BEING (MORE) HUMAN IN A DIGITISED WORLD
Management Centre for Human Values, IIM Calcutta (MCHV)
Association for Information Systems – India Chapter (INAIS)
Many contemporary debates in information systems and technology are centered around ethical and social implications arising from the use of information technology devices, applications and platforms. The shifting discourse in the information systems literature demands greater attention to the reframing of values given the changing nature of the social fabric. The dualities and paradoxes that technology’s pervasiveness gives rise to, such as inclusion and exclusion; empowerment and dependence are yet unresolved and are likely to remain so. This workshop aims to encourage academic scholars and practitioners to share research, theoretical ideas and experiences through papers, perspectives and case studies on the theme.
Call for Papers
The workshop seeks papers from researchers and practitioners on the above theme. Topics of discussion at the workshop will include but are not limited to:
- Social Implications of Information Systems
- Digitally enabled Social Innovations
- Digital Social In/Ex-clusion
- Social Shaping of Technology
- Politics in(of) a Digital Society
- Social Affordances of Technology Platforms
- Work Fragmentation and Digital Bricolage
- Social Consequences of Telework
- Consumption of the Digital
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Ungendering Technology Education and Use
- Designing Technology that is more Human(e)
- Technology for the non-user: the elderly, the marginalized and the differently abled
- Information Technology for the Informal Sector
Authors are encouraged to ensure that the topic of their paper is relevant to the workshop theme and that the paper will draw an audience. Authors wishing to present their papers at the workshop can submit either
- Extended Abstracts or
- Completed Research Papers
Extended abstracts can be a maximum of 2 single spaced pages and Completed Research Papers can be a maximum of 15 single spaced pages.
Abstracts of all papers will be made available on the INAIS digital repository.
Select papers from the workshop will be fast tracked for the special issue of Information Systems Frontiers, a Springer journal. Details of the special issue are available on the ISF journal homepage.
Submissions should be made through email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “MCHV-INAIS Workshop Submission”.
All papers should be formatted using the Workshop Paper Template available below.
Workshop Notification: 1st August, 2018
Extended Abstracts and Completed Papers due: 1st November, 2018
Acceptance Notification: 1st December, 2018
Registration Deadline: 1st January, 2019
Late Registration: After 1st January, 2019
Workshop Dates: 1st and 2nd February, 2019
Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Saji K Mathew
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Workshop Registration Fee
Academician / Industry Practitioner
INAIS Member: ₹ 5000 (Late Registration: ₹ 6000)
Non-Member: ₹ 6000 (Late Registration: ₹ 7000)
INAIS Member: ₹ 2000 (Late Registration: ₹ 3000)
Non-Member: ₹ 3000 (Late Registration: ₹ 4000)
Workshop registration fee includes all workshop sessions, workshop kit, networking luncheons, refreshments and Deans’ Dinner.
Limited accommodation, on request, is available on campus for 31st January and 1st February. Workshop will conclude with lunch on 2nd February.
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