AIS Global IS Education Report 2017

Call for Contributions


The Association for Information Systems publishes an Annual Global IS Education Report that presents information on IS Educational programs worldwide. The data can be entered free of charge by each IS institution and the report is disseminated to a wide range of stakeholders, including prospective students, industry partners, and governmental institutions. The report demonstrates the impact our IS discipline has, educating for the digital society and economy worldwide.



The AIS Global IS Education Report 2017 will
- list all IS educational programs by region
- include each institution’s profile
- showcase each institutions programs
- outline the courses per program
- provide links, and contact persons for each program
- provide a section of basic descriptive statistics for each program
- provide statistics on IS programs per region
- will be published in a digital format
- will be promoted via multiple online channels



Data is collected via the platform Already today, the platform collects over 2,700 courses in over 600 programs from over 380 institutions in 75 countries. Using the platform, it is also possible for the programs to update their data over the year. The annual report will provide a snapshot of the programs included in the database. 

An editorial team will evaluate the data provided by each institution, and decide whether or not a program will be included in the report. All programs that will fulfill the following criteria will be included: (a) the program is offered by an academic higher education institution, (b) the data is complete in that it provides an institutional profile, a program profile, and course descriptions. 

To be included in the AIS Global IS Education Report 2017, the following information needs to be provided by your institution: 
- Name
- Abstract
- Logo (Profile & Banner)
- Address
- Website 

Further, we are only able to include institutions that have registered at least one program with: 
- Name
- Abstract
- Highlights 



Registration of programs is open until Oct. 31, 2016 at



To give an example on how institutions, programs, and courses can be presented at, please see the following link: 



31.10.2016: Data submitted on
30.11.2016: Feedback to the institutions based on review of data
31.01.2017: Proofs of the Global IS Education Report 2016 to institutions
15.02.2017: Feedback to the editors
31.03.2017: Publication of the report 


EDITORS (alphabetical order) 

Jan vom Brocke, University of Liechtenstein 

Bernard Tan, National University of Singapore 

Heikki Topi, Bentley University 

Markus Weinmann, University of Liechtenstein 


EDITORIAL BOARD (alphabetical order) 

Salehu Anteneh, Addis Abeba University
Elizabeth White Baker, University of North Carolina at Wilmington 

Geoffrey Dick, North Georgia College and State University 

Brian Donnellan, University of Maynooth,

Mary Granger, George Washington University 

Eija Karsten, Abo Akademi Handelshögskolan 

George Kasper, Virginia Commonwealth University 

Ting-Peng Liang, National Cheng-Chi University 

Joe Nandhakumar, Warwick Business School 

Matti Rossi, Aalto University School of Economics 

Venky Shankararaman, Singapore Management University 

Ravi Seethamraju, University of Sydney 

Rhonda Syler, Louisiana Tech University 
Te-Wie Wang, University of Illinois at Springfield

Thank you!
The AIS Global IS Education Report is a true community effort. We highly appreciate the great support of all IS colleagues and AIS members around the world. 

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