AIS InPractice is a non-profit organization inspired by the idea to communicate
latest research findings to inform practitioners. These findings are based on cutting edge research
published in academic journals, and they are presented in their very essence and impact for practice.
Before joining forces with its sister initiative Science2Practice in January 2020, AIS
InPractice started as a monthly online newsletter targeting practitioner audience of the Association for
Information Systems (AIS), showcasing articles published in key Information Systems (IS) journals.
Science2Practice was pioneered by the University of Liechtenstein and the European Journal of
Information Systems (EJIS). Since the union, we have been expanding the range of journals to include
EJIS and all AIS-affiliated journals.
We invite authors to submit summaries for consideration in AIS InPractice. By publishing in AIS
InPractice, you get free and organized publicity for your innovative studies. This, in turn, will allow
more opportunities for your research to gain impact in the world of practice. Having key insights of
your research accessible and understandable by both practitioners and fellow scholars will also support
you in broadening your scientific discourse. Please feel free to contact the editors.
EJIS Editorial on Stimulating Dialog between Information Systems Research and Practice