[AISWorld] Final CFP ACIS 2014 Auckland NZ - Deadline Extended to Sunday 10 Aug 2014

Felix Tan felix.tan at aut.ac.nz
Sun Aug 3 16:57:06 EDT 2014

*** Apologies for Cross Postings ***


25th Australasian Conference on Information Systems
8th - 10th December 2014 (before ICIS 2014) 
Auckland, New Zealand 




Professor Robert Davison
City University of Hong Kong
Co-EiC, Information Systems Journal

Dr Jurg von Kanel
Senior Manager
IBM Research Australia

WORKSHOP: Publishing in International Journals 
(led by Keynote Speaker Professor Robert Davison)

The Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) is the premier conference in Australasia for Information Systems. In 2014, the 25th Australasian Conference on Information Systems will be hosted by the Department of Business Information Systems at the School of Business, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. The event will take place at newly opened Sir Paul Reeves building in the heart of Auckland city from 8th-10th December 2014. Better known as the City of Sails, Auckland consistently ranks among the top 5 cities in the world to live with beaches and hiking trails to fine dining and great variety of wine to taste.

Conference Theme: Integral IS - The Embedding of Information Systems in Business, Government and Society

IS is an integral part of society. Integral is defined as: ?belonging as a part of the whole; necessary for the completeness of the whole; or as important, vital, central, and essential.?   Integral IS means information and technology seamlessly integrated into our social and working lives. As IS researchers and practitioners, we create, design, implement and maintain the systems that play an increasingly important, almost inescapable, role in our lives today.  The implementation and effects of seamless integration on such a large scale raise a number of very important issues for practice and research: issues that the Information Systems community should be taking the lead to explore and explain to the wider community. 

Conference Tracks:
- Accounting and Finance Information Systems Track
- Collaboration, Flying Solo and Emerging Information Technologies
- Discovering the Potential of Demographic and Cultural Diversity
- Electronic/Mobile Commerce and IT-enabled Supply Chain Management
- Embedding IS/IT in Healthcare
- Enterprise System Services and Management
- Information Ethics and Society
- Information Governance and Quality Management
- Information Systems and Future-focused Learning Environments
- IS Security and Privacy Management
- Knowledge Management and IS
- Social Media and Social Technologies for Organisations and Individuals
- The Borg Has Arrived: Jean-Luc, Where are you?
- General Track

Submission Types
- Full Research Papers
- Research-In-Progress Papers
- Teaching Cases
- Workshop, Tutorial and Panel Proposals
- Practitioner Reports 

ACIS 2014 calls for original, unpublished submissions in English and these must be made via the ACIS 2014 submission system. This system as well as information on paper submission format are now available at the ACIS 2014 website (see Call for Papers). All submissions will then undergo a double blind peer review process.

Important Dates:

Paper submission deadline:  1st August 2014
ACIS Doctoral Consortium:   6th - 7th December 2014
25th ACIS Conference:  8th - 10th December 2014

Conference Co-Chairs
Prof Felix B Tan (AUT University)
Prof Deborah Bunker (University of Sydney) 

Program Co-Chairs
A/Prof William Wang (AUT University)
A/Prof David Pauleen (Massey University)

Panels, Workshop and Tutorials Chair
Dr Harminder Singh (AUT University)

Doctoral Consortium Co-Chairs
Dr Angsana Techatassanasoontorn (AUT University) 
A/Prof Annette Mills (University of Canterbury)

Dr Karin Olesen (AUT University)

Organising Co-Chairs
Dr Antonio Diaz Andrade (AUT University) 
A/Prof Lech Janczewski (The University of Auckland) 

General Enquiries: 
Email acis2014 at aut.ac.nz

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