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03.05.18 13:08

Social Information Systems Mini-Track at HICSS '19

Various forms of social information systems have emerged with online communities, collaborative technologies, blogs, wikis and sites for crowdsourcing being among the well-known. These systems have profound implications on the way individuals communicate, be it in private or professional interactions, and the way economic processes are organized. The objective of the second "Social Information Systems" mini-track at the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) is to promote the scientific exchange on the design, implementation, operation and improvement of social information systems. Among the possible topics are:

- New methods for developing and understanding social information systems
- Insights how communication and innovation can be fostered by social information systems
- Impact of weak ties, social production, egalitarianism and mutual service provisioning
- Businesses processes enabled by social information systems
- Link of social business processes and other business processes
- Modeling of social processes for social information systems
- New technologies and architectures for social information systems
- Data creation and analytics within social information systems

The mini-Track is organized by Rainer Schmidt, Rainer Alt und Selmin Nurcan. They look forward to your submission(s). Further information and a description of the Mini-Track is available at http://hicss.hawaii.edu/tracks-52/digital-and-social-media/#social-information-systems-minitrack/.



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