Digital Services, Social Media and Digital Collaboration

As Digital Services become part of our lives, they have changed the ways we communicate and collaborate. Social media is being used in personal life, in private business and in the public and social sectors. The rapid expansion of diverse forms of computational media enabled new forms of participation. Service creation and delivery demand new and more engaging ways of designing, developing and managing, across local and global scenarios where resilience and sustainability are key factors. In EMCIS 2016 we aim to cover the following themes related to digital services, social media and digital collaboration. Topics of interests include, but are not limited to:


Track Chairs:

LicĂ­nio Gomes Roque, University of Coimbra, Portugal