[AISWorld] Call for papers - AMCIS 2014 mini track on Personalization Technologies and Impacts

Sheng, Hong hsheng at mst.edu
Mon Feb 17 21:17:55 EST 2014

Conference Timeline and Venue:
August 7-10, 2014, AMCIS 2014 Savannah, Georgia

January 5, 2014 - Manuscript submissions open
March 1, 2014 - Final day for manuscript submissions
April 4, 2014 – Author notification

Your submissions are welcomed at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/amcis2014


Rapid advancements in mobile technologies and increasing accessibility to big data and social networks have made personalization common and challenging in today’s computing environment. As an important concept in IS research, personalization has been received considerable attention from both academia and industry. This mini-track addresses all issues related to designing, developing, implementing, and evaluating personalization technologies from the technical, behavioral, economic, or managerial perspectives.  Through this mini-track, we aim to examine personalization technologies, users’ attitude, intention, and perception towards personalization, the impacts of personalization, and better ways for personalizing products and services. We welcome empirical research through quantitative or qualitative methodologies, analytical modeling approaches, case studies of implementations, and experimental or prototyping-based studies.

Suggested topics (but not limited to these):

•      Understanding of personalization definition, conceptualization, and processes in today’s Internet and mobile environments
•      Personalization in social network services (SNS)
•      Personalization technologies in big data
•      Personalized e-government technologies
•      Personalized e-health technologies
•      Personalized e-commerce technologies
•      Personalized educational technologies
•      Personalized ICT technologies for virtual teams, e-collaboration and other business processes
•      Factors influencing users’ adoption, acceptance and usage of  personalized products/services
•      Impact of personalization technologies on users’ behavior
•      Personalization-privacy paradox (e.g., trade-offs between personalization and privacy concerns)
•      Metrics for personalization successCross-cultural issues of personalization
•      Best practices of personalization

Mini-track Chair(s):

Il  Im
Associate Professor
School of Business
Yonsei University
50 Yonsei-ro, Seodaemun-gu
Seoul, 120-749, Korea
Tel: +82-2-2123-5480
Fax: +82-2-364-7828
Email: il.im at yonsei.ac.kr

Hong Sheng
Associate Professor
Department of Business and Information Technology
106B, Fulton Hall
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Rolla, MO 65409
Phone: 573-341-4418
Fax: 573-341-4812
E-mail: hsheng at mst.edu<mailto:hsheng at mst.edu>

Hong Sheng, Ph. D.
Associate Professor
Department of Business and Information Technology
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Rolla, MO 65401

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