Six track programme
This year’s Congress Programme is divided into six tracks. The paper submissions for each track have been reviewed by the Scientific Committee and the authors have been notified of the outcomes. The EUNIS 2015 Camera-ready templates are available here for reference.
The Scientific Committee have constructed the best Programme for Congress which may mean that some papers could appear under a different track than they were submitted for.
The Programme has been announced, please click here to view.
- Leadership, Management and Governance – for example Risk and Change Management; Portfolio and Project Management; Business Process Re-engineering; Business Intelligence (including benchmarking, performance management & analytics to support decision making)
- Information & Communications Technology – for example; Infrastructure and Networks; Bring your own Device (BYOD); Cloud Computing; Service Delivery & User Support; Security
- Teaching and Learning– for example; Mobile Technology and the Learner Experience; Using Social Media within Teaching and Learning; Advances in Classroom-Based Technology; Using Technology in the Assessment of Student work; Using Games Technology in Teaching and Learning; Learning Analytics
- Corporate Information Systems & Business Applications: – for example Collaboration and Consortia providing successful back office solutions; ERP and Higher Education; Mobile Technology and the use of apps
- Research and IT (in collaboration with euroCRIS) – for example; Research Information Systems (Optimising an institution’s research information landscape); Open Data, Data Management & Archiving; Functions of CRIS for Research & Management; Recent developments in Research IT (Research Performance Management & VRE); Building Research Information Infrastructures on an National & International scale)
- Software Development – for example; New Tools & Technologies for use in Software Development; Agile Development Frameworks; User Experience Design
All accepted abstracts from all the tracks and the submitted full papers will be published in the Congress Proceedings. Unsuccessful papers will be put forward as potential poster submissions