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AMCIS Best Paper Awards Announced

Monday, August 17, 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Brook Pritchett

AMCIS 2015 featured more than 300 papers on a wide variety of topics. All accepted papers were judged and nominations for Best Paper Award included “A Multi-Experimental Examination of Analyzing Mouse Cursor Trajectories to Gauge Subject Uncertainty” by Jeffery Jenkins, Ross Larsen, Robert Bodily, Daniel Sandberg, Parker Williams, Steve Stokes, Spencer Harris of Brigham Young University and Joe Valacich of University of Arizona, “Study of Emergent Norm Formation in Online Crowds” by Nargess Tahmasbi, Gert Jan de Vreede of University of Nebraska, “Is it HIT? Task Complexity and Work Substitution” by Héctor Medina, Matthijs Verhulst, A.F. Rutkowski of Tilburg University, and “Identity Communication in Virtual Teams: Insights from Interviews with Working Professionals” by David Wilson, Susan Brown of University of Arizona, Sherry Thatcher of University of South Carolina and Sarah Harris of University of Arizona.

Winners of the AMCIS 2015 Best Paper Awards include “Study of Emergent Norm Formation in Online Crowds” by Nargess Tahmasbi and Gert Jan de Vreede of University of Nebraska and “Identity Communication in Virtual Teams: Insights from Interviews with Working Professionals” by David Wilson, Susan Brown of University of Arizona, Sherry Thatcher of University of South Carolina, and Sarah Harris of University of Arizona.


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