Tanya McGill  from Murdoch University in Perth Australia.
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    Professor Tanya McGill
    BSc (UWA), Grad Dip Comp (WAIT), MBA (UWA), PhD (Murdoch)

    Professor, Information Technology

    About me

    I am a Professor in the Discipline of Information Technology, Mathematics and Statistics at Murdoch University in Western Australia.

    My major research interests include information security behaviour, e-learning and information technology education. I am the author of over 100 journal articles, book chapters, and articles in conference proceedings. My research has been published in various journals including Behaviour and Information Technology, Decision Support Systems, Computers & Education, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, ACM Transactions on Information and System Security, Journal of Computing in Higher Education, and Information Resource Management Journal. 

    I have taught a wide range of information systems and information technology units at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

    Teaching area

    I currently teach the following units: Systems Analysis and Design, Advanced Business Analysis and Design, and Information Technology Research Methodologies.

    Research areas

    My major research interests include e-learning, information technology education and user security behaviour.

    Awards and grants

    Awards

    • LEAD Senior Fellow in the Murdoch Learning Excellence Academy (LEAD) (inducted June 2017)
    • Office of Learning and Teaching (OLT) Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning 2015 – ‘For sustained commitment to undertaking and publishing research on Information Technology education and e-learning that informs teaching and enhances student learning’
    • Vice-Chancellor’s Citation for Enhancing Learning 2015 (Individual Category)
    • School Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence, Semester 1 2015
    • School Dean’s Award for Teaching Excellence, Semester 2 2016
    • Leoni Warne Prize for Outstanding Publication in the Area of Women and IT, 2013
    • Vice-Chancellor’s Excellence in Teaching Award (Individual Category), 2011
    • ACPHIS Kit Dampney Prize for the Best Paper on an Educational Issue, 2011
    • Best Paper Award, IRMA International Conference, 2000
    • European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), the inaugural “Outstanding Publication Award”, 1997

    Grants

    • ‘An exploratory study of the implications of privacy and security risks on home user adoption of internet of things (IoT) devices’. School of Engineering and Information Technology Small Grant 2017 ($2,348) Received with A. Wang and J. Klobas
    • Overall project: ‘Social Networks and Its Influence towards Individuals and Organisational Behaviour’. Sub-project: RP021C-14SBS ‘The Disruptive Effects of Social Networks in Individual Wellbeing’ University of Malaya Research Grant 2014 (RM 87,700 – AU $30,169). Received with S. Moghavvemi (University of Malaya), .A Sulaiman (University of Malaya) Jane Klobas (Bocconi University/Murdoch University)
    • ‘Human factors in computer security – A study of behavioural factors and home user security practice.’ School of Engineering and Information Technology Small Grant 2015 ($5,800) Received with N. Thompson
    • ‘Addressing ICT curriculum recommendations from surveys of academics, workplace graduates, and employers’. ALTC Priority Project 2009 ($215,000). Received with P. Ogunbona , F. Naghdy, J. Amarego, C. Pilgrim, P. Bailes, G. Naghdy, & T. Koppi
    • ‘Impact of recertification and professional development requirements on ICT Professionals’. Research Excellence Grant, Murdoch University 2008 ($4,941). Received with M. Dixon
    • ‘An investigation of the roles of involvement and system quality in the success of learning management systems’. Research Excellence Grant, Murdoch University 2007 ($8,717). Received with J. Klobas
    • ‘E-Learning and task-technology fit: A student and instructor comparison’ Research Excellence Grant, Murdoch University 2005 ($7,690). Received with V. Hobbs
    • ‘An investigation of the success of user developed applications, Research Quantum Funds, Murdoch University 1997 ($4,028). Received with V. Hobbs
    • ‘Computer literacy for learning skills: An independent study module’. National Teaching Development Grant 1995 ($36,169). Received with V. Hobbs, L. Marshall & D. Lake
    • An audio-visual interactive package for self-paced learning in introductory programming’. National Teaching Development Grant 1993/1994 ($21,241). Received with V. Hobbs, S. Volet & C. Wilson
    •  ‘A case study workbook for introductory programming’. Murdoch Teaching Grant 1993 ($2,000). Received with V. Hobbs, S. Volet & C. Wilson
    • ‘Improving students’ learning in introductory computer programming’. Special Research Grant, Murdoch University 1992 ($9,000). Received with S. Volet

    Professional and community service

    I am the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Organizational and End User Computing and an associate editor of the International Journal of Information and Communications Technology Education. In addition, I am on the editorial review board of the Information Resources Management Journal and regularly review papers for many other journals and conferences.

    Doctoral and masters supervisions

    Completions

    • Danny Toohey (PhD) Transnational Education and Academic Job Satisfaction
    • Bruce Hilliard (PhD) Optimising Viewer Comprehension and Shaping Impressions and Attention through the Formatting of Content in tTools like Microsoft® PowerPoint®
    • Jamal Sheglabo (PhD) An Investigation of the Factors that Impact the Intention to Adopt and Use mICT in the Libyan Construction Industry
    • Florence Mwagawbi (PhD) Improving Compliance with Password Guidelines
    • Chris Klisc (PhD) Enhancing Student Learning Outcomes in Asynchronous Online Discussion
    • Norhaiza Khairudin (PhD) Use of Non-financial Measures in Information Technology Decision Making: A Design Research Study of Learning Management System (LMS) Adoption in Universities
    • Paul Wilson (RMT) An Evaluation of Biometrics in a Mobile Environment
    • Nik Thompson (PhD) Development of an Open Affective Computing Environment
    • Romana Martin (PhD) M-learning and Student Engagement: Factors that Support Students’ Engagement in m-Learning
    • Z Cliffe schreuders (PhD) Functionality-Based Application Confinement: A Parameterised and Hierarchical Approach to Policy Abstraction for Rule-based Application-oriented Access Controls
    • Rodger Wright (PhD) Exploring a Paradigm Shift: An Australian Case Study of the Adoption of Multimedia Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Inductions
    • Diana Jonas-Dwyer (PhD): The Impact of Virtual Microscopes on Learning
    • Dhiyab Al Abri (PhD): Examining the Impact of E-privacy Risk Concerns on Citizen’s Intentions to use E-government Services: An Oman Perspective
    • Jaflah Al-Ammary (PhD): Knowledge Management Strategic Alignment in the Banking Sector at the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries
    • Chanda Mumbi (DIT): An Investigation of the Role of Trust in Virtual Project Management Success

    Current students

    • Shalini Watson (PhD)
    • Samantha Bax (PhD)
    • Kevin Ong (PhD)
    • Sonam Tenzin (DIT)
    • Khandu Om (PhD)

    Publications

    Chapters

    • Thompson, N., McGill, T., (2015),Affective human-computer interaction,In: Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology Third Edition, IGI Global, pages 3712 to 3720.
    • Thompson, N., McGill, T., (2014),The Application of Affective Computing Technology to E-Learning,In: Pedagogical Considerations and Opportunities for Teaching and Learning on the Web, IGI Global, pages to 109.
    • Bax, S., McGill, T., (2009),From Beliefs to Success: Utilizing an Expanded TAM to Predict Web Page Development Success,In: Cross-Disciplinary Advances in Human Computer Interaction: User Modeling, Social Computing and Adaptive Interfaces, IGI Global, pages 37 to 54.
    • Rojas, M., McGill, T., Depickere, A., (2008),Project Management in Student Information Technology Projects,In: Adapting Information and Communication Technologies for Effective Education, Information Science Reference, pages 190 to 204.
    • McGill, T., Klisc, C., (2007),End User Perceptions of the Benefits and Risks of End User Web Development,In: End User Computing Challenges and Technologies: Emerging Tools and Applications, Information Science Reference, pages 124 to 142.
    • McGill, T., Bax, S., (2007),Learning IT: Where do lectures fit?,In: Integrating Information & Communications Technologies into the Classroom, Information Science Publishing, pages 99 to 111.
    • McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2007),Information technology certification: A student perspective,In: Intergrating Information & Communications technologies into the Classroom, Information Science Publishing, pages 203 to 215.
    • McGill, T., (2005),The Effect of End User Development on End User Success,In: Advanced Topics in End User Computing, IDEA Publications, pages 21 to 41.
    • McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2005),Staying Up to Date with Changes in IT,In: Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Idea Group Reference, pages 2605 to 2609.
    • Dixon, M., Karlsson, J., McGill, T., (2005),Data Communications and E-Learning,In: Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Idea Group Reference, pages 685 to 690.
    • McGill, T., Klobas, J., Hobbs, V., (2004),Perceptions, User Satisfaction and Success: Testing the DeLone and McLean Model in the User Developed Application Domain,In: Advanced Topics in Information Resources Management, Idea Group, pages 87 to 116.
    • McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2003),How Do IT Students Stay Up to Date with Employers' Skill Requirements,In: Current Issues in IT Education, IRM Press, pages 144 to 152.
    • McGill, T., (2003),Introducing Information Systems Students to Research with a Structured Group Project,In: Current Issues in IT Education, IRM Press, pages 26 to 33.
    • McGill, T., (2003),A Comparison of End User and Expert System Quality Assessments,In: Advanced Topics in End User Computing, IDEA Publications, pages 105 to 124.

    Journals

    • Klobas, J., McGill, T., Wang, X., (2019), How perceived security risk affects intention to use smart home devices: A reasoned action explanation, Computers & Security, 87, 2019, pages Article number 101571 -.
    • Klobas, J., McGill, T., Moghavvemi, S., (2019), Problematic and extensive YouTube use: First hand reports, Online Information Review: the international journal of digital information, research and use, 43, 2, pages 265 - 282.
    • Klobas, J., McGill, T., Moghavvemi, S., (2018), Compulsive YouTube usage: A comparison of use motivation and personality effects, Computers in Human Behavior, 87, 2018, pages 129 - 139.
    • Wang, X., McGill, T., Klobas, J., (2018), I want it anyway: Consumer perceptions of smart home devices, Journal of Computer Information Systems, Published Online 21 Nov 2018, , pages -.
    • Mwagwabi, F., McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2018), Short-term and long-term effects of fear appeals in improving compliance with password guidelines, Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 42, , pages 147 - 182.
    • Toohey, D., McGill, T., Whitsed, C., (2017), Engaging Academic Staff in Transnational Teaching: The Job Satisfaction Challenge, Journal of Studies in International Education, 21, 4, pages 333 - 348.
    • Thompson, N., McGill, T., (2017), Genetics with Jean: The design, development and evaluation of an affective tutoring system, Educational Technology Research and Development, 65, 2, pages 279 - 299.
    • McGill, T., Thompson, N., (2017), Old risks, new challenges: exploring the differences in security between home computer and mobile device users, Behaviour and Information Technology, 36, 11, pages 1111 - 1124.
    • Hilliard, B., Armarego, J., Turk, A., McGill, T., (2017), Delivering a Unified Design Model (UDM) ÂÂ to align design to the way the human brain processes visual information, Journal of Teaching and Education, 6, 2, pages 215 - 232.
    • Murray, D., McGill, T., Thompson, N., Toohey, D., (2017), Can learners become teachers? Evaluating the merits of student generated content and peer assessment, Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, 14, , pages 21 - 33.
    • Klisc, C., McGill, T., Hobbs, V., (2017), Use of a post-asynchronous online discussion assessment to enhance student critical thinking, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (Online), 33, 5, pages 63 - 76.
    • Sheglabo, J., McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2017), An investigation of the factors that impact the intention to adopt and use mICT in the Libyan construction industry, Journal of Construction in Developing Countries, 21, 1, pages 55 - 74.
    • Thompson, N., McGill, T., Wang, X., (2017), "Security begins at home": Determinants of home computer and mobile device security behavior, Computers & Security, 70, , pages 376 - 391.
    • Hilliard, B., Armarego, J., Turk, A., McGill, T., (2017), Delivering a Unified Design Model (UDM) ÂÂ to align design to the way the human brain processes visual information, Journal of Teaching and Education, 6, 2, pages 197 - 213.
    • Thompson, N., McGill, T., (2016), Affective Stack - A Model for Affective Computing Application Development, Journal of Software, 10, 8, pages 919 - 930.
    • McGill, T., (2016), The importance of human capital perspective in the learning management system (LMS) decision making process at universities, Jurnal Psikologi Malaysia, 30, 2, pages 102 - 113.
    • McGill, T., Koppi, T., Armarego, J., (2016), ICT Industry Involvement with ICT Education and Research in Universities: Industry Perceptions, Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Information and Computer Sciences, , , pages 1 - 18.
    • McGill, T., Klobas, J., Renzi, S., (2014), Critical success factors for the continuation of e-learning initiatives, The Internet and Higher Education: a quarterly review of innovations in post-secondary education, 22, , pages 24 - 36.
    • McGill, T., Armarego, J., Koppi, T., (2014), Australian academic leaders' perceptions of the teaching- research-industry-learning nexus in information and communications technology education, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 10, 1, pages 79 - 88.
    • Schreuders, Z., Payne, C., McGill, T., (2013), The functionality-based application confinement model, International Journal of Information Security, 12, 5, pages 393 - 422.
    • Schreuders, Z., McGill, T., Payne, C., (2013), The state of the art of application restrictions and sandboxes: A survey of application-oriented access controls and their shortfalls, Computers & Security, 32, , pages 219 - 241.
    • Martin, R., McGill, T., Sudweeks, F., (2013), Learning Anywhere, Anytime: Student Motivators for M-learning, The Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 12, 1, pages 51 - 67.
    • Wright, R., McGill, T., (2013), The adoption of multimedia occupational health, safety and environment inductions, Journal of Information Technology Management, 24, 2, pages 32 - 46.
    • McGill, T., Armarego, J., Koppi, T., (2012), The teaching-research-industry-learning nexus in information and communications technology, ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 12, 1, pages -.
    • Schreuders, Z., McGill, T., Payne, C., (2012), Towards usable application-oriented access controls: Qualitative results from a usability study of SELinux, AppArmor and FBAC-LSM., International Journal of Information Security and Privacy, 6, 1, pages 57 - 76.
    • Klisc, C., McGill, T., Hobbs, V., (2012), The effect of instructor information provision on critical thinking in students using asynchronous online discussion, International Journal on E-learning: corporate, government, healthcare & higher education, 11, 3, pages 23 - 42.
    • Thompson, N., McGill, T., (2012), Affective Tutoring Systems: Enhancing e-Learning with the Emotional Awareness of a Human Tutor, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 8, 4, pages 75 - 89.
    • Roberts, M., McGill, T., Koppi, T., (2011), What students are telling us about why they left their ICT course, Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Information and Computer Sciences, 10, 3, pages 65 - 79.
    • Schreuders, Z., McGill, T., Payne, C., (2011), Empowering End Users to Confine Their Own Applications: The Results of a Usability Study Comparing SELinux, AppArmor, and FBAC-LSM, ACM Transactions on Information and System Security, 14, 2, pages 1 - 28.
    • McGill, T., Klobas, J., Renzi, S., (2011), LMS use and Instructor Performance: The Role of Task-technology Fit, International Journal on E-learning: corporate, government, healthcare & higher education, 10, 1, pages 43 - 62.
    • Klobas, J., McGill, T., (2010), The role of involvement in learning management system success, Journal of Computing in Higher Education: research & integration of instructional technology, 22, 2, pages 114 - 134.
    • McGill, T., Klobas, J., (2009), A task-technology fit view of learning management system impact, Computers & Education: an international journal, 52, 2, pages 496 - 508.
    • Novakovic, L., McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2009), Understanding User Behavior Towards Passwords Through Acceptance and Use Modelling, International Journal of Information Security and Privacy, 3, 1, pages 12 - 30.
    • Klisc, C., McGill, T., Hobbs, V., (2009), The effect of assessment on the outcomes of asynchronous online discussion as perceived by instructors., Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (Online), 25, 5, pages 666 - 682.
    • Mumbi, C., McGill, T., (2008), An investigation of the role of trust in virtual project management success, International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations, 5, 1, pages 64 - 82.
    • Thompson, N., McGill, T., (2008), Multimedia and Cognition: Examining the Effect of Applying Cognitive Principles to the Design of Instructional Materials, Journal of Educational Computing Research, 39, 2, pages 143 - 159.
    • McGill, T., Hobbs, V., (2008), How students and instructors using a virtual learning environment perceive the fit between technology and task, Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 24, 3, pages 191 - 202.
    • McGill, T., Klobas, J., (2008), User developed application success: sources and effects of involvement, Behaviour and Information Technology, 27, 5, pages 407 - 422.
    • McGill, T., Bax, S., (2007), From beliefs to success: Utilizing an expanded TAM to predict webpage development success, International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 3, 3, pages 36 - 53.
    • McGill, T., Klisc, C., (2006), End-user perceptions of the benefits and risks of end-user web development, Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 18, 4, pages 22 - 42.
    • Rojas, M., McGill, T., Depickere, A., (2006), Project Management in Student Information Technology Projects, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 2, 4, pages 24 - 38.
    • McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2005), Information Technology Certification: A Student Perspective, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 1, Jan-March 2005, pages 19 - 30.
    • McGill, T., Klobas, J., (2005), The role of speadsheet knowledge in user-developed application success, Decision Support systems, 39, 39, pages 355 - 369.
    • McGill, T., Bax, S., (2005), Learning IT: Where Do Lecturers Fit?, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, Vol 1 No 3, July-September 2005, pages 36 - 46.
    • McGill, T., (2004), The Effect of End User Development on End User Success, Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 16, , pages 41 - 58.
    • Klobas, J., McGill, T., (2004), Spreadsheet Knowledge: Measuring What User Developers Know, Journal of Information Systems Education, 15, , pages 427 - 433.
    • McGill, T., Hobbs, V., Klobas, J., (2003), User Developed Applications and Information Systems Success: A Test of DeLone and McLean's Model, Information Resources Management Journal, 16, , pages 24 - 45.
    • McGill, T., (2002), User developed applications: Can end users assess quality., Journal of End User Computing, 14, 3, pages 1 - 15.
    • Hobbs, V., McGill, T., Rowe, H., (1998), How Good Are Students at Assessing the Quality of Their Applications?, Informing Science, Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter, 1998, pages 23 - 30.
    • McGill, T., Volet, S., (1997), A conceptual framework for analysing students' knowledge of the various components of programming, Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 29, 3, pages 276 - 297.

    Conference

    • Ong, K., Zander, S., Murray, D., McGill, T., (2017),Experimental Evaluation of Less-Than-Best-Effort TCP Congestion Control Mechanisms,In: IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN).
    • Thompson, N., McGill, T., (2017),Mining the Mind - Applying Quantitative Techniques toUnderstand Mental Models of Security,In: 28th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2017)..
    • Ong, K., Zander, S., Murray, D., McGill, T., (2017),Experimental Evaluation of Less-than-Best-EffortTCP over 802.11 Wireless Networks,In: 23rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications (APCC).
    • Thompson, N., McGill, T., (2017),Mining the Mind Applying quantitative techniques to understand mental models of security,In: Australasian Conference on Information Systems, 2017.
    • Ong, K., Murray, D., McGill, T., (2016),Large-sample comparison of TCP congestion control mechanisms over wireless networks,In: 30th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications Workshops.
    • Hilliard, B., Armarego, J., McGill, T., (2016),Optimising visual layout for training and learning technologies,In: Australasian Conference on Information Systems, 2016.
    • Toohey, D., McGill, T., (2014),A Qualitative Study of Satisfaction of IT Academics with Transnational Education,In: Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2014).
    • Murray, D., Koziniec, T., McGill, T., (2014),Student Perceptions of Flipped Learning,In: 17th Australasian Computer Education Conference (ACE 2015),.
    • Mwagwabi, F., McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2014),Improving Compliance with Password Guidelines: How User Perceptions of Passwords and Security Threats Affect Compliance with Guidelines,In: 47th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (2014).
    • Roberts, M., McGill, T., (2013),Enabling and Encouraging Greater Diversity in ICT,In: 24th Australasian Conference on Information Systems.
    • Toohey, D., McGill, T., Jarzabkowski, L., (2013),Satisfaction of IT Academics with Transnational Education (TNE),In: 24th Australasian Conference on Information Systems.
    • Roberts, M., McGill, T., Hyland, P., (2012),Attrition from Australian ICT degrees - Why women leave,In: Fourteenth Australasian Computing Education Conference (ACE2012).
    • Kenworthy, W., McGill, T., (2012),Detecting collusion in computer based programming assignments.,In: 3rd Annual International Conference on Computer Science Education: Innovation and Technology (CSEIT 2012).
    • Thompson, N., Koziniec, T., McGill, T., (2012),An open affective platform,In: 3rd IEEE International Conference on Networked Embedded Systems for Every Application (NESEA 2012).
    • Schreuders, Z., Payne, C., McGill, T., (2011),Techniques for automating policy specification for application-oriented access controls,In: 6th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES) (2011).
    • Roberts, M., McGill, T., Hyland, P., (2011),Why Students Leave Their ICT Degrees: A Gender Comparison,In: 22nd Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) (2011).
    • Schreuders, Z., Payne, C., McGill, T., (2011),A policy language for abstraction and automation in application-oriented access controls: The functionality-based application confinement policy language,In: 2011 IEEE International Symposium on Policies for Distributed Systems and Networks (POLICY) (2011).
    • Jonas-Dwyer, D., Sudweeks, F., McGill, T., Nicholls, P., (2011),Learning to Learn with Virtual Microscopes,In: Informing Science and Information Technology Education (InSITE) Conference (2011).
    • McGill, T., Klobas, J., Renzi, S., (2008),The relationship between LMS use and teacher performance: The role of task-technology fit,In: 19th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) (2008).
    • Al Abri, D., McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2008),Examining the impact of e-privacy risk concerns on citizens' intentions to use e-government services: An Oman perspective,In: AIS SIGSEC Workshop on Information Security & Privacy (WISP) (2008).
    • Sudweeks, F., McGill, T., (2007),Enhancing the learning experience? A comparison of optical and virtual microscope laboratories in histology and pathology,In: 8th Computer Based Learning in Science (CBLIS) International Conference (2007).
    • Nicholls, J., Jonas-Dwyer, D., Sudweeks, F., McGill, T., (2007),Introducing digital microscopy into large, diverse cohorts within a university teaching environment,In: Pathology Visions Conference (2007).
    • McGill, T., Hobbs, V., (2006),E-learning and task-technology fit: A student and instructor comparison,In: 17th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) (2006).
    • Jonas-Dwyer, D., Nicholls, J., Sudweeks, F., McGill, T., (2006),Students' reflections on the introduction of virtual microscopy into general pathology training,In: Australian X-ray Analytical Association (AXAA) (WA) and WA Society for Microscopy (WASEM) Joint Conference (2006).
    • McGill, T., Klobas, J., (2004),An Investigation of the Role of Involvement in User Developed Applications Success,In: 15th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) (2004).
    • McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2004),Information Technology Certification: A Student Perspective,In: 15th Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) International Conference (2004).
    • McGill, T., Klisc, C., (2003),End User Development and the World Wide Web,In: 4th Working with e-Business (We-B) International Conference (2003).
    • Bax, S., McGill, T., (2003),Predicting Web Page Development Success: An Exploratory Study,In: 14th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) (2003).
    • McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2002),Getting Information Systems Reserarch Students Started,In: Issues and Trends of Information Technology Management in Contemporary Organisations.
    • McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2002),How do IT users stay up to date with changes in IT?,In: Issues and Trends of Information Technology Management in Contemporary Organisations.
    • McGill, T., (2001),The Application development process: what role does it play in the success of an application for the user developer?,In: 12th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) (2001).
    • McGill, T., Van Der Heyden, J., Hopkins, G., (2001),End user development: satisfaction with tools and satisfaction with applications,In: Managing Information Technology in a Global Economy.
    • McGill, T., Lee, C., Loh, G., Seow, H., Wong, L., (2001),End user development: what influences the relationship between satisfaction with tools and satisfaction with applications?,In: Proceedings of the 4th Western Australian Workshop on Information Systems Research (WAWISR 2001).
    • McGill, T., Dixon, M., (2001),Spreadsheet Knowledge: An Exploratory Study,In: Managing Information Technology in a Global Environment.
    • McGill, T., Hobbs, V., Klobas, J., (2000),Testing the DeLone and McLean Model of IS Success in the User Developed Application Domain (CD-Rom),In: 11th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) (2000).
    • McGill, T., Payne, C., Bennett, D., Carter, K., Chong, A., Hornby, G., Lim, L., (2000),System Quality, User Satisfaction and End User Development,In: 11th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) (2000).
    • McGill, T., (2000),User Developed Applications: Can End Users Assess Quality?,In: Challenges of Information Technology Management in the 21st Century.
    • Dixon, M., McGill, T., Karlsson, J., (2000),Using Lotus Learning Space to enhance Student Learning of Data Communications,In: Challenges of Information Technology Management in the 21st Century.
    • McGill, T., Dixon, M., Khoo, D., (1998),Use of the Internet by Small to Medium Enterprises in Singapore.,In: Proceedings of the WebNet 98 - World Conference of the WWW, Internet and Intranet..
    • McGill, T., Hobbs, V., Chan, R., Khoo, D., (1998),User Satisfaction as a Measure of Success in End User Application Development: An Empirical Investigation.,In: Effective Utilization and Management of Emerging Technologies:.
    • Dixon, M., McGill, T., Karlsson, J., (1997),Using a Network Simulation Package to Teach the Client-Server Model,In: Proceedings of the Integrating Technology into Computer Science Education Conference.