|Assoc Prof Margaret Tan Joo Yian |
Division of Information Studies
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
Office: SCI 04-01
- PhD University of Queensland 1990
- MBA University of Adelaide 1981
- PGDip(Business Studies) University of Newcastle 1977
- BCom University of Newcastle 1975
|Margaret Tan is an Associate Professor at the School of Communication and Information and Deputy Director at the Singapore Internet Research Centre at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. She has published widely in scholarly journals and authored the following books: “The Virtual Workplace” and “e-Payment: The Digital Exchange”. She has been invited to speak at various international conferences and seminars as well as served as program chairs of international conferences. She has also served numerous editorial and review boards of international journals and publications.|
|Professor Tan's research interests include the following areas: Internet policies and governance, e-Government and the digital societies, electronic trust and security, data protection and privacy, and the business models of interactive digital media.|
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|Current Projects |
- A Framework of Knowledge Mobilisation
- Addressing Privacy Concerns in Location-based Devices and Services
- Emerging Digital InfoComm and Media Platforms
- Immersive Location-based Services: Impacts & Implications
- Ravi S. Sharma, Margaret Tan and Francis Pereira. (2012). Understanding the Interactive Digital Media Marketplace: Frameworks, Platforms, Communities and Issues. IGI Global, Hershey, PA.
- Martin J. Eppler, Sabrina Bresciani, Margaret Tan and Klarissa Chang. (2012). Expanding the Boundaries of LSP Research: Using Intercultural Experiments to Examine the Role of Visual Representations in Text Comprehension and RetentionCurrent Trends in LSP Research: Aims and Methods..
- Margaret Tan. (2011). From Social Capital to Social Production: Implications for Individual, Organisations and NationsInformation and Communication Technologies, Society and Human Beings: Theory and Framework (Festschrift in honor of Gunilla Bradley)..
- Margaret Tan. (2010). Reaching New Height. Australian Alumni Singapore.
- Paul Wu Horng-Jyh, Margaret Tan, and Chia Yew Boon. (2009). Creating a Virtual Third Place for Enhancing Collaborative LearningPart Two: Case Studies in The eLearning Toolkit. (pp. 67-70)..