2019 Accounting Information Systems (AIS) Educator Conference
Submission deadline: March 31, 2019 – Extended to April 7, 2019
The 20th Annual AIS Educator Conference will be held June 21-23, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. The Conference will be held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton, a 15-minute drive/train ride from the Denver International Airport (DIA). Research papers, case studies, computer training sessions, and panel discussions will focus on topics related to the content and the teaching of AIS courses. A one-day PowerBI pre-conference workshop will take place on Thursday, June 20th.
We invite you to participate in the 21st Annual AIS Educator Conference!
There are three categories for submissions:
- Papers or other submissions to be presented by Educators
- Research papers submitted by Graduate students
- Student projects submitted by Educators
Please submit your paper online through the link at the end of this page.
Papers and Presentations
Any theoretical or applied research benefiting AIS practice or teaching is welcome. Teaching related work may also include innovative course design topics such as effective delivery methods, assignments, cases, or projects. Submissions may be in the form of completed papers, extended abstracts, presentation proposals, or panel discussion proposals.
Details can be found here.
Student Research Papers
Undergraduate and graduate students working on an AIS paper are encouraged to submit. The best student paper will win a $1,000 cash award! Details can be found here.
Educators are encouraged to submit outstanding work on projects or cases. Students receive $200 for the project. The educator will receive $250 to attend the conference and present the winning project materials. Details can be found here.
Style guidelines for formatting submissions can be found here.
Use the online submission system to submit your work.
NOTE: If you are haven’t submitted to Microsoft Research (CMT) conference before, create a new account here. (video help). If have submitted before, login here, then search for “AIS” or use this direct link.
Instructions for making online submissions can be found here.