Journal of Information Technology Education: Discussion Cases (JITE: DC)

Online ISSN: 2166-1324  •  Print ISSN: 2166-1316

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All articles published in this open access online journal, whether published in the past or future, are licensed to you under the Creative Commons (CC BY-NC 2.0) license. The copyright to articles is returned and retained by their respective authors.

Publishing in this journal is free for authors with ISI membership. Otherwise, an article processing fee or annual membership charge in the same amount (currently USD $75) needs to be paid upon final acceptance.

The journal is published by the Informing Science Institute, a 501(c)3 charitable association under USA tax laws, registered in the State of California, United States of America.


The Journal of Information Technology Education: Discussion Cases (JITE:DC) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes discussion case studies about situations where information technology plays a significant role. 

JITE:DC cases should be open, authentic discussion cases, meaning: 1) open: there is normally not one “right” solution, 2) authentic: they are written about real situations (although names of parties and organizations involved may be disguised), and 3) discussion: they are constructed to present the context for a decision that needs to be made and will be the focus of classroom or online discussion.


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Grandon Gill
Editor in Chief

The JITE Discussion Cases (JITE-DC)journal/repository is intended to be an outlet for discussion cases unlike any other in the world. The scope of the objective is captured in the mission statement: “to promote the development and use of discussion cases for MIS, IT and Informing Science education.” Behind this specific mission is a key belief: that the case method needs to be promoted. Such a need exists only to the extent that the benefits of the case method can be substantia ...


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