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We would like to invite you to submit to the research track "HCI in a Sharing Society" at the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) 2019 in Stockholm, Sweden, June 12-14, 2019.

Please forward this CFP to interested colleagues and students.

Track Title:
HCI in a Sharing Society

Track Chairs:
* Mikko Rajanen, University of Oulu, Finland. ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>) [Corresponding chair]
* Jose Abdelnour-Nocera, University of West London, UK. ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> )
* Torkil Clemmensen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>)
* Dorina Rajanen, University of Oulu, Finland. ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>)

Track Description:
The socio-technical systems design approach has had a long history of influencing the systems design by considering human, social, technical and organisational factors (Trist and Bamford, 1951; Mumford,1999; Mumford, 2000; Bjørn-Andersen & Clemmensen, 2017). With the HCI in a Sharing Society we aim to energize the underlying premise of socio-technical thinking. The design of information systems should take into account both social and technical factors that influence the design and use of information systems, as opposed to techno-centric approaches to information systems design not taking into account the human and social aspects. However, the socio-technical approach is still not widely utilized in the IS and HCI discourses today, lacking theoretical models, conceptualizations and case studies. Some areas of HCI have been influenced by socio-technical approaches, such as usability and user-centered design, but there is still a lack of studies on how these socio-technical aspects might influence the interaction design and user experience of a complex and multifaceted information system.

The goal of this track is to develop the field of HCI in a Sharing Society in general and in particular bridge to socio-technical approaches. By this, we mean the systematic and constructive use of sociotechnical thinking, approach, principles and methods thorough the HCI design process from the requirements gathering, specification, design, testing, evaluation, operation and evolution of information systems from human, social, technical and organisational perspectives. This track aims to raise awareness of the socio-technical aspects in HCI research and practice, and therefore the theme bridges from previous years conferences into the current and future conferences. Socio-technical HCI analyses are emerging as essential in the evolution of the Sharing Society and the development of information systems and advanced digital technologies required for this transformation. While we aim to develop the socio-technical HCI, the track is open to all research approaches and topics related to HCI.

Possible topics include but are not limited to:
* HCI for information systems in a Sharing Society
* Usability, user experience research, usability testing and interaction design
* Theory development, theory building, and theory testing in socio-technical HCI
* Conceptualization and operationalization of the concepts related to socio-technical HCI
* HCI for Collaborative Consumption
* HCI for International Development
* Employee-driven design of work from a socio-technical HCI perspective
* Case studies of socio-technical design and developments in HCI
* Incorporating socio-technical perspective into existing HCI theory and methods
* Methods and processes for socio-technical HCI
* Business cases for socio-technical HCI
* Cost-benefit analysis for socio-technical HCI
* Socio-technical HCI for distributed work
* Socio-technical HCI in health IS
* Evaluation techniques and metrics for socio-technical HCI
* Novel applications of socio-technical HCI theories, techniques and methodologies in IS development
* Explorations and creative investigations of emerging issues related to the socio-technical HCI
* Case studies of socio-technical HCI
* Standards related to HCI
* Ethical aspects of socio-technical HCI in a sharing society
* Usability, UX and HCI in games and gamification
* User centred desig
* Universal usability
* Emotions in HCI
* Psychophysiological measurements in HCI
* Other topics focusing on HCI

Submission Process:
* Submission Deadline: 27.11.2018
* Notification Due: 28.02.2019
* Final Version Due: 31.03.2019

ECIS 2019 website:<>
ECIS 2019 information to authors:

Dr. José Abdelnour Nocera
Associate Professor in Sociotechnical Design
School of Computing and Engineering
Head of Sociotechnical Centre for Innovation and User Experience
University of West London
St Mary’s Road, Ealing – London W5 5RF

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