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Interdisciplinary Aspects of Information Systems Studies

The Italian Association for Information Systems

  • Alessandro D’Atri
  • Marco De Marco
  • Nunzio Casalino

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Is Theory and Research Methodologies

  3. Is Development and Design Methodologies

  4. Organizational Change and Impact of IT

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 61-62
    2. S. Basaglia, L. Caporarello, M. Magni, F. Pennarola
      Pages 63-69
    3. A. Carugati, C. Rossignoli, L. Mola
      Pages 79-88
  5. Is in Engineering and in Computer Science

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 177-177
  6. Governance, Metrics and Economics of IT

  7. Track: Education and Training in Information Systems

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 251-252
    2. V. Albano, M. Contenti, V. S. Runchella
      Pages 253-259
    3. A. G. Marinelli, M. R. Di Renzo
      Pages 269-275
  8. Information and Knowledge Management

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 277-277
    2. E. D’Avanzo, A. Elia, T. Kuflik, A. Lieto, R. Preziosi
      Pages 311-317
    3. A. De Nicola, M. Missikoff, L. Tininini
      Pages 319-326
    4. F. Folino, G. Greco, A. Gualtieri, A. Guzzo, L. Pontieri
      Pages 327-334
    5. M. Lenzerini, U. Carletti, P. Ciancarini, N. Guarino, E. Mollona, U. Montanari et al.
      Pages 335-342
    6. G. Pilato, A. Augello, G. Vassallo, S. Gaglio
      Pages 343-349

About these proceedings

Introduction

Chapters of this book offer a careful selection of the best contributions to the Italian Association for Information Systems (ItAIS) Annual Conference, that took place in Venice, San Servolo Island, in October 2007. The main goal of this book is to disseminate academic knowledge, both theoretical and pragmatic, in the information systems community. Recognizing the relevance of many different disciplines, the book takes an interdisciplinary approach to the subject of information systems, thus providing a comprehensive and current coverage of this important area.

ItAIS (http://www.itais.org) is the Italian chapter of the Association for Information Systems (http://www.aisnet.org).  It was established in 2003 and has since been promoting the exchange of ideas, experience and knowledge among both academics and professionals committed to the development, management, organization and use of information systems.

Keywords

Analysis E-Business E-Government Open Source Web 2.0 business process classification e-learning ecology identity management information system knowledge management learning modeling organization

Authors and affiliations

  • Alessandro D’Atri
    • 1
  • Marco De Marco
    • 2
  • Nunzio Casalino
    • 1
  1. 1.CeRSIRomaItaly
  2. 2.Università Cattolica del Sacro CuoreMilanoItaly

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