AIS SIGHCI 5 th Annual SIGHCI Workshop Conclusion Workshop Co-Chairs’ Remarks Sponsor Acknowledgement SIGHCI Chair’s Remarks SIGHCI Conference Planning Award Presentations Workshop Survey Association for Information Systems Special Interest Group on Human-Computer Interaction
AIS SIGHCI 5 th Annual SIGHCI Workshop Workshop Participants: 62 Program Co-Chairs: –Paul Lowry –Khawaja Saeed –Susan Wiedenbeck Submissions: 26 papers, 13 accepted, 50% acceptance Local Arrangement Co-Chairs: –Soussan Djamasbi –Matt Germonprez –Brian Jones Ph.D. Student Volunteers: –Na (Lina) Li –Anna McNab –Adriane Randolph Vice Chair for Sponsorship: Robin Poston
AIS SIGHCI Lunch Sponsor Department of Management, Worcester Polytechnic University Gold Sponsors College of Information Science and Technology, Drexel University School of Information, University of Michigan Department of Information Systems, Washington State University Silver Sponsors Dept. of MIS / FedEx Software Testing Excellence Program, U. of Memphis Department of Management Information Systems, University of Nevada, Las Vegas The Information School, University of Washington Mason School of Business, College of William & Mary College of Business, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Bronze Sponsors Katz Graduate School of Business/College of Business Admin., U. of Pittsburgh School of Information Studies, Syracuse University
AIS SIGHCI SIGHCI Chair’s Remarks 6 th year of SIGHCI – established in July Members, with 137 active members Workshop acknowledgements –SIGHCI advisory board & officers –Workshop advisors & sponsors –Eleanor Loiacono & Traci Hess, workshop co-chairs –Paul Lowry, Khawaja Saeed, & Susan Wiedenbeck program co- chairs –Soussan Djamasbi, Matt Germonprez, Brian Jones local arrangements co-chairs –Program Committee for their outstanding contribution –Session chairs, presenters & volunteers –All attendees for their participation –All SIGHCI members for their contributions and support
AIS SIGHCI SIGHCI Chair’s Remarks Communications and Outreach –SIGHCI Website (http://sigs.aisnet.org/SIGHCI/): Veena Parboteeah –SIGHCI Listserv: Ping Zhang –SIGHCI Newsletters: Na (Lina) Li Membership –Vice Chair for Membership: Susan Lippert Sponsorships –Vice Chair for Sponsorship: Robin Poston Services to Members –SIGHCI Teaching Resources: Jinwoo Kim –SIGHCI Research Resources: Rick Downing
AIS SIGHCI SIGHCI Conference Planning Conferences/Workshops Pre-ICIS Workshop 2007 in Montreal, Quebec –Conference Planning Chair: Eleanor Loiacono AMCIS 2007 HCI track in Keystone, Colorado –Conference Planning Chair: Matt Germonprez PACIS 2007 HCI track in Auckland, New Zealand –Conference Planning Chair: Hock Hai Teo HCII 2007 in Beijing, P.R. China –Conference Planning Chair: Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah HICSS 2007 in Big Island, Hawaii –Conference Planning Chairs: Joe Valacich, John Wells
AIS SIGHCI AMCIS 2007 HCI Track – 9 mini-tracks Hedonic Information Technologies: Online Games, Interactive Entertainment, and Lifestyle Computing, Paul Benjamin Lowry, Greg Moody, Taylor Wells, and Ian MacInnes. Emerging Computer-Mediated Communication Tools/Technologies for Web-based Service, Shu Schiller. Personalization Systems, Il Im & Hong Sheng. Emergency Response Information Systems, Tung Bui, Murray Turoff, & Bartel Van de Walle. HCI Issues in Healthcare IT, Vance Wilson, Nina McGarry, & Ann Fruhling. HCI with Mobile Devices, Peter Tarasewich & Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah. Information Visualization and Decision Support, David Schuff & Ozgur Turetken. HCI and Competitive Advantage, Marilyn Tremaine & Jan Marco Leimeister. Interface Design, Evaluation, and Impact, Matt Germonprez & Traci Hess. Abstracts due to minitrack chairs: Monday, February 5, 2007 Submissions due: Monday, March 5, 2007
AIS SIGHCI Presentation of Service Award Outstanding Service Award: Scott McCoy –Served as Chair from July 2005 to June 2006 –Accomplishments: Served as Workshop Co-Chair for Pre-ICIS HCI workshop ( ) AMCIS HCI Track and Mini-track Co-Chair ( ) Organized first ECIS HCI track Fast-tracked and co-edited special issues from SIGHCI sponsored workshops/conferences Membership Initiatives
AIS SIGHCI Presentation of Best Reviewer Award Best Reviewer Selection Highlights Forty expert reviewers Initial selection of six best reviewer candidates Criteria: Thoroughness of the reviews Helpfulness of the suggestions and feedback Clarity and organization of reviews Timeliness in returning the reviews Final selection based on the program co- chairs’ rankings of overall quality
AIS SIGHCI Presentation of Best Reviewer Award Best reviewer nominees –Mark Fuller –Richard Johnson –Keng Siau –Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah –Robin Poston –Gilbert Cockton
AIS SIGHCI The Winner Is… Mark Fuller Presentation of Best Reviewer Award
AIS SIGHCI Presentation of Best Paper Award 4 Best Papers selected by Program Committee –Process described in proceedings Reviewers’ best paper nominations Reviewers’ numerical scores Independent Best Paper Committee –Izak Benbasat –Scott McCoy –Matt Germonprez –Dennis Galletta Thank you!
AIS SIGHCI 4 Best Paper Nominees (in order of presentation) Examining the Role of the Communication Channel Interface and Recipient Characteristics on Knowledge Internalization, Christopher L. Scott and Saonee Sarker Dissecting Query Performance in Logical Data Models: Parsimony vs Greater Ontological Clarity, Ghalib Al Ma’mri, Paul L. Bowen, Fiona H. Rohde, and Laurel Yang Exploring Human Images in Website Design Across Cultures: A Multi-Method Approach, Dianne Cyr, Milena Head, Hector Larios, and Bing Pan An Experimental Study on U-commerce Adoption: Impact of Personalization and Privacy Concerns, Hong Sheng, Fiona Fui-Hoon Nah, and Keng Siau
AIS SIGHCI Presentation of Best Paper Award The Winner Is… Examining the Role of the Communication Channel Interface and Recipient Characteristics on Knowledge Internalization Christopher L. Scott and Saonee Sarker
AIS SIGHCI 5 th Annual SIGHCI Workshop Workshop Survey Format of workshop Paper presentation topics/quality Speakers Logistics Suggestions, comments… * Please return to Survey Box or Ph.D. student volunteers *
AIS SIGHCI Thank you for participating in the 5 th Annual HCI/MIS Workshop!