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AMCIS 2021 Mini Track: Social Media Analytics in Organization Knowledge Management (Mini-Track CFP of the 27th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) )

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Organization: Association for Information Systems
Event: Mini-Track CFP of the 27th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS)
Categories: Digital Humanities, Lingustics, Anthropology/Sociology, Science, Engineering, Miscellaneous
Event Date: 2021-08-09 to 2021-08-13 Abstract Due: 2021-03-01

The 27th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 

Mini-Track: Social Media Analytics in Organizational Knowledge Management

Conference Dates: August 9-13, 2021 (virtual conference)

Submission Deadline: March 1, 2021

Type of submissions: Complete research papers (10 pages) or Emergent Research Forum papers (5 pages)

Author Notification: April 16, 2021

Camera ready submission deadline:  April 23, 2021

Conference site: https://amcis2021.aisconferences.org

Submission site: https://new.precisionconference.com/user/login

 

About the Mini-Track:
Social media analytics (SMA) is concerned with developing and evaluating informatics tools and frameworks to collect, monitor, analyze, summarize, and visualize SM data. The past decade has witnessed dramatic growth of SMA research and its application in different domains. Despite technological and theoretical relevance, the impact of SMA on organizational knowledge management is not entirely clear. Recent advances in deep learning, artificial intelligence, and network science present exciting opportunities to enrich SMA for organizational knowledge creation and management. Much research is needed to elevate the impact of SMA on organizations. This mini-track solicits innovative research papers on the development and application of social media analytics in organizational knowledge management (accepted papers will have the opportunity to be fast-tracked for publication in special issues of peer-reviewed journals under preparation). Topics of interests include (but are not limited to):

  • Innovations of deep learning approaches in SMA for organizational KM
  • SM-based environment monitoring, social listening, and situational awareness
  • Innovative extraction of knowledge and intelligence from SM content using natural language processing in SMA
  • Analysis of SM networks for organizational knowledge creation
  • Intelligent summarization and visualization of SM content and usage
  • Time-aware SMA for organizational sensing and knowledge creation
  • Application of social and psychological theories to SMA development
  • Domain-specific use of SMA for organizational KM (e.g., finance, marketing, human resources, public administration, public health)


Submission instructions: https://amcis2021.aisconferences.org/submissions/submission-instructions/

Submission site: https://new.precisionconference.com/user/login

(Make new submissions to “AIS," "AMCIS 2021" and “AMCIS2021 Papers”, and then select the track "Social Computing" and its mini-track "Social Media Analytics in Organizational Knowledge Management”)

FAQ: https://amcis2021.aisconferences.org/submissions/submission-frequently-asked-questions/

Call for Paper: https://is.wcu.edu/wchung/doc/CFP-SMAKM_AMCIS21.pdf

Type of submissions: Complete research papers (10 pages) or Emergent Research Forum papers (5 pages)

  • Submission Deadline: March 1, 2021
  • Author Notification: April 16, 2021
  • Camera ready submission deadline:  April 23, 2021


About AMCIS: 

The annual Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) is one of the leading conferences for presenting the broadest variety of research done by and for IS/IT academicians. Every year its papers and panel presentations are selected from over 700 submissions, and the AMCIS proceedings are in the permanent collections of libraries throughout the world. Our conference philosophy is that four elements are necessary for a successful AMCIS conference: 

- High quality networking opportunities 

- High quality research presented throughout the conference that is engaging, thought provoking, and pushes the boundaries of our field 

- An approach that ensures that SIGs play a critical role in the development of both the pre-AMCIS workshop experience as well as the programmatic elements of the conference itself 

- Opportunities for professional development for attendees regardless of their current level of seniority. 


AMCIS Mini-Track Co-Chairs:

Wingyan Chung, wingyan@acm.org

Daniel Zeng, zeng@email.arizona.edu

 


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wingyan@acm.org

Wingyan Chung