What is Calls for Papers?

Calls for Papers shows you the latest calls for papers of academic journals in your discipline.

Calls for papers for special issues in academic journals are currently published in several different locations. For example, calls for papers are distributed on mailing lists, on publisher websites, at conferences, and through personal networks. With several academic journals in a discipline and even more special issues, it can be incredibly difficult to keep track of calls for papers.

Calls for Papers solves this problem by collecting calls for papers and making them easily accessible in one location.

How can I stay up-to-date?

There are two options for you to stay up-to-date with Calls for Papers: email subscription and RSS feed

Subscribe to the Calls for Papers .

Calls for Papers sends out an email when new calls for papers are added to the website.

Get the Calls For Papers RSS feed.

To use the Calls For Papers RSS feed, simply drag this link into your feed reader or news aggregator.

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a standardized XML-based format for sharing and distributing frequently updated web content such as news headlines. RSS feeds may be subscribed to using programs called feed readers or news aggregators.

The RSS feed is updated when calls for papers appear on the Calls For Papers website.

What journals does Calls for Papers cover?

Calls for Papers currently covers the main journals of the Information Systems discipline.

If you are missing any calls for papers of your favourite journal, please use the feature.

The full list of journals covered can be found below:

  • MIS Quarterly
  • Information Systems Research
  • Journal of Management Information Systems
  • Journal of the Association for Information Systems
  • European Journal of Information Systems
  • Journal of Information Technology
  • Information Systems Journal
  • The Journal of Strategic Information Systems
  • Information and Organization
  • Information and Management
  • International Journal of Information Management
  • Decision Support Systems
  • Information Technology & People
  • Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology

What is the source of your data and how accurate is it?

Calls for Papers gets its data directly from the publishers' websites. The data is updated every 24 hours. This process runs automatically and relies on web scraping technologies which means that accuracy cannot be guaranteed. While we try to keep the data as up-to-date as possible, journals may change their publishers or publishers may change their website layout, all leading to potentially inaccurate data.

Who created this?

Idea and implementation by Julian Prester. Inspired by Simon Willison and his idea of git scraping. Icons by Icons8

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