Development of Activity Theory in Information Systems (DATIS) Workshops

Contributing to the development and evaluation of Information Systems

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Our DATIS workshops aim to build a community of scholars interested in exploring the relationship between technology and activity in different social contexts.

Aims

  • To introduce Information Systems (IS) scholars to the basic conceptual premises of Activity Theory focusing on the use, development and contribution of Activity Theory.
  • To strengthen and build the community of scholars within IS using Activity Theory to explore the relationship between technology and activity in different work and social contexts.
  • To provide an opportunity for scholars to reflect and gain feedback on work in progress, explore receive new perspectives and provide support for researchers that are starting to explore Activity Theory.

2017

The second was held in the Pre ECIS Workshop: 2nd Developing Activity Theory in Information Studies (DATIS) workshop

June 6, 2017

25th European Conference on Information Systems (5 - 10 June)
GuimarĂ£es, Portugal (www.ecis2017.eu/)

Proceedings

2016

The first workshop was held as a Pre iSchool Workshop: 1st Developing Activity Theory in Information Studies (DATIS) workshop

Sunday March 20, 2016

ISchools Conference
Philadelphia, PA.

Proceedings