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IHART
IHART
International Handbook of
Academic Research & Teaching
JAGR
JAGR
Journal of Applied
Global Research
JOIM
JOIM
Journal of Organizational
Information Management

RHESL
RHESL
Review of Higher Education
and Self-Learning
RMIC
RMIC
Review of Management
Innovation & Creativity
IHPPL
IHPPL
Intellectbase Handbook of
Professional Practice & Learning

IJAISL
IJAISL
International Journal of Accounting
Information Science & Leadership
JIBMR
JIBMR
Journal of International
Business Management &
Research
JKHRM
JKHRM
Journal of Knowledge & Human
Resource Management

JWBSTE
JWBSTE
Journal of Web-based Socio-
Technical Engineering
JISTP
JISTP
Journal of Information Systems
Technology & Planning
IJEDAS
IJEDAS
International Journal of Electronic
Data Administration Security

JGIP
JGIP
Journal of Global
Intelligence & Policy
IJSHIM
IJSHIM
International Journal of Social
Health Information Management
JGISM
JGISM
Journal of Global Information
Systems in Medicine



IHART - International Handbook of Academic Research and Teaching

IHART is developed to provide new perspectives on research, teaching and education in the academic environment. The fusion of broad, open, and available theories, with intriguing real world needs in a contemporary higher education, provides a significant handbook for teaching and research. This handbook is committed to leading and maintaining its reputation and success. The content will remain consistent and updated to reflect occurring changes in terms of professional and academic development.

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JAGR - Journal of Applied Global Research

The Journal of Applied Global Research provides a forum for academics, scientists, practitioners and decision makers to advance their presumptions in a scholarly exertion that has both national and international orientation. The journal is committed to articles that engage global research and philosophical judgment, with significant practical issues in a range of hard and soft sciences, which identify societal benefits and establishments. JAGR seeks research innovation & creativity and presents original topics. The focus of the journal is to substantiate professional practice, teaching and learning that exemplify global research and collaboration. The journal attracts ideas of high quality which explore the relationship between expertise in both interpretivist and positivist frames of reference.

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JOIM - Journal of Organizational Information Management

This journal provides contemporary arguments related to establishing a new field of study in management, organizational and information sciences. JOIM examines and enhances a variety of dynamics in organizational studies and applies viable business theories. Illustrations and insights about collaborative work are introduced in this premium journal along with a number of valuable new contributions, including organizational standards and accountability. The journal produces and provides practitioners, leaders and researchers with concise, up-to-date definitions of organizational competencies and strategic management theories. Also, revised and innovative case studies will exhibit Organizational Information Management (OIM) frameworks that will include, but not be limited to, the following unique decision support systems: business-learning, knowledge-acquisition, organizational-practice, people-competency and technology-based-information systems (TBIS).

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RHESL - Review of Higher Education and Self-Learning

The Review of Higher Education will become and remain an authoritative and high-quality education reference point. The Review offers convenient information that scholars will need to meet the changing demands of the research and learning environments with self-assurance. The content (A) provides a review of the field of self-learning, (B) examines in detail, and illustrates examples of, self-learning in a range of teaching and teacher education contexts, (C) outlines understanding of the nature and development of self-learning, (D) explores the development of a professional knowledge base for teaching through self-learning, and (E) underscores self-learning through research and practice. It offers experience to the cutting edge of the profession with vital information to help educators explore the change from instruction-based practices to those that are knowledge-based and service learning oriented.

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RMIC - Review of Management Innovation & Creativity

The review presents detailed theoretical explanations of original developments of managerial perspectives. The content is based on creative thinking, illustrated with real case studies and applied research. The manuscript involves innovative contributions, creative developments and descriptions, in a well-defined format with rich conceptual structures. The topography of management innovation is about the creative development of individual researchers engaged in creative endeavors, across a wide range of disciplines including but not limited to: the Social Sciences, Economics & Finance, Public Policy & Administration, Human Resources, Engineering, Business & Entrepreneurship, Supply Chain Management, Education, Science & Technology and the Arts. RMIC is intended for scholars who are interested in exploring and developing complex compositions that link incongruent elements to knowledge, and integrating them conceptually on a creative scale.

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IHPPL - Intellectbase Handbook of Professional Practice & Learning

The Intellectbase Handbook of Professional Practice & Learning is an invaluable and exceptional reference for researchers, practitioners, specialists, educators, policy-makers, administrators and grant-writing applicants. The handbook addresses both conceptual and practical matters of education; it provides advanced, comprehensive design of key concepts, methods, and areas of relevance. This manual reflects the perspectives and experiences of leading international academics, reviewers and practitioners. References will be derived from a large group of distinguished authors introducing a wide-range of global frameworks.

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IJAISL - International Journal of Accounting Information Science and Leadership

IJAISL is an intellectually reviewed journal of present-day research in quantitative accounting, information science and qualitative leadership skills. Analyses relying on statistics, financial performance, Marketing, Operations Management as well as organizational behavior that present evidence of methodical control structures and demonstrate consistency in results. Examinations of meta-analyses of empirical work in Accounting, Economics & Finance, Information Processing and Leadership which are useful for the understanding of their respective behaviors at regional and international levels, are the core of this journal.

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JIBMR - Journal of International Business Management & Research

The Journal highlights emerging research areas that pursue international analysis in: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Human Resources, Management Science, Information Systems and Marketing. The focus is to explore the inner workings of these knowledge systems, and the interrelationship with other disciplines that transcend continents and nations. Emphasis is on well-designed frameworks of international perspectives that strengthen conventional and contemporary studies in business disciplines. JIBMR provides research collaboration across national boundaries for greater synthesis of research into broader, more integrative frameworks and phenomenon. JIBMR offers content on international business competition and controversies in respect to research and development (R&D). Research perspectives and models that address contemporary issues of a particular field of knowledge, as well as significant international business practices are discussed.

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JKHRM - Journal of Knowledge & Human Resource Management

The Journal of Knowledge & Human Resource Management (JKHRM) addresses several and various frameworks that have been under researched in human resource planning (e.g. challenging tasks at the micro or macro levels). Dynamic knowledge (implicit and explicit) analysis on strategic, operational and tactical human resource planning methodologies is emphasized in this journal. An abridgment of transition, from advanced management to knowledge-based management, has necessitated more research and therefore critical investigation is needed. The dynamics of knowledge and management models that will promote the design for optimum performance of knowledge and human resource management initiatives are encouraged.

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JWBSTE - Journal of Web-based and Socio-technical Engineering

This journal is socio-technically focused and presents contemporary (state of the art) web based architecture, design and development to practitioners, governments, organizations and researchers. The task of this print is to produce, promote and integrate socio-technical research that surpasses the scientific traditions of engineering institutes. The following issues are emphasized in this journal: privacy protection, information and communication disclosures, global versus national policy applications, adaptations to technical revolution, bridging the web-engineering, architectural and infrastructure gap, knowledge sharing and information transfer, as well as web-multiculturalism. Perspectives and critiques on new technologies and relevant social themes will be included and discussed.

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JISTP - Journal of Information Systems Technology & Planning

The journal covers general topics in Information Systems Technology (IST) that has qualitative, quantitative or hybrid perspectives. JISTP examines contemporary topics with special interest to practitioners, governments and academics that pertains to organization infrastructure, management information systems, technology analysis, strategic information systems, communication transformation and decision support systems. Importantly, it highlights areas such as: (1) IST planning, technology innovation, technology models and technology services (2) Practitioners, academics and business leaders who have impact on information systems adoption, both inside and outside of their organizations, and (3) Businesses that examine their performance, strategies, processes and systems which provide further planning and prepare for the rapid technological changes.

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IJEDAS - Intellectual Journal of Electronic Data Administration Security

This journal outlines information technology development that is accelerated by global networks and relies extensively on higher-level management of information. Data administration has impact on society and therefore, the rise of electronic security is a key aspect of our knowledge and information society. The study and use of data, and the essential role of information and communication systems with its core elements of electronic processing, data, security and administration, are typical topics addressed by this journal. This journal provides research analyses on the rise of electronic networks from the perspectives of data administration and security. A delineation of the extraordinary features of security administration (e.g. information sensitivity, confidentiality, integrity, vulnerability and control) is needed to conform to intellectual legislation.

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JGIP - Journal of Global Intelligence & Policy

JGIP provides intellectual analysis on global intelligence and administrative policies. Typical papers present arguments, design and illustrations in the following themes: transparencies, immigration, social inequality, local and national security, threat-related concerns as well as environmental protection propositions. The goal of the Journal of Global Intelligence & Policy (JGIP) is to provide relevant data to the business, government, and academic communities by helping to promote the interdisciplinary exchange of ideas on a global scale. Challenges on Vulnerabilities such as effective Knowledge Sharing and Information Transfer (KSIT) and successful Global Policy Implementation (GPI) are recognized. The Journal uncovers conceptual frameworks, empirical data, and qualitative and quantitative methodologies, including triangulation approaches. Data-collection, data-merging, data assessment and cross-examination of both national and international practices are encouraged.

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IJSHIM - International Journal of Social Health Information Management

This journal provides intellectual frameworks for comprehensive and methodical research on the application of clinical care delivery, public health systems and information management in medicine. The Journal discusses activities and programs that empower health education, treatment and prevention of diseases, promotion of healthy life style and protection of the living environment. Procedures and programs such as Tele-Medicine, Physical Therapy, Psychopathy, Psychotherapy, Psychology & Pedagogy, Global Health Systems, Medical Informatics, Health Information Systems, Nutrition & Physio-Practices, Alternative Medicines, Biotechnology Management and Chemo-Technology treatments are highlighted. IJSHIM serves as a forum for the dissemination of accurate information and scholarly discourse on topical issues from local, regional, national to international levels. This intellectual manuscript incorporates original research studies, case studies, advanced literature reviews, procedural analyses, guideline descriptions, clinical developments and social health issues.

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