2013 Pre-ICIS Workshop

The Twelfth Annual Pre-ICIS HCI/MIS Research Workshop



HCI/MIS 2013

The 12th Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop on HCI Research in MIS Sponsored by AIS SIGHCI

*** Sunday, December 15, 2013 (One day workshop) in Milan, Italy ***



Submissions Due: August 26, 2013

Acceptance Notification: September 30, 2013

Extended Abstracts Due for Proceedings: October 14, 2013

Workshop: December 15, 2013

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 twelfth annual pre-ICIS HCI/MIS research workshop prior to ICIS 2013 in Milan, Italy on Sunday, December 15, 2013.

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE (registration required):

  • Paper discussions: 8:00am-9:00am and 10:20am-3:00pm with networking opportunities during several coffee breaks and the lunch break.
  • Panel discussion on social networking : 9:10-10:10 am. Panelists: Izak Benbasat (University of British Columbia), Viswanath Venkatesh (University of Arkansas), Gerald Kane (Boston College), Camille Grange (HEC Montréal).
  • Poster Presentations and Doctoral Student Roundtable Paper Discussions: 3:20-4:00 pm.
  • Business meeting (open to all, registration is not required): 4:00-5:00 pm.


The objective of the workshop is to provide an opportunity for HCI researchers to come together and build a dynamic community for open and constructive discussions and exchange of ideas.


The workshop will include paper and poster presentations, a panel discussion, and a roundtable session.

If you are a doctoral student and your research falls under the broad domain of Human-Computer Interaction, you may be interested in submitting your work to this inaugural roundtable. It is being organized with the aim of showcasing doctoral student led research, while further supporting students through feedback provided by a number of seasoned HCI scholars. Each accepted doctoral student led research paper will be assigned to one table with the author in attendance, and a discussion of the research will be led by a senior HCI scholar.

The workshop concludes with a business meeting. This meeting is open to all SIGHCI members as well as to all of those non-members who are interested in SIGHCI.


The workshop will be accepting high quality research papers as completed or research-in-progress papers, or doctoral student led roundtable papers. Additionally, the workshop will be accepting work that describes novel, early, and creative research ideas as posters. Authors should identify their submission as “Completed Research”, “Research in Progress”, “Posters”, or “Doctoral Student Roundtable Paper” on the first page below the title. Submissions will undergo a double-blind review process. The submissions should not be currently under review elsewhere, and they should have not appeared elsewhere. All accepted submissions will be published in the workshop proceedings, which are available electronically in the AIS digital library.

Manuscripts should be submitted as email attachments to the workshop program co-chairs at () 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.


Maximum length: Completed research papers, research-in-progress papers,  doctoral student roundtable papers, and posters must not exceed 14, 7, 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.


The best, 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


Workshop Co-chairs:

Program Co-chairs:


Shamel Addas, IESEG School of Management 
Theophilus B. A. Addo, San Diego State University 
Rachel Adler, CUNY Graduate Center 
Sameh Al-Natour, University of British Columbia 
Nimer Alrushiedat, Cal State Fullerton 
Khedhaouria ANIS, Montpellier Business School 
Margherita Antona, ICS-Forth 
Andre Araujo, College of William and Mary 
Ofer Arazy, University of Alberta 
Vahid Assadi, McMaster University 
Annie Becker, Florida Institute of Technology 
Steve Bellman, Murdoch University 
Yvette Blount, Macquarie University 
David Bodoff, University of Haifa Haifa, Israel 
Sonia Camacho, McMaster University 
Hock Chan, National University of Singapore 
Amy Connolly, University of South Florida 
Constantinos Coursaris, Michigan State University 
Jacquelyn Cunningham, Walden University 
Andries Cupido, University of Groningen 
Dianne Cyr, Simon Fraser University 
John D’Ambra, The University of New South Wales 
Fred Davis, University of Arkansas 
James Downey, University of Central Arkansas 
Andrea Everard, University of Delaware 
Xiaowen Fang, DePaul University 
Ian Fernander, The Central Bank of The Bahamas
Kirk Fiedler, University of South Carolina 
Marina Fiedler, University of Passau 
Robert Fuller, University of Tennessee 
James Gaskin, Case Western Reserve University 
Jennifer Gerow, Virginia Military Institute 
Suparna Goswami, Technische Universität München 
Mary Granger, George Washington University 
Milena Head, McMaster University
Shuyuan Ho, Florida State University 
Susanna Ho, The Australian National University 
Yujong Hwang, DePaul University
Il Im, Yonsei University 
Ken Kendall, Rutgers University 
Junghwan Kim, Texas Tech University 
Hee-Woong Kim, Yonsei University, Graduate School of Information 
Kun Chang Lee, Sungkyunkwan University 
Hong Joo Lee, The Catholic University of Korea 
Youngeun Lee, Fordham University 
Pierre-Majorique Leger, HEC Montreal 
Jan Marco Leimeister, Kassel University 
Honglei Li, Swansea University 
Gen-Yih Liao, Chang Gung University 
Liping Liu, University of Akron 
Eleanor Loiacono, WPI 
Jorg Mayer, University of St. Gallen 
Alanah Mitchell, Appalachian State University 
Anitawati Mohd Lokman, Univerisiti Teknologi MARA 
Greg Moody, UNLV 
Audrey Moran-Murphy, Fielding Graduate University 
Fiona Nah, Missouri University of Science and Technology 
Lorne Olfman, Claremont Graduate University 
Colin Onita, University of Akron 
Valerie Owens, Anderson University 
Ant Ozok, University of Maryland Baltimore Campus 
Jessie Pallud, Ecole de Management Strasbourg 
Peter Polak, American University in Cairo 
Robin Poston, University of Memphis 
Adriane Randolph, Kennesaw State University 
Srinivasan (Chino) Rao, Univ. of Texas at San Antonio 
Rene Riedl, University of Linz 
Thomas Schuster, FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik 
Michael Scialdone, Syracuse University 
Ryan Shuetzler, University of Arizona 
Tom Stafford, University of Memphis 
Heshan Sun, Clemson University 
Zorana Svedic, Simon Fraser University 
Thant Syn, University of Miami 
Chee-Wee Tan, Copenhagen Business School 
Jian Tang, Syracuse University 
Monideepa Tarafdar, The University of Toledo 
David Tegarden, Virginia Tech 
Jennifer Thomas, Pace University 
Ozgur Turetken, Ryerson University 
Nicole Velasquez, Utah State 
Anne Washington, George Washington University 
Mary Beth Watson-Manheim, University Illinois Chicago 
Brian Wentz, Keystone College 
Vance Wilson, Worcester Polytechnic Institute 
Dezhi Wu, Southern Utah University 
David (Jingjun) Xu, Wichita State University 
Benjamin Yen, The University of Hong Kong 
Fatemah “Mariam” Zahedi, University of Wisconsini – Milwaukee 
Cheng, Zhang Fudan University 
Yuxiang Zhao, Fan, Zhao Florida Gulf Coast University 
Jack Guangzhi Zheng, Southern Polytechnic University


Pre-ICIS HCI/MIS’13 Workshop Schedule at a Glance

Sunday December 15, 2013, 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM







Session 1:

Chair: Amber Young

1. Genetic Basis of Behavioral Security, by Dennis Galletta and Rachel Chung *

2. Are You Annoyed? The Effects of Mobile Device User Interface and Intrusiveness of Security Notifications on User Security Perceptions, by Gregory Moody and Dezhi Wu

3. How do You Choose What to Use? Technology Choice When You Have So Much, by Tamilla Mavlanova, Sidne Ward, and Mark Silver

10 min presentation followed by 10 min Q/A for each paper




Session 2:

Panel Discussion




Session 3:

Chair: Sidne Ward

1. The Persuasive Effect of Privacy Recommendations for Location Sharing Services, by Bart P. Knijnenburg, and Hongxia Jin*

2. Forced or Inspired: Understanding Consumers’ Cognitive Appraisals and Behavioral Responses towards Online Advertising, by Jian Tang and Ping Zhang

3. Emotional Labor in the Moderation of Online Communities, by Amber Young, Shaila Miranda, and Jama Summers

10 min presentation followed by 10 min Q/A for each paper




Session 4:

Chair: Mary Dunaway

1. A Contextual Messaging Framework: Informing the Design of Effective Social Media Marketing Messages, by Constantinos K. Coursaris and Wietske van Osch

2. IT Interruptions and Coordination Effectiveness in Software Development Groups: A Conceptual, Multilevel Model, by Shamel Addas and Alain Pinsonneault

3. Information Sharing in the Context of Social Media: An Application of the Theory of Reasoned Action and Social Capital Theory, by Xiaolin Lin, Mauricio Featherman, and Saonee Sarker

10 min presentation followed by 10 min Q/A for each paper




Session 5:

Chair: Constantinos Coursaris

1. An Empirical Investigation of the Impact of Online Product Presentation on Hedonic Web Shopping, by Eric Lim, Chee-Wee Tan, Dongback Seo, Dianne Cyr, and Karsten de Vries

2. Priming System 1 Influences User Acceptance, by Hans van der Heijden*

3. On the Impact of Stereo 3D Image on User Learning in the Web Environment, by Heshan Sun and Mary A. Peterson

10 min presentation followed by 10 min Q/A for each paper


Workshop Conclusion and Awards


Round Table Discussions and Poster Session


Doctoral Student Round Table Discussions
1. Does Human Warmth Matter? – An Experiment on User Profiles in Initial Business Interaction, by Nicolai Walter 
2. Information Technology Addiction: Construct Development and Effects on Work Performance, by Sander Paul Zwanenburg 
3. IS cognitive Load: An Examination of Measurement Convergence, by Mary M. Dunaway and Zachary R. Steelman

1. A First Perspective on Requirements of New-Generation Managers for Collaboration Technology to be Integrated into Management Support Systems, by Hannes Feistenauer, Reiner Quick, and Jörg H. Mayer 
2. App-Like Mobile Optimization and User Experience, by Soussan Djamasbi, Wilman Gomez, Georgi Kardzhaliyski, Tammy Liu, and Frank Oglesby 
3. Applying Extended Adaptive Structuration Theory to Qualitative Research on Human-Computer Interaction, by Michael J. Scialdone and Ping Zhang 
4. Cognitive Workload Induced by Information Systems: Introducing an Objective Way of Measuring based on Pupillary Diameter Responses, by Ricardo Buettner, Barbara Daxenberger, Andreas Eckhardt, and Christian Maier 
5. Investigating the Effect of Input Device on Memory Retrieval: Evidence from Theta and Alpha Band Oscillations, by Seyedmohammadmahdi Mirhoseini, Pierre-Majorique Leger, Sylvain Senecal, Marc Fredette, Ann-Frances Cameron, and René Riedl 
6. Multimedia in Requirements Elicitation: When to Show, to Speak, to Animate, or to Simulate, by Michaela Luecke, Chen Zhang, and William J. Kettinger
7. Not Right Now! Cognitive and Behavioral Impacts of IT interruption Timing, by Shamel Addas and Christopher M. Conway
8. Selective Attention in Viewing Webpages: The Effects of Perceptual Salience and Content Relevance on Attention and Memory, by Cheng Luo and Zhenhui Jiang
9. The Role of Content and Interface Design in Mobile Tablet Training, by Dezhi Wu and Iris Reychav
10. Using Lexicons Obtained from Online Reviews to Classify Computer Games, by Miaoqi Zhu and Xiaowen Feng
11. What Do Patients Want? Medical Expertise vis-a-vis Peer Support: Visitor Behaviors in Healthcare Social Infomediaries, by Dobin Yim and Young Eun Lee

4:00 – 5:00

Business Meeting


Best paper nominees:

“Genetic Basis of Behavioral Security” Dennis Galletta and Rachel Chung

“The Persuasive Effect of Privacy Recommendations for Location Sharing Services” Bart P. Knijnenburg, and Hongxia Jin

“Priming System 1 Influences User Acceptance” Hans van der Heijden


The best paper award went to “The Persuasive Effect of Privacy Recommendations for Location Sharing Services” by Bart P. Knijnenburg and Hongxia Jin


Best reviewer nominees:

Gregory Moody, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Sameh A. Al Natour, University of British Columbia

Chee-Wee Tan, Copenhagen Business School


The best reviewer award went to Chee-Wee Tan, Copenhagen Business School.


Soussan Djamasbi was the recipient of the Outstanding Service Award for her outstanding leadership as the Chair of SIGHCI (2012-2013) and as the Co-Chair of SIGHCI workshops at ICIS 2012 and 2013.

Greg Moody was the recipient of the Special Service Award for his excellent service as the SIGHCI newsletter editor from 2009 – 2013.


Over 40 people participated at the Twelfth Annual Workshop on HCI Research in MIS, held in Milan Italy on December 15, 2013. The workshop attracted 40 submissions, which included 22 completed research papers, 12 research-in-progress papers, 2 posters, and 4 PhD student roundtables. After a rigorous review process, 12 research papers were accepted for presentation at the workshop, a 33% acceptance rate. The workshop also included 11 poster presentations. In addition, the workshop featured a panel discussion on social networking led by Izak Benbasat. We were excited to offer PhD round table discussions where senior faculty provided feedback to doctoral students conducting HCI research in MIS.

The program committee and a record number of reviewers made outstanding contributions to the success of the workshop by providing high quality and timely feedback on the submissions. As in previous SIGHCI workshops, the best paper award winner was determined through a rigorous review process. Of the 9 accepted submissions, three papers were selected as best paper candidates based on overall review scores, best paper nominations, and input from each of the Program Co-Chairs. Out of these three papers, one was selected as the best paper based on another set of independent rankings by best reviewer candidates.

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