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International Journal of e-Collaboration (IJeC)

Published Quarterly. Est. 2005.
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DOI: 10.4018/IJeC, ISSN: 1548-3673, EISSN: 1548-3681
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Kock, Ned. "International Journal of e-Collaboration (IJeC)." (2005). Web. 25 Oct. 2014. doi:10.4018/IJeC

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Kock, N. (2005). International Journal of e-Collaboration (IJeC). doi:10.4018/IJeC

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Kock, Ned. "International Journal of e-Collaboration (IJeC)," (2005), accessed (October 25, 2014), doi:10.4018/IJeC

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Description

The International Journal of e-Collaboration (IJeC) addresses the design and implementation of e-collaboration technologies, assesses its behavioral impact on individuals and groups, and presents theoretical considerations on links between the use of e-collaboration technologies and behavioral patterns. An innovative collection of the latest research findings, this journal covers significant topics such as Web-based chat tools, Web-based asynchronous conferencing tools, e-mail, listservs, collaborative writing tools, group decision support systems, teleconferencing suites, workflow automation systems, and document management technologies.

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Mission

The mission of the International Journal of e-Collaboration (IJeC) is to publish papers that address the design and implementation of e-collaboration technologies, assess the behavioral impacts of these technologies on individuals and groups, and present theoretical considerations on links between the use of e-collaboration technologies and behavioral patterns. This journal emphasizes technologies that include Web-based chat tools, Web-based asynchronous conferencing tools, e-mail, listservs, collaborative writing tools, group decision support systems, teleconferencing suites, workflow automation systems, and document management technologies.
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Reviews and Testimonials

Effective communication and collaboration will increasingly be strategic differentiators for organizations of all types in the twenty-first century. Information and communication technologies have a critical role to play in helping organizations to achieve these goals. By publishing new theoretical and practical research findings, as well as providing a forum for broader discussion, the International Journal of e-Collaboration contributes to the understanding and advancement of this important domain.

– Sid L. Huff, Victoria University, New Zealand

E-collaboration is about sharing information within and between organizations for the purposes of planning, coordinating, decision making, process integration, improving efficiency and effectiveness. Organizations exchange information through people, process and technology, and increasingly rely on e-collaboration technologies to make that happen. The International Journal of e-Collaboration fills an important gap by focusing on this specialty which includes all forms of e-collaboration whether it be through email, supply chain management, enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management, project management, or virtual teams collaborating on an academic assignment.

– Jerry Fjermestad, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA

The evolving area of IT-supported collaboration represents a huge potential for organizations of all kinds. Reflecting the broad nature of this area, the related research activities are currently scattered across several different communities (CSCW, HCI, MIS, DSS, etc.). The IJeC serves the important and timely purpose of providing a common forum for integrating and discussing the research experiences and perspectives from these communities. The journal will thus represent a valuable resource for any manager, researcher, or educator with an interest in e-Collaboration.

– Bjorn Erik Munkvold, University of Agder, Norway

Leading researchers and practitioners predict that in the future all technology will be collaboration technology. The International Journal of e-Collaboration offers a timely and critical platform to foster further understanding how collaboration technologies can improve organizational work and private life.

– Gert-Jan de Vreede, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA

IJeC will offer a new and most needed tool to discuss, explore, evaluate and understand the importance of IT-enabled collaboration on boosting innovation and productivity. This new journal will pave the way for next generation collaborative mobile virtualized eorking environments with a focus on workers interacting with their environments and collaborating with each other, having access to all the (virtualized) resources required to carry out their tasks and enhancing their capabilities.

– Isidro Laso Ballesteros, European Commission, Belgium
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Topics Covered

  • Analysis of different research methods and their impact on the study of e-collaboration technologies in organizations
  • Collaborative writing tools
  • Comprehensive reviews of previous studies on e-collaboration technologies in organizations
  • Design and evaluation of asynchronous learning networks (ALNs) in organizational setting
  • Design and evaluation of intelligent e-collaboration technologies in organizational settings
  • Design, implementation, and assessment of e-business solutions that include e-collaboration features
  • E-collaboration technologies impact on individuals and society
  • E-collaboration technologies impact on knowledge management and organizational learning
  • E-collaboration technologies support for distributed process reengineering and process improvement
  • E-collaboration technologies support for quality certification programs
  • E-collaboration technologies support for the creation of virtual teams and virtual organizations
  • E-mail
  • Listservs
  • Organizational and national culture as moderating factors in the adoption and use of e-collaboration technologies in organizations
  • Web-based asynchronous conferencing tools
  • Web-based chat tools
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Editor(s)-in-Chief Biography

Ned Kock is a professor of Information Systems and the Director of the Collaborative for International Technology Studies, in the Sanchez School of Business, at Texas A&M International University. He holds degrees in electronics engineering (B.E.E.), computer science (M.S.), and management information systems (Ph.D.). Ned has authored and edited several books, including the bestselling Systems Analysis and Design Fundamentals: A Business Process Redesign Approach. Ned has published his research in a number of high-impact journals including Communications of the ACM, Decision Support Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, IEEE Transactions (various), Information & Management, Information Systems Journal, Journal of the AIS, MIS Quarterly, and Organization Science. He is the Founding Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of e-Collaboration, Associate Editor of the Journal of Systems and Information Technology, and Associate Editor for Information Systems of the journal IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication. His research interests include e-collaboration, human evolution, action research, ethical and legal issues in technology research and management, and business process improvement.
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Editorial Board

International Advisory Board
Richard L. Baskerville, Georgia State University, USA
Nik Bessis, University of Bedfordshire, UK
David Gefen, Drexel University, USA
Joey F. George, Florida State University, USA
Varun Grover, Clemson University, USA
Donald A. Hantula, Temple University, USA
Sid Huff, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Julie E. Kendall, Rutgers University, USA
Marshall Scott Poole, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Cynthia Ruppel, Nova Southeastern University, USA
Todd Watkins, Lehigh University, USA

Associate Editors
J. Roberto Evaristo, 3M Company, USA
Jane Fedorowicz, Bentley University, USA
Jerry Fjermestad, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Stephen Hayne, Colorado State University, USA
Surinder S. Kahai, State University of New York at Binghamton, USA
Robert J. McQueen, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Bjorn Erik Munkvold, University of Agder, Norway
John T. Nosek, Temple University, USA
Craig Standing, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Gert-Jan de Vreede, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA
Jeffrey Wong, University of Nevada Reno, USA

International Editorial Review Board
Fran Ackermann, Curtin University, Australia
Macedonio Alanis, Monterrey Institute of Technology, Mexico
Guillermo Asper, University of Brasilia, Brazil
Raquel Benbunan-Fich, City University of New York, USA
Anita Blanchard, University of North Carolina Charlotte, USA
Karin Breu, University of Oxford, UK
Kelly Burke, University of Hawaii, USA
Ana R. Del Aguila-Obra, University of Malaga, Spain
Dorrie DeLuca, University of Delaware, USA
Brian Detlor, McMaster University, Canada
Antonio Dias de Figueiredo, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Kevin Dow, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China
Clovis Torres Fernandes, Institute of Aeronautical Technology, Brazil
K. Dale Foster, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Susan Gasson, Drexel University, USA
Alexandre Reis Graeml, Federal Center of Technological Education at Curitiba, Brazil
Lewis Hassell, Drexel University, USA
Richard Hicks, Texas A&M International University, USA
M. Gordon Hunter, University of Lethbridge, Canada
Rajiv Kohli, The College of William & Mary, USA
Christine Kydd, University of Delaware, USA
Isidro Laso-Ballesteros, European Commission, Belgium
Annette Mills, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Murad Moqbel, University of Kansas Medical Center, USA
Hector Munoz-Avila, Lehigh University, USA
Fred Niederman, Saint Louis University, USA
Rosalie J. Ocker, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Antonio Padilla-Melendez, University of Malaga, Spain
Niki Panteli, University of Bath, UK
Sajda Qureshi, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA
Richard R. Reilly, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA
Nicolau Reinhard, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Kai Riemer, University of Sydney, Australia
Nicholas C. Romano, Oklahoma State University, USA
Anne C. Rouse, Deakin University, Australia
Paulo Rupino da Cunha, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Cynthia Ruppel, University of Alabama in Huntsville, USA
Anne F. Rutkowski, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Alexander Serenko, Lakehead University, Canada
Steven D. Sheetz, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
Louise Soe, Cal Poly Pomona, USA
Jacques Verville, University of British Columbia, Canada
Anthony Wensley, University of Toronto, Canada
E. Vance Wilson, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
Oliver Yao, Lehigh University, USA
Pak Yoong, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
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