International Journal of Cyber Society and Education
The IJCSE is a double-blind referred academic journal for all fields of cyber society and education, such as following topics. All theoretical, empirical and applied manuscripts will be considered for publication. 
ISSN 1995-6649 IJCSE Int. j. cyber soc. educ. International journal of cyber society and education


All theoretical, empirical and applied manuscripts will be considered for publication.

Applications of e-learning

Campus information systems

Computer aided assessments

Computer and education

Crime prevention in cyber society

Cyber law and cyber crime

Cyber sex and cybering

E-learning evaluation and content

E-learning technologies, standards and systems

Ethic in cyber society

Information and society

Intellectual property 

Internet addiction

Internet security

Knowledge management

Marketing and promoting e-learning

Mobile learning

Multimedia in e-learning

Online friendship and virtual relationship

Organization learning

Practices and cases in e-learning 

Practices and cases in cyber society

Role and mission of cyber police

Social benefits of e-learning

Social communications on the internet 

Systems and technologies issues

Technology adoption and diffusion

Trust and privacy issues in cyber society

Virtual learning environments 

Other relative topics

Information for Authors
Before submitting the manuscript, the author should have his/her paper proofread for grammatical and spelling corrections as well as the readability of the paper. 
The IJCSE is a double-blind referred academic journal. Each manuscript would be reviewed by the editor for general suitability. If it is judged suitable, a double-blind review process takes place. Based on the recommendations of the reviewers, the editor then decides whether the article should be acceptable.

The evaluation period is short. Usually we evaluate manuscript within two to three month or less. Please remind us if you do not receive the review results after two month. 

It is requested that authors should have their paper checked with a native English speaker colleague or professional for English syntax, grammar, etc before submission. Manuscript with serious writing problems cannot be accepted.


Submission Fee and Pages Charge

No submission fee is required. However, the IJCSE imposes page fees on all accepted manuscripts. These fees are necessary to offset the very substantial cost of putting a manuscript into print. The page fee is $25.00 (US$) per page and is due only if the manuscript is accepted for publication.