ECIS 2014

ECIS 2014

22nd Conference on Information Systems

Digital Work, Digital Life

We have entered an era where physical reality is increasingly entangled with digital representations. Even though we sit in a face-to-face meeting or classroom, we are checking our mobiles for texts, emails and Facebook posts, thus remaining in constant contact with distant others. Big data analytics is both helping us gain insight into our increasingly complex reality, but it is also constructing our world and our lives. And RFID and mobile technologies are creating “the Internet of things,” where inanimate objects now communicate with each another.

At ECIS 2014 we want to make the exploration of the opportunities and challenges associated with increasing digitally in both our work and everyday lives a key theme. Not only will ECIS 2014 feature conference tracks that focus on digital innovation and design, mobility and location-based business models, and big data analytics, but it will also introduce new forms of conferencing and interacting. ECIS 2014 will not only leverage digital technology for participants to meet and interact in new ways, but it will also offer a variety of presentation modalities including paper presentations, interactive posters and demos, and developmental roundtable discussions. Additionally, ECIS 2014 will include an industry track where experts in such fields as cyber security, mobile technology and digital design will share their insights.

Conference Chairs,
Dov Te’eni, Tel Aviv University
Chrisanthi Avgerou, London School of Economics

Call for Papers

ECIS 2014 – Submission Dates and Guidelines

Paper Submission begins: 1 November, 2013
Call for Papers Submission Deadline Date: 8 December, 2013
Notification of acceptance: 3 March, 2014
Panel submission deadline: 5 March, 2014
Final version of accepted papers due: 30 March, 2014
Early Bird Registration closes: 16 April, 2014

Digital Work, Digital Life Our physical reality is increasingly entangled with digital representations. We are continuously connecting to distant others via email, text and social media on our mobile devices. We rely on big data analytics to help us take action in our increasingly complex world and inanimate objects are beginning to communicate with one another in “the Internet of things.” At ECIS 2014 we want to make the exploration of the opportunities and challenges associated with increasing digitality in both our work and everyday lives a key theme. Not only will ECIS 2014 feature conference tracks that focus on digital innovation but it will also introduce new forms of conferencing and interacting. ECIS 2014 will leverage digital technology for participants to meet and interact in new ways. It will also offer a variety of presentation modalities including paper presentations, interactive posters and demos, and developmental roundtable discussions. ECIS 2014 will also include an industry track where experts in such fields as cyber security, mobile technology and digital innovation will share their insights.

http://ecis2014.eu/

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