This article presents four views on the impact of advances in electronic media on research outputs in information systems. The four views represent a spectrum of thought on the future of IS outputs and outlets that might be characterized as technophile, classical scholarly, revolutionary, and conservative. The article results from a panel discussion at the International Conference for Information Systems in Barcelona in December 2002. Speaker positions and question responses were revised and enhanced substantially for this article.
Peffers, K., Ein-Dor, P., & Zmud, R. (2003). Scholarly Products in IS: Will Advances in Electronic Media Promote Evolutionary or Radical Change?. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 11, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.01128