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Dear All,

Thanks to Dennis Galletta who is the program co-chair of ICIS
(International Conference on Information Systems) for 2005, there will
be a HCI track again, 2nd year in a row! This is great news for those of
us who are doing research in this area! Please consider submitting your
work to the HCI track and spread the words to your colleagues who may be
interested too. With the great leadership of Kar Yan Tam and Jane
Webster, and a great team of AEs, this track is expected to be another
successful one!

Please also keep in mind that the annual pre-ICIS HCI workshop
(normally fast track best papers to a top MIS journal after the
workshop) will also accept submissions, normally after ICIS decisions
are made. So you have more opportunities to gain feedback and develop
your research works to reach the ultimate outlets of your choice.

See more details on ICIS05 HCI track below.


Dr. Ping Zhang    Associate Professor   School of Information Studies
Hinds Hall 328    Syracuse University    Syracuse, NY 13244     
Phone: (315) 443-5617  Fax: (315) 443-5806   Email: [log in to unmask]    AIS SIGHCI: 
AMIS Volumes on HCI in MIS: 

>>> "Dennis Galletta" <[log in to unmask]> 2/16/2005 2:23:47 PM >>>
Dear ISWorld Community:

As Program Co-Chairs of ICIS 2005, David Avison and I 
are very happy to report that, because of strong demand 
and interest in HCI, an additional track has been added to 
the program. We are equally proud to have secured
our first two choices as co-chairs: Jane Webster (from 
Region 1) and Kar Yan Tam (from Region 3).  They have 
provided the following description of the
track and list of Associate Editors:


Kar Yan Tam (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China)
Jane Webster (Queens University, Canada)

Track Description:

Human-computer interaction, or "the interaction 
between humans, information, technologies, and tasks, 
especially in business, managerial, organizational,
and cultural contexts" (Zhang, Benbasat, Carey, Davis, 
Galletta, & Strong, 2002), represents one of the five 
main research streams in IS (Banker & Kauffman, 2004). 
This is because we interact with computers nearly everywhere, 
affecting not only the way we work, but many other aspects 
of our lives too.  The design of these interactions with
computers, whether as individuals, groups or societies, 
should be informed by psychological, social and technical 
knowledge. This track aims to reflect
advances in these sources of knowledge. We welcome 
papers on HCI research that have theoretical, empirical, 
design, methodological, and practical
implications for human-computer interaction.
Examples of specific topics include (but not limited to):

- Psychological and social aspects of HCI
- New HCI techniques and technologies
- Personalization and adaptive interfaces
- Website design
- Interface designs on new platforms such as mobile technologies
- Usability engineering and measurement
- Building online trust
- Design methodologies
- Design implications of diversity in users and environments
- Impacts on life at work and home as design considerations
Associate Editors:

Jane Carey (Arizona State University West, USA)
Andrew Gemino (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
Milena Head (McMaster University, Canada)
Jeff Hubona (Georgia State University, USA)
Jinwoo Kim (Yonsei University, Korea)
Ken Kozar (University of Colorado at Boulder, USA)
Kai Lim (City University of Hong Kong, China)
Ji-Ye Mao (Renmin University of China, China)
Mike Morris (University of Virginia, USA)
Fiona Nah (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA)
Diane Strong (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA)
Felix Tan (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand)
Dov Te'eni (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
Noam Tractinsky (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel)
Viswanath Venkatesh (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, USA)
Mun Yi (University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA)
Ping Zhang (Syracuse University, USA)

Dennis F. Galletta             Professor of Management Information
                    & Research Director, Irwin L Gross eBusiness
Temple University                      Fox School of Business &
210 Speakman Hall                                   1810 North 13th
Philadelphia, PA 19122      phone: (215) 204-2029      fax: (215)
E-mail: galletta @                                              
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