We are organizing a workshop on Digital Trace Data Research in conjunction wirth the 32nd European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2024) in Paphos, Cyprus. The workshop will be held on Sunday June 16th.

The workshop will be held as a half-day event and will comprise two parts. First, the workshop will be opened with a keynote presentation by Prof. Shaila Miranda. Prof. Miranda is the chair of the Department of Information Systems at the Walton College of Business. She is senior editor at MIS Quarterly and has substantial expertise in digital trace data research. She will share their perspective on digital trace data research as well as insights and learnings from a concrete research project that she has been involved in. Second, we will have several paper presentations by workshop participants. Prospective authors can submit their research prior to the workshop. All submissions will undergo editorial review. Depending on the overall number of accepted papers, we will have a combination of formal paper presentations and round table discussions at the workshop.

Promising papers will be invited for a fast-track submission to the book “Digital Trace Data Research in Information Systems: Foundations, Methods, and Applications”.



Authors are invited to submit a short paper using the linked template. Short papers should be around 6 pages excluding references and should be submitted via email to bastian.wurm@lmu.de.



  • Workshop papers submission: 31 May 2024
  • ECIS 2024 Workshop: 16 June 2024


Workshop Schedule

9.00 – 9.15 Welcome by organizers
9.15 – 10.30 Keynote by Shaila Miranda
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee break
11.00 – 12.40 Paper presentations and discussion 
12.40 – 13.00 Discussion and closing 


Accepted Papers

De Jong et al.: Refining the Gioia Methodology for the Digital Age.

Figl and KuĊĦen: Comparative Effects of Smartphone and PC Usage on User-Generated Content in Crisis Communication on Social Media.

Pieper et al.: Digitally Supported Emotion Regulation: A Digital Trace Data Analysis of mHealth Use for Grief Support.

Schurig and Schewina: Theorizing Power Using Computationally Intense Methods: The
Empirical Phenomena of the Apple Health Ecosystem.

Vidgof: On the Connection between Process Complexity and Concept Drift.


Paper Presentation Format

Each paper is alloted at total of 20 mins. Please make sure that your presentation is not longer than 10 mins. This will allow us sufficient time for discussion.