ph.D., The University of Michigan – Dearborn, USA
James A. Rodger, Ph.D., Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
Godwin Udo, Ph.D., The University of Texas at El Paso, USA
Ahmad Syamil, Ph.D., Bina Nusantara (Binus) University, Indonesia
J. Michael Pearson, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University, USA
Robert Hooker, Ph.D., The University of South Florida, USA
Xin (Robert) Luo, Ph.D., The University of New Mexico, USA
Sathiadev Mahesh, Ph.D., University of New Orleans, USA
Paul Safonov, Ph.D., Saint Cloud State University, USA
John Windsor, Ph.D., University of North Texas, USA
Matt Graham, Ph.D., University of Maine, USA
Jamaluddin Husain, Ph.D., Purdue University, USA
Richard Barcelona, Ph.D. Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Emmanuel Dalavai, Ph.D., Parkland Health & Hospital System, USA
Please make sure that:
(1) The title page of the paper provides names, affiliations, email addresses and phone numbers of all authors;
(2) The paper includes an abstract, about 100-125 words long;
(3) All cited studies appear in the references provided at the end of the paper following the American Psychological Association (APA) references guidelines; and,
(4) Author names or other identifying information do not appear anywhere in the paper, EXCEPT ON THE TITLE PAGE (to facilitate the blind-refereeing process);
(5) Please note that all the papers will have to be reformatted following the style guidelines after their acceptance.