The International Journal of Internet Science (IJIS) is a forum for publication of research in the social and behavioral sciences. It welcomes articles on empirical findings, methodology, and theory in the field of Internet Science. Especially welcome is theory-guided empirical research. Some topics of interest for the readership of IJIS are
Methodological issues in Internet surveys
Methodological issues in Internet-based experiments
The Internet and social networks (online and/or offline)
Cooperation and trust in online interaction
Online groups, online communities, and virtual teams
Social and psychological impact of the Internet
The digital divide
The Internet and organizations
The Internet, science, and academic communication
Knowledge exchange and knowledge management in online settings
E-Learning and i-learning
E-Health and i-health
E-Government, e-Voting, and e-Democracy
Sampling approaches with the help of the Internet
Web mining, Big Data
IJIS emerged from an informal network of researchers mostly from Psychology and Sociology. These researchers, many of whom were among the early pioneers of Internet Science, share a common interest in substantial empirical research on the use of the Internet for research and on the Internet's impact on human behavior. IJIS represents a platform for both kinds of interests.
The International Journal of Internet Science is listed in the Index of Information Systems Journals.
If you are interested in submitting your article for publication in IJIS then please submit here or contact the editors.