[Eurchap] CfP Australian Conf. on Information Systems (ACIS 2005) in Sydney, Australia

Christopher Lueg lueg at it.uts.edu.au
Mon May 16 03:53:15 EDT 2005

16th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2005)
"Socialising IT: Thinking About the People"

Sydney, 30th November - 2nd December

ACIS is the premier Australasian conference for IS academics, covering
technical, organisational and industry issues in the application of IT to
real world problems.

Papers submitted to ACIS2005 are fully double-blind refereed and selected
papers will be fast-tracked to high quality IS journals. The conference
will be preceded by a doctoral consortium, and research students are also
encouraged to submit papers to the special student section of the main
conference where they will be given extended feedback.

To be held at the Manly Pacific Hotel across the street from beautiful
Manly Beach. Manly is 10 Km from Sydney CBD by Ferry across spectacular
Sydney Harbour. Manly lies on a peninsular between the harbour and the
Pacific Ocean, and has over 2 Km of scenic beach, as well as a harbour
pool and aquarium. Al fresco dining is available at reasonable prices at a
wide variety of cafes and restaurants. In Sydney, December is early
summer; the weather is warm and usually fine and sunny with an average
maximum temperature of 26C.

Important Dates

Full Paper Submission:	       13th June, 2005
Accept/Reject Notification:    2nd September, 2005
Camera Ready Copy:             30th September, 2005
Doctoral Consortium:           28-29th November, 2005
Main Conference:               30th November-2nd December, 2005

ACIS is timed to run just before ICIS on 11-14th December in Las Vegas.
Delegates from Europe are advised to consider combining the two
conferences on a round-the-world ticket.

Conference Tracks

Authors are encouraged to submit papers that fit broadly into the
following tracks, although papers on other related topics will be

- IS Theory, Practice and Methods
  theories unique to IS, applications of other disciplines to IS, IS
  development methods, case studies of IS development and use
- IS and Education
  educating with IT and educating about IT
- Intercultural perspectives on IS
  cultural issues in IS design and adoption, indigenous and other minority
  voices, IS in cultural preservation and renewal
- IS and Community Services
  health, government, sport, community groups
- IT, Creativity and Collaboration
  interactive art, supporting design, artists and technologists working
- IS and Global Collaboration
  supporting international research, development, business and learning
- IS and Mobile Devices innovation, adoption, knowledge sharing, work
- IS and Business Strategy
  governance, change, new ways of doing business, developing relationships
  within the business
- Integrity of IS
  security, ethics, legal issues

Paper Format

Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished papers for
consideration for ACIS2005, nominating a theme-related track. All papers
will be double-blind refereed.  Maximum paper length is 10 A4 pages (Times
Roman 10pt) in total.  A template for paper preparation can be found at
the web site given below.

Oral presentations will be 20 minutes plus 10 minutes for questions. There
will be a special track for papers by current PhD students (single author
only).  The same paper requirements apply, but 20 minutes oral
presentation will be followed by 20 minutes discussion by the group.

Web Site   http://depts.it.uts.edu.au/is/ACIS2005
e-mail     jim at it.uts.edu.au

Dr. Christopher Lueg
Charles Darwin University
CRICOS Provider No: 00300K
Darwin, NT, Australia
lueg at it.uts.edu.au

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