[AISWorld] LAST CALL for papers AMCIS 2019: Mini-Track: Problem Solving in IS: Where hardware, software, and wetware coalesce (Cancun, Mexico)

Ibtissam Zaza iz13 at my.fsu.edu
Tue Feb 26 17:18:51 EST 2019

AMCIS 2019

Cancún, México, August 15-17 2019


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Digital convergence is what enables individuals interact, communicate, collaborate and share information in many new and different ways. Yet, it has tended to focus on the ability to combine technical components and features such as voice, texts, video, pictures, broadcasts, presentation, streaming media, global connectivity and personalized services.

Mini-Track: Problem Solving in IS: Where hardware, software, and wetware coalesce

Dear Fellow Researchers,

We kindly invite you to submit your manuscripts to the AMCIS 2019 Mini-track, Problem Solving in IS: Where hardware, software, and wetware coalesce. The track is under the Cognitive Research in IS. The AMCIS 2019 conference will take place in Cancún, México, between 15th and 17th of August 2019.

Problem Solving in IS: Where Hardware, Software, and Wetware Coalesce Mini-track Description:

This minitrack explores a broad spectrum of research around the intersection of people, process, and technology. Specifically, we welcome papers that take a cognitive perspective to tackle issues related to decision making, problem-solving, and performance. We also welcome a variety of cognitive views (e.g., collective, individual, distributed) and research methods (e.g., qualitative, analytic, experimental).

You should send your paper to our mini-track if:
- It focuses on the underlying principles and concepts of decision making, problem solving, automation, or performance.
- It advances the field of IS-related cognition through the investigation of people, process and/or technologies.
- It looks at online communities and member perceptions of the value of information furnished in the community/platform.
- It investigates IT problem solving attitudes, skills, tendencies, or behaviors of individuals and/or collectives in a work context.
- It uses a cognitive perspective to explore IT problems, worker’s role(s) in solving IT problems, or the role of IT in problem solving at the organization level.

Timeline and Submission Details:

  *   March 1, 2019: AMCIS manuscript submissions closes for authors at 10:00am PST
  *   April 24, 2019: Camera-ready papers are due

We look forward to receiving your best works for the mini-track. Feel free to contact us in case of any question.


Ibtissam Zaza, PhD
College of Business
Florida State University
126 Rovetta Business Building
821 Academic Way
Tallahassee, FL 32306-1110

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