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Dr Shahizan b. Hassan is a Professor in Information Systems at OYAGSB, UUM. He has published 8 books, book chapters, and monographs, 27 articles in journals, and 35 articles in conference proceedings. To date, he had completed 15 research projects funded by government and various agencies. His research works has been recognised both locally and internationally when he received several research and innovation awards including gold medal in IPTA Research and Innovation Exhibition Malaysia 2005 (Title: electronic collaborative marketing), silver medals in Malaysia Technology Exhibition (MTE) in 2006 (Title: eInfoC n eMPay – Collaborative eSolution for Scholarly Publications), 2008 (Title: Mobile learning System Prototype – MLSP, and M-Fishery – Mobile knowledge Dissemination System in Fishery) and 2010 (Title: Blog Influence Analyzer – BIA), silver medals in 31st World Exhibition on Innovation and New Invention, Geneva 2008 (Title: Agent-Assisted eDecision Matrix: ep-Matrix & md-Matrix), and silver medal in Seoul International Invention Fair, Korea 2008 (Title: Electronic Purchasing Decision Making eTool). His best achievement is the award of Public Service Innovation Award (AIPA 2007) for his Online Practicum Student Placement system project. Some of his research works were already commercialised which include e-publishing (currently used by UUM) and Blog Influence analyser (currently used by SKMM). He has vast experience in supervising post graduate students in UUM where he managed to successfully guide 23 students to succeed in their Master and PhD research projects in various Information System related areas. He has been appointed as PhD thesis examiner on regular basis (more than 20 times) either by UUM as the internal examiner or by other Malaysian universities (e.g. UKM, UiTM, UTP, UTM, UMP, UNITEN, and MMU) as the external examiner. He can be reached at shahizan@uum.edu.my
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