Emerging technologies and trends open up new pedagogical possibilities and enable innovative uses of digital learning environments and educational technologies in educational institutions and beyond. Rapidly advancing capabilities in domains such as analytics, cloud computing, edge and mobile computing, as well as machine learning offer the opportunity to not only change what we teach (curriculum), but how we teach (pedagogy). Further, the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented changes to learning environments and accelerated the spread of digital learning. Many institutions have expanded their educational portfolios to include new online offerings, and are in the process of deciding how to move forward in a post-pandemic reality, with traditional, online, and hybrid learning scenarios being viable options in different learning contexts. The Digital Learning and IS Curricula track provides an opportunity to exchange conceptual ideas and empirical findings regarding curriculum, pedagogy, learning environments, pedagogical innovations via the use of technologies to improve learning in educational institutions and beyond.

Track Co-Chairs
Jeffrey Proudfoot, Ph.D., Bentley University
Matthias Sollner, Ph.D., University of Kassel, Germany
Bernard Tan, Ph.D., National University of Singapore

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Monday, December 12th
12:00 AM

Benefits of Using Augmented Reality in Learning Settings: A Systematic Literature Review

Nastaran Mohammadhossein, Victoria University of Wellington
Alexander Richter, Victoria University of Wellington
Stephan Lukosch, University of Canterbury

12:00 AM

Business Model Innovation in Times of Crisis: Highway2Hybrid – A Trade Fairs Digital Transformation

Markus Böhm, University of Applied Sciences Landshut
Christian Müller, Technical University of Munich

12:00 AM

Educating about Responsible AI in IS: Designing a course based on Experiential Learning

Charlotte Husom Grøder, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Stefan Schmager, University of Agder
Elena Parmiggiani, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Polyxeni Vasilakopoulou, University of Agder
Ilias Pappas, NTNU
Sofia Papavlasopoulou, NTNU

12:00 AM

Emotional Regulation in Synchronous Online Collaborative Learning: A Facial Expression Recognition Study

Andy Nguyen, University of Oulu
Yvonne Hong, University of Auckland
Belle Dang, University of Oulu
Phuong Thi Bich Nguyen, University of Languages and International Studies, Vietnam National University

12:00 AM

Exploring the Cyclical Nature of Self-Regulation in Blended Learning: A Longitudinal Study

Shadi Esnaashari, University of auckland
Lesley A. Gardner, The University of Auckland
Michael Rehm, University of Auckland

12:00 AM

Fewer Faces Displayed Simultaneously, Less Videoconference Fatigue in Distance Learning? An Experimental Study

Jiaqi Li, Leiden University
Maarten H. Lamers, Leiden University
René Riedl, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria

12:00 AM

Preferences for digital versus printed textbooks: Existing and emerging challenges

Nikola Levkov, Ss Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje

12:00 AM

The Effects of Gamification Rewards in E-Learning: A Longitudinal Field Study on Motivation and Mental Fatigue

Jihao Luo, National University of Singapore
Jiamin Yin, National University of Singapore
Hock-Hai Teo, National University of Singapore

12:00 AM

The Importance of Business Continuity for Making Business: The Case of Design Kitchen

Jonna Järveläinen, University of Turku, Turku School of Economics
Markus Philipp Zimmer, Leuphana University of Lüneburg
Marko Niemimaa, University of Agder

12:00 AM

The State of Information Systems Education Research in Africa

Gwamaka Mwalemba, University of Cape Town
Kenneth Mashingaidze, University of Witwatersrand

12:00 AM

Towards Gamified Conversational Agents for Self-Regulated Learning in Digital Education

Dennis Benner, University of Kassel
Sofia Schöbel, Information Systems
Christoph Süess, Paixon GmbH

12:00 AM

Using AI to Read Contracts

Daniel E. O’Leary, University of Southern California

12:00 AM