[AISWorld] AMCIS 2013 CFP – Interface Design, Evaluation and Impact Minitrack

Na Li nli01 at baker.edu
Thu Jan 3 10:12:03 EST 2013

19th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS’13) (
Chicago, Illinois, USA
August 15-17, 2013.

Track - Human Computer Interaction
Minitrack - Interface Design, Evaluation and Impact

This mini-track is an outlet for human-computer interaction papers that
research interface design, evaluation, and impact. It supports a
wide-ranging set of research topics, methods, and perspectives. Authors are
encouraged to submit new ways of considering HCI in light of emerging
technologies and technology trends.

We welcome submissions that fall within the list of topics provided below.
A number of papers regarding interface design, evaluation and impact have
been published at the premier IS journals in the past. Excellent conference
submissions have also been considered for fast-track options at journals
publishing HCI research.

Suggested Topics:
Possible topics include but are not limited to the following:
* Behavioral, cognitive, and motivational aspects of human/computer
* User task analysis and modeling
* The analysis, design, development, evaluation, and use of information
   o    Guidelines and standards for interface and interaction design
   o    Interface design and use for the Web, mobile devices, touch-screen
devices (e.g. tablet)
   o    User studies (including field tests) of interaction with mobile
information systems
* Usability testing for the Web, mobile, and 3-D interface
* HCI security (HCI-SEC) and privacy for interface design and interaction
* Design of trustworthy user interfaces
   o    Design of interfaces to increase trust and credibility
   o    Design of interfaces to decrease distrust, deception or privacy
* Design of hedonic and utilitarian user interfaces
* User interface design and evaluation of the Web for
   o    B2B, B2C, C2C E-Commerce or M-Commerce
   o    Government to Consumer or Business E-commerce
   o    Group collaboration
   o    Negotiation and auction
   o    Virtual World
* The impact of interface design or usability on the attitudes, behaviors,
performance, perceptions, or productivity of individuals, organizations,
and society
* HCI issues related to the elderly, the disabled, and other special needs
* Design and analysis of wearable, pervasive, or ubiquitous systems and
* Issues in teaching and designing HCI courses or programs
* Human factors issues related to the design and use of information systems
* Case studies looking at interface or interaction design and usability

Important Dates:
Jan 4, 2013      Paper submissions open on Bepress system (new for AMCIS)
Feb 22, 2013    Paper submissions deadline 11:59 p.m. Central Time
April 17-19, 2013   Notification of paper acceptance
May 9, 2013         Camera-ready copy of accepted papers due

Submission Site:
Instructions for authors and more information about the conference is
forthcoming on the conference website at http://amcis2013.aisnet.org/.

Minitrack Co-Chairs:

Younghwa “Gabe” Lee, Ph.D.
Management Information Systems
College of Business Administration
University of Northern Iowa
263 Curris Business Building
Cedar Falls, IA 50613
Tel: (319) 273-6135
E-Mail: gabe.lee at uni.edu

Na "Lina" Li, Ph.D.
Information Systems
Center for Graduate Studies
Baker College
1116 W. Bristol Road, Flint, MI 48507
Tel: (810) 766-2163
Email: na.li at baker.edu

Anna L. McNab, Ph.D.
Commerce Department
Niagara University
P.O. Box 2201
Niagara University, NY 14109
Tel: (716)286-8142
Email: amcnab at niagara.edu

Best regards,

Na "Lina" Li, Ph.D.
Director, M.S. in Information Systems Program
Baker College, Center for Graduate Studies
nli01 at baker.edu
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