Dear AIS Members
Friday, May 29th, 2020 Suffolk University
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: MARCH 27, 2020
NEAIS 2020 seeks to enhance knowledge sharing and community building among IS scholars in the Northeast. We invite submissions reflecting a plurality of perspectives on the discipline, particularly those relevant to the conference theme Role of Technology in Healthcare. The Northeast United States Association for Information Systems (NEAIS) is a chapter of the Association for Information Systems (AIS) serving members of AIS in the Northeastern United States. We welcome submissions from all IS scholars and especially encourage submissions from those in the Northeast region.
The conference will include several presentation sessions, invited keynote speakers, and panel sessions. There will be speakers from academia and industry from across the Northeast region and beyond. Students are also encouraged to submit their papers in conjunction with their advisors and present them at the conference.
Accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings provided that at least one author registers for and presents at the conference. High-quality papers will be nominated for the best paper award and fast-tracked to participating journals.
Submissions may be in the form of one or more of the following: Completed research papers, research-in-progress papers, case studies, or proposals for panel discussions. Submissions will receive reviewer feedback.
Submit your paper on or before March 27th, 2020 via the EasyChair system. Submissions should be in MS Word or PDF format. The submission template is available from here.
Completed Research: Completed research papers should be no more than 2,500 words, including all materials and sections such as figures, tables, and references.
Research-in-Progress: Research-in-progress proposals (abstracts) or a summary of tentative results of the study to date of 500-1000 words.
Panel Submissions: Individuals interested in conducting a panel dealing with technological, managerial, professional, teaching, societal, national or international issues of information technology management are invited to submit a 500-1000-word proposal covering the objectives, issues to be covered, and the names and email addresses of the panelists.
Potential Topics: Research-in-progress and panel proposals are invited in the following areas (but not limited to them):
* Accounting information systems
* Adoption and diffusion
* Artificial intelligence
* Business intelligence
* Business process design and management
* Community, development, and social informatics
* Data and information management
* Data quality
* Data warehousing
* Decision support systems