Awards and Recognition

Best Paper Award for 2016

The best paper published in The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems was identified based on input from our editorial boards.  We are pleased to announce the winner of the Best Paper Award for The Data Base for Advances in Information Systems:

“On the Co-Evolution of Information Technology and Information Systems Personnel” by Fred Niederman, Thomas W. Ferratt, Eileen M. Trauth (click here to download)

Two other papers were also considered for the best paper award for 2016:

  • “Friend or Foe: Cyberbullying in Social Network Sites” by Sixuan Zhang, Liang Yu, Robin L. Wakefield, Dorothy E. Leidner  (click here to download)
  • “Colocation as a Hybrid ICT Sourcing Strategy to Improve Operational Agility” by Roman Beck, Immanuel Pahlke, Jens Vykoukal (click here to download)

All three papers are available for free download.  Congratulations to the nominees and winners!