Proceedings of the European University Information Systems Conference 2021

18 articles181 pagesPublished: October 12, 2021


I Leadership and Management
Pages 1-8
Pages 9-21
Pages 22-30
Pages 31-40
Pages 41-48
Pages 49-58
II Infrastructure and Security
Pages 59-68
Pages 69-76
Pages 77-88
Pages 89-97
Pages 98-107
Pages 108-114
III Learning, Teaching and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Pages 115-125
Pages 126-135
Pages 136-147
Pages 148-158
Pages 159-170
Pages 171-181


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