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The Ninth Annual Workshop on HCI Research in MIS
**Sunday, December 12, 2010** (Pre-ICIS) in St. Louis, Missouri


Call for Papers Top of page arrow

CALL FOR PAPERS AND POSTERS

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HCI/MIS 2010

The Ninth Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop on HCI Research in MIS Sponsored by AIS SIGHCI

*** Sunday, December 12, 2010 (One day workshop) St. Louis, Missouri ***

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IMPORTANT DATES:

Submissions Due: August 29, 2010

Acceptance Notification: October 5, 2010

Extended Abstracts Due for Proceedings: October 19, 2010

Workshop: December 12, 2010

Building upon past successes of the pre-ICIS HCI/MIS workshops as well as the tremendous interest in broad HCI issues exhibited by MIS colleagues, the AIS SIGHCI will hold its ninth annual pre-ICIS HCI/MIS research workshop prior to ICIS 2010 in St. Louis, Missouri on Sunday, December 12, 2010.

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE:

The objective of the workshop is to provide an open and constructive discussion forum of important HCI research in Information Systems that addresses the ways humans interact with information, technologies, and tasks - especially in business, managerial, organizational, social and/or cultural contexts. HCI in MIS is concerned with the macro level (versus the micro level) of Human-Computer Interaction analysis.

SPECIAL THEME PAPERS OF JAIS AND THCI:

The best, complete completed research papers from the workshop will be fast-tracked for publication consideration in the Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS) - http://aisel.aisnet.org/jais/ and AIS Transaction on Human Computer Interaction (THCI) - http://aisel.aisnet.org/thci/

SUBMISSION:

The workshop will be accepting high quality research papers (completed research or research-in-progress papers) and posters that describe novel, early, and creative research ideas. The submissions should not be currently under review elsewhere and the papers/posters should have not appeared elsewhere. Please directly email your submission to workshop program co-chairs Hock Chuan (chanhc@comp.nus.edu.sg), Xiaowen Fang (XFang@cti.depaul.edu) and Richard Johnson (RJohnson@uamail.albany.edu).

Maximum length: Completed research papers, research-in-progress papers, and posters must not exceed 14, 7, and 3 single-spaced pages, respectively. The page limit includes all text, figures, and tables, but does not include the cover page, abstract, keywords, and references.

File Formats: Only Word file formats will be accepted. All submissions must be formatted for 8.5 x 11 inch paper (1 inch = 2.5 cm) and have

1 inch margins all around. Please use Times New Roman 12-point font with single spacing for the body of the paper. The first page of the manuscript should have a title, the type of the submission (complete research, research in progress, or poster), total word count of the submission, an abstract of 150 words or less, and a list of 5-6 keywords.

Submissions will undergo a double-blind review process. Authors should agree to provide timely reviews of at most two other submissions, if requested. Manuscripts should be in MS Word format and be submitted as email attachments to the workshop program co-chairs (see below) with the subject heading "HCI/MIS workshop submission." Authors can use the body of the email as the cover letter for the submission and should ensure that their identities do not appear in any part of the manuscript.

Organizing Committees Top of page arrow

Workshop Co-chairs:

Program Co-chairs:

Local Arrangement Committee:

Panel Organizer: René Riedl, University of Linz, Austria (Rene.Riedl@jku.at)

Panel Discussion Topic: “The Potential of Neuroscience for Human-Computer Interaction Research”

Panelists:

René Riedl, University of Linz, Austria
Adriane B. Randolph, Kennesaw State University, USA
Jan vom Brocke, University of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein
Pierre-Majorique Léger, HEC Montréal, Canada
Angelika Dimoka, Temple University, USA

Advising Committee:

Izak Benbasat, University of British Columbia
Dennis Galletta, University of Pittsburgh
Kalle Lyytinen, Case Western Reserve University
Kenneth Kozar, University of Colorado
Scott McCoy, College of William & Mary
Fiona Nah, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Joe Valacich, Washington State University
Ping Zhang, Syracuse University
Jane Carey, Arizona State University West
Traci Hess, Washington State University

Program Committee:

Aditya Johri, Virginia Tech
Anne Washington, George Washington University
Annie Becker, Florida Institute of Technology
Ant Ozok, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Christina Finneran, Syracuse University
Cindy Corritore, Creighton University
Clay Looney, University of Montana
Constantinos K. Coursaris, Michigan State University
Dan J. Kim, University of Houston-Clear Lake
David Tegarden, Virginia Tech
Dianne Cyr, Simon Fraser University
Fan Zhao, Florida Gulf Coast University
Fiona Nah , University of Nebraska
Fons Wijnhoven, University of Twente
Geert Poels, Ghent University
Hee-Woong Kim, Yonsei University
Heshan Sun, University of Arizona
Howard Rosenbaum, Indiana University
Jason Bennett Thatcher, Clemson University
Jennifer Gerow, Clemson University
Jessie Pallud, Ecole de Management Strasbourg
Julian Lin, National University of Singapore
Jun Sun, University of Texas-Pan American
Kai Lim, University of Hong Kong
Kevin Craig, Clemson University
Khaled Hassanein, McMaster University
Kirk Fiedler, University of South Carolina
Linda Plotnick, Jacksonville State University
Liping Liu, University of Akron
Lucas Meertens, University of Twente
Margherita Antona, University of Crete
Miguel Aguire-Urreta, DePaul University
Milena Head, McMaster University
Nick Lockwood, Indiana University
Nolan Taylor, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Peter Polak, American University in Cairo
Peter Tarasewich,
Pimwadee Chaovalit, National Science & Technology Development Agency
Ray Henry, Cleveland State University
Robbie Nakatsu, Loyola Marymount University
Robin Poston, University of Memphis
Saggi Nevo, University at Albany, State University of New York
Samar I. Swaid, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
Sameh Al-Natour, University of British Columbia
Shuang Xu ,
Srinivasan (Chino) Rao, University of Texas at San Antonio
Stefan Holmlid, Santa Anna IT Research Institute
Steve Bellman, University of Western Australia
Suparna Goswami, Technische Universität München
Susanna S Y Ho, The Australian National University
Vance Wilson, Arizona State University
Weiyin Hong, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Wingyan Chung, Santa Clara University
Yiming Zheng, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Young Hwa Lee, University of Kansas
YoungSeek Kim, Syracuse University
Yujong Hwang, DePaul University

 

Please contact the workshop co-chairs for additional workshop information.

Dr. Dezhi Wu (SIGHCI Chair)
Assistant Professor of Information Systems
Computer Science & Information Systems Dept.
Southern Utah University
ELC 415, 351 University Blv.
Cedar City, UT 84720,
USA
Phone: 435-865-8399
Email: wu@suu.edu
http://www.suu.edu/faculty/wu

Dr. Horst Treiblmaier  
Associate Professor
Institute for Management Information Systems WU,
Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
Augasse 2-6 A-1090
Vienna,
Austria
Phone: 43-1-31336-4480

 


Workshop Information and Program Top of page arrow

SIGHCI will host the 9th pre-ICIS workshop on HCI in MIS on Sunday, December 12, 2010 in St. Louis, Missouri. The objective of the workshop is to provide an open and constructive discussion forum of important HCI research in Information Systems that addresses the ways humans interact with information, technologies, and tasks - especially in business, managerial, organizational, social and/or cultural contexts.

The 9th Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop on HCI Research in MIS received 35 submissions (18 complete research papers, 12 research-in-progress papers and 5 posters) from which 12 papers (34% acceptance rate) were accepted after a rigorous review process. Following the success of the poster session in the previous workshop, the current program features 12 posters.

For your convenience, we have also posted all accepted papers and posters to AIS e-library (http://aisel.aisnet.org/sighci2010/). For those who plan to attend the HCI workshop, you can review the papers online in advance, since we have eliminated hard copies of the workshop proceedings this year.

Pre-ICIS HCI/MIS'10 Schedule at a Glance
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Time Session Presentation
8:00-9:30 Session 1: User and Media

Chair: Constantinos Coursaris
1. Understanding Gender Differences in Media Perceptions of Hedonic Systems: A Comparison of 2D versus 3D Media, F. Nah, D. DeWester, & B. Eschenbrenner
2. Media Synchronicity and Stress in Online Interview Settings, G. Giordano, J. Stoner, P. DiGangi, & C. Lewis
3. Understanding Twitter adoption and use continuance: The Synergy between Uses and Gratifications and Diffusion of Innovations, C. Coursaris, Y. Yun, & J. Sung
9:30-9:40 Coffee Break
9:40-11:10 Session 2: Trust and Security

Chair: Shamel Addas
4. The Asymmetric Effects of Trust and Distrust: An Empirical Investigation in a Deception Detection Context, B. Xiao & I. Benbasat
5. How Explanation Adequacy of Security Policy Changes Decreases Organizational Computer Abuse, C. Posey, T.L. Roberts, P.B. Lowry, & B. Bennett.
6. The Hegelian Inquiring System and Critical Triangulation Tools for the Internet Information Slave, F. Wijnhoven, L. Meertens, & N. D. Engelse
11:10-11:20 Coffee Break
11:20-12:50 Session 3: IT Environment

Chair: Pierre-Majorique Leger
7. Influence of Supply Chain Integration and Firm Performance: The Moderating Effects of Organizational Culture, W. Ke, H. Liu, & K. K. Wei
8. IT Interruptions in Project Environments: A Taxonomy and Preliminary Performance Investigation, S. Addas & A. Pinsonneault
9. Modeling the Antecedents of Perceived Performance in Partially Distributed Teams, L. Plotnick, S. R. Hiltz, & R. J. Ocker
12:50-2:00 Lunch Break
2:00-3:00 Panel Discussion: The Potential of Neuroscience of Human-Computer Interaction Research René Riedl, University of Linz, Austria
Adriane B. Randolph, Kennesaw State University, USA
Jan vom Brocke, University of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein
Pierre-Majorique Léger, HEC Montréal, Canada
Angelika Dimoka, Temple University, USA
3:00-3:10 Coffee Break
3:10-4:40 Session 4: Users and Interactivity

Chair: Linda Plotnick
10. Understanding web site satisfaction for older adults, N. Wagner, K. Hassanein, & M. Head
11. Understanding Information Rating Intention Based on Ant Foraging Behavior, L. Xu & J. H. L. Lim
12. Psychophysiological Measures of Cognitive Absorption, P. M. Léger, F. Davis, J. Perret, & M. Dunaway
4:40-5:00 Workshop Conclusion, Poster Setup
5:00-6:00 Poster Presentations and Reception
6:15-7:30 SIGHCI Executive Meeting (The SIGHCI members and all interested parties are welcome to attend)


Registration Top of page arrow

Regular Registration Deadline: December 1, 2010 ($175/academic, $100/student, $175/guest)

Late and Onsite Registration: December 2 – 12, 2010 ($225/academic, $110/student, $225/guest)

To register please visit: http://icis2010.aisnet.org/registration.htm


Panel Discussion Top of page arrow

We are excited to have Dr. René Riedl (University of Linz, Austria), Dr. Adriane B. Randolph (Kennesaw State University, USA), Dr. Jan vom Brocke (University of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein), Dr. Pierre-Majorique Léger (HEC Montréal, Canada) and Dr. Angelika Dimoka (Temple University, USA) to conduct a panel on “The Potential of Neuroscience for Human-Computer Interaction Research”. The panel discussion will focus on investigating the potential of neuroscience for information systems research and how the application of neuroscientific approaches is also expected to significantly contribute to advancements in human-computer interaction (HCI) research. Against this background, a panel debate is organized to discuss the potential of neuroscience for HCI studies. The panel hosts an intellectual debate from different perspectives, both conceptually (from behaviorally-oriented research to design science research) and methodologically (from brain imaging to neurophysiological techniques), thereby outlining many facets that neuroscience offers for HCI research. The panel concludes that neuroscience has the potential to become an important reference discipline for the field of HCI in the future.


Accommodation Top of page arrow

 


Sponsors Top of page arrow

SIGHCI would like to express its sincere appreciation to the following sponsors. The many past and future SIGHCI activities would not be possible without their generous support.

Gold Sponsors
Department of Management, Worcester Polytechnic University
Laboratory for Information Technology Evaluation, Missouri U of Science and Technology

Silver Sponsors
SUU Department of Computer Science and Inforamtion Systems, Southern Utah University
Syracuse School of Information Studies, Syracuse University
WSU
W. Frank Barton School of Business, Wichita State University
SFU Simon Fraser University
ISYS Department of Information Systems , University of Arkansas
UMass Isenberg School of Management , University of Massachusetts

Bronze Sponsor
College of Information Science and Technology, Drexel University

Best Paper Award Top of page arrow

 

Best paper nominees:

Media Synchronicity and Stress in Online Interview Settings, (G. Giordano, J. Stoner, P. DiGangi, & C. Lewis)

Understanding Twitter Adoption and Use Continuance: The Synergy between Uses and Gratifications and Diffusion of Innovations (C. Coursaris, Y. Yun, & J. Sung)

The Hegelian Inquiring System and Critical Triangulation Tools for the Internet Information Slave (F. Wijnhoven & L. Meertens)

Information Technology Interruptions in Project Environments: A Taxonomy and Preliminary Performance Investigation (S. Addas & A. Pinsonneault)

Understanding Web Site Satisfaction for Older Adults (N. Wagner, K. Hassanein, & M. Head)

Understanding Information Rating Intention Based on Ant Foraging Behavior (L. Xu & J. H. L. Lim)

Winner:

The best paper award went to “Information Technology Interruptions in Project Environments: A Taxonomy and Preliminary Performance Investigation” by Shamel Addas and Alain Pinsonneault.


Best Reviewer Award Top of page arrow

 

Best reviewer nominees:

Jennifer Gerow

Ray Henry

Miguel Aguire-Urreta

Suparna Goswami

Cindy Corritore

Fan Zhan

Winner:

The best paper award went to Miguel Aguire-Urreta.


Photos Top of page arrow

 

Click Here to see photos from the workshop.


Workshop Conclusion Presentation Top of page arrow

 

Download the presentation here.

Workshop Summary Top of page arrow

 

The ninth Annual Workshop on HCI Research in MIS showcased high quality HCI research and attracted a large number of participants. Over 60 people participated in the one-day workshop, held in St. Louis, Missouri on Dec. 12, 2010. The workshop attracted 35 submissions, which included 18 completed research papers, 12 research-in-progress papers and 5 posters. After a rigorous review process, 12 papers were accepted for presentation at the workshop, a 34% acceptance rate. The workshop also included 12 poster presentations.

The workshop included an exciting and stimulating panel discussion on “The Potential of Neuroscience for Human-Computer Interaction Research” organized by René Riedl (University of Linz, Austria), Adriane B. Randolph (Kennesaw State University, USA), Jan vom Brocke (University of Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein), Pierre-Majorique Léger (HEC Montréal, Canada) and Angelika Dimoka (Temple University, USA). The panel discussion focused on investigating the potential of neuroscience for information systems research and how the application of neuroscientific approaches is also expected to significantly contribute to advancements in human-computer interaction (HCI) research.

In addition to the paper and poster presentations and speakers, workshop participants enjoyed continental style buffet breakfast, coffee breaks, buffet lunch, an award presentation (best paper, best reviewer, and outstanding service), and a reception at the conclusion of the workshop.

The program committee, which consisted of 62 experts in HCI/MIS, made outstanding contributions to the success of the workshop by providing high quality feedback on the submissions. The paper sessions covered a range of interesting HCI topics including user and media, trust and security, IT environment, and users and interactivity. Extensions of selected papers from the workshop will be invited to participate in a fast-tracking opportunity with the AIS Transactions on Human Computer Interaction (THCI) and Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS).

This year’s best paper award winner was determined through a rigorous review process. Of the 12 accepted submissions, four papers were selected as best paper candidates based on overall review scores, best paper nominations, and input from each of the Program Co-Chairs. Best reviewer candidates were then asked to independently rank the four best paper candidates. The best paper award went to “An Information Technology Interruptions in Project Environments: A Taxonomy and Preliminary Performance Investigation” by Shamel Addas and Alain Pinsonneault.