The main program will consist of research papers selected from more than 500 submissions to 22 tracks. There will also be an Emergent Research Forum (ERF) and Technology, Research, Education, and Opinion (TREO) Talks that feature emerging and exciting new research ideas, innovations, and opinions related to information systems.

In addition, the program will feature a series of events for various groups of scholars. There are also two author development workshops. Both the Information Systems Research (ISR) Author Development Workshop and the Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS) Author Development Workshop will be held on July 4. The Doctoral Consortium and the Junior Faculty Consortium will be held on July 5. Other events and activities include Career Connect, Doctoral Student Corner, and the AISWN Women’s Networking Event.

Detailed conference program will be posted when it is available.