Call for Papers

Information Systems: Transforming the Future

The Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) is the premier conference in Australasia for Information Systems academics and professionals, covering technical, organisational, business, and social issues in the application of Information Technology. In 2013, the ACIS Conference will be hosted by the School of Business IT and Logistics at RMIT University. The event will take place at our City Campus in the new Swanston Academic Building from 4th December 2013. The Swanston Academic Building is located right in the middle of Melbourne’s CBD.

Conference Tracks

The conference will include the following Tracks and though we encourage submissions that focus on one of these areas, we are open to submissions in other areas:

Submission Types & Format

We seek to engage the Australian and International IS academic community by encouraging the following Submissions:

  • Research Papers
  • Research In Progress Papers
  • Teaching Cases
  • Education Papers
  • Position Papers
  • Practitioner Reports

ACIS 2013 calls for original, unpublished submissions in English and these must be made via the EasyChair submission system. Information on paper submission format and the review processes will also be available shortly. All papers will be initially checked and those that that fail to comply with the submission format will be automatically rejected. All submissions that are compliant will then undergo a double-blind peer review process.

ACIS 2013 Submission Template (MS Word 48Kb)

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Important Dates

Paper submission deadline

2nd August 2013

Notification of paper acceptance

20th September 2013

ACIS Doctoral Consortium

2nd-3rd December 2013

ACIS Conference

4th-6th December 2013

See also…

School of Business IT and Logistics
The School of Business IT and Logistics provides high quality technical and professional education in: Business Information and Communications Technology, in Information Management and Librarianship and in Logistics and Supply Chain Management education within a comprehensive business context – ensuring the employability of its graduates.