The proceedings are published in the fall by Information Systems & Computing Academic Professionals (ISCAP) and represent the papers, panels, workshops and teaching cases presented at EDSIGCON. Copyright for individual papers is retained by the authors of those papers. Papers submitted prior to the July deadline are eligible for consideration and potential publication in the Information Systems Education Journal (ISEDJ), which is Cabell’s listed with 38% acceptance rate or in our new journal - Cybersecurity Pedagogy and Practice Journal (CPPJ). The best paper from EDSIGCON will be given consideration for publication in the Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE). Journal accepted papers will be listed in the proceedings with an abstract and reference to the journal publication.
Papers were reviewed blindly by at least three independent reviewers and judged on their contribution to the field of information systems education. Papers were either accepted, conditionally accepted, or rejected. The authors of accepted papers were required to address reviewer comments in the final version, and authors of conditionally accepted papers provided comments on their revisions to the conference papers chairs for secondary review and evaluation. If deemed necessary by the papers committee, resubmitted papers underwent a third review. Accepted papers that were not deemed ready for full presentation were accepted as works in progress and published either as abstracts only or as short, abbreviated papers. Refereed (accepted) papers are denoted as "Category: Refereed Paper" or "Category: Refereed Work in Progress." All authors were permitted to make final revisions to their papers after presenting but before the proceedings went to press.