Journal of Applied Computing and Information Technology

Produced by CITRENZ

Incorporating the NACCQ publications:
Bulletin of Applied Computing and Information Technology, ISSN 1176-4120
Journal of Applied Computing and Information Technology, ISSN 1174-0175

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Welcome to the Online version of JACIT.

JACIT is the online Journal of Computing and Information Technology Research and Education, New Zealand (CITRENZ). The Journal is primarily designed as a vehicle to publish Applied Computing papers principally from New Zealand, but international papers are considered that would be of interest to our readers, particularly if related to education or cite New Zealand based research or researchers.

CITRENZ hosts an Annual conference - now in its 26th year.


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In 2010 CITRENZ became the new name for the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualification (NACCQ). Up until 2010, NACCQ published two scholarly publications: The NZ Journal of Applied Computing and Information Technology (JACIT) and the Bulletin of Applied Computing and Information Technology (BACIT). With the change of name the publications BACIT and JACIT merged to form the online version of JACIT.

2010: 14(1)
2009: 13(1)
2008: 12(1)
2007: 11(1)

2006: 10(1)2005: 9(1)
2004: 8(1)
2003: 7(1)

2002: 6(1)
2001: 5(1), 5(2)
2000: 4(1)

1999: 3(1)
1998: 2(1), 2(2)
1997: 1(1)

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    Box JACIT - Call for Papers

    The Call for Papers. We welcome research papers, research and project reports and opinion pieces on computing theory and practice, on ICT education, and ICT innovation and development.
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    Box JACIT - Background

    The aim of JACIT is to provide a New Zealand based forum for work in progress and scholarly writings in computing, with a strong focus on the application of information and communications technologies to our everyday world - whether this is business, education or society in general.

    CITRENZ is made up of tertiary educationalists in New Zealand.

    JACIT is a place where experienced contributors as well as new writers can publish and share ideas, and learn from the experience. JACIT invites contributions from interested researchers, including postgraduate students. All paper submissions to JACIT are reviewed through a process of blind review, by the reviewer members of the Editorial Board.