Matthias Söllner
Matthias Söllner
Full Professor and Chair for Information Systems and Systems Engineering at University of Kassel
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Unleashing the potential of chatbots in education: A state-of-the-art analysis
R Winkler, M Söllner
Academy of Management Annual Meeting (AOM), 2018
AI-based digital assistants
A Maedche, C Legner, A Benlian, B Berger, H Gimpel, T Hess, O Hinz, ...
Business & Information Systems Engineering 61 (4), 535-544, 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
Hybrid intelligence
D Dellermann, P Ebel, M Söllner, JM Leimeister
Business & Information Systems Engineering 61 (5), 637-643, 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
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
Classifying smart personal assistants: an empirical cluster analysis
R Knote, A Janson, M Söllner, JM Leimeister
Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii international conference on system sciences, 2019
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
Machines as teammates: a collaboration research agenda
I Seeber, E Bittner, RO Briggs, GJ De Vreede, T De Vreede, ...
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), 2018
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, 418-458, 2020
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 (3), 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
Individual appropriation of learning management systems—antecedents and consequences
A Janson, M Söllner, JM Leimeister
AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction 9 (3), 173-201, 2017
Flipping the Classroom–IT-unterstützte Lerneraktivierung zur Verbesserung des Lernerfolges einer universitären Massenlehrveranstaltung
K Lehmann, S Oeste, A Janson, M Söllner, JM Leimeister
HMD Praxis der Wirtschaftsinformatik 52 (1), 81-95, 2015
Incorporating behavioral trust theory into system development for ubiquitous applications
H Hoffmann, M Söllner
Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 18 (1), 117-128, 2014
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
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
Understanding diversity–the impact of personality on technology acceptance
K Behrenbruch, M Söllner, JM Leimeister, L Schmidt
IFIP conference on human-computer interaction, 306-313, 2013
A pedagogical perspective on big data and learning analytics: A conceptual model for digital learning support
S Seufert, C Meier, M Soellner, R Rietsche
Technology, Knowledge and Learning 24 (4), 599-619, 2019
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