AIS COVID-19 Learning Action Awards Announced
Wednesday, August 19, 2020
Posted by: Brook Pritchett
In late June 2020, AIS announced the creation of the AIS COVID-19 Learning action awards, which helped to recognize exceptional postings to the AIS Covid-19 Forum on one or more of the following issues:
- New classes developed specifically around the role of IS in the pandemic recovery.
- Changes to your syllabus for subject X to include Covid-19 relevant material.
- Changes to your syllabus for subject X to teach in an online or hybrid mode.
- How you plan to teach topic Y, a part of subject X, in online mode.
- What you have learned from teaching online during recent months, and what behaviors you have adopted (or abandoned).
- New approaches to assessment when students cannot be readily supervised.
- How you will handle and assess group discussions, cases, or debates, etc.
- Descriptions of Covid-19 related assignments
- Mini Cases addressing Covid-19 issues
The Learning Action Awards selection committee has chosen the following winners:
- Joseph Taylor, California State University, Sacramento, Sacramento CA
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- Timothy Olsen, Gonzaga University, Spokane WA
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- Sebastian A. Günther, University of Bamberg, Bamberg, Germany
The impact of social normative feedback on students' online learning behavior: A replication study during the Covid-19 pandemic
- Mo Moeini, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK
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Joint first winners
- LG Pee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Shan L Pan, UNSW Business School, Sydney, Australia
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- Jang Bahadur Singh, IIM Tiruchirappalli, India and KS Manikandan, IM Tiruchirappalli, India
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The AIS COVID-19 Learning Action Awards include a $200 or $100 (USD) award for each of the three AIS regions, for a total of six awards. Further, the donations enabling these awards are matched by AIS, so each award recipient can specify a Covid-19 related charity in their region to receive an amount equal to their award. Finally, each award recipient will receive a formal certificate to recognize their contribution.
Special thanks to the awards judges including:
Blake Ives, University of Houston, USA
Munir Mandviwalla, Temple University, USA
Isabel Ramos, University of Minho, Portugal
Priya Seetharaman, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, India
Rick Watson, University of Georgia, USA (Chair)