ABOUT DIGIT 2019!
The Special Interest Group on the Adoption and Diffusion of Information Technology (SIG ADIT) is celebrating its 30th year and will again host a pre-ICIS workshop for people interested in information technology adoption and diffusion (DIGIT). DIGIT will be held on Sunday, December 15, 2019 in Munich. The theme this year is “IS Innovation Adoption, Use, and Diffusion: How Ecosystems Matter".
The emergence of digital ecosystems is an opportunity to reinvigorate the study of IS innovation adoption, use, and diffusion, because they bring to the fore several contextual considerations that are still under-theorized. These include network effects, which alter diffusion dynamics and complicate adoption decisions as well as architectural choices that undergird an ecosystem, which can constrain or aid the evolvability of a digital ecosystem. Furthermore, data is the lifeblood of ecosystems, and the extent to which it is created, exchanged, traded, and circulated within and across ecosystems calls for renewed attention to the role of information privacy, IS security, institutional norms, and regulations in adoption and use behavior. Given the theoretical and practical importance of digital ecosystems for IS adoption and use, the 2019 DIGIT workshop provides an opportunity for IS innovation researchers to come together and generate vibrant discussions and exchanges of ideas about this new development. Please see our DIGIT 2019 Call for Papers for further details.
Submissions Due: Extended to Friday 6th September 2019.
Notification of acceptance or rejection will be made in mid-October.
Submissions. All submissions must use the Pre-ICIS DIGIT template.
Faculty members and doctoral students are encouraged to attend and participate in the round-table discussions and poster sessions.
In order to foster the workshop atmosphere that has developed in previous meetings, registration will again be limited to about 50 people. Refreshments will be provided to attendees. You can register for DIGIT during the regular ICIS registration process. As only a limited number of seats remain available, please register at your earliest convenience.
Please contact one of the following persons for further information about the workshop:
PAST DIGIT WORKSHOPS (AND PAPERS)
Looking for information and papers for past DIGIT Workshops?
Please browse below for further details.
|2017 - Seoul, South Korea||proceedings||The Bright and the Dark Side of IT Use cfp|
|2016 - Dublin, Ireland||proceedings||Technology Adoption, Use and Diffusion Research at the Crossroad cfp|
|2015 - Fort Worth, Texas||proceedings||Exploring the Information Frontier in Adoption and Diffusion cfp|
|2014 - Auckland, New Zealand||proceedings|| Reflection and Looking Forward: A Journey of 25-Year Technology Adoption
and Diffusion Research cfp
|2013 - Milan, Italy||proceedings|| Embracing Theoretical and Methodological Breakthroughs in IT Adoption and
Diffusion Research cfp
|2012 - Orlando, Florida, USA||program||Delivering e-Services in the Digitally-Enabled World Economy cfp|
|2011 - Shanghai, China||program||Adoption and Diffusion of Information Technology in a Globally Connected World * cfp|
|2010 - St. Louis, USA||proceedings|| Reflections of the Past and Gateway to the Future of Adoption and Diffusion
|2009 - Phoenix, USA||proceedings||Adoption and Diffusion Research: What Matters Next?|
|2008 - Paris, France||proceedings|| Ethics, Design and Diffusion: Future Directions for Information Systems
Research in a Global Community
|2007 - Montreal, Canada||proceedings||Crossing Boundaries in IT Diffusion Research|
|2006 - Milwaukee, USA||proceedings||Technology Adoption: Past, Present and Future|
|2005 - Las Vegas, USA||proceedings|| Non-Adopters, Non-Adapters, and Post-Adoption Rejection: Inhibitors to the
New Frontiers of IT
|2004 - Washington DC, USA||proceedings|| Understanding the Micro-Macro Linkages of Individual, Group, and
|2003 - Seattle, USA||proceedings||Beyond Acceptance: Investigating Post-Adoption Phenomena|
|2002 - Barcelona, Spain||proceedings||Beyond Acceptance: Investigating Post-Adoption Phenomena|
|2001 - New Orleans, USA||proceedings||Beyond Acceptance: Investigating Post-Adoption Phenomena|