Online Proceedings now available.

The Online “EUNIS 2016 Proceedings”, made up of accepted Extended Abstracts/Full Papers, can be viewed here.



EUNIS 2016 Best Paper Award winner is:

A secure infrastructure for mobile blended learning applications, by Marius Politze (Aachen University), Steffen Schaffert (Aachen University) and Bernd Decker (Aachen University)

EUNIS Elite Award 2016 for excellence in implementing Information Systems for Higher Education  winner is:

Interoperability between Information Systems of Portuguese Higher Education Institutionsby Lígia M. Ribeiro (Universidade do Porto), Rui H. Pereira (Instituto Politécnico do Porto), Osvaldo Pacheco (Universidade de Aveiro), Mário Bernardes (Universidade de Coimbra), Ricardo T. Martins (Universidade de Aveiro).

Five Track Programme

The Programme is divided into five tracks.

  • Leadership & Management – for example:
    • Overcoming challenges of declining IT budgets
    • Setting goals and measuring impact
    • Management of Change, Risks and Projects
    • Business Process Re-engineering
    • Decision Making
    • Staff Training and Development (Digital & Management Competences)
    • Benchmarking
    • Institutional Analytics
    • Service Delivery and User Support
  • ICT Infrastructure & Security – for example:
    • Infrastructure and Networks
    • BYOD
    • Cloud Computing and Services
    • Security
    • Public Key Infrastructure – the new EU regulatory environment and beyond
    • Secure and seamless cross-border electronic transactions – eID
    • Internet of Things/ Smart Campus
    • Data retention policies and best practices
    • Back Office Solutions
    • ERPs in Higher Education
    • Information Systems
    • Mobile Technologies
  • Teaching & Learning – for example:
    • Advances in Classroom Based Technology
    • Mobile Technology and the Learner Experience
    • Using Social Media within Teaching & Learning
    • Technology and Best practices in the Assessment of Student and Faculty Work
    • Learning Analytics
    • MOOCs
  • Software Development – for example:
    • Software as a Service
    • Mobile apps for Higher Education
    • Open Software
    • Agile methodologies and development best practices
    • New technologies and tools
  • OpenX & Interoperability – for example:
    • Open corporate data in Higher Education
    • Open research data
    • Reusable learning objects and experimentation
    • Standards & European Interoperability
    • Open Science & Linked data