ICIS 2006 Blogging

For those attending, do you have any observations to share from ICIS 2006? Post them here.

For those not attending, do you have any questions about ICIS? Post those in comments, too!

Update: Monday, December 11 – 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

The research methods track is new to ICIS this year. The track chair opened the session noting they were very happy with the number of submissions–there were more good papers submitted then there was room to accept them.

QUANTRM-01 – “Time Changes Everything: An Examination and Application of Time-Varying Coefficients in Information Systems Research,” Eric Overby and Benn Konsynski, Emory University

  • Eric Overby describes research methods to move the study of “changes in relationships between variables over time out of research purgatory of “to be studied later.” He effectively used his research on used car auctions as an example of time-varying coefficients. He conceptualizes his design as pooled cross-sectional data.

QUANTRM-02 – “Other-settings Generalizability in IS Research,” Peter B. Seddon and Rens Scheepers, University of Melbourne


One Response

  1. I attended the DIGIT pre-conference workshop on Sunday. This year the DIGIT workshop used a roundtable format for all of its papers. If you are looking for feedback on works in progress, I strongly urge you to submit to DIGIT next year. We received great feedback from some great scholars, including Pam Carter, Wynne Chin and Burt Swanson, just to name a few. Roundtables are a great venue for discussion.

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