The aim of the Journal of Information Technology (JIT) is to provide academically robust papers, research, critical reviews and opinions on the organisational, social and management issues associated with significant information-based technologies. It is designed to be read by academics, scholars, advanced students, reflective practitioners, and those seeking an update on current experience and future prospects in relation to contemporary information and communications technology themes.

JIT focuses on new research addressing technology and the management of IT, including strategy, change, infrastructure, human resources, sourcing, system development and implementation, communications, technology developments, technology futures, national policies and standards. It also publishes articles that advance our understanding and application of research approaches and methods.

The journal will publish work from all disciplinary, theoretical and methodological perspectives. It encourages all of the following kinds of contribution:

  • Original research articles - including theoretical/conceptual, empirical and critical studies
  • Review articles
  • Debates
  • Teaching cases
  • Invited articles

The Editors welcome suggestions for Special Issues on a topical theme, and from time to time they appoint Guest Editors to manage a Special Issue.