Tingru CUI
Tingru CUI
School of Computing and Information systems, The University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Information technology and open innovation: A strategic alignment perspective
T Cui, HJ Ye, HH Teo, J Li
Information & Management 52 (3), 348-358, 2015
Gamification artifacts and crowdsourcing participation: Examining the mediating role of intrinsic motivations
Y Feng, HJ Ye, Y Yu, C Yang, T Cui
Computers in Human Behavior 81, 124-136, 2018
MLaaS: a cloud-based system for delivering adaptive micro learning in mobile MOOC learning
G Sun, T Cui, J Yong, J Shen, S Chen
IEEE Transactions on Services Computing 11 (2), 292-305, 2015
Exploring Ideation and Implementation Openness in Open Innovation Projects: IT-enabled Absorptive Capacity Perspective
T Cui, Y Wu, Y Tong
Information & Management, 2017
Micro learning adaptation in MOOC: a software as a service and a personalized learner model
G Sun, T Cui, W Guo, G Beydoun, D Xu, J Shen
International Conference on Web-Based Learning, 174-184, 2015
Towards massive data and sparse data in adaptive micro open educational resource recommendation: a study on semantic knowledge base construction and cold start problem
G Sun, T Cui, G Beydoun, S Chen, F Dong, D Xu, J Shen
Sustainability 9 (6), 898, 2017
MLaaS: A cloud system for mobile micro learning in MOOC
G Sun, T Cui, S Chen, W Guo, J Shen
2015 IEEE International Conference on Mobile Services, 120-127, 2015
Drawing micro learning into MOOC: Using fragmented pieces of time to enable effective entire course learning experiences
G Sun, T Cui, J Yong, J Shen, S Chen
2015 IEEE 19th International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative …, 2015
Demystifying continuous participation in game applications at social networking sites
Y Wu, T Cui, N Liu, Y Deng, J Guo
Internet Research, 2018
Building a Culturally-competent Web Site: A Cross-cultural Analysis of Web Site Structure
HHT T Cui, X Wang
Journal of Global Information Management 23 (4), 2015
Profiling and supporting adaptive micro learning on open education resources
G Sun, T Cui, G Beydoun, J Shen, S Chen
2016 International Conference on Advanced Cloud and Big Data (CBD), 158-163, 2016
Can information technology bridge knowledge distance in organizational open innovation? An absorptive capacity perspective
T Cui, Y Tong, HH Teo
Examining help requests on social networking sites: integrating privacy perception and privacy calculus perspectives
J Guo, N Li, Y Wu, T Cui
Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 39, 100828, 2020
From ideal to reality: segmentation, annotation, and recommendation, the vital trajectory of intelligent micro learning
J Lin, G Sun, T Cui, J Shen, D Xu, G Beydoun, P Yu, D Pritchard, L Li, ...
World Wide Web, 1-21, 2019
Examining the effects of social influence in pre-adoption phase and initial post-adoption phase in the healthcare context
Z Lu, T Cui, Y Tong, W Wang
Information & Management 57 (3), 103195, 2020
Towards the readiness of learning analytics data for micro learning
J Lin, G Sun, J Shen, T Cui, P Yu, D Xu, L Li, G Beydoun
International Conference on Services Computing, 66-76, 2019
Ontological learner profile identification for cold start problem in micro learning resources delivery
G Sun, T Cui, J Shen, D Xu, G Beydoun, S Chen
2017 IEEE 17th International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies …, 2017
Managing Knowledge Distance: IT-Enabled Inter-Firm Knowledge Capabilities in Collaborative Innovation
T Cui, Y Tong, HH Teo, J Li
Journal of Management Information Systems 37 (1), 217-250, 2020
A survey of segmentation, annotation, and recommendation techniques in micro learning for next generation of OER
J Lin, G Sun, J Shen, T Cui, P Yu, D Xu, L Li
2019 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative …, 2019
A heuristic approach for new-item cold start problem in recommendation of micro open education resources
G Sun, T Cui, D Xu, J Shen, S Chen
International conference on intelligent tutoring systems, 212-222, 2018
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