My paper was selected as one of the best published information systems papers of 2012

My paper with Mary Beth Watson-Manheim and Katherine M. Chudoba (Perceived discontinuities and constructed continuities in virtual work, Information Systems Journal, Volume 22, Issue 1, 29-52) was selected as one the best published information systems papers of 2012.

ICPSR challenge grant for research data management

Jian Qin and I were awarded one of four one-year challenge grants from ICPSR's Sloan-funded project on "Building Community Engagement in Data Citation and Open Access to Data," to support innovative research on topics related to the management and stewardship of research data (see the press release here). Our project is "Development and Dissemination of a Capability Maturity Model for Research Data Management Training and Performance Assessment".

Peer Production, Collective Intelligence, and Open Communities: Issues for Researchers and Educators

I recently took part in a webinar on "Peer Production, Collective Intelligence, and Open Communities: Issues for Researchers and Educators". The recording is posted here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvL-Cpg4lK8

Academy of Management Junior Faculty Consortium Call for Participation

The OCIS Division will sponsor a Junior Faculty Consortium on Friday 9 August 2013, prior to the Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Lake Buena Vista, FL.

HICSS 2014 Digital and Social Media Track

The Digital & Social Media track of the Hawai'i International Conference on System Science (HICS) is a convening platform for researchers to share and discuss their cutting-edge research on digital and social media. Defined in a broad sense, digital media are digitized content (text, graphics, audio/video) that can be archived and transmitted over multiple networks such as cable, satellite, telecommunications, and broadband networks to a variety of digital devices from mainframe systems to individual smart phones. Social media describes the collection of web and mobile-based technologies that mediate human and social communication via social networks and that enable individuals, groups and communities to gather, communicate and share information, to collaborate or to play. Digital and social media research are closely related, as both address basic communications processes (defined as the sharing of meaning) and increasingly critical as the role of networks and other digital technologies become an anchor for change in societies. The track includes nine mini-tracks on a variety of topics.

You can see the best papers for the minitracks here.

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