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.)." In this respect, EJISDC operates in the same way as most other reputable journals. It means that authors should send their manuscript to only one journal and not to another one until they have received a response from the first. Moreover, once your manuscript has been accepted for publication by a journal, you should not submit it to another one without formally withdrawing it from the first before it is actually published. With most journals now having an online presence, it is very easy to detect instances where authors have previously published their work and when they try to do this their academic reputation will suffer. If we detect plagiarism, we will reject immediately.
Updates: EJISDC - Submission Policy
The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries.
ISSN: 1681-4835 www.ejisdc.org