The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries

The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries (EJISDC) strives to become the foremost international forum for practitioners, teachers, researchers and policy makers to share their knowledge and experience in the design, development, implementation, management and evaluation of information systems and technologies in developing countries.

EJISDC is indexed by Scopus and Proquest.

Announcements

 

Updates: Scopus Journal citation impact score

 
Here is the link to the new free Scopus Journal citation impact score called CiteScore (launched by Elsevier in December 2016)https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/21100201977  
Posted: 2017-03-22 More...
 

Updates: Scopus Journal citation impact score

 
Here is the link to the new free Scopus Journal citation impact score called CiteScore (launched by Elsevier in December 2016)https://www.scopus.com/sourceid/21100201977  
Posted: 2017-03-22 More...
 

Updates: EJISDC Google Scholar Profile

 
Prof Filistéa Naudé from the University of South Africa has kindly created a Google Scholar profile for the EJISDC. It can be found here: http://scholar.google.co.za/citations?user=RPYgvGoAAAAJ&hl=en  
Posted: 2016-12-21 More...
 

Call for: 2nd International Conference on ICT for Africa Development

 
This conference will take place in Cameroon May 8-10 2017. Full details from: http://www.icit4ad.cm/images/ICT4AD_Call_for_Papers_17.pdf  
Posted: 2016-09-16 More...
 

Updates: EJISDC - Submission Policy

 

“Authors are reminded of our guidelines which state that "authors are cautioned that they should not submit their manuscripts to multiple (more than one) publication outlets in parallel (including conferences, journals, etc.)."  

 
Posted: 2013-08-26 More...
 

Updates: ICT4D Journal Rankings

 
Readers of EJISDC may be interested to see that the journal ranks quite favourably compared to other journals in our niche. This blog provides an updated ranking of EJISDC and similar journals. ICT4D Journal Rankings  
Posted: 2010-04-20 More...
 
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Vol 80

In this 80th volume of papers published by EJISDC, we present eight new papers. Many of the papers come from and describe situations in South Africa. Other countries represented are Malaysia and Thailand, with one study relating to the Global South.

 

Table of Contents


In this Volume, the downloads# is the total number of downloads since publication.

Research Papers

An Investigation into the ICT Vendor – Value Added Reseller Partnership Satisfaction in South Africa PDF
Ishmael Hassa, Maureen Tanner # of downloads: 15

An exploratory analysis to employees and customers’ responses in determining the technological innovativeness of banks PDF
Asare Yaw Obeng, Peter L Mkhize # of downloads: 10

A Causal Relationship Model of the Influence of Information Technology Governance Processes on the Benefits Received by Thai Public Companies PDF
Wilai Sunthonwutinun, Vasin Chooprayoon # of downloads: 23

Exploring Digital Archive System to Develop Digitally Resilient Youths from Marginalised Communities in South Africa PDF
Dennis M Ochieng, Oludayo O Olugbara, Monique M Marks # of downloads: 15

Researching the Emergence of 3D Printing, Makerspaces, Hackerspaces and FabLabs in the Global South: A Scoping Review and Research Agenda on Digital Innovation and Fabrication Networks PDF
Ryoung Seo-Zindy, Richard Heeks # of downloads: 51

A Strategy for a Cybersecurity Culture: A South African Perspective PDF
Noluxolo Gcaza, Rossouw von Solms # of downloads: 25

E-government Implementation Challenges in Malaysia and South Korea: A Comparative Study PDF
Razlini Mohd Ramli # of downloads: 16

ALIGNMENT OF HUMAN COMPETENCIES WITH MOBILE TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS STRATEGIES IN WOMEN-LED SMEs PDF
Deborah Olufunmilola Ajumobi, Michael Kyobe # of downloads: 21



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