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Ms. Bee Bee Chua

Ms. Bee Bee Chua
Unit Coordinator and Lecturer

Bee Bee has previously worked at other Australian universities and has strong expertise in teaching and learning. She has published more than thirty quality (IEEE, ACM, Springer) research articles in the field of Computing Science and Information Systems, and she is one of the section editors for Australasian Journal of Information Systems (AJIS). The passion for teaching inspires her to seek new teaching techniques, and she hopes her teaching enthusiasm motivates students to find learning interesting and engaging.


Teaching Philosophy

My teaching philosophy is to ensure every undergraduate and postgraduate student that they can find learning is a lifetime enjoyable and interesting journey. Along the learning journey, individual learn to experience and appreciate on one another motivation, encouragement, and inspiration. In addition, I want my students able to make a difference.


Academic Qualifications
  1. PhD • currently enrolled • University of Technology, Sydney
  2. Master (Hons) of information management • 2000 • University of Ireland
  3. Bachelor of information technology (Second Upper Class Honnour) • 1996 • University of Wales, United Kingdom

Research Areas/Areas of Supervision
  • Open Source
  • E Leaning
  • E Commerce, Mobile Commerce
  • Design Thinking
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Information Management
  • Software Cost Estimation
  • Quality Assurance
  • Engineering Information Management

Grants and Awards
  • Research Paper Award 2010
  • Chua, B. & Bernardo, D.V. 2010, ‘Introducing Scholarly Articles: A way for Attaining Educational Sustainability’, Proceedings: The Second International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-Line Learning (eL&mL 2010), International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-Line Learning, IEEE, St Martaan, Netherland, pp. 111-115. (Best Paper Award)

Publications

Books/Monographs

Chua, B. (2016). Case Study in Information Systems: Security, Privacy and Ethics Issues in E-Therapy, 1st Edition, Cengage Publishing, Australia.
Chua, B., Stair, R., Moisiadis, F., Grenrich, R. & Reynolds, G. (2015). CP1060 – 31266 Introduction to Information Systems.

Book Chapters

Chua, B. B. (2018). The Integration of Social Design Methodologies (wicked problems, design thinking and rich pictures) From the Perspective of Solution-based Thinking for Analyzing Stakeholders Values’ in Advances in Information Systems and Business Engineering. Advances in Information Systems and Business Engineering

Bernardo, D.V. & Chua, B.B. (2015). Introduction and analysis of SDN and NFV security architecture (SN-SECA), Proceedings – International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, AINA, International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (was ICOIN), IEEE, Gwangiu, pp. 796-801

Peer Reviewed Journal Papers

Chua, B. B. and Ying Z. (2020) Applying a Systematic Literature Review and Content Analysis Method to Analyse Open Source Developers’ Forking Motivation Interpretation, Categories and Consequences. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 24. No 1. Pp 1-19

Chua, B. B. (2018). Predicting Fork Visibility Performance On Programming Language Interoperability in Open Source Projects, SAI Computing. Vol.9. No. 1. Pp. 32-37

Chua, B. B. 2012.Using the SOAR (Scholarly Articles) Framework for Developing and Improving student Reading and Understanding of Scholarly Articles. Journal of Teaching and Education. Vol. 1, No. 2, Pp. 81-87.

Chua, B. & Verner, J. 2010 Examining Requirements Change Rework Effort: A Study. International Journal of Software Engineering & Applications (IJSEA), Vol. 1. No. 3. Pp. 48-64

Peer Reviewed Conference Papers

Chua, B. B. (2015). Detecting Sustainable Programming Languages through Forking on Open-Source Projects for Survivability’, IEEE, IEEE International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering Workshops, IEEE, Gaithersburg, USA, pp. 120-124

Chua, B. B. & Hall, J. (2015) Analysing Yammer Usage Pattern in the Context of Social Collaborative Activity Performance from Knowledge Workers. Social Computing and Social Media, HCI International, Springer. Los Angeles, Pp. 127-137

Bernardo, D.V. & Chua, B. (2013). ‘Random Validation and Fault Detection Method in Systems Implementations, 13th International Conference Intelligent Systems Design and Applications, International Conference Intelligent Systems Design and Applications, IEEE, University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, pp. 172-176.

Chua, B. (2014). Applying the Submission Multiple Tier (SMT) Matrix to Detect Impact on Developer Interest on Open Source Project Survivability. Open Source Software: Mobile Open Source Technologies, IFIP WG. International Conference on Open Source Systems (OSS), SpringerOpen, Costa Rica. pp. 70-75

Chua, B. (2013). Analyzing Version Control Open Source Software Survivability. The 19th International Conference on Distributed Multimedia Systems, International Conference on Distributed Multimedia Systems, Knowledge Systems Institute Graduate School, Brighton, United Kingdom. Pp. 61-65.

Chua, B. & bernardo, D. (2013) Open Source Developer Download Tiers: A Survival Framework. Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE International Conference on IT Convergence and Security (ICITCS 2013), International Conference on IT Convergence and Security (ICITCS), IEEE, Macau, China, pp. 314-318

Chua, B. (2011). Role Playing For Scholarly Articles, Software Engineering, Business Continuity and Education, International Conference on Advanced Software Engineering and Its Applications (ASEA), Springer-Verlag Berlin / Heidelberg, Jeju Island, Korea, pp. 662-674

Chua, B. & Bernardo, D.V. (2011), Integrating Scholarly Articles within E-learning Courses, Communications in Computer and Information Science. Enhancing Learning Through Technology. Education Unplugged: Mobile Technologies and Web 2.0, International Conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, Springer-Verlag Berlin / Heidelberg, Hong Kong, pp. 37-50.

Chua, B. & Bernardo, D.V. (2011). Integrating Scholarly Articles Within E-Learning Courses: A Framework. Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science (ITiCSE 2011) Sponsored by ACM SIGCSE, Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science, ACM, Darmstadt. Germany, Pp. 392-392

Chua, B. & Verner, J. (2011), Evaluating software maintenance effort: The COME Matrix. Software Engineering, Business Continuity and Education, International Conference on Advanced Software Engineering and Its Applications (ASEA), Springer-Verlag Berlin / Heidelberg, Jeju Island, Korea, pp. 120-136.

Chua, B. (2010). Requirements Changes Rework Effects: A Case Study. Informatics Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference Software Engineering and Applications (SEA 2010), The IASTED International Conferences on Informatics, ACTA Press. Marina Del Rey, USA, Pp. 487-493.

Chua, B. (2010) Rework Requirement Changes in Software Maintenance. The Fifth IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering Advances, International Conference on Software Engineering Advances, IEEE, Nice, France, Pp. 252-258

Chua, B. & Bernardo, D.V. (2010). Introducing Scholarly Articles: A way for Attaining Educational Sustainability. Proceedings: The Second International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-Line Learning (eL&mL 2010), International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-Line Learning, IEEE, St Martaan, Netherland, pp. 111-115. (Best Paper Award)

Chua, B., Bernardo, D.V. & Verner, J. (2010). Understanding the use of Elicitation Approaches for Effective Requirements Gathering. Proceedings of The Fifth International Conference on Software Engineering Advances ICSEA 2010, International Conference on Software Engineering Advances, IEEE Computer Society, Nice, France, Pp. 325-330

Chua, B. & Verner, J. (2009) Designing change request forms for better effort estimates on requirements changes. international conference on software engineering theory and practice (SETP), International Conference on Software Engineering Theory and Practice, ISRST, Imperial Swan Hotel & Suites located at 7050 S. Kirkman Road, Orlando, FL 32819, USA., pp. 32-39

Chua, B., Bernardo, D.V. & Wang, X. (2009). Cultural Issues In The Use Of Collabor-Ative Knowledge Management Systems’, KMO ‘2009 Fourth International KMO Conference. International KMO Conference, KMO. Fourth International KMO Conference, National Taiwan University, Pp. 1-9.

Bernardo, D.V., Chua, B. & Hoang, D.B. (2009). Quantitative Security Risk Assessment (SRA) Method: An empirical case study. World Congress on Nature and Biologically Inspired Computing (NaBIC’09), World Congress on Nature and Biologically Inspired Computing, Research Publishing Services, Comibatore, India, pp. 972-977

Chua, B. & Verner, J. (2008). Requirement Change Management: Why are current change request forms inadequate. Proceedings of the 5th Software Measurement European Forum, Software Measurement European Forum, Libreria CLUP Soc Group, Milan Italy, pp. 101-111.V

Chua, B., Verner, J. & Bernardo, D.V. (2008). Criteria For Estimating Effort For Requirements Changes. Software Process Improvement, EuroSPI, Springer, Dublin, Ireland, Pp. 36-46

Chua, B. & Verner, J. (2006). A Framework for Predicting Person-Effort on Requirements Changes. The 5th International Conference on Software Methodologies, Tools, and Techniques, International Conference on Software Methods and Tools, IOS Press, Quebec, Canada, Pp. 439-451

Chua, B. & Verner, J. (2005) IT Practitioner’s Perspective on Australian Software Development Projects in Risk Management Practices and Tools: A Pilot Study’, New trends in software methodologies, tools and techniques: Proceedings of the fourth SoMeT-W05, International Conference on Software Methods and Tools, IOS Press, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 111-125

Chua, B. & Brennan, J. (2004) Enhancing Collaborative Knowledge Management Systems Designs. Proceedings 5th European Conference on Knowledge Management, European Conference on Knowledge Management, Academic Conferences International, Paris, France, Pp. 171-179

Chua, B. & Dyson, L.E. (2004) Applying the ISO9126 Model to the evaluation of an e-learning system’, Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE 2004), Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, Perth, Australia, Pp. 184-190.

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