Matthias Söllner
Matthias Söllner
Full Professor and Chair for Information Systems and Systems Engineering at University of Kassel
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor uni-kassel.de - Homepage
Geciteerd door
Geciteerd door
Hybrid intelligence
D Dellermann, P Ebel, M Söllner, JM Leimeister
Business & Information Systems Engineering 61 (5), 637-643, 2019
Machines as teammates: A research agenda on AI in team collaboration
I Seeber, E Bittner, RO Briggs, T De Vreede, GJ De Vreede, A Elkins, ...
Information & management 57 (2), 103174, 2020
Unleashing the potential of chatbots in education: A state-of-the-art analysis
R Winkler, M Söllner
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 15903, 2018
AI-based digital assistants: Opportunities, threats, and research perspectives
A Maedche, C Legner, A Benlian, B Berger, H Gimpel, T Hess, O Hinz, ...
Business & Information Systems Engineering 61, 535-544, 2019
Why different trust relationships matter for information systems users
M Söllner, A Hoffmann, JM Leimeister
European Journal of Information Systems 25 (3), 274-287, 2016
Sara, the lecturer: Improving learning in online education with a scaffolding-based conversational agent
R Winkler, S Hobert, A Salovaara, M Söllner, JM Leimeister
Proceedings of the 2020 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2020
Understanding the Formation of Trust in IT Artifacts
M Söllner, A Hoffmann, H Hoffmann, A Wacker, JM Leimeister
International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), 2012
Capturing the complexity of gamification elements: a holistic approach for analysing existing and deriving novel gamification designs
SM Schöbel, A Janson, M Söllner
European Journal of Information Systems 29 (6), 641-668, 2020
Value co-creation in smart services: a functional affordances perspective on smart personal assistants
R Knote, A Janson, M Söllner, JM Leimeister
Journal of the Association for Information Systems 2020, 418-458, 2020
Classifying smart personal assistants: An empirical cluster analysis
R Knote, A Janson, M Söllner, JM Leimeister
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Hamilton Library, ScholarSpace, 2019
ArgueTutor: An adaptive dialog-based learning system for argumentation skills
T Wambsganss, T Kueng, M Soellner, JM Leimeister
Proceedings of the 2021 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2021
AL: An adaptive learning support system for argumentation skills
T Wambsganss, C Niklaus, M Cetto, M Söllner, S Handschuh, ...
Proceedings of the 2020 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2020
The what and how of smart personal assistants: principles and application domains for IS research
R Knote, A Janson, L Eigenbrod, M Söllner
Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik (MKWI) 25, 2018
Ladders for learning: Is scaffolding the key to teaching problem-solving in technology-mediated learning contexts?
A Janson, M Sӧllner, JM Leimeister
Academy of Management Learning & Education 19 (4), 439-468, 2020
Machines as teammates: a collaboration research agenda
I Seeber, E Bittner, RO Briggs, GJ De Vreede, T De Vreede, ...
A research agenda for the why, what, and how of gamification designs: Outcomes of an ecis 2019 panel
S Schöbel, A Janson, K Jahn, B Kordyaka, O Turetken, N Djafarova, ...
Communications of the association for information systems 46, 706-721, 2020
Enhancing problem-solving skills with smart personal assistant technology
R Winkler, M Söllner, JM Leimeister
Computers & Education 165, 104148, 2021
Process is king: Evaluating the performance of technology-mediated learning in vocational software training
M Söllner, P Bitzer, A Janson, JM Leimeister
Journal of Information Technology 33, 233-253, 2018
What We Really Know About Antecedents of Trust: A Critical Review of the Empirical Information Systems Literature on Trust
M Söllner, JM Leimeister
Psychology of Trust: New Research, 127-155, 2013
Alexa, can you help us solve this problem? How conversations with smart personal assistant tutors increase task group outcomes
R Winkler, M Söllner, ML Neuweiler, F Conti Rossini, JM Leimeister
Extended abstracts of the 2019 CHI conference on human factors in computing …, 2019
Het systeem kan de bewerking nu niet uitvoeren. Probeer het later opnieuw.
Artikelen 1–20