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10th UN Cefact Forum, Dublin from Mar 26, 2007 08:30 AM to Mar 30, 2007 06:00 PM Dublin, Ireland,
The 10th UN Cefact Forum will be held in Dublin, Ireland for the first time over March 26/30 2007.
ECSCW07 call for papers Mar 23, 2007 from 08:30 AM to 05:30 PM Limerick, Ireland,
ECSCW07 is soliciting high quality contributions for a single-track paper program: 23 March 2007 Paper submissions due, 8th May 2007 Accept/reject notification, 8th June 2007 Finished papers. Papers should present original reports of substantive new work and make clear the novel aspects of the research they present and its contribution to the development of CSCW theory and CSCW systems design. ECSCW07 is the Tenth European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW) and will take place in Limerick, Ireland, 24-28 September 2007.
TBG2 Dublin workshop from Mar 22, 2007 08:30 AM to Mar 25, 2007 05:05 PM Guinness Hops Store,
TBG2 meets in advance of the UN/CEFACT Forum in workshop format covering a number of areas; introduction to UN/CEFACT & UNeDocs (Digital Paper), benefits of UNeDocs for Irish Importer and Exporters, demonstration of how to Implement UNeDocs. A special open session is being held for Irish IT providers and developers, traders, and customs on Friday 23rd from 10am at the Guinness Hops Store in the heart of Dublin.
Call for papers IFIP WG8.1 Mar 15, 2007 from 08:50 AM to 11:50 PM Geneva, Switzerland,
Paper submission deadline: 15 March 2007, Notification of acceptance: 30 April 2007. IFIP WG8.1 Working Conference on Situational Method Engineering: Fundamentals and Experiences (ME'07)
20th Bled eMergence - call for papers Mar 04, 2007 from 06:30 PM to 11:10 PM Bled, Slovenia,
Merging and emerging technologies, processes, and institutions. Call for papers and participation. Deadline Extended. Important Dates: Submission of papers: March 4, 2007. Notification of acceptance: March 31, 2007., Submission of final papers: April 28, 2007
Seachtain na Gaeilge 2007 from Mar 03, 2007 08:45 AM to Mar 17, 2007 06:45 PM
Irish language week (Seachtain na Gaeilge) is being celebrated nationally and internationally at present 3-17 March 2007. For details on activities in your area take a look at: www.snag.ie. The last Bord na Gaeilge Irish Language Lunch for this term will be held at 1.20pm on Tuesday, 6 March 2007, Quinn School with guest speaker Pádhraic Ó Ciardha, Leas-Cheannasaí (Vice- Chairman) TG4. Live music and refreshments for all! Beannachtaí, Clár. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Chairde, Tá Seachtain na Gaeilge á cheiliúradh go hidirnáisiúnta faoi láthair, 3-17 Márta 2007 Chun eolas a fháil ar imeachtaí i do cheantair féin féach ar: www.snag.ie. Beidh an Lón le Gaeilge deireannach againn don téarma seo ag 1.20pm ar an 6 Márta, Scoil Uí Chuinn, leis an aoichainteoir Pádhraic Ó Ciardha, Leas-Cheannasaí TG4. Ceol beo agus soláistí do chách!
UKAIS 2007 - call for papers Mar 02, 2007 from 08:10 AM to 11:10 PM University of Manchester,
CALL FOR PAPERS - deadline for paper submissions extended to +++ 02nd March 2007 +++ Types of Submissions Sought: We invite original research papers from both academics and practitioners that present material related to the main theme, 21st century IS: do organisations matter?? and the following topics within the remit of Information Systems. We invite authors to present challenging work or adopt controversial positions; particularly from all sections of the academic and practitioners communities regardless of hierarchical position, status or academic reputation, engendering stimulating and scholarly debate. We invite those interested in participating to submit one of the following: * Full academic papers (5-8K words). * Short practitioner experience briefs (1.5 ? 2K words). * Proposals for panels (500 word outline of topic and prospective members). The conference proceedings will be published by Manchester University. Only papers that are accepted and presented in person will be published. Papers will be blind reviewed, and feedback will be provided to authors. Awards for outstanding papers will be presented and excellent papers will be considered for journal publication.
Reading Group February 13 2007 Feb 13, 2007 from 05:30 PM to 07:30 PM The Montrose Hotel, Belfield,
In the new year, we are continuing our quest for discovering emotions. After discussing Ciborra’s paper "The Mind or the Heart?" which was informed by Phenomenology, we will approach the topic this time with a Foucaultian perspective. In perfect harmony, we selected the following paper: MCGRATH, K. (2006) Affection not Affliction: The Role of Emotions in Information Systems and Organizational Change. Information and Organization, 16, 277-303. You get a copy of this paper from the e-library. We will gather on Tuesday 13 February at 5PM at the stairs in Quinn to trail off to the Montrose Hotel. Regards, Frank
Atlas ti Research Training from Feb 01, 2007 08:30 AM to Feb 02, 2007 11:10 PM Room Q108,
Atlas Two-Day Workshop, February 1st and 2nd. Room Q108, Quinn School School Belfield. Laptop required. Those interested in attending please contact Peadar Ó Scolaí to confirm your place. The aim of this session is to provide a thorough overview of ATLAS.ti 5 and to start planning for working on a real project. The session begins with demonstration and discussion of the main aspects of the software, providing an overview of its potential and an idea of its long-term usage. The hands-on sessions ground participants in the basic tools and tasks which usually occupy them for some time in a real project. We encourage effective and flexible use of tools, whilst staying in control of the work you do in the software. The course will suit those who have looked at or used ATLAS.ti to a limited extent, and those who are complete beginners. However you should already have some idea about what your approach to qualitative data will be. The course does not teach you ‘how to do’ qualitative data analysis per se, although we raise methodological and analytic issues in discussing projects. Tasks covered: Familiarization with major attributes of the software. Assigning textual and multimedia data. Working at the textual level, exploring data. Marking - annotating - memoing - coding - basic retrieval February 2nd: 10AM Q108: Day 2 Intermediate Session : Moving on with ATLAS.ti. This session will build on the work covered in Day 1 to think in more depth about the analytic tasks and begin to use the more sophisticated tools ATLAS.ti provides. Tasks covered: Network tool - Query tool - Text searching - Autocoding – Output Object Explorer - Object Crawler Backing - up and moving projects
HICSS-40 from Jan 03, 2007 08:35 AM to Jan 06, 2007 05:35 PM Hawaii,
The 40th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science 2007, Sponsored by the College of Business, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa. HICSS-40 covers the following tracks, or areas of research concentration: Collaboration Systems; Decision Technologies and Service Sciences; Digital Media: Content and Management; E-Government; Electric Power Systems; Structuring Information Technology in Health Care; Internet and the Digital Economy; Knowledge Management Systems; Organizational Systems and Technology; Software Technology.
9th International Conference on Decision Support Systems from Jan 02, 2007 09:00 AM to Jan 04, 2007 06:50 PM Kolkata, India,
9th International Conference on Decision Support Systems January 2-4, 2007, Kolkata, India Organized by the Association for Information Systems - SIGDSS International Society for Decision Support Systems
ICIS 2006 Milwaukee from Dec 10, 2006 08:05 AM to Dec 13, 2006 06:05 PM Milwaukee, Wisconsin - USA,
The International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2006. The program theme for ICIS 2006 is "IT for Under-Served Communities". Many communities globally are under-served by IT because they either lag in their embrace of IT or lack the economies of scale or infrastructures needed for commercial application development. We hope to attract papers that address IT needs for a broad range of "communities" and a variety of systems: systems in a regional context, e.g. rural areas; systems for those who cannot afford them; systems for developing countries; systems for specific types of organizations, e.g. small- and medium-sized organizations, non-profit organizations; and systems for groups or individuals with specific needs, for example senior citizens and individuals with disabilities. Potential topics include: Alternative, community driven software development approaches, Participation and requirements engineering, Comparison of policies to facilitate under-served communities. Active research already exists in many of these areas and this conference theme could inspire more work in other areas.
ECIS 2007 call for papers Nov 26, 2006 from 05:20 PM to 08:20 PM St Gallen, Switzerland,
Deadline for submission of papers now extended - NOVEMBER 26, 2006. ECIS 2007 will be held in St Gallen, Switzerland over June 07-09, 2007. Invitation to submit contributions related to one of the following 16 tracks: - IS Research Methodologies - IS and Transformation - IS/IT Management - IS Development - Organizational & Enterprise Engineering - E-Business - Information and Knowledge Management - Information Systems and Economics - IS Security & Risk - Mobile & Emerging Technologies for IS - E-Work - Logistics, Manufacturing and IS - Financial Services and IS - Public Sector Information Systems - Information Industry and IS - Tourism, Culture and IS
ITAIDE workshop: Helsinki 2006 from Nov 19, 2006 09:30 AM to Nov 21, 2006 09:30 AM Helsinki,
ITAIDE meeting in Finland, associated with "The IST event 2006" launch of the 7th Framework programme and associated networking sessions. Are you interested in the Workshop and Networking Session? Then have a look at "ICT Challenges in cross-border trade" and express your interest (web registration required).
IFIP 8.6, University of Salford, UK. Call for papers Nov 17, 2006 from 08:30 AM to 03:40 PM Salford, Manchester, UK.,
Paper submission deadline: 17th November 2006. Although significant progress has been made, aided by academic colloquia such as IFIP WG8.6, technological innovation continues to be problematic for many organisations, with the rate of failure of IS/IT projects remaining stubbornly high. It is clearly important to understand why some innovation efforts are successful while others fail – why the same technology that “diffuses” in one context meets only resistance and rejection in others! The aim of this conference is to help move forward our understanding of the organisational dynamics of technology-based innovation by diversifying the research agenda in three general areas: theoretical perspectives, methodologies, and organisational sectors. Paper submission deadline: 17th November 2006
CITO research seminar "Design of a Visual Thinking Environment for Creating Knowledge of Situated Organizational Experience" Nov 08, 2006 from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM Q233, Quinn School, Belfield,
You are cordially invited to a research seminar hosted by CITO and the MIS Department on Wednesday November 8 at 4pm in the Quinn Building room Q233. Professor Richard J. Boland Jr. from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University will discuss a theme he has been developing under the working title "Design of a Visual Thinking Environment for Creating Knowledge of Situated Organizational Experience". Dick explains; "As part of a larger effort to promote design thinking in management, I explore the design of a visual thinking environment for reflecting upon the personal experience of acting responsibly in an organizational setting. In developing this visual thinking environment, I will synthesize ideas from several key authors: the philosopher John Dewey, the art theorist Rudolph Arnheim, the novelist Walker Percy and the language theorists George Lakoff and Mark Johnson. Using Dewey, I characterize the organizational actor as actively engaging organizational life and seeking its betterment. Using Rudolph Arnheim, I depict the organizational actor as being centered in a multidimensional situation, which is experienced as force fields. Using Walker Percy, I emphasize the existential experience of the organizational actor, and the queer way in which language involves a dynamic of reversals, rotations and transcendence. Using Lakoff and Johnson, I emphasize that the predicaments experienced by the organizational actor are based on the experience of being embodied and confronting the problem of self and other. I then propose the design of a visual thinking environment in which the individual can visualize the changing field of forces in their situation, and can explore possibilities for seeking organizational betterment." ALL WELCOME (please circulate)
Reading Group November 7 2006 Nov 07, 2006 from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM The Couches in Quinn,
"The experience of system design: a hermeneutic of organizational action" by Richard Boland and Wesley Day. This paper represents a shift away from our recent forays into 'high theory' and a return to theoretical development grounded in the empirical, or in this case the empirical as interviews and reflections from a worker in the field. BOLAND, R. J. & DAY, W. F. (1989) The Experience of System Design: A Hermeneutic of Organizational Action. Scandinavian Journal of Management, 5, 87-104. Abstract: An interpretive description of the experience of being an information system designer is developed through a series of in-depth interviews. The subject is a system analyst responsible for developing a computer system in a small organization. The study is a hermeneutic of organizational action in that it reads the text of the subject's experience and discloses structures of meaning being drawn upon during the system design process. These structures of meaning are discussed along three dimensions; the experience of moving through and being located within the organizational space, the experience of interacting with others during the task of system design and the experience of making moral choices. Contact me for directions on obtaining a copy of the paper, it can be a difficult article to source. We're a little constrained by wanting to read the paper around the time that Dick Boland himself will be in Dublin so we've decided that tuesday 7th at lunch time (12:30pm) is the best fit.
NuDIMS. Dick Boland "Wakes of Innovation in Project Networks: The case of digital 3-D representations in architecture, engineering and construction" Nov 06, 2006 from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM Quinn School of Business, UCD, Belfield. Room Q233,
You are cordially invited to the next NuDIMS seminar on Monday November 6 at 4pm in Q233 Quinn Building.
CITO PhD Working Session Nov 03, 2006 from 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM Room Q233 Belfield, Quinn School of Business,
We are pleased to invite the CITO community to a PhD working session on Friday November 3. CITO members studying in MComm/MPhil/PhD programmes will deliver a paper/presentation of their current research. This is envisaged as a working session chaired by Richard J. Boland Jr. from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. Students should deliver their paper/presentation (15 minutes) after which attendees should give feedback on the topic area and approach presented (15 minutes). The working sessions take place the afternoon of November 3rd in Q233 from 2 to 5pm (tea/coffee will be provided) after which might reconvene in the College Common Room.
IFIP 8.2. Call for papers Nov 01, 2006 from 04:00 PM to 08:00 PM Portland OR, USA,
Call for papers, deadline 1 November 2006. IFIP 8.2 2007 Working Conference on Virtuality and Virtualization 29-31 July 2007, Portland, OR, USA
Reading Group October 5th 2006 Oct 05, 2006 from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM The Couches in Quinn,
Embodying information systems: the contribution of phenomenology.
ISOneWorld 2007. Call for papers Sep 29, 2006 from 09:50 AM to 07:50 PM Las Vegas, Nevada, USA,
Call for papers. ISOneWorld2007 Conference, April 11-13, 2007, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (ORLEANS Convention Center), Special Track: Systems Thicanking/Systems Practice, Track Chair: Don Petkov. Electronic Submission (BLIND REVIEWED): September 29, 2006, Review Notification: October 13, 2006 Camera Ready: October 20, 2006. The aim of this special track at ISOneWorld 2007 is to provide a representation of current research on systems thinking and systems practice applying various systems approaches to practical problems or theoretical issues in the ICT sector. The methods involve any systems or soft OR approach like: Soft Systems Methodology, The Work System Framework, The Viable Systems Model, SAST, Interactive Planning, Interactive Management, Strategic Choice, Robustness Analysis, SODA, Critical Systems Thinking (including Multimethodology, Critical Systems Practice, CSH, Creative Design of Methods) or similar related methods applied to any aspect of Information and Communication Technology. Selected accepted papers will be published in an international journal.
KSS'2006 from Sep 22, 2006 09:45 AM to Sep 25, 2006 07:45 PM Beijing, China.,
The 7th International Symposium on Knowledge and Systems Science "Towards Knowledge Synthesis and Creation", Beijing, China, September 22-25, 2006. Dr Cathal Brugha, University College Dublin, Ireland has been invited as keynote speaker at KSS'2006, the annual meeting of the International Society of Knowledge and Systems Sciences. Cathal Brugha's keynote presentation is titled "A Meta System for Understanding International Conflict". KSS'2006 is the 7th International Symposium on Knowledge & Systems Sciences to be held in Beijing, Sept. 22-25, 2006 and supported by National Natural Sciences Foundation of China (NSFC).
Ethnography 2006 from Sep 13, 2006 08:30 AM to Sep 14, 2006 05:45 PM University of Liverpool, UK.,
The first Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences. A joint programme by the University of Liverpool Management School and Keele University Institute for Public Policy and Management.
IAM 2006 from Sep 06, 2006 08:30 AM to Sep 08, 2006 05:30 PM University College Cork,
The conference theme of IAM 2006 is 'New Models of Management in the Knowledge Economy.' Individuals, groups, organisations and societies actively construct their identities through modelling or emulating others. Papers addressing the theme of mimesis and modelling are invited. Papers addressing the issue of innovation and the management of innovation are also welcome.
EGOV 2006 from Sep 04, 2006 08:00 AM to Sep 08, 2006 05:00 PM Krakow (Poland),
The EGOV Conference Series intends to assess the state of the art in eGovernment and eGovernance and to provide guidance for research and development in this fast-moving field. The EGOV Conference Series hosts four distinct formats of contributions: Scientific papers, project presentations, workshops, and panel discussions. They encourage scientific rigor and discussions of state of the art in the field, but also welcome innovative research work in progress, and studies of practical eGovernment projects and systems implementation.
Reading Group August 10th 2006 Aug 10, 2006 from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM The Couches in Quinn,
Phenomenology, Screens, and the World: A Journey with Husserl and Heidegger into Phenomenology
AMCIS 2006 from Aug 04, 2006 09:00 AM to Aug 06, 2006 01:00 PM Acapulco, México,
12th Americas Conference on Information Systems.
IFIP 8.2, University of Limerick, July 2006 from Jul 13, 2006 08:15 AM to Jul 15, 2006 08:15 PM
Social Inclusion: Societal & Organizational Implications for Information Systems. The expression social exclusion is widely deployed in debates that refer to changes in society which have consequences for individuals and collectivities who are excluded from various processes such as: participation in decision-making and political procedures, access to employment and material resources, and integration into common cultural processes. Contemporary debates about social exclusion identify information as a key dimension of poverty, and digital exclusion as a problem. As the IS field broadens to embrace wider concerns that go beyond systems development issues, it is essential that we expand our field of enquiry to consider what are the processes that engender social exclusion and what are the issues that derive from it? General Chair: Julie Kendall. Program Chairs: Debra Howcroft and Eileen Trauth. Organizing Chairs: Tom Butler and Brian Fitzgerald.
AGM of the IAIS Jul 12, 2006 from 09:10 AM to 05:30 PM
The Annual General Meeting of the Irish Association of Information Systems will be held on July 12th at 5:30pm in University of Limerick. As well as the Annual General Meeting the following two events will also be taking place in UL on that day. 1)keynote by Geoff Walsham at 2pm and 2) at 4pm a Q&A session with senior faculty from around the world who will discuss some (hopefully) provocative questions submitted by the audience.