Khamsum Kinley, PhD
Blended Learning Advisor
Learning and Teaching, Griffith Business School,
Email: kinleyATkkinley.com (replace (AT) with @)
Dr Khamsum Kinley works as a Blended Learning Advisor within the Learning and Teaching team, Griffith Business School at the Griffith University. Previously he worked as an ICT Literacy Specialist at Griffith University from April 2014 to April 2016. Prior to joining Griffith University, Kinley held various role at QUT as a sessional academic in the SEF (July 2011 – March 2014), as an IT Helpdesk Consultant (April 2009 – March 2014), and as a research assistant (February-March 2012). Prior to his PhD commencement at QUT, he was an IT lecturer in the Department of Information Technology at the Paro College of Education, Royal University of Bhutan from April 2006 to February 2009.
Kinley obtained his PhD from the Information Systems School in the Science and Engineering Faculty (SEF) at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Australia in March 2013. He also completed a Master of Information Technology from the same university in December 2005.
Since 2009, Kinley has published over 10 journal and conference papers in information search behavior, information retrieval and user modeling, including a journal paper in the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) [ERA Ranking A*](June Issue 2014). Most of Kinley’s conference papers are being published by the ACM.
Kinley is a Program Committee (PC) for The Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS2013) and the Australian Computer-Human Interaction conference (since 2012). He is also an invited paper reviewer for a number of International journals and conferences, including the International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (Elsevier), Computers in Human Behaviour (Elsevier) Emerald Electronic Library journal.
Kinley’s research interest includes (not limited to):
- Information Behaviour, Web Search Behaviour and Search Patterns
- Human-Computer Interactions and Information Retrieval
- Social Media, Services and Cloud Computing
- Big Data and Sentiment Analysis
- User Experience/Study
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