Bulletin of Applied Computing and Information Technology
The Bulletin of Applied Computing and Information Technology (BACIT) is an open-access online journal with a focus on new and emerging research related to applied computing and information technology. The Bulletin contains a range of articles - double blind peer-reviewed papers, invited papers, views, opinions, reports, book reviews. It is published by the New Zealand National Advisory Committee for Computing Qualifications (NACCQ); its target audience includes academics, students and industry practitioners - based primarily (but not exclusively) in New Zealand, and working in the areas of computing, information technology and information systems.
BACIT is an Open Access Journal, DOAJ # 11764120. Individual authors retain their intellectual property rights. We welcomes submissions from established authors but particularly encourages contributions from new researchers and students, especially from those in postgraduate study who are also employed in the field.
The Bulletin is published in electronic format only. Refereed articles are subject to a double-blind review process, involving at least two anonymous reviewers. Reviewer names are published.
We are proud that BACIT holds a C rating by the Australian Research Council ( http://www.arc.gov.au/era/era_journal_list.htm ) and in COmputing Research & Education (CORE) conference and journal rankings ( http://www.core.edu.au/ ). BACIT is also indexed in the EBSCO Online research database.
BACIT accepts papers for publication that are directly related to the scope of the Bulletin and which might from time to time address special areas of interest that we highlight. Discussions on research in progress and emerging research will be considered...
The Bulletin is primarily designed as a vehicle to publish Applied Computing papers principally from New Zealand, but we do consider international papers that would be of interest to our readers, particularly if related to education, or that refer to the work of New Zealand researchers.
Submissions should be between 3,000 and 5,000 words and submitted as a zip package that includes:
Updated: September 2010 | If you have any questions, please contact the Executive Editor
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