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Tue, 27 Feb 2007 14:04:32 -0800
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Issue **
(apologies for cross postings)

AMCIS 2007 - Keystone, CO
August 9-12, 2007
Sponsored by AIS SIGHCI -

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: March 5, 2007 - please submit papers via the
AIS Review System -

JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUE: We are pleased to announce that The DATA BASE for
Advances in Information Systems (DATA BASE) has agreed to publish
expansions of the best, completed papers from the HCI track at AMCIS'07
(and PACIS'07). Our special thanks go to the co-editors of DATA BASE,
Dr. Tom Stafford and Dr. Patrick Chau, for their support of HCI research
and AIS SIGHCI. Please submit your paper to any of the HCI minitracks
listed below.  SIGHCI's policy regarding fast-tracking with
SIGHCI-sponsored special journal issues are available at  

SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Completed papers (maximum 5,000 words) are
welcome in all minitracks. This year, AMCIS will not have a formal
research-in-progress designation for papers.  However, this does not
preclude authors from submitting papers that describe ongoing research.
These papers will be held to the same standards and have the same
requirements as completed research papers (max. of 5,000 words). Please
see the conference site for additional details

MINITRACKS: SIGHCI is sponsoring the following 9 mini-tracks under the
HCI track at AMCIS 2007:

1) Hedonic Information Technologies: Online Games, Interactive
Entertainment, and Lifestyle Computing, Co-chairs: Ian MacInnes
([log in to unmask]), Paul Benjamin Lowry ([log in to unmask]), Greg Moody
([log in to unmask]), and Taylor Wells ([log in to unmask]).

2) Emerging Computer-Mediated Communication Tools/Technologies for
Web-based Service, Chair: Shu Schiller ([log in to unmask]).

3) Personalization Systems, Co-chairs: Il Im ([log in to unmask]), and
Hong Sheng ([log in to unmask]).

4) Emergency Response Information Systems, Co-chairs: Tung Bui
([log in to unmask]), Murray Turoff ([log in to unmask]), and Bartel Van
de Walle ([log in to unmask]). Co-sponsored by SIGHCI and SIGDSS.

5) HCI Issues in Healthcare IT, Co-chairs: Vance Wilson
([log in to unmask]), Nina McGarry ([log in to unmask]), and Ann
Fruhling ([log in to unmask]). Co-sponsored by SIGHCI and

6) HCI with Mobile Devices, Co-chairs: Peter Tarasewich
([log in to unmask]), and Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah ([log in to unmask]).
Co-sponsored by SIGHCI and SIGE-BIZ.

7) Information Visualization and Decision Support, Co-chairs: David
Schuff ([log in to unmask]) and Ozgur Turetken
([log in to unmask]). Co-sponsored by SIGHCI and SIGDSS.

8) HCI and Competitive Advantage, Co-chairs: Marilyn Tremaine
([log in to unmask]) and Jan Marco Leimeister
([log in to unmask]).

9) Interface Design, Evaluation, and Impact, Co-chairs: Matt Germonprez
([log in to unmask]) and Traci Hess ([log in to unmask]).

For more information on these mini-tracks, please refer to the Call for
Papers on the AMCIS 2007 site ( or
( If you have questions about a
specific mini-track under the HCI track, please contact the mini-track
(co)-chairs directly.

If you have questions about the HCI track, please contact Matt
Germonprez ([log in to unmask]), Traci Hess ([log in to unmask]), or Peter
Tarasewich ([log in to unmask]).

We hope to see you at AMCIS in Keystone, CO!

Matt Germonprez
Traci Hess
Peter Tarasewich
AMCIS 2007 HCI Track Co-Chairs

Traci J. Hess, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Furman Fellow
Department of Information Systems
College of Business
Washington State University
P.O. Box 644743
Pullman, WA 99164-4743
(509) 335-6353
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