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AMCIS 2018

Looking forward to AMCIS 2018 (New Orleans, LA, August 16-18, 2018)

SIGADIT sponsors a number of mini-tracks each year at the AMCIS conference. Click here for more details on AMCIS 2018.

Michael Keppel
DIGIT 2017 Workshop

Click here to view the DIGIT 2017 Program.

Recognitions: 
Best Paper (2017): Operationalization and Measurement of the Concept of Effective Use by Haake, P., Schacht, S., Koegel, C. and Maedche, A. 
Best Doctoral Paper: On Usefulness in Mandatory Healthcare Settings by Ejnefjäll, T. and Ågerfalk, P.J. 
Best Reviewer: Wenxi Pu, Clemson University

Michael Keppel
DIGIT 2016 Workshop

Click here to view the DIGIT 2016 Program.

Recognitions: 
Best Paper (2016): Operationalization and Measurement of the Concept of Effective Use by Haake, P., Schacht, S., Koegel, C. and Maedche, A. 
Best Doctoral Paper: On Usefulness in Mandatory Healthcare Settings by Ejnefjäll, T. and Ågerfalk, P.J. 
Best Reviewer: Wenxi Pu, Clemson University

Michael Keppel
DIGIT 2015 Workshop

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“Exploring the Information Frontier in Adoption and Diffusion.”

In 2015, SIGADIT celebrated 25 years. The 2015 workshop included paper roundtables, panel discussions and poster presentations. Last year, our panel members were Izak Benbasat, Joey George and Joe Valacich who discussed the new frontiers in adoption and diffusion research.

Michael Keppel
DIGIT 2014 Workshop

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“Reflection and Looking Forward: A Journey of 25-Year Technology Adoption and Diffusion Research.”

The 2014 workshop included paper roundtables, panel discussions and poster presentations. Our panel members were Fred D. Davis, Dale Goodhue and Viswanath Venkatesh who discussed what we have learned from a quarter century of IS adoption and diffusion research and what we can do in future

Recognitions: 
Best Reviewer: Annette Mills, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

Michael Keppel
DIGIT 2013 Workshop

Click here to view the DIGIT 2013 Program.

“Embracing Theoretical and Methodological Breakthroughs in IT Adoption and Diffusion Research.”

The 2013 workshop included a panel discussion with Varun Grover, Arun Rai and Bernard Tan who discussed new theoretical and methodological breakthroughs for adoption and diffusion research beyond the traditional ways. Their PPT presentations are available here: 
  - Presentation by Varun Grover 
  - Presentation by Arun Rai
  - Presentation by Bernard Tan

Recognitions: 
Best Reviewer: Sven Laumer, University of Bamburg, Germany

Michael Keppel