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Nov 1-4, 2023

ISCAP Conference

Computing Education + Information Systems Applied Research

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Focus Areas

Detailed call for participation coming soon...

The conference is organized around Focus Areas, all built on a foundation of education and applied research related to information systems.

IS Education

Innovation in Pedagogy, Model Curriculum, ...

IS Applied Research

IS Practice, Cloud Computing, Trends, Strategy, ...

Cybersecurity

Education, Pedagogy, Practice, Research, ...

Data Analytics

Education, Pedagogy, Practice, Research, ...

Teaching Cases

Teaching Exercises and Case Studies with Notes

Submission Methods

In addition to full papers, we also accept abstracts describing works-in-progress and both workshop and panel presentation proposals. Detailed submission requirements coming soon..

Abstracts + Workshops + Panels

Works-in-progress, professional development, group discussion...

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Information Systems & Computing Academic Professionals | Education Special Interest Group

Witman
Paul Witman

Conference Chair

Conference Dates Nov. 1-4

Key Dates & Deadlines

1
April

Paper system open for submissions

2
June 15

Deadline for award consideration for papers and cases. Early bird registration deadline. Deadline for panel & workshop proposals (full consideration).

3
July 15

Deadline for journal consideration for papers and cases. All papers submitted before this deadline are invited for submission to our journals.

4
August 15

Deadline for inclusion in proceedings for papers and abstracts. Final deadline for panel & workshop proposals (if program space available).

5
October 1

Register for conference and hotel.

$159

per night, including resort fee from Oct 31 - Nov 5

13

minute drive from Albuquerque International Airport

0.3

mile walk to historic Old Town Plaza

Renovated in 2022 and conveniently located in the heart of Old Town. The Hotel Albuquerque is steps away from Sawmill Market, a 25,000 square-foot food hall with various local vendors featuring an array of culinary experiences.

Reservations must be made by calling the hotel directly at 505.843.6300. Please mention Group: ISCAP to get our rate of $149 + $10 resort fee (for a total of $159/per night). Rates are good until our block is sold out or on or before October 2, 2023. Rates will be honored 3 days before and 3 days after our conference (pending availability). You will be charged for one days stay with your reservation, but all reservations may be cancelled up to 48 hours in advance.

Albuquerque, New Mexico

One of the oldest cities in the US, boasting a unique multicultural history and heritage. Native American and Hispanic & Latino cultural influences are a part of everyday life. Authentic Southwest restaurants, shops and world-class visual and performing arts. Dramatic confluence of past and present set against a backdrop of the stunning Sandia Mountains and an endless blue sky.

Things to do

Visit world-class museums or stroll along Central Avenue (Route 66). 310 days of sunshine—perfect for outdoor activities, biking and hiking. The weather and scenery have made Albuquerque the hot air ballooning capital of the world.

Sandia Mountains

Just east of Albuquerque, millions of people journey into the Sandia Mountains each year. More than half these visitors ride the Sandia Peak Tram.

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Sandia Peak Tramway

Experience Albuquerque from above, when you soar across the sky in the longest aerial tramway in North America reaching the 10,378-foot crest of the Sandia Mountains.

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Hot Air Ballooning

New Mexico is known for year-round hot air ballooning and we've partnered up with the oldest and most experienced professional balloon ride company, Rainbow Ryders, to take your vacation to the next level.

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Historic Old Town

Explore the heart of Albuquerque, Historic Old Town founded here in 1706 and the center of Albuquerque's cultural district, with numerous museums, shops, galleries, and restaurants.

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Albuquerque Museum of Art

The Albuquerque Museum focuses on the American Southwest, and its history and photo archive collections primarily relate to Albuquerque's life and culture.

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Outdoor Recreation

Albuquerque has some of the best outdoor recreation in the country, perfect for hiking, mountain biking, cycling, running, and more. Experience trails in the Sandia Mountains or the Manzano Mountains.

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Museum of Natural History

The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science is just a short walk from Hotel Albuquerque. The museum is home to a wide array of interactive and educational displays, visiting collections, a planetarium, Dynomax, an IMAX theater, and permanent exhibits.

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Sawmill Market

Adjacent to the Hotel Albuquerque, the Sawmill Market is a 25,000 square-foot food hall with numerous local food vendors showcasing a multitude of culinary traditions. It not only features restaurants and bars but also offers entertainment venues, art galleries, and more.

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Conference Team

Paul Witman

Conference Chair & ISEDJ Editor

Tom Janicki

Conference Planner & Journal Publisher

David Woods

Papers Co-Chair, IS Education

Kevin Mentzer

Papers Co-Chair, IS Education

Daniel Rush

Papers Chair, IS Applied Research

Ira Goldstein

Teaching Cases Co-Chair

Michelle Louch

Teaching Cases Co-Chair

David Yates

Papers Chair, Cybersecurity

James Pomykalski

Papers Chair, Analytics

Vaneet Kaur

Abstracts Co-Chair

Victor Berardi

Abstracts Co-Chair

Mark Frydenberg

Corporate Workshops Chair

Melinda Korzaan

Member Fellowship Co-Coordinator

RJ Podeschi

Member Fellowship Co-Coordinator

Leigh Mutchler

Proceedings Editor

Paul Zhang

JISE Editor

Scott Hunsinger

JISAR Editor

Anthony Serapiglia

CPPJ Co-Editor

Jeff Cummings

CPPJ Co-Editor & ISCAP-EDSIG President

Amy Connolly

Communication Coordinator

Eric Breimer

Web Master

Registration

Nov 1-4, 2023

ISCAP Conference

Early Bird
$425 before June 15

Registration will open in May

Item Cost

Regular

$450
$495 after Oct 1

Virtual

$350
$125 Ph.D. or other students

EDSIG Fellow

$350
$395 after Oct 1

EDSIG Fellow Retired

$275
Regardless of date

Ph.D. or other students

$275
Regardless of date

Additional Paper

$100
Without co-author(s) registering

Guest Package

$150
Regardless of date
Cancellations:
  • May 1 - June 30 – full refund of all fees*
  • July 1 - October 1 – 75%
  • Oct 2 - October 15 – 50%
  • No refunds after October 15

* Registration fee and any additional fees (second paper, guest package).

You may switch between the in-person conference and the virtual conference (or vice versa) until October 20 (as long as space permits), with the appropriate difference between the two registration modes ($100) either being due or refunded. All cancellations or changes must be in writing and sent to publisher@isedj.org.

Virtual Registration

ISCAP-EDSIG recognizes that participants may have limited ability to travel due to institutional restrictions or underlying health concerns. This year’s conference will have a limited virtual option for accepted papers. Authors will have the ability to present their work live, engage with peers who are at the conference site, and view/engage with other paper presentations from one breakout room (approximately 35 presentations). Accepted papers for the virtual option are eligible for awards, journal publications, and conference proceedings per the published deadline dates for the in-person conference.

During registration, authors will indicate whether they intend to attend the conference in-person or virtually. Virtual registrations must be requested by October 20. We will do our best to accommodate changes if space permits. Previous registrations can be changed from virtual to in-person or vice-versa. Those who change from virtual to in-person will be charged an additional $100. Those who change from in-person to virtual be refunded $100. Refer to the cancellation policy for specifics regarding refund procedures.

The number of virtual attendees will be limited and is at the discretion of the conference committee. The total number of virtual attendees will be determined by the virtual registration deadline, October 1.

Virtual presentations will occur between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time. A session chair will be present to coordinate virtual conferencing software and facilitate the in-person audience question and answer portion.

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