ACIS2019 Tracks

IS Philosophy, Theory, and Research Methods

We invite submissions that address the philosophical, theoretical, and methodological foundations and practices of Information Systems (IS) research. This interesting track has regularly included award-winning papers at past ACIS conferences. We seek contributions that critically assess and reflect on the motivations, assumptions, methods and consequences of IS research in general and in light of emergent… Continue Reading IS Philosophy, Theory, and Research Methods

Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities (DH) brings together multidisciplinary methods and modes of inquiry to the study of the role, impact and utility of information communication technologies (ICTs) related to society and culture. DH is messy, complex, humanistic, and beautiful, providing opportunities for Information Systems (IS) scholars to create and study systems of interactions, representation and memory. There… Continue Reading Digital Humanities

IS Education, Curriculum and Teaching Cases

IS and IT education is required to not only produce high-quality ICT professionals but it must also be adaptive to the changing landscape while encouraging innovation that has relevance, sustainability and creativity. The focus on sustainability highlights the drive for educators to exploit technology in ways that demonstrate long-term impact and improved business acumen. The… Continue Reading IS Education, Curriculum and Teaching Cases

Resilience and Sustainability

The Organisational Resilience and Sustainability track aim to explore resilience and sustainability in organisational and societal contexts. Organisational resilience has been defined as the ability of an organisation or other social entity to accommodate the effects of ‘environmental’ change. These effects may be short or long term and operate over local, regional or global extents.… Continue Reading Resilience and Sustainability

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