Shanton Chang
Shanton Chang
Professor, School of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne
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Understanding students' perceptions of the benefits of online social networking use for teaching and learning
S Hamid, J Waycott, S Kurnia, S Chang
The Internet and higher education 26, 1-9, 2015
Organisational security culture: Extending the end-user perspective
AB Ruighaver, SB Maynard, S Chang
Computers & security 26 (1), 56-62, 2007
A systematic examination of the use of online social networking sites for sexual health promotion
J Gold, AE Pedrana, R Sacks-Davis, ME Hellard, S Chang, S Howard, ...
BMC public health 11 (1), 1-9, 2011
Finding common ground: Enhancing interaction between domestic and international students in higher education
S Arkoudis, K Watty, C Baik, X Yu, H Borland, S Chang, I Lang, J Lang, ...
Teaching in Higher Education 18 (3), 222-235, 2013
Developing health promotion interventions on social networking sites: recommendations from The FaceSpace Project
J Gold, AE Pedrana, MA Stoove, S Chang, S Howard, J Asselin, O Ilic, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 14 (1), e30, 2012
Identifying the use of online social networking in higher education
S Hamid, S Chang, S Kurnia
Ascilite, 6-9, 2009
Home away from home: International students and their identity-based social networks in Australia
C Gomes, M Berry, B Alzougool, S Chang
Journal of International Students 4 (1), 2-15, 2014
Academic perceptions of the use of Lectopia: A University of Melbourne example
S Chang
ICT: Providing choices for learners and learning. Proceedings ascilite …, 2007
Use of social web technologies by international and domestic undergraduate students: implications for internationalising learning and teaching in Australian universities
K Gray, S Chang, G Kennedy
Technology, Pedagogy and Education 19 (1), 31-46, 2010
Queer as F** k: reaching and engaging gay men in sexual health promotion through social networking sites
A Pedrana, M Hellard, J Gold, N Ata, S Chang, S Howard, J Asselin, O Ilic, ...
Journal of Medical Internet Research 15 (2), e25, 2013
Finding common ground: Enhancing interaction between domestic and international students-Guide for academics
S Arkoudis, X Yu, C Baik, S Chang, I Lang, K Watty, H Borland, A Pearce, ...
Australian Learning and Teaching Council, 2010
Who can you trust? Credibility assessment in online health forums
R Lederman, H Fan, S Smith, S Chang
Health Policy and Technology 3 (1), 13-25, 2014
Competencies needed for managing a multicultural workgroup
S Chang, P Tharenou
Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 42 (1), 57-74, 2004
Exploring the relationship between organizational culture and information security culture
JS Lim, S Chang, S Maynard, A Ahmad
Security Research Centre, School of Computer and Security Science, Edith …, 2009
Sexual health promotion on social networking sites: a process evaluation of The FaceSpace Project
P Nguyen, J Gold, A Pedrana, S Chang, S Howard, O Ilic, M Hellard, ...
Journal of Adolescent Health 53 (1), 98-104, 2013
Embedding information security culture emerging concerns and challenges
JS Lim, A Ahmad, S Chang, S Maynard
Information leakage through online social networking: Opening the doorway for advanced persistence threats
NNA Molok, A Ahmad, S Chang
Journal of the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers 19 …, 2011
Evaluating quality in online asynchronous interactions between students and discussion facilitators
D Nandi, M Hamilton, S Chang, S Balbo
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 28 (4), 2012
Appropriating online social networking (OSN) activities for higher education: Two Malaysian cases
S Hamid, J Waycott, S Chang, S Kurnia
Changing Demands, Changing Directions. Proceedings ascilite Hobart, 526-538, 2011
Designing health websites based on users’ web-based information-seeking behaviors: a mixed-method observational study
PCI Pang, S Chang, K Verspoor, J Pearce
Journal of medical Internet research 18 (6), e5661, 2016
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