Track Description

IS education and curriculum has evolved over time as new technologies and processes (e.g., learning management systems, flipped classrooms, hybrid/blended classes, and more) have changed the way we teach. Today, emerging technologies and trends open up even more pedagogical opportunities in relation to the digital learning environment. Current topics such as analytics, cloud computing, mobility, and IoT offer the opportunity to not only change what we teach, but how we teach. The success of our field is heavily dependent on success in our classroom, as it is largely through education our relevance and scientific discoveries find their ways into organizations as our students graduate. Therefore, it is imperative we meet the challenge to explore, understand, and improve the digital learning environment and the future of IS curriculum and education.

The Digital Learning Environment and Future IS Curriculum track is intended for high‐quality papers related to information systems education, learning environment, and curriculum.

Track Chairs Jan vom Brocke
Alanah Mitchell
Bernard Tan
Schedule

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A Social Network Approach to Blogs: Improving Digital Collaborative Learning

Franz Strich, Chair of Management, People and Information
Anne-Sophie Mayer, Chair of Management, People and Information
Marina Fiedler, Chair of Management, People and Information

Bringing AI into the Classroom: Designing Smart Personal Assistants as Learning Tutors

Rainer Winkler, University of St Gallen
Julian Roos, University of St Gallen

Challenges in Switching to Blended Learning Environments: An Analysis of Students’ Attitudes and Performance

Bernd Schenk, University of Liechtenstein
Luiza Hoxhaj, University of Liechtenstein

Conceptualizing social media-enabled fragmented learning of business professionals

Youying Wang, School of Management, University of Science and Technology of China
Qian Huang, School of Management, University of Science and Technology of China

Effects of Game Task Labelling on Meaningful Engagement in Learning

Oteng Ntsweng, National University of Singapore
Sharon Tan, National University of Singapore

Fostering Students’ Motivation to Learn Daily on a Voluntary Basis – A Gamified Mobile Learning Approach for Formal Learning Settings

Sebastian Hobert, University of Goettingen
Florian Berens, University of Goettingen

From SuisseID to SwissID: Overcoming the key challenges in Switzerland's e-credential market

Tobias Mettler, University of Lausanne
Ali Asker Guenduez, University of St.Gallen

From the Blogosphere into the Parliament: investigating the dynamics of the Five Star Movement case

Øystein Sæbø, University of Agder
Tommaso Federici, University of Tuscia
Alessio Maria Braccini, Università degli Studi della Tuscia

Say Hello to ‘Coding Tutor’! Design and Evaluation of a Chatbot-based Learning System Supporting Students to Learn to Program

Sebastian Hobert, University of Goettingen

Student Learning Behaviour in the Digital Age

Hendrik Steinbeck, University of Potsdam
Julia Matthiessen, University of Potsdam
Gergana Vladova, University of Potsdam

Take the wheel - Technology-driven Change in the Energy Sector

Mahei Manhai Li, University of Kassel
Jennifer Müller, University of Kassel
Sissy-Josefina Ernst, Information Systems
Christoph Peters, University of St. Gallen

Toward a Taxonomy of Modeling Difficulties: A Multi-Modal Study on Individual Modeling Processes

Kristina Rosenthal, University of Hagen
Stefan Strecker, University of Hagen

What’s on Your Mind? Promoting Cognitive Engagement Using Utterance Annotations in Online Collaborative Learning

Benedict The, National University of Singapore
Lu Yang, National University of Singapore
Qiyun Wang, National Institute of Education

When Less is More: How Short-message Feeds in Social Media Platforms Affect Collaborative Learning

Oliver Krancher, IT University of Copenhagen
Jens Dibbern, University of Bern
Paul Meyer, Meyer Werft