Bazilah binti A. Talip, Dr.

Bazilah binti A. Talip, Dr.

HEAD OF SECTION RESEARCH & INNOVATION/ SENIOR LECTURER, INFORMATION SYSTEM

Dr Bazilah A. Talip is a Senior Lecturer in the Information Systems Department at Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Information Technology. She received a PhD in Information Technology from Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Dr Bazilah A. Talip has published a number of local and international journals and conference.

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Dr Bazilah A. Talip is an established lecturer and researcher in information science and information systems. Her research interests include online information grounds, information experience, co-experience and digital ethnography. She teaches research methodology course and passionate in systematic literature review approach as well as bibliometric.

Research Areas

  1. Online information grounds
  2. Information experience
  3. Co-experience
  4. Digital ethnography

Selected Publications

  1. Talip, B. A. & Beh, M. Y. D, (2017) A proposed model of online information grounds. In the IMCOM ’17: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Ubiquitous Information Management and Communication, Beppu, Japan.
  2. Talip, B. A. (2015) IT professionals’ information behaviour on Twitter. Library & Information Science e-Journal (LIBRES), 25(2), 86-102.
  3. Talip, B. A. (2015) Twitter as a medium for professional networking. MARA Innovation Journal, 4(2), 1-19.
  4. Narayan, B., Talip, B.A., Watson, J., & Edwards, S. (2013) Social media as online information grounds: A preliminary conceptual framework. Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Digital Libraries: Social Media and Community Networks, 8279, pp. 127-131.
  5. Talip, B. A. & Narayan, B. (2012) An exploration of the role of web and mobile social media in the implementation of e-Government in Malaysia. In 2nd DGI Conference: Social Media & Web Science – The Web as a Living Space, 22-23 March 2012, Lindner Conference Hotel, Dusseldorf, Germany. (In Press)
  6. Talip, B. A. & Narayan, B. (2011) A proposed model for successful implementation of e-Government in Malaysia. In CITA 2011 Proceedings, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Hilton Kuching Hotel, Sarawak, Malaysia.

Professional certification

  1. EC Council Project Management

Other skills and expertise

  1. Qualitative research
  2. Constructivist grounded theory