AMCIS 2021 TREO Chairs are excited to once again offer Teaching, Research, Education and Opinion (TREO) sessions to provide attendees a platform to present their research ideas, education papers, or opinion papers covering any area of IS or IT to get feedback from session attendees. This year’s TREO sessions offer many new and innovative advancements […]
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AMCIS 2021 will give authors the ability to present their research and receive feedback on research-in-progress or research ideas. Emergent Research Forum (ERF) papers will be submitted to a mini-track and double-blind reviewed. If accepted, authors will present their work at AMCIS 2021. ERF’s will have more presentation time during this year’s virtual conference.
This year at AMCIS 2021, the Best Paper Awards are adopting new ways of acknowledging and presenting the winners. The “Top 25%” of papers and winners will earn a badge that will be attached to their articles in the AIS eLibrary and also showcased in the conference proceedings. Monica Garfield, AIS VP Region 1, and […]
AMCIS 2021 will be offering the Paper Development Sprint for the first time. This initiative was developed by the AMCIS conference committee in partnership with four participating SIG/Tracks (SIG Lead, SIG IT Project Management, SIG Green and SCUIDT). The objective of the Paper Development Sprint is to assist authors in the rapid development and revision […]