Information Systems Research
AIS offers a variety of different resources and services intended to help you as you complete your research in information systems, including a review of different of research methods, journal lists and rankings, and research codes of conduct.
Methods and Theories
Information systems researchers use a bevvy of research methods and theoretical lenses to explore phenomena of interest. The following links will take you to sites that have been developed by members of the IS community who are experts in particular areas.
You might also be interested in this archive of IS scholars talking about their research and research approaches that has been compiled at the LSE.
Journals and Journal Rankings
Information systems, like other fields, has several publishing outlets for researchers. Not all outlets have the same acceptance rates, submission rates, reviewing procedures, or editorial boards. Naturally, prestige is at least partially dependent on those factors. Rather than have a set of "acceptable" journals imposed upon us, AIS offers these resources for its members to support their tenure and promotion cases.
Code of Research Conduct and Research Guidelines
AIS members adhere to a research code of conduct, which is supported by the Research Conduct Committee.