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CURRICULUM VITAE (last updated: January 2016)cp_logo_rgb_72ppi

Khamsum Kinley (Ph.D)

Email : kkinley(AT)acm.org/kinley(AT)kinleyk.com (replace (AT) with @)
Web : www.KKinley.com

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EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

RESEARCH INTERESTS / FUTURE DIRECTIONS

  • 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
  • Mobile Search Behaviour
  • User Experience/Study

PUBLICATIONS (selected)
Note: My publications can be found on Google Scholar  and QUT Eprint Repository.
Journal

  1. Al Lily, A., Kinley, K., et al. (forthcoming). Academic domains as political battlegrounds: A global enquiry by 101 academics in the fields of education and technology. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  2. Kinley, Khamsum., Tjondronegoro, Dian., Partridge, Helen., & Edwards, Sylvia. (2014). Modeling Users’ Web Search Behavior and their Cognitive Styles. Journal of the Association  for Information Science and Technology (JASIST). [ERA Ranking A*] (DOI: 10.1002/asi.23053 article first published online)
  3. Kinley, Khamsum. (2010). Faculty and Students’ Awareness and Challenges of E-learning in a College of Education. Journal of the International Society for Teacher Education, 14(1), 27-33 [QUT eprints]

Conference Papers

  1. Kinley, Khamsum., Tjondronegoro, Dian., Partridge, Helen., & Edwards, Sylvia. (2012). Human-Computer Interaction: The Impact of Users’ Cognitive Styles on Query Reformulation Behaviour during Web Searching In OZCHI ’12 Annual Conference of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group, ACM Press, 26-30 November, Melbourne, Australia:299-307 (ACMQUT ePrints).
  2. Kinley, Khamsum., Tjondronegoro, Dian., Partridge, Helen., & Edwards, Sylvia. (2012). Relationship between the nature of the Search Task Types and Query Reformulation Behaviour. In the ADCS’ 12 17th Australasian Document Computing Symposium, ACM Press, 5-6 December, Dunedin, New Zealand:39-46 (ACMQUT ePrints).
  3. Kinley, Khamsum, & Tjondronegoro, Dian. (2010). The Impact of users’ cognitive style on their navigational behaviors in Web Searching. In the ADCS ’10 Proceedings of 15th Australasian Document Computing Symposium, 10 December 2010, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria:68-75 (RMITQUT ePrints).
  4. Kinley, Khamsum., & Tjondronegoro, Dian. (2010). User-Web Interactions: How Wholistic/ Analytic Web Users Search the Web? In OZCHI ’10 Annual Conference of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group, ACM Press, 22-26 November, Brisbane, Australia:344-347 (ACMQUT ePrints).
  5. Kinley, Khamsum, Tjondronegoro, Dian, & Partridge, Helen. (2010). Web Searching Interaction Model based on User Cognitive Styles. In OZCHI ’10 Annual Conference of the Australian Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group, ACM Press, 22-26 November, Brisbane, Australia:340-343. (ACMQUT ePrints).
  6. Kinley, Khamsum. (2009). Modeling Web Search Behaviour: A User’s Cognitive Style Perspective. Paper presented at the HCSNet (The ARC Network in Human Communication Science) SummerFest 09, 30 November -1 December, the University of New South Wales, Sydney (QUT ePrints).
  7. Kinley, Khamsum. (2009). Enhancing the Use of Internet and Web Services for Quality Learning: An Action Research. In the ATEA 2009 Proceedings of the 2009 Australian Teacher Education Association. Charles Sturt University, Albury, NSW (QUT eprints).
  8. Kinley, Khamsum. (2009).Faculty and Students’ Awareness of E-learning: A Case Study at Paro College of Education, Bhutan . Paper presented at the 2009 ISTE Annual Conference for International Society for Teacher Education, Weber State University, Utah, USA 3 June -9 June 2009.
  9. Kinley, K, (April 2008). Enhancing the Use of Internet and Web Service for Quality Learning: A Case Study at Paro College of Education, Bhutan. A proposal paper presented at the ISTE 2008 28th Annual International Seminar, International Society for Teacher Education, University of New England, Armidale, 20 – 25 April 2008.

Citations

Citation indices All Since 2011
Citations 43 41
h-index 5 5

Updated: January 2016

(Source: Google Scholar)
PC AND REVIEWER

  • Program Committee for :
  • Technical Program Committee for the following LNCS (eBook)
    • Wyeld, T., Calder, P., & Shen, H. (Eds.). (2015). Computer-Human Interaction. Cognitive Effects of Spatial Interaction, Learning, and Ability. New York: Springer. (Link)
  • Invited Paper Reviewer for:
  • Talks and Symposium:
    • “My publication and research journey” at ‘Publishing your research: An introduction’ seminar, 22 April 2015, Library and Learning Services, Griffith University, Australia
    • “Griffith Online Environment” at Engineering School Orientation Program, 27 February 2015, Griffith University, Australia
    • “Griffith Online Environment” at Engineering School Orientation Program, 27 February 2015
    • “Modeling Web search behavior”, Weekly Seminar at QUT Mobile Innovation Lab, 15 April 2012, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia
    • “Education System in Bhutan” at the ISfTE 2009 pre-seminar symposium, 3 June 2009, Utah, USA

RESEARCH PROJECTS

  1. Academic Domains as Political Battlegrounds: A global enquiry by 101 Academics in the Fields of Education and Technology (co-authorship project, August 2014 – current)
  2. Modeling Web Search (PhD thesis, March 2009 –February 2013).
  3. Faculty and Students’ Awareness and Challenges of E-learning: A Case Study (August 2008).
  4. Internet and Web Service to improve student’s written tasks: An Action Research (November 2008).
  5. Impact Study: Teaching of Bhutan History in Dzongkha (July 2008).

AWARDSGRANTS/SCHOLARSHIPS/ACHIEVEMENTS

  • INS Random Thank You for Client Service (06/03/2015)  $50.00
  • QUT Tuition Fee Waiver Scholarship ( 09/03/2009 – Current) $ 67,500 (Approximate)
  • Sessional Career Advancement Development (SCAD) program, QUT, May 2012, $ 1,000 (Approximate)
  •  iOS SDK Workshops, Apple University Consortium (Australasia), April 2012, $ 1,000 (Approximate)
  • Travel Bursary,  ADCS 2010 | Australasian Document Computing Symposium, The University of Melbourne, 09 -10/12/2010, $700
  • Travel Bursary,  HCSNet | The ARC Network in Human Communication Science, 30/11/2009 -01/12/2009, $300
  • ISTE Conference Travel Grant, International Society for Teacher Education, 03/06/2009 – 09/06/2009, US$4,000
  • Australian Leadership Award Fellowship, AusAID, Phase 1: 05/04/2008 – 1/05/2008, $15,000
  • Australian Leadership Award Fellowship, AusAID, Phase 2: 28/06/2009 – 01/07/2009, $5,000

This scholarship sponsored training program on Leadership and Action Research held at University of New England, Armidale, Australia from 6th April 2008 to 30th April 2008. The fellowship also sponsored the participation to the 28th Annual Seminar, International Society for Teacher Education held at University of New England, Armidale from 20th to 25th April 2008

  • Postgraduate Degree (Master) Scholarship, Royal Government of Bhutan, 01/06/2004 -01/02/2006, $ 60,000 (Approximate )

This scholarship sponsored my master degree at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia from July 2004 to December 2005. The scholarship covered tuition fee, health insurance, living stipend and travel allowances.

KEY SKILLS




Besides teaching, doing research and writing academic papers, I am proficient or familiar with a wide range of programming languages, tools and technologies, including

  • C-Objective for iOS and Smart Apple devices
  • Java Programming
  • Active Server Directory
  • Wireless Technologies
  • Mobile Computing
  • Windows, MAC OS and Linux
  • PHP, ASP, SQL, Oracle, MySQL

OTHER SKILLS

I am also proficient or familiar with other essential day-to-day skills, such as:

  • Adobe Dream weaver, Firework, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator
  • Microsoft Visio, Audacity, CourseLab
  • Nvivo, Leximancer, SPSS
  • Camtasia Studio
  • R-Studio
  • CLUTO
  • EndNote Referencing
  • Computer and IT Troubleshooting

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Information Officer (June 2016 – current), Business Enablement team, Information Management, Information Services, Griffith University, Brisbane Australia.

As an Information Officer for Business Enablement team, I am responsible for developing, managing innovative Information Management systems and advice on other records management options outside of the core electronic document record management systems (EDRMS) applications. Key roles include:

  • Review the business processes and records created or managed by the business area, documenting the characteristics of these records in order to make recommendations on the best way to manage them, including identifying the most appropriate repositories.
  • Design and develop appropriate innovative platforms for content and information management, and work with the business unit to migrate content and establish workflows.
  • Determine the system configuration requirements for records to be migrated to the EDRMS
  • Document business processes for ongoing reference and training purposes, as they relate to records/information management, and provide training to small groups of end-users as required.

ICT Literacy Specialist (April 2014 – April 2016), Library and Learning Services, Information Services, Griffith University (Nathan Campus), Brisbane Australia.

As an ICT Literacy Specialist, I provide innovative technology and computing skills training that emphasizes responsible computing use to enable Griffith students and staff to be critical, effective and strategic in the use of information communication technologies — both in their studies and as a means of improving professional competencies in the workplace.

Sessional Academic (July 2014 – Current) School of Information and Communication Technology, Griffith University, Brisbane Australia. Currently, I am sessional academic for the following course at Griffith University: 2511ICT: Business Analysis and 1410ICT: Introduction to Information Systems.

Sessional Academic (July 2011  – March 2014) Electrical Engineering and Computer Science School and  Information Systems SchoolScience and Engineering Faculty,  Queensland University of Technology, Australia.
I was one of the tutors for INB101 – Impact of IT, INN220 – Business Analysis (postgraduate course)  in the  Information Systems School, and for IFB102 – Computer Technology Fundamentals (previously known as INB102-Emerging Technologies) in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science SchoolScience and Engineering Faculty.  Tutoring is fun and a good oppurtunity to improve teaching and communication skills. It is a start point for anyone who choose to become an academic.
IT Helpdesk Consultant (March 2009 – April 2014, March – September 2005), Learning Environments and Technology Services, Queensland University of Technology, Australia.
The IT Helpdesk Consultant is the first point of contact for staff and students of the University Computer, telephone and network problems, faults and queries.  IT Helpdesk Consultants are responsible for the problem management and resolution of these queries and faults.
Research Assistance (February – March 2012), School of Culture and Language Studies in EducationFaculty of EducationQueensland University of Technology.
I worked as a part-time research assistant for A/Professor Anne Hickling-Hudson to help her create index for her new book “The Capacity to Share: A Study of Cuba’s International Cooperation in Educational Development”, published by Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. It was a good experience and learning to work on the index!
Associate Lecturer (April 2006 – February 2009, Full Time), Paro College of Education , Royal University of Bhutan (www.rub.edu.bt), Bhutan
The main roles are to teach IT Units and provide IT Services.

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

  • English
  • Dzongkha
  • Nepali
  • Hindi

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS (Associate Memeber/Member)





PERSONAL REFEREES

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