CALL FOR PAPERS: SUBMIT YOUR PAPER TO GAMIFICATION GROUP (CO-)CHAIRED TRACKS AT HAWAII INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SYSTEM SCIENCES 2024
This year you have the opportunity to submit your paper for one of the Gamification Group (co-)chaired minitrack at Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2024).
According to Microsoft Academic in 2021, in terms of citations, HICSS has ranked first among information systems as well as business conferences.
HICSS 2024 will take place at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, Honolulu.
Gamification Group is (co-)charing 6 minitracks in the conference:
Gamification minitrack, encouraging a wide range of submissions from any disciplinary backgrounds (e.g., empirical and conceptual research papers, case studies, and reviews) related to gamification, including (but not limited to) users, education, media, commerce, work, technology, toys & playfulness, health, cities, theories, concepts and methods from such as positive, negative, speculative, cultural, historical, ethical perspectives.
Game-based Learning minitrack, encouraging submissions from any disciplinary background reporting different kinds of studies (e.g., empirical studies, case studies, methods and techniques, conceptual frameworks, and literature reviews). Covering related to neighboring concepts such as educational games, serious games, gamified learning, single and multiplayer games for learning, simulation, and training games, gameful design, etc.
Streaming Media as Entertainment minitrack, looking for theoretical, conceptual, and empirical papers investigating video streaming and audio streaming. This mintrack anticipates submissions including, but not limited to the topics related various types of media such as live streaming, on-demand streaming, and short-form video formats and vlogs in digital media.
Authors of accepted papers have the option to fast-track extended versions of their HICSS papers either to journals such as: Electronic Markets (papers that approach the topic of the minitrack from the perspective of the digital economy), Internet Research (papers that approach the topic of the minitrack from the perspective of the internet), or AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction (papers that approach the topic of the minitrack from the perspective of human-computer interaction).
This year, GG is also co-charing three others minitracks that you can consider:
Computing Education minitrack, encouraging submissions from any disciplinary background reporting different kinds of studies about computing/computer science education.
Cybercrime minitrack, encouraging submissions from any disciplinary background reporting different kinds of studies about illegal online practices.
Digitalization of Work minitrack, encouraging submissions from any disciplinary background reporting different kinds of studies about paradigm shifts of digital work.
For all minitracks, please, consider the following deadlines:
- April 15: Paper submission system open for HICSS-57
- June 15: Papers submission due (hard deadline)
- August 17: Notification of Acceptance/Rejection
- September 22: Deadline for Authors to Submit Final Manuscript for Publication
- October 1: Deadline for at least one author of each paper to register for HICSS-57
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