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About the Need for Semantically Enriched Reference Models

Werner Esswein, Technische Universität Dresden, Department of Business Management and Economics, Chair of Information Systems, esp. Systems Engineering
Sina Lehrmann, Technische Universität Dresden, Department of Business Management and Economics, Chair of Information Systems, esp. Systems Engineering

Going Back to Basics in Design: From the IT Artifact to the IS Artifact

Allen S. Lee, Virginia Commonwealth University
Manoj A. Thomas, Virginia Commonwealth University
Richard L. Baskerville, Georgia State University

Linking Reasoning to Theoretical Argument in Information Systems Research

Nixon M. OCHARA, University of Pretoria

On where the Internet is

Fuad Baloch, Auckland University of Technology
Brian Cusack, Auckland University of Technology

Reconsidering Resistance in the Post-Human Era

Neil C. Ramiller, Portland State University

The Structuring of Freedom in Agile Development

Erica L. Wagner, Portland State University
Sue Newell, Bentley College
Neil Ramiller, Portland State University

Towards a Framework for Structuring Theory in IS Research

Sebastian Olbrich, Mercartor School of Management, Duisburg, Germany.
Benjamin Mueller, University of Mannheim

Understanding the Practical Relevance of Academic Research in Knowledge Management: A Lay Epistemic Theory Approach

Lorne Booker, Antalya International University
Nick Bontis, McMaster University
Frada Burstein, Monash University
Henry Linger, Monash University
Alexander Serenko, Lakehead University

What is the Essence of Twenty-first Century Technology? Heidegger’s Question Concerning Technology Revisited

Alan T. Litchfield, Auckland University of Technology