Whether you are an academic or information systems professional, AIS wants to help you to advance your work and career.
AIS has initiated an effort to collect, preserve, interpret, write and disseminate the history of the IS field. AIS hopes to maintain the legacy and heritage of the IS field by starting now when many pioneers in our field are still among us
The AISWorld Listserv enables members and non-members alike to send messages to one another about news, calls for papers, discussion groups, and more related to information systems.
IS Job Index
The IS Job Index
, which was created in partnership with the Institute for Business and Information Technology (IBIT) at the
Fox School of Business, Temple University, offers national level data on placement, type of jobs,
satisfaction, and on related factors such as career services, knowledge
level, preparedness, and search strategies.
IS Program Guide
The IS program guide contains a list of undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs in information systems, organized alphabetically or by country.
The AIS Career Placement Service provides listings of universities or corporations seeking employees. Those who are registered with the service also have exclusive access to the placement services at both AIS conferences, if they are registered as attendees.
AIS webinars encourage thoughtful discourse by providing experts with a platform to share their best practices on various topics that matter to you.
Whether you are looking for a specific faculty member or simply those who share your interests, the AIS faculty directory can provide you with information about information systems faculty members from around the world.
AIS offers a number of helpful resources to assist you with your teaching activities, including case studies, model curricula, and links to other programs around the world.