At the annual conference of Wirtschaftsinformatik from 9 to 11 March 2020 in Potsdam, the current developments, opportunities and challenges of digitization were presented and discussed. Researchers from the joint project “SIDDATA” presented their scientific publications.
Under the motto “Changing Landscapes – Shaping Digital Transformation and its Impact”, the International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI 2020) offered scientists, practitioners and young professionals the opportunity to inform themselves about current research results. Among other things, there was an exchange in the Community Track “Digital Transformation in Universities”, which is relevant for the SIDDATA joint project. The publications in the field of business informatics contribute to the success of the project.
Two contributions were produced within the subproject at Leibniz University Hanover. On the one hand, Claudia König, Nadine Guhr, Julia Svetachova and Professor Michael Breitner summarize the “requirement analysis and critical success factors for a digital study assistant“. The other article presents “An incentive system for the successful implementation of a digital study assistant“, written by Claudia König, Nadine Guhr and Professor Michael Breitner.
The further paper “Digital assistance in higher education – requirements for the development of a digital study assistant” was written in the subproject of the Osnabrück University by Paul Greiff, Carla Tenspolde and Professor Uwe Hoppe. They dealt with the requirements for the development of a digital study assistant.