|Natalie Pang obtained her Ph.D. in Information Management from Monash University in 2009, where her research was also awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Commendation for Doctoral thesis excellence and the Faculty of IT doctoral medal. Her research interests are: social informatics, collective action and information behaviour on the Internet, qualitative and mixed methods research, end-user interactions in heritage sites, and social media innovations for marginalised communities. Natalie has taught courses in social informatics and computing, information management, qualitative research methods, information behaviour, and records management.|
- Social Media in the Organic Ecosystem of Public Attention and Collective actions
- The Internet and General Elections 201X
- The Internet and Memory of Nations
- The Role of Documents in the World Heritage Site System: The Case of Cambodia
- Understanding the Impacts and Adaptation of Smartphones and New Media Applications by the Elderly
- Understanding the Role and Use of Narratives in the Encounters between Doctors and Youths
- User-generated Resources in Public Spaces: Analysing the Impacts of New Media on Resource Characteristics and Rational Choices in the Knowledge Commons
- Rissanen, M., Vu, S., Fernando, O.N.N., Pang, N., & Foo, S. (2013). Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions (DAPI): Subtle, natural and socially acceptable interaction techniques for ringterfaces ─ finger ring shaped user interfaces.Las Vegas, US: Springer-Verlag.
- Rissanen, M.J., Vu, S., Fernando, O.N.N., Pang, N. & Foo, S. (2013). Subtle, natural and socially acceptable interaction techniques for ringterfaces ─ finger ring shaped user interfaces.. HCI International 2013.
- Goh, D., Pang, N., & Ang, P. H. (2013, June). Where they agree: how media exposure, political cynicism and supporting online deliberation influence consonance in online and offline public opinion. Paper presented at International Communication Association 2013 Conference (New Media and Citizenship in Asia Preconference), London, UK.
- Liew Kai Khiun,. (2013). New media and new politics with old cemeteries and disused railways: advocacy goes digital in Singapore. Asian Journal of Communication, DOI: 10.1080/01, 1-15.
- Vu, S., Rissanen, M. J, Fernando, O. N. N., Pang, N., & Foo, S. (2013). A real-time video summarization service for community-contributed contents of real life events. International Conferences on Advances in Multimedia.