*The Ninth Annual
SIG IS Cognitive Research Exchange Workshop
*

Sunday, December 12, 2010 (Pre-ICIS)
St. Louis, Missouri

Workshop Agenda

 

 

* AMCIS WORKSHOP: Structural Equation Modeling: Relevant Application

SPONSORED BY SIG IS‐CoRE

 

 

* 2010 IS-CoRE Organising Committee  *

Norman Johnson
Bauer College of Business
University of Houston
Norman.Johnson@mail.uh.edu

Robert F. Otondo
Dept. of Management & Information Systems
College of Business & Industry
Mississippi State University
rotondo@cobilan.msstate.edu

Deb Armstrong
Florida State University
The College of Business
Management Information Systems
djarmstrong@cob.fsu.edu

Alison Parkes
Dept. of Accounting and Business Information Systems
Faculty of Economics and Commerce
University of Melbourne
aparkes@unimelb.edu.au

AIS Liaison for ISCoRE: Teresa Shaft, Michael F. Price College of Business, University of Oklahoma
tshaft@ou.edu

 

 
 
*  Previous Workshop Archives *
 
 

IS-CoRE is intended to represent and support researchers in information systems who view understanding human cognition as a critical component to the successful design and implementation of information systems.
Within this unifying theme, a range of diverse topics are of interest, including (but by no means limited to):

  • Situated, shared, social, distributed, and team cognition
  • Collaborative work
  • Group and individual decision support systems
  • Group and individual group problem-finding, problem-solving
  • Cognitive perspectives on human or computer-mediated knowledge-sharing
  • Cognitive perspectives on decision processes
  • Cognitive perspectives on knowledge management
  • Cognitive perspectives on the design or use of information systems
  • Cognitive processes of programmers/systems developers
  • Cognitive aspects of learning and innovation
  • Creativity and creative cognition
  • Design of user learning and training interventions
  • Human factors in information environments
  • Human-computer interaction or human factors perspectives involving cognition or perception
  • Research methods to investigate cognitive issues in IS
 
 
What is IS-CoRE?
 
 
IS-CoRE is an officially sanctioned Special Interest Group of the Association for Information Systems

Membership Information If you are already a member of AIS, you can join a special interest group from the following location
(you need to have your AIS username and password):
AIS SIG Registration
If you are not a member of AIS, but would like to find out more, visit the following page:
AIS Membership Application
 
 
Please report any problems with this website to aparkes@unimelb.edu.au