[AISWorld] Final Call - AMCIS 2014 Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Studies in Information Systems Track
Khawaja Asjad Saeed
khawaja_s at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 28 12:59:15 EST 2014
AMCIS 2014 Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Track, Sponsored by SIGHCI You are invited to submit papers to the AMCIS 2014 HCI Track, which will provide a forum for AIS members to present, discuss, and explore a wide range of issues related to Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) with Information Systems (IS). These issues include the history, foundation disciplines, theories, practice, methodologies and techniques, new developments, and applications concerning the interaction between humans, information, information systems, and technology. In an effort to bridge academia and industry, papers may range from formal research studies to those based on experiences, real-world observations, and expert opinion. The Track is open to all types of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies (including conceptualization, theorization, case study, action research, experimentation, field study, survey, and simulation). We also welcome visionary articles, interactive demonstrations, and research in progress papers.
Below is a list of mini-tracks for the HCI track at AMCIS 2014: Design, Evaluation, and Implications of Online Communication TechnologiesHCI Issues in MobilityInterface Design, Evaluation and ImpactNegative Cognitions about Information SystemsPersonalization Technologies and ImpactsTrust, Privacy, and Risk in Information Systems
The descriptions of the above mini-tracks can be found at: http://amcis2014.aisnet.org/index.php/track-list/77-amcis-2014/98 Submission Process:Paper submissions must be made electronically through ScholarOne (http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/amcis2014). Papers will be peer reviewed using a double-blind system. Important Dates:January 5, 2014: Manuscript Central Opens for Paper SubmissionsMarch 1, 2014: Submissions DueApril 4, 2014: Author Notification of AcceptanceApril 18, 2014: Author’s Revisions Due DateApril 25, 2014: Camera-Ready Copy Due More information is available at http://amcis2014.aisnet.org/ . Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Co-Chairs, AMCIS 2014 HCI TrackDezhi Wu, Southern Utah University, dezhi.wu at gmail.comKhawaja A. Saeed, Wichita State University, Khawaja.Saeed at wichita.edu Na “Lina” Li, Baker College, nli01 at baker.edu
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