Zwei Beiträge auf European Conference on Information Systems 2020 (ECIS 2020)
Die Professur für Anwendungssysteme und E-Business ist mit zwei Beiträgen auf der European Conference on Information Systems 2020 (ECIS 2020) vertreten:
Steffen Zenker präsentiert den Beitrag: "THE SMARTWATCH APPLICABILITY FRAMEWORK: ADOPTION OF A SMARTWATCH-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEM ASSISTING SUPPORT EMPLOYEES"
Abstract: During the last decades, wearable computers emerged as an innovative and promising technology. Though most of the representatives have not yet reached market maturity, smartwatches hit the consumer market due to the accessibility of affordable devices and predominant acceptance caused by the large similarity to common wrist-watches. Besides, recent research studies showed that smartwatches can support mobile employees in collaborative business-related scenarios through permanent availability, unobtrusiveness and hands-free operation. In this paper, we focus on support employees and analyze three representative scenarios with practical relevance. These are composed of immediate support and routine maintenance processes. During a software development process, we design and implement a smartwatch-based software artifact to address the scenario inherent problems and a broad range of support use cases. It is then used as a foundation for a mixed-methods field study in which we focus on the adoption of smartwatches. We first evaluate the software artifact within the scenarios. Second, we elaborate on enabling and inhibiting factors for the adoption of smartwatch-based information systems to support employees based on the TOEI framework. And finally, we derive the Smartwatch Applicability Framework intended for companies to check their scenarios for the applicability of smartwatches.
Julian Busse präsentiert den Beitrag: "BECOME COMPETENT IN 15 MINUTES? - THE SUITABILITY OF MICRO LEARNING FOR COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT":
Abstract: Short learning formats such as micro learning are well suited to meeting the growing learning needs created by increasing digitalization. With the help of learning content that is limited in terms of time and content, learners can retrieve information in a demand-oriented and situation-specific manner and acquire knowledge to enable them to adapt to changed circumstances at short notice. However, due to its limited length and content, micro learning is not suitable for developing all types of competences. In this research paper, we present the results of a structured literature review and the empirical results of an interview study. We conducted interviews with 33 experts who are in charge of the design of learning content at enterprises and instructional designers concerning the competences that can be developed using micro learning in enterprises. We identified six different competences that are suitable for development through micro learning: action competence, professional competence, linguistic competence, self-learning competence, social competence, and digital competence. For IS Education, the findings demonstrate the potential learning outcomes using micro learning.