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IS Philosophy (SIGPhilosophy) [clear filter]
Friday, August 12
 

7:00am

8:30am

Information, Argumentation and Activity Systems (SIGPHIL)
Chair: Alan Litchfield - Auckland University of Technology

What is Information? Tiptoeing Towards the Philosophy of Information Systems
John Artz - The George Washington University
Recalling IBIS: Can Argumentation be Disciplined?
E Swanson - UCLA Anderson School


Friday August 12, 2016 8:30am - 10:00am
Nautilus 4

1:30pm

Practitioners, Theorizing and Cumulative Research (SIGPHIL)
Chair: Emmanuel Monod - Shanghai Jiaotong

Toward a Conceptualization of Research Output Quality
Michael Cuellar - Georgia Southern University; Hirotoshi Takeda - University Laval; Duane Truex - Georgia State University
Communicating to Practitioners through IS Research: a Descriptive Review
Nura Jabagi - Concordia University John Molson School of Business; Jinglu Jiang, Donald Maclean, Stephane Chalmeau - HEC Montreal; Junyi Yang - McGill University Desautels Faculty of Management
Progress and Stewardship in Information Systems Research: Addressing Barriers to Cumulation through Active Process Ownership
Tom Eikebrokk, Peter André Busch - Agder University

Friday August 12, 2016 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Nautilus 4

3:30pm

ERF Slam Session 9: IS in Education, IS Curriculum, Education and Teaching Cases (SIGED), Philosophy in Information Systems (SIGPHIL), Replication Research (Replication), and IS and Open Research and Practice (SIGOPEN)
Chair: Asli Akbulut - Grand Valley State University

Incorporating Entrepreneurial Excitement into the Essentials of IS Curriculum
John Muraski - University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
Evaluation of Experiential Learning in Scrum and Agile Project Management
William Hefley, Mark Thouin - University of Texas at Dallas
Walking in Someone’s Virtual Shoes: Virtual Worlds as a Tool for Developing Empathy
Rebecca Jestice - Earlham College
Experiencing the Challenges of Data Warehouse Development: Implementation of a Serious Game
Mohammed Khojah, Michael Mannino - University of Colorado Denver
Towards Greater Integrity in Online Exams
Sinjini Mitra, Mikhail Gofman - California State University, Fullerton
Social Media and Email as Moderators of Success in Formative Assessment
Chinthake Wijesooriya, Jon Heales, Peter Clutterbuck - University of Queensland
Selective Exposure: Implications for Information Elaboration in Asynchronous Online Discussions
Elahe Javadi, Nancy Novotny - Illinois State University
Traditional, Online, and Flipped: A Preliminary Analysis of Instructional Approaches on Student Performance in a C# Programming Course
Jason Sharp - Tarleton State University
Gender and Collaboration in M-Learning: A Preliminary Analysis
Iris Reychav - Ariel Univeristy; Roger McHaney - Kansas State University
Tim Olsen - Gonzaga University
Information Stopping Rules in a New Information Age
Natalie Gerhart, John Windsor - University of North Texas
Effect of Social Networks on Requirements Engineering in Open Source Projects
Deepa Gopal - Case Western Reserve University


Friday August 12, 2016 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Harbor Island 3