AMCIS 2016 provides the opportunity for attendees to explore a topic or focus of interest in a discussion panel format. Panels typically involve a moderator (who poses several questions related to the topic), three to four knowledgeable contributors with alternative views or perspectives on the topic, and time for attendee discussion. Depending on the topic, the contributors can be from the academy and/or from industry. Submissions related to the conference theme (“Surfing the IT Innovation Wave”), or other relevant topics of interest to AMCIS attendees, will be considered.
Early January 2016: Submissions accepted
March 2, 2016: Last day to submit proposal
April 6, 2016: Notification of acceptance
The complete panel proposal should be no more than three pages.
Your panel proposal should contain the topic title and include an abstract as well as the following sections:
Panel proposals for AMCIS 2016 will open in early January 2016. Submissions will close March 2, 2016.
Submissions are encouraged as soon as possible. Improvement suggestions and feedback will be provided after submission. Notifications of acceptance/rejection will be sent out on or around April 6.
San Francisco State University