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New Book: "Digital Responses to Covid-19"

We present 10 essays that explore new concepts how information systems can help to fight the pandemic.

This book presents ten essays that examine the potential of digital responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, which were written by Master students of our institute during the course "Selected Issues in Information Systems: Digital Innovation, Transformation, and Entrepreneurship". The essays explore new digital concepts for learning and teaching, provide an overview of organizational responses to the crisis through digital technologies, and examine digital solutions developed to manage the crisis. Scientists from many disciplines work together in the fight against the virus and its numerous consequences. This book explores how information systems researchers can contribute to these global efforts. The book will be of interest to researchers and scholars in the field of digital business and education.

We thank our students for the great collaboration on writing this book: Fritz Hädrich, Lorenz Kriehn, Ivan Trilevic, Simon Friedrich Murillo, Jana Feldkamp, Zacharias Schlage, Jana Teutenberg, Shanice Casado Gracia, and Sefa Basar.

The book is available here:

Hovestadt, Christian , Recker, Jan C. , Richter, Janek and Werder, Karl (2021). Digital Responses to Covid-19: Digital Innovation, Transformation, and Entrepreneurship During Pandemic Outbreaks. Springer International Publishing. ISBN 978-3-030-66611-8