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Sei-Ching Joanna Sin
Sei-Ching Joanna Sin
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University
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Why students share misinformation on social media: Motivation, gender, and study-level differences
X Chen, SCJ Sin, YL Theng, CS Lee
The journal of academic librarianship 41 (5), 583-592, 2015
3452015
Undergraduates' use of social media as information sources
KS Kim, SCJ Sin, EY Yoo-Lee
College & Research Libraries 75 (4), 442-457, 2014
3062014
International students' everyday life information seeking: The informational value of social networking sites
SCJ Sin, KS Kim
Library & Information Science Research 35 (2), 107-116, 2013
2922013
Altmetrics: an analysis of the state-of-the-art in measuring research impact on social media
M Erdt, A Nagarajan, SCJ Sin, YL Theng
Scientometrics 109, 1117-1166, 2016
2532016
Individual differences in social media use for information seeking
KS Kim, SCJ Sin, TI Tsai
The journal of academic librarianship 40 (2), 171-178, 2014
2392014
Selecting quality sources: Bridging the gap between the perception and use of information sources
KS Kim, SCJ Sin
Journal of Information Science 37 (2), 178-188, 2011
1742011
Social media as information source: Undergraduates' use and evaluation behavior
KS Kim, EY Yoo‐Lee, SC Joanna Sin
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology …, 2011
1512011
International coauthorship and citation impact: A bibliometric study of six LIS journals, 1980–2008
SCJ Sin
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 62 (9 …, 2011
1432011
Use and non-use of public libraries in the information age: A logistic regression analysis of household characteristics and library services variables
SCJ Sin, KS Kim
Library & information science research 30 (3), 207-215, 2008
1152008
Increasing ethnic diversity in LIS: Strategies suggested by librarians of color
KS Kim, SCJ Sin
The Library Quarterly 78 (2), 153-177, 2008
1022008
Perception and selection of information sources by undergraduate students: Effects of avoidant style, confidence, and personal control in problem-solving
KS Kim, SCJ Sin
The Journal of Academic Librarianship 33 (6), 655-665, 2007
1022007
‘Misinformation? What of it?’Motivations and individual differences in misinformation sharing on social media
X Chen, SCJ Sin
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology …, 2013
932013
Demographic differences in international students' information source uses and everyday information seeking challenges
SCJ Sin
The Journal of Academic Librarianship 41 (4), 466-474, 2015
872015
Understanding the use of YouTube as a learning resource: a social cognitive perspective
Q Zhou, CS Lee, SCJ Sin, S Lin, H Hu, M Fahmi Firdaus Bin Ismail
Aslib Journal of Information Management 72 (3), 339-359, 2020
832020
Neighborhood disparities in access to information resources: Measuring and mapping US public libraries’ funding and service landscapes
SCJ Sin
Library & Information Science Research 33 (1), 41-53, 2011
812011
Information seeking through social media: impact of user characteristics on social media use
KS Kim, SCJ Sin, Y He
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology …, 2013
802013
Why do social media users share misinformation?
X Chen, SCJ Sin, YL Theng, CS Lee
Proceedings of the 15th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on digital libraries …, 2015
762015
Use and evaluation of information from social media in the academic context: Analysis of gap between students and librarians
KS Kim, SCJ Sin
The Journal of Academic Librarianship 42 (1), 74-82, 2016
722016
Cyberchondria: a systematic review
H Zheng, SCJ Sin, HK Kim, YL Theng
Internet Research 31 (2), 677-698, 2020
602020
Modeling the impact of individuals’ characteristics and library service levels on high school students’ public library usage: A national analysis
SCJ Sin
Library & Information Science Research 34 (3), 228-237, 2012
592012
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