AIS Educator Association

AIS Educator Association

Denver - June 21-24, 2018 Register Now
Call for Papers
2017 Call For Papers We invite you to participate in the 19th Annual AIS Educator Conference! EXTENDED DEADLINE - APRIL 14 2017 There are three categories for submissions: Papers or other submissions to be presented...
AIS Educator Journal
The AIS Educator Association sponsors its own peer reviewed, electronic journal, the AIS Educator Journal. It is listed at (search using "Accounting Information"). Its mission is to disseminate scholarship that will benefit AIS education....
2018 Denver
June 21-24 Denver, Colorado  

Welcome to the AIS Educator Association

The AIS Educator Association (AISEA) is a non-profit organization of Accounting Information Systems (AIS) professors and was formed in 1999 by Professor John R. “Jack” Stewart, University of Northern Colorado.

Mission and Activities

The AIS Educator Association Mission is to develop the skills of AIS educators. Our strategies to achieve this mission include:

  • Hosting an annual conference where faculty share course strategies, methods, tools, cases and other learning materials relevant to AIS education. The conference also provides an opportunity for educators to enhance their skills by providing hands-on training on technologies suitable for use in the AIS classroom.
  • Disseminating AIS research through the AIS Educator Journal.
  • Providing both online and face-to-face meeting places for educators where ideas can be shared in an inclusive and collegial manner.

Annual Conference Fee and Policy

We do not charge any annual membership fee to be a Member of the AIS Educator Association. You need to register as a member of the Association on our website to register for the Conference. You can pay the fee on our website by first signing in, then go to the Conference Info tab, then the Register Now tab, where you can pay via PayPal. Please contact our Treasurer if you are not allowed by your University policy to pay this fee using PayPal. This Conference Fee, once paid, is not refundable. We use these fees to pay for the costs of the Annual Conference, other annual operating costs of the Association, and hosting the AIS Educator Journal on our website.