Digital inclusion is the idea that all stakeholders should have equal opportunities to participate in and benefit from digitization initiatives and related innovations. Grassroots digital innovations can potentially lead to the development of global solutions, and mass global technology solutions can be creatively localized. Digital inclusion is fundamental in a world in which only 56% of its inhabitants have access to the Internet. The ICIS 2020 Conference Committee, ICIS Executive Committee, and AIS staff and volunteers are excited to put forth a great program, with workshops, ancillary events, research presentations, keynotes, panels, networking opportunities and much more. The dates of ICIS 2020 will remain the same—December 13-16, 2020, with pre-ICIS events beginning on December 12 and post-conference events immediately following.

As the premier academic conference on information systems in the world, ICIS will include the top tier research that attendees have come to expect through paper presentations and keynote speakers, as well as the Doctoral Consortium for students to present research, work with peers, and gain an understanding of the IS academic community.

Conference Co-Chairs
Joey George, Iowa State University
Souren Paul, Northern Kentucky University
Rahul De', Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

Program Co-Chairs
Elena Karahanna, University of Georgia
Suprateek Sarker, University of Virginia
Gal Oestreicher-Singer, Tel Aviv University

Browse the contents of ICIS 2020 Proceedings:

General IS Topics
Digital Learning Environment and Future IS Curriculum
Making Digital Inclusive: Blending Local and Global