The Journal of Technology in Human Services is the official journal of husITa. Formerly known as Computers in Human Services it was launched in 1985 as a Haworth Press publication. Professor Dick Schoech, professor of social work at the University of Texas at Arlington is its founding editor. The Journal of Technology in Human Services is a peer-reviewed, refereed journal now published by Taylor & Francis. Its scope includes the potential of information and communication technologies in mental health, developmental disability, welfare, addictions, education, and other human services.
To access a table of contents of the current issue go to this page, then select Alert me (just below the image of the journal): from there you can select email or RSS updates.
Members of the husITa mailing list can subscribe to the online version of the Journal of Technology in Human Services for $30 per year, and the online and paper versions for $60 per year, considerably lower than the publishers normal subscription rates. To receive this special rate, sign up for the HUSITA mailing list then email Taylor & Francis asking to subscribe to the Journal of Technology in Human Services.
In addition to our official journal some husITa members collaborate in an open group on Mendeley where you can view and add human service technology references. Please feel free to join the Mendeley group and add to the collection if you are interested.