EDSIGCON | CONISAR 2019

Co-located in Cleveland, Ohio

Wednesday, Nov. 6 — Saturday, Nov. 9

Peer-reviewed conferences focusing on Information Systems & Computing Education and Information Systems Applied Research inviting scholarly work including research papers, case studies, abstracts and workshop/panel proposals.

EDSIGCON

EDSIG Conference on Information Systems & Computing Education

Serving Academic Professionals and Institutions of Higher Learning

Scholarly work focusing on (but not limited to) pedagogy, model curriculum, and education innovation in data analytics, cybersecurity, app development, software engineering, etc.

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EDSIGCON Proceedings

CONISAR

Conference on Information Systems Applied Research

Serving Academic Professionals, Practitioners and the IT Industry

Research focusing on (but not limited to) data analytics, IS Management, cybersecurity, data privacy, big data management, cloud and virtualization, IS strategy, ethical issues, etc.

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CONISAR Proceedings

Why attend

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Two Conferences · One Great Location

Registrants can attend presentations, panels, workshops and events for both conferences. The Renaissance Cleveland Hotel is in the heart of Cleveland and connects indoors to the Quicken Loans Arena and Tower City Station with light rail to the airport.

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Research Collaboration

EDSIG is a community of educators that support and challenge each other to improve teaching and research. Our events help connect attendees to collaborate on future projects.

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Journal Publication Pathway

Outstanding papers submitted prior to the July deadline are eligible for publication in ISEDJ and JISAR. The best paper from the EDSIG Conference is given consideration for publication in JISE.

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Distinguished Keynote Speakers

Past keynote speakers include Turing Award winner Fred Brooks and HCI pioneer Ben Shneiderman. This year's keynote is...

Keynote Speaker
Jeffrey A. Hoffer

Professor Emeritus
University of Dayton

Organizational Sponsors

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Information Systems & Computing Academic Professionals, Inc.

ISCAP is a non-profit corporation governed by a board of directors who in partnership with EDSIG help organize and manage two conferences, EDSIGCON and CONISAR, and three journals, JISE, ISEDJ and JISAR.

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Education Special Interest Group of AITP

EDSIG's board of directors is responsible for the scholarly vision and content of EDSIGCON, CONISAR, ISEDJ and JISAR.

Conference City: Cleveland, Ohio

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About Cleveland

World-class experiences without the world-class ego. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Browns (NFL). Cavalier (NBA). Indians (MLB). Playhouse Square, 2nd largest theater district in USA. 20+ craft breweries. Outstanding downtown restaurant district.

Renaissance
Cleveland Hotel

24 Public Square, Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 696-5600

A landmark built in 1918, ideally located in Downtown Cleveland connected to Tower City Center with a light rail station to airport. Blocks away from Cleveland's theater district, top restaurant distict, and the Cavaliers home, the Quicken Loans Arena. Less than one mile from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

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$129 per night

Rate available Wednesday, Nov. 6 - Sunday, Nov. 10. Book well before Oct. 6 as hotel is likely to sell out.

Nearby Attractions

Photos from www.thisiscleveland.com

Deadlines

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  • info_outline   March: Official call with guidelines and templates
  • file_download   April: Submission system open
  • grade   June 15: Deadline for award consideration for papers and cases
  • settings_applications   June 15: Deadline for panel & workshop proposals (full consideration)
  • import_contacts   July 15: Deadline for journal consideration for papers and cases. Top 25% of papers submitted before this deadline are invited for submission to our journals. (ISEDJ | JISAR)*
  • people   July 15: Deadline for panel & workshop proposals if program space available
  • check   August 15: Deadline for inclusion in proceedings for papers, cases and abstracts.

* Resubmission is required since papers should be improved based on feedback from conference presentation. All papers submitted before July 15 can be submitted to the Journals for another series of reviews for potential journal publication up to a 40% acceptance rate. While papers submitted before August 15 will be considered for conference presentation and proceedings inclusion, July 15 is a strict deadline for journal consideration due to our review cycle.

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The times below are tentative. The formal program will be posted in late September.

registration

Wednesday, November 6th

  • 6:00pm Light Reception - Registration

Thursday, November 7th

  • 7:00am-4:30pm Registration
  • 7:30am Breakfast
  • 8:30am-12:00pm Sessions & Workshops begin
  • 12:00pm Industry Keynote Lunch
  • 2:00pm - 4:30 Sessions
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Special Event

Thursday Dinner & Fun Night

Punch Bowl Social

EDSIG Fellow Induction

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Friday, November 8th

  • 7:30am Breakfast
  • 8:30am-12:00pm Sessions
  • 12:00pm Distinguished Educator Keynote Lunch
  • 2:00pm - 4:30 Sessions
  • 5:00pm EDSIG Members Meeting
  • 6:30pm Reception
  • Meet up with colleagues for dinner
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Saturday, November 9th

  • 7:30am Breakfast
  • 8:30am-12:00pm Sessions
  • 12:00pm Awards Lunch

EDSIGCON 2019

Call for Participation

The EDSIG Conference on Information Systems and Computing Education invites scholarly work and research including the following:
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Papers

Scholarly papers limited to 5000 words (max), excluding appendices and references.

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Cases

Case studies limited to 5000 words (max), excluding additional support materials.

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Abstracts

Works in progress limited to 500 words (max), excluding bibliography.

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Workshops

Workshop presentations limited to 50, 75, or 90 minutes.

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Panels

Panel presentations limited to 25, 50, or 75 minutes

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EDSIGCON 2019

Call for Papers

The EDSIG Conference on Information Systems and Computing Education invites research and scholarly papers exploring many topics especially the following areas:

Submission Info

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Submissions must be received by the deadlines.

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Using the submission template is required.

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Carefully follow the guidelines to avoid review delays.

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Submission system opens in April.

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Papers Chair, EDSIGCON

Jason Sharp

Tarleton State University
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Asst. Papers Chair, EDSIGCON

Yaprak Dalat-Ward

Fort Hays State University
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Asst. Papers Chair, EDSIGCON

Jason Xiong

Appalachian State University

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Key Areas

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In addition to a wide list of topics, we are especially interested in papers that explore the following areas:

Education in Data Analytics

Educational developments, new courses and programs of study that focus on preparing students for careers in the rapidly growing fields of data analytics in business, social science and scientific research.

Innovation in Online Learning

The development of tools, systems and models to support online learning with a particular emphasis in exploring and evaluating new and persistent of models including collaborative/cooperative, project/scenario-based, experiential-based, game-based, school-as-a-service, MOOCs, fully online, blended/hybrid, and flipped.

Education in Cyber Security

Contributions from researchers, practitioners, policy makers and educators on all theoretical and practical aspects of information security, assurance and privacy. Papers describing application of new technologies, tools, techniques, and lessons learned are particularly encouraged.

Innovation in Pedagogy

Theory, practice, and other pedagogical topics that focus on the design, development, and delivery of information to our students. Of particular concern are methods to determine what content is to be taught, how best to deliver the content, and how to assess/determine whether or not our students have learned the content.

Model IS Curriculum

Reviewing, proposing, evaluating and reporting implementations or experiences managing curricula that support undergraduate and graduate degree programs or concentrations in information systems and computing including interdisciplinary programs and integration with allied disciplines.

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List of Topics

  • pedagogy: teaching cases, testing, performance monitoring, eBooks, simulations, ...
  • curricula: model guidelines, learning objectives, assessment, major, minor, dual degree, ...
  • data analytics: education is big data, data science, machine learning, predictive analytics, ...
  • security: education in mobile security, cybercrime, information privacy, policy issues,...
  • teaching/learning environments: MOOCs, flipped, distance, synchronous, asynchronous, ...
  • student recruitment: marketing, enrollment management, retention, ...
  • academic quality: outcome assessment, accreditation, academic integrity, ...
  • cross-disciplinary computing pedagogy: computing minors in business, science, engineering, medicine, arts, ...
  • cloud computing: education in virtualization, enterprise cloud system, management, SaaS, ...
  • degree programs: secondary, associate, UG, BS, BA, masters, Ph.D., ...
  • graduate placement: industry relations, advisory groups, internships, apprenticeships, ...
  • computing hardware: eduction in sustainability, nanotechnology, architecture, organization, networking, clouds, mobile, ...
  • problem solving frameworks: education in modeling, relational, object, aspect, numerical, analogical, SWOT, ...
  • project organization and methodologies: education in life cycles, team structure, RAD, Agile, Lean, XP, ...
  • society: E-government, social media, privacy, cybercrime, cyber-medicine, ...
  • faculty development: Ph.D. research, mentoring, scholarship, publication, professional service, ...
  • Student papers with faculty

EDSIGCON 2019

Call for Teaching Cases

Objective

The objective of the teaching case track is to provide a venue for the presentation and publication of short, high quality teaching cases for use in the classroom. We encourage traditional scenario-based cases that become a starting point for discussions and research. We also encourage submissions for lab exercises, or other technology-based experiences, that become the foundation for further experiments, discussions, and research.

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Cases Co-Chair

Paul D. Witman

California Lutheran University
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Cases Co-chair

Ira Goldstein

Siena College

Submission Details

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Submissions must be received by the deadlines.

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Submission system opens in April.

Be sure to select Case - Teaching.

The following information should be prepared and submitted through our unified submission system.

  1. The papers submission site will request the following information:
    • Title
    • Authors/Institution
    • Case Abstract
  2. Prepare one ZIP folder/file to upload to the web site. This should contain:
    • One Word document for the case as it is to be given directly to students
    • One Word document to be viewed only by the instructor
    • Any other materials pertaining to the case, for example, PowerPoint presentations, additional handouts, data workouts, database files, video files, audio files and image files.

EDSIGCON 2019

Teaching Cases - Guidelines & Requirements

Document Style & Formatting

  1. Paper format: Please follow the guidelines as detailed in the template provided for submissions to the general category
  2. Please include as much data and direction as possible in the student case paper, and in the instructor guide as well. This may include data sets, or links to software downloads.
  3. Multimedia materials are strongly encouraged – photographs (in public domain), videos and audio files should be included when appropriate. This is one of the ways in which we hope to distinguish cases presented through EDSIG/ISEDJ.
  4. When possible - portray real people, organizations and situations. Certainly, you may base the case on data gathered during case-based research. However information must be disguised to avoid identifying the subjects of the study or violating agreements.
  5. Avoid words that indicate your own value judgments in the case. However such words spoken or written by people depicted in the case are appropriate. Cases should be "open ended" to allow for discussion on all sides of an issue.
  6. Case scenarios should be written in the past tense.
  7. Please limit the text of the students’ material to 5,000 words or fewer. If more material is necessary to provide additional supporting detail (e.g., specific lab instructions), please include than in an Appendix.
  8. Please remove any identifying information in the properties section of the document.
  9. File format: Word (.docx) documents

Instructor's Materials

The objective is to encourage the use of cases by enabling colleagues to quickly assess the usefulness of a case and then use it with minimum preparation.

  1. "Hook" statement that generates interest in the case. Think of this like a phrase or short sentence that you might see on a poster advertising a motion picture.
  2. Case abstract. In a few sentences, what is the business or organizational situation and what are the business problem(s) to which the case applies?
  3. List of pre- or co-requisite key terms, concepts, skills/techniques. This will help instructors help students in concept formation by identifying specific terms and concepts that students must be able to define in order to achieve the analysis goals of the case.
  4. Suggested questions for prompting discussion along with possible responses.
  5. Pre- and post-case questions designed specifically to support assessment of learning.
  6. Teaching tips based on piloting of the case including remarks regarding material that seems especially difficult for students to grasp.
  7. Masters of slides and handouts, if applicable.
  8. Data workouts, if applicable.
  9. Be sure to include statements on: the audience this material is targeted to, both in level of student and course type; how many times this case has been used in a classroom; estimated time of preparation for the professor; and estimated time for completion by students

Note from the Co-chairs

In the past several years we continue to grow the Teaching Cases division of the EDSIG Conference and ISEDJ significantly, in quality, variety, and numbers. We would like to extend to you an invitation to help us continue to grow this area of our organization by sharing your work with your peers and colleagues.

In reflecting on the ideas behind the EDSIG, CONISAR conferences and our journals ISEDJ, JISAR, and JISE – missions that include providing IS educators with the latest research in educational techniques, processes and technology – we are continuing our project of collecting approaches and experiences that have been proven to work in the classroom, have them peer-reviewed, and available to beginning professors as well as those seasoned educators looking for new and fresh exercises for their courses. We are building a repository of materials created by us and for us that can be utilized in our classrooms and courses with confidence and ease of adoption.

With that mandate in mind, we accept submitted papers in two specific areas to the Teaching Case division. The first is the more traditional "Case Study" format where you provide a situational environment that students will then use as a platform to perform further research, compose position papers, dissect decision making, or offer up alternative solutions to the problems presented within. The second area is an expanded opportunity to present practical labs, experiments, hands on exercises, or other lesson frameworks that can easily be adapted by other professors and utilized in their course environments. Unlike pedagogical papers submitted through the regular research paper track, these teaching cases should be focused on the classroom experience. Just as with the traditional case study, these teaching cases should also include extensive notes to explain the experience and application of the skills and concepts highlighted in the exercise/lab.

We need your submissions to make this work!

Submissions will be considered for a "Best Case" award at the conference, and will also be considered for publication for a special "Teaching Cases" edition of the ISEDJ.

The deadlines are as follows: June 15 for consideration for the "Best Case" award, July 15 for ISEDJ consideration and August 15 for conference proceedings inclusion.

We look forward to seeing you in Cleveland, Ohio on Nov. 6-9. Please feel free to contact any of us if you have any questions!

CONISAR 2019

Call for Participation

The Conference on Information Systems Applied Research invites scholarly work and research including the following:
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Papers

Scholarly papers limited to 5000 words (max), excluding appendices and references.

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Abstracts

Works in progress limited to 500 words (max), excluding bibliography.

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Workshops

Workshop presentations limited to 50, 75, or 90 minutes.

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Panels

Panel presentations limited to 25, 50, or 75 minutes

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CONISAR 2019

Call for Papers

The Conference on Information Systems Applied Research invites research and scholarly papers exploring many topics especially the following areas:

Big Data

Data Analytics

Security

IS Management

Cloud Computing

Ethics & Privacy Issues

Submission Info

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Submissions must be received by the deadlines.

description   Paper Template
Using the submission template is required.

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Carefully follow the guidelines to avoid review delays.

move_to_inbox   Submission System
Submission system opens in April.

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Papers Chair, CONISAR

Biswadip Ghosh

Metropolitan State University of Denver
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Asst. Paper Chair, CONISAR

Lionel Mew

University of Richmond

CONISAR 2019

List of Topics

  • Applied IS Research & Methodologies
  • Data Analytics
  • IS Management
  • Cloud Computing
  • Database Management & Warehousing
  • Digital and Multimedia Technologies
  • Ethical / Legal / Privacy Issues
  • Ethics & Privacy Issues
  • IT Management and Strategy
  • Security/Networks/Telecommunications
  • Systems Development / Software Eng.
  • Web Applications / Web 2.0

EDSIGCON | CONISAR 2019

Call for Abstracts & Works in Progress

Overview

We wish to encourage the development of new research through the presentation of Abstracts and Works in Progress (WIP). These events are a great venue in which to receive initial feedback on a concept as well as to solicit potential co-authors.

  • Submitted material will be considered for presentation at EDSIGCON/CONISAR and abstracts will appear in the conference proceedings.
  • Neither abstracts nor WIPs will be considered for journal publications.
  • Ten minutes of presentation time and 5 minutes of discussion will be allocated for each abstract/WIP.

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Submission Details

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Submission system opens in April.

Be sure to select Abstract.

The following information should be prepared and submitted through our unified submission system.

  1. Title
  2. Authors: Name, Affiliation and Email Address
  3. Subject Area / Track
  4. Abstract: Maximum of 500 words + optional short bibliography.
    • The bibliography does not count toward word count and may be formatted in any standard format.
    • Abstracts may include 1 figure or diagram in addition to the text.
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Abstracts Chair

Jeff Cummings

University of North Carolina Wilmington

EDSIGCON | CONISAR 2019

Call for Workshops

We seek workshops proposals that provide an active learning experience designed for faculty development. The list of suggested topics below is shown as a guide, but presenters may submit any topic that is current or innovative and that is of interest to educators or researchers in the field of Information Systems & Computing.

Hands-on activities, tutorials, and leader demonstrations are all encouraged. Proposals that focus on significant participant discussions may be a better candidate for a panel presentation. Proposals that present content in lecture format may be a better candidate for a paper or an abstract.

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Submission Requirements

The Workshop Overview should NOT be written in the style of research paper abstract. It should be written with an emphasis on marketing where the goal is to encourage participants to attend. Clearly indicate "why" this workshop will be valuable for the participant's development. It should also include instructional modalities used for the workshop, e.g., hands-on activity, guided tutorial, leader demonstration, etc.

The Target Audience should include recommended participant background, e.g., no experience necessary, introductory, or intermediate background, etc.

Specify in the Equipment/Set Up section any required technology or tools that participants will need such as required devices, operating systems, and any software or documents that must be downloaded, etc.

If you need unique support and setup, contact the Conference Chair. However, we can often only support presenters with a presentation screen, a projector and wireless Internet. And, there may be limited bandwidth to support large downloads during a workshop session, so it is recommended that the presenter(s) prepare a number of USB flash drives with installation files, directions, sample data, important documents, etc. that can be shared at the beginning of the workshop

Submission Details

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Submissions must be received by the deadlines.

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Submission system opens in April.

Be sure to select Workshop.

The following information should be prepared and submitted through our unified submission system.

  1. Workshop Title
  2. Presenter(s): Name, Affiliation and Email Address
  3. Workshop Overview: Maximum of 300 words
  4. Target Audience: Maximum of 50 words
  5. Time Requested: 50, 75 or 90 minutes
  6. Equipment/Set Up
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Panels & Workshops Chair

Nesrin Bakir

West Texas A&M University
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Panels & Workshops Coordinator

Tom Janicki

University of North Carolina Wilmington

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Workshops - Suggested Topics

Below are suggested topics. Other topics can be considered. Contact the Conference Chair if you have any questions.

  • Using hands-on or active learning experiences for Data Analytics and Data Mining experiences in the classroom or curriculum - Excel Data Mining Add-in and Excel Dashboards, Open Source Data Mining Tools (WEKA, Orange, R, Rapid Miner, CRAN)
  • Using hands-on or active learning experiences for ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning), SCM (Supply Chain Management), or CRM (Customer Relationship Management) Systems in the classroom or the curriculum
  • Using Desktop Virtualization Software in the classroom or classroom , e.g., VirtualBox, QEMU VMware Workstation, VMware Player, VMware Fusion, Parallels Desktop
  • Using hands-on or active learning experiences for Server Virtualization Architectures and Software in the classroom or curriculum. e.g., VMware VSphere, Xen Server, KVM, Hyper-V, etc.
  • Using hands-on or active learning experiences for Cloud Architecture in the classroom or curriculum e.g., OpenStack, Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure. Google, DropBox, etc.
  • Using hands-on or active learning experiences for Cloud-Centric Information Systems in the classroom or curriculum, e.g., Cloud ERP and Outsource Processes, Email, Document, Spreadsheet, Collaboration and Online Office Cloud Services (Google Apps), 3rd Party Cloud Platforms, etc.
  • Using hands-on or active learning experiences for Storage Virtualization and Storage Area Networks in the classroom or curriculum, e.g., NetApp, EMC , etc.
  • Using new IS or IT Technologies or Instructor Support Tools for the classroom or curriculum
  • Using hands-on or active learning experiences for HTML5 Elements and APIs (W3C or WHATWG) in the classroom or curriculum, e.g., Canvas or SVG, drag-and-drop, Ajax and Restful Services, geolocation, web service calls, etc.
  • Using hands-on or active learning experiences for HTML5 Mobile and Touch Interfaces, RestFul web services in the classroom or curriculum
  • Using hands-on or active learning experiences for Mobile Application Development technologies in the classroom or curriculum
  • Using hands-on or active learning experiences for Security or Forensic in the classroom or curriculum
  • Other customized workshop topics, which uses hands-on or active learning experiences in the classroom or curriculum

EDSIGCON | CONISAR 2019

Call for Panels

This year's conference is seeking panel discussions on educational trends in Data Analytics and Cyber Security, challenges in Online Learning, and issues related to implementing innovation in Pedagogy and IS Curriculum. However, we welcome strong proposals in any area related to Information Systems Education. The conference will feature three to six panel discussions.

Submission Requirements

Proposals should indicate a moderator (who will help facilitate discussion) and at least two (but no more than 5) panelists.

At most two participants (including the moderator) can come from the same institution / affiliation. Thus, the minimal proposal can include three presenters (a moderator and two panelist) with at two institutions represented. However, preferred proposal should include three or more panelists with three or more institutions represented.

In the Panel Overview include a very brief description of the moderator's and panelists' expertise / background on the proposed topic.

The moderator and all panelists must be registered for the conference.

Submission Details

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Submission system opens in April.

Be sure to select Panel.

The following information should be prepared and submitted through our unified submission system.

  1. Panel Title
  2. Moderator: Name, Affiliation and Email Address
  3. Panelist(s): Name, Affiliation and Email Address
  4. Panel Overview: Maximum of 250 words
  5. Target Audience: Maximum of 50 words
  6. Time Requested: 25, 50, or 75
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Panels & Workshops Chair

Nesrin Bakir

West Texas A&M University
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Panels & Workshops Coordinator

Tom Janicki

University of North Carolina Wilmington

Journal Publication Pathway

Outstanding papers submitted prior to the July deadline are eligible for publication in ISEDJ and JISAR. The best paper from the EDSIG Conference is given consideration for publication in JISE.
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Conference Team

Conference Chairs, Planning Committee, Journal & Proceedings Contacts
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Conference Chair

Li-Jen Lester

Sam Houston State University
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Meeting Planner, Panels & Workshops Coordinator & Journal Publisher

Tom Janicki

University of North Carolina Wilmington
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Papers Chair, EDSIGCON

Jason Sharp

Tarleton State University
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Papers Chair, CONISAR

Biswadip Ghosh

Metropolitan State University of Denver
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Cases Co-Chair

Paul Witman

California Lutheran University
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Cases Co-chair

Ira Goldstein

Siena College
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Abstracts Chair

Jeff Cummings

University of North Carolina Wilmington
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Panels & Workshops Chair

Nesrin Bakir

West Texas A&M University
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Asst. Paper Chair, CONISAR

Lionel Mew

University of Richmond
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Asst. Papers Chair, EDSIGCON

Yaprak Dalat-Ward

Fort Hays State University
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Asst. Papers Chair, EDSIGCON

Jason Xiong

Appalachian State University
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Sponsors Chair & Local Support

Greg Blundell

Kent State University
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Guest Package Chair & Local Support

Victor Berardi

Kent State University
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Awards Chair

James Pomykalski

Susquehanna University
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Cybersecurity Track-chair

Anthony Serapiglia

Saint Vincent College
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JISAR Editor

Scott Hunsinger

Appalachian State University
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ISEDJ Editor, EDSIG President & Registration Systems

Jeff Babb

West Texas A&M University
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Best Paper Chair

Wendy A. Ceccucci

Quinnipiac University
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EDSIG Past President

Leslie Waguespack

Bentley University
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Website

Eric Breimer

Siena College
Registration and
EDSIG Only Membership
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$395

$370 Before June 15
$450 After October 1

Registration and
Full AITP + EDSIG Membership
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$429

$404 Before June 15
$484 After October 1

Masters or
Ph.D. Student
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$250

$305 After October 1

Presentation of
Additional Paper
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$125

Without any additional co-authors registering

Guest
Package
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$125

Thursday Fun Event / Dinner at Punch Bowl, Friday reception, and all breakfasts

Sponsor Opportunities

Be a part of two conferences (EDSIGCON & CONISAR) for higher education faculty, academic professionals and researchers in Information Systems, Computer Science and Information Technology. In one trip, your organization can reach over 175 top IS/CS/IT educators and their institutions to showcase your latest instructional products and services.


When & Where?

November 6 — November 9, 2019
RENAISSANCE Cleveland Hotel

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Become a Sponsor

Sponsor Form (PDF)

The form above includes further details and instructions for registration & payment to become a sponsor/exhibitor.

CONISAR

topics include data analytics, business intelligence, cybersecurity, data privacy, big data management, cloud and virtualization, IS strategy, ethical issues, etc.

EDSIGCON

topics pedagogy, model curriculum, case studies and education innovation in data analytics, cybersecurity, app development, software engineering, etc.

Exhibitor Only
work

$600

Exhibitor table for 2 days, meals for 2 attendees, website and program promotion.

$700 after Sept. 1

Exhibitor + Presentation

$750

All exhibitor benefits + 25-minute promoted presentation (part of conference program)

$850 after Sept. 1

Exhibitor + Workshop

$1100

All exhibitor benefits + 90-minute promoted workshop (part of conference program)

$1200 after Sept. 1

Silver Sponsor + Energy Break

$1000

All exhibitor benefits + 25-minute presentation + sponsorship of coffee & snacks break with special promotion in program

$1100 after Sept. 1

Gold Sponsor + Fun Night

$2000

Exhibitor benefits + 90-minute presentation + special promotion during our fun night event.

$2100 after Sept. 1

Diamond Sponsor + Awards Lunch

$2000

Exhibitor benefits + 90-minute workshop + special promotion during awards lunch.

$2100 after Sept. 1

Sponsor Ph.D. Student

Any Amount

Sponsor the travel or registration of a Ph.D. student. Acknowledgement in program and during awards lunch

Sponsor Minority Registrant

Any Amount

Sponsor the travel or registration of a registrant from an under-represented group. Acknowledgement in program and during awards lunch

2018 Sponsors