Dr Tiong-Thye Goh

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Senior Lecturer School of Information Management


Teaching in 2019

Research interests

Social Media Computing, Affective & Emotion Computing, Data Mining & Classification, Persuasive & Affective Learning Science, Users' Behaviour & Acceptance


Social Media Computing, Affective & Emotion Computing, Data Mining & Classification, Persuasive & Affective Learning Science, Users' Behaviour & Acceptance

Tiong's research is mainly focused on applied research, looking at how technologies can be applied to society, and he is keen to supervise projects that contain elements of social media, emotion computing, classification, learning science and user's behaviour. He is on the Advisory Board of the Journal of Educational Technology & Society (JETS) and the International Editorial Review Board for the International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning (IJMBL), International Journal of Mobile Human Interaction (IJMHI), International Journal of E-adoption (IJEA) and Journal of Information Technology Education (JITE).

Tiong is also the editor of Multiplatform e-learning systems and technologies: Mobile devices for ubiquitous ICT-based education (2009).


BSc & MSc (Electrical Engineering), Ohio; GDipFM, Singapore; MBA (Distinction), Manchester & Wales; PhD (Information Systems), Massey

Administrative responsibilities

Member of the School of Information Management Human Ethics Committee

Current research

Tiong has recently completed research for Ako Aotearoa on 'Persuasive and Affective SMS Text Messaging for Students' Learning'. This report presents the outcome of an experimental design to investigate the impact of persuasive and affective SMS on students' self-regulated learning strategies while attending an information systems course.

Information on his other research, including 'i-emo Visualisation and Interaction with Emotion in Social Network' & 'Peer-to-Peer Collaborative Learning with E-book Devices' is available from Dr Goh's personal homepage.

Selected publications

Sun, S. Fam, K. & Goh, T. (2011). Consumer behaviour in the adoption of Islamic mobile phone banking. in Kim-Shyan Fam & Kamal Ghosh (Eds), Proceedings of 2011 MAG Scholar Conference. New Zealand: MAG Scholar [CD-ROM].

Goh, T. (2011). SMS learning support and students’ motivated learning. Proceedings of the International Conference on Joyful e-Learning (pp. 43-38). Taiwan: National Taiwan Normal University & Taiwan National University of Science Technology.

Goh, T. & Seet, B.C. (2010). Peer-to-peer collaborative learning with e-book devices over 3G-WiFi ad-hoc network. 2nd International Conference on Computer Support Education, Spain 2010.

Goh, T. (Ed.) (2009). Multiplatform e-learning systems and technologies: Mobile devices for uiquitous ICT-based eucation. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8147367

Goh,T. & Huang, P. (2009). Monitoring youth depression risk in Web 2.0. VINE: The journal of information and knowledge management systems.

Goh, T. & Liew, C. L. (2009). SMS-based library catalogue system: A preliminary investigation of user acceptance. The Electronic Library, 27(3), 394-408.

Goh, T. & Kinshuk, D. (2008). e-Learning systems content adaptation frameworks and techniques. In Margherita Pagani (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Multimedia Technology and Networking (pp. 460-468). Hershey, PA, Information Science Reference.

Goh, T., Kinshuk, D., Chen, N. (2008). Evaluating learner satisfaction in a multiplatform e-Learning system. In Joanna Lumsden (Ed), Handbook of Research on User Interface Design and Evaluation for Mobile Technology (pp. 1079-1099). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

Daraghmi, Y., Cullen, R., Goh, T., (2008). Mixed methodology design for improving usability of e-Health systems. Proceedings of Health Informatics New Zealand (HINZ 2008).

Goh, T., Hooper, V. (2007). To TXT or not to TXT: that's the puzzle. Journal of Information Technology Education, 6, 441-453.

Huang, Y., Goh, T., Liew, C. (2007). Hunting suicide notes in Web 2.0 -- preliminary findings. Proceedings of IEEE 2007 International Workshop on Web 2.0 and Multimedia-based Education (W2ME) (pp. 517-521). Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society.

Goh, T., Kinshuk, D. (2006). Structural equation modelling approach in multiplatform e-learning system evaluation. In S. Spencer and A. Jenkins (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2006). Australasian Association for Information Systems.


Teaching in 2019