Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Lee Chei Sian
Associate Chair (Faculty), Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
Associate Professor, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
 
I am the Associate Chair (Faculty) at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
I received a PhD in Management Information Systems from the University of Illinois at Chicago, Liautaud Graduate School. of Business. I also received an M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Computer and Information Science from the National University of Singapore. I have corporate experience in systems analysis, data management, statistical processing, and business operations in the financial sector.

My earlier research focused on investigating the affordances of information communication technologies in facilitating effective interactions among organizational members. Currently, I am actively involved in research on issues related to everyday human-computer interaction to enable learning, collaboration and social exchanges for school and work as well as in everyday life. More broadly, my research focuses on how digital technologies can be designed to change social and learning behaviors for social good.
Her research interests include technology-mediated learning and social interaction, online information sharing as well as social & organizational impacts of information technology
 
  • Avoiding Blind Trust: Evaluating Credibility of Generative Artificial Intelligence Content in Higher Education Information Searching
  • Developing Effective Lifelong Learning Practices across Educational Transitions: An Information-Oriented Perspective
  • Navigating Transitions: An Information-based Perspectives to Understanding Lifelong Learning for STEM and SHAPE majors
  • Personalised Online Learning Experience Through Digital Nudging
  • Seeing is no Longer Believing: Examining Deepfake Identification, Impact and Instruction
  • Skillsets Mapping for Future-Ready Seniors: Comparative Investigations within Air Transport Sector
  • Skillsets Mapping for Future-Ready Seniors: Comparative Investigations within the Healthcare Sector
  • Sustainable Inclusion for Disability in Asian Smart Cities
  • Towards Inclusive Digital Transactions: Disability and The Case of Singapore’s Singpass App
  • Transiting to Digital Learning: A Study of Everyday Information Practices for Students with Special Educational Needs
  • Videoconference Fatigue: Defining it, understanding its impact and assessing potential solutions
Courses Taught
IN6299 - Critical Inquiry in Information Systems
CI6299 - Critical Inquiry in Information Systems
CS2403 - Telling Stories with Data