Track Description
Emerging technologies and trends open up new pedagogical opportunities and enable innovative uses of digital learning environments. Rapidly advancing capabilities in analytics, cloud computing, mobility, and IoT offer the opportunity to not only change what we teach, but how we teach. The COVID-19 outbreak led to an unprecedented change in teaching methods and accelerated the spread of digital learning. Many institutions have expanded their portfolios to include new online offerings. The Digital Learning and IS Curricula track provides an opportunity to exchange conceptual ideas and empirical findings regarding curriculum, pedagogy, pedagogical innovations, and the use of technologies to improve learning, as well as content innovations. The Digital Learning and IS Curricula track is intended for high‐quality papers related to information systems education, learning environments, and curriculum.

Track Chairs:
Jan vom Brocke, University of Liechtenstein
Heikki Topi, Bentley University
Rodrigo Belo, Erasmus University Rotterdam

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Sunday, December 12th

An Educational Interaction Model for Curriculum Design and Evolution

Jonas Sjöström, Uppsala university
Pär Ågerfalk, Uppsala University
Tuure Tuunanen, Faculty of Information Technology

Augmenting Information Systems Creative Self-Efficacy through Video Gaming

Alexandra N. Spruill, Brigham Young University
Mark Keith, Brigham Young University
Jeffry Babb, West Texas A&M University

Blending Technologies in the Community of Inquiry Framework: A Discovery of Student Online Learning Pathways

Jason Hou, The University of New South Wales
Zixiu Guo, UNSW
Carmen LEONG, University of New South Wales

Collective Mindful and Mindless Behavior in Game-Based Learning – Comparing Physical and Digital Educational Escape Rooms

Jonna Järveläinen, University of Turku, Turku School of Economics

Demystifying Research (Methods): Epistemological Design to Reduce Student Anxiety and Increase Content Enjoyment

Margeret Hall, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
Kaitlyn Baysa, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Matt Cantu, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Digital Transformation at Kärcher: Learning to Harness IoT Products for Value Creation

Martin Mocker, ESB Business School and MIT Sloan
Ainara Novales, Erasmus University

Empiricism through Activity Theory: Australian Undergraduate ICT Education

Hijab Alavi, Macquarie University
Stephen Smith, Macquarie University
Peter Busch, Macquarie University
Donald Winchester, Australian Institute of Business

Enabling Non-Profits to Transform the Value of Donations Through Digital Platforms: The Case of eBay’s ‘Charity Connect’ Initiative

Jade W. Brooks, Loughborough University
Michelle Richey, Loughborough University
Ravi Mayasandra-Nagaraja, Loughborough University

Guiding Students Together: Value Expectations and Propositions in Education Outreach Programs

Joni Matias Rajala, University of Oulu
Netta Iivari, University of Oulu
Marianne Kinnula, University of Oulu
Tonja Molin-Juustila, University of Oulu

Optimal Curriculum Design of Online Business Education: A Learning Analytics Approach

Jiyong Park, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Pedagogical Agents for Interactive Learning: A Taxonomy of Conversational Agents in Education

Florian Weber, University of Kassel
Thiemo Wambsganss, University of St. Gallen
Dominic Rüttimann, University of St. Gallen
Matthias Söllner, Information Systems and Systems Engineering

Sysco’s Big Data Lake

Daniel E. O’Leary, University of Southern California

The Potential of Technology-Mediated Learning Processes: A Taxonomy and Research Agenda for Educational Process Mining

Thiemo Wambsganss, University of St. Gallen
Anuschka Schmitt, University of St. Gallen
Thomas Mahnig, University of St.Gallen
Anja Ott, University of Kassel
Sigitai Soellner, Sapoway
Ngoc Anh Ngo, Celonis SE
Jerome Geyer-Klingeberg, Celonis SE

Well-being in Digital Learning Environments: A Key to Desirable IT Project Management Outcomes

Thibaut Coulon, ESG-UQAM
Mustapha Cheikh-Ammar, Université Laval
Julie Delisle, ESG-UQAM
Simon Bourdeau, ESG-UQAM