About the Journal

The AIS Educator Association sponsors its own peer reviewed, electronic journal, the AIS Educator Journal. It is listed at Cabells.com (search using “Accounting Information”). Its mission is to disseminate scholarship that will benefit AIS education. By adopting the electronic format, the AIS Educator Journal can permit new and different forms of expression. Articles can be accompanied by lengthy case problems, complex diagrams, student files, programming code and other electronic media.

Read the Journal

The journal is freely available to the public, and can be accessed at http://www.aisej.com.

Submit to the Journal

The journal welcomes submissions that contribute to the goals of the AIS Educator Association. All manuscripts are evaluated using a double-blind review process. Articles should be submitted electronically to the editor at AISEJ@aiseducators.com. Submission and style guidelines can be found here.

Solution Sets to Journal Problems

As a special service for AIS Educators Association Members, who have attended the AIS Educator Conference at least once in most recent three years, teaching notes and solutions to problems set forth in the journal are provided here.

Journal Staff


Ronald J. Daigle – Sam Houston State University
David C. Hayes – James Madison University

Associate Editor

Del DeVries – Belmont University
Bonnie Klamm – North Dakota State University
Conni Lehmann – University of Houston – Clear Lake
Joann Segovia – Winona State University
Marcia Watson – UNC Charlotte

Editorial Board

Deniz Appelbaum – Rutgers University
Patti Brown – The University of Texas at Austin
Joshua Dennis – Indiana University
Dawna Drum – University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire
Bill Elliott – Oral Roberts University
Kurt Fanning – Grand Valley State University
Cynthia Frownfelter-Lohrke – Samford University
Bachman Fulmer – California State University, Fullerton
Sonia Gantman – Providence College
Margaret Garnsey – Siena College
William Graves – Bemidji State University
Richard Henage – Westminster College
David Henderson – UMW
Rick Huff – Colorado State University-Pueblo
Amy Igou – University of Northern Iowa
Lori Johnson – Minnesota State University Moorhead
Lane Lambert – University of West Florida
Sharon Levin – University of Maryland University College
Cathleen McQuillen – Georgian Court University
Partha Mohapatra – Texas Tech University
Janette Moody – The Citadel
Pankaj Nagpal – Connecticut State University
Pam Neely – The College at Brockport, SUNY
Ann O”Brien – University of Wisconsin – Madison
Betsy Pierce – Saginaw Valley State University
Jennifer Riley – University of Nebraska – Omaha
Brad Schafer – Kennesaw State University
Pamela Schmidt – Washburn University
Gary Schneider – Retired
Eileen Shifflett – James Madison University
Georgia Smedley – University of Missouri-Kansas City
Neal Steed – Georgian Court University
Robert Stone – University of Idaho
Ryan Teeter – University of Pittsburgh
Chelley Vician – University of St. Thomas
Ting (TJ) Wang – Governors State University
Skip White – University of Delaware
Veronda Willis – University of Texas at Tyler
Wallace Wood – Cincinnati
Rabih Zeidan – Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi