Information Systems and Their Effect on Academia
2007/// Filed in: Management IS
Information Systems have affected academia significantly. With regards to teaching, IS have became a critical component and online/web courses are now mainstream even at traditional face-to-face/campus universities. IS have also had a tremendous effect on research. Most peer-reviewed journals currently employ manuscript management systems where journal submissions and the peer-review process takes place. This has shortened the review and publication time. Additionally, performing literature reviews and prior-art searches has become easier than ever before due to improvements in IS.