Wen-Shan Lin
  • Associate Professor
  • Wen-Shan Lin
  • Dr.Wen-Shan Lin is an associate professor at the Institute of International Management, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan R.O.C. She obtained her Ph.D. from the Computation Department at UMIST (UMIST was merged as The University of Manchester). Her major is in business administration and management information systems. Research interests include topics of electronic commerce, management of information technology and information science. She has published several journal articles and actively joins international research activities. These journals include Telematics & Informatics, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, Computers & Education, Computers in Human Behavior, Library Hi Tech, Journal of Educational Computing Research, and many others. She is a member of the Association for Information Systems.

  • Education

    The University ofManchester, Ph.D. in Informatics Department

  • Honor

    Visiting Scholar, Academic Sinica, Taipei Taiwan R.O.C. 2019
    University Best Tutor , National Chiayi University 2017.

  • Research

    Electronic Commerce, Management of Information Technology and Information Science

  • Contact

    06-2757575 -53568

National Cheng Kung University
• Associate Professor, Institute of InternationalManagement
• Assistant Professor, Institute of InternationalManagement
National Chiayi University
• Assistant Professor, Institute of InternationalManagement,
March 2018 - July 2019
Chiayi City Government, Taiwan R.O.C.
• Director, Division of Intelligence Technologies, January 2018 - March 2018
• Director, Division of Planning, March 2017 - December 2017
National Chiayi University
• Assistant Professor, Institute of International Management,
August 2019- February 2021

  1. Hsiao-Han Lu, Wen-Shan Lin*, Christopher Raphael and Miin-Jye Wen (2022). A study investigating user adoptive behavior and the continuance intention to use mobile health applications during the COVID-19 pandemic era: Evidence from the telemedicine applications utilized in Indonesia. Asia Pacific Management Review. (In Press).
  2. Lin, W.S., Chen H.R. and Huang Y.M. (2021). Antecedences of the Success of Crowdsourcing Projects in Developing Crowd-capital: Role of Project Learning and Social Support. Interactive Learning Environments. (In Press). 【SSCI
  3. Lee, M.J.; Wu, W.C.; Chang, H.C.; Chen, H.J.; Lin, W.S.; Feng, Joyce Y.; Lee, Tony S.H.*(2020),"Effectiveness of a school-based life skills program on emotional regulation and depression among elementary school students: A randomized study",Children and Youth Services Review,118, pp.105464【SSCI
  4. Lin, W.S., Chen H.R. and Yang, M.L. (2020). How do we learn to get success together through crowdfunding platform? From the perspectives of system learning and multi-motivations. Telematics and Informatics. 52, pp.101428 【SSCI
  5. Lin, W.S., Chen, H.R., Lee, Tony S.H. and Feng, Joyce Y.(2019), Role of Social Anxiety on High Engagement and Addictive Behavior in the Context of Social Networking Sites, 53(2), pp. 156-170, Data Technologies and Application.【SSCI
  6. Chang, J.J., Lin, W.S. and Chen, H.R. (2018). How Attentive Level and Cognitive Style A"ect Learning in a MOOC Environment? Based on the Perspective of Brainwave Analysis, 100, pp. pp. 209-217, Computers in Human Behavior. 【SSCI (科技部推薦資訊管理領域優良期刊)
  7. Lin, W.S., Wang, Y.J. and Chen, H.R. (2018). A Study of Crowd-collaborative Learning: An Empirical Study. 36(4), pp. 622-635, Library Hi Tech.SSCI
  8. Chen, H.R., Chiang, C.H. and Lin, W.S. (2013). Learning E"ects of Interactive Whiteboard Pedagogy for Students in Taiwan from the Perspective of Multiple Intelligence, Journal of Educational Computing Research, 49 (2), pp. 175-189. 【SSCI
  9. Lin, W.S. (2012). Perceived Fit and Satisfaction on Web Learning Performance: IS Continuance Intention and Task-technology Fit Perspectives, International Journal of Human- Computer Studies70 (7), pp. 498-507. 【SSCI(科技部推薦資訊管理領域優良期刊)
  10. 10. Lin, W.S. and Wang, C.H. (2012). Antecedences to Continued Intentions of Adopting E-learning System in Blended Learning Instruction: A  Contingency Framework Based on Models of Information System Success and Task-technology Fit, Computers & Education, Vol. 58, No. 1, pp. 88-99. 【SSCI】 (科技部推薦科技教育領域優良期刊)。

Projects supported by theMinistry of Science and Technology (MOST), Taiwan R.O.C.
1. Lin, W.-S. (Principal), "Smart or Not Smart, To be or Not bo Be: An Integrated and Multiscenarios Empirical Study on Information System Training & Education," Sponsored by MOST, Taiwan R.O.C., National Cheng Kung University, (August 1, 2019 - December 31, 2020).
Sponsored Research
2. Lin, W.-S., "New Working Place But Home: Emotional Training and Leadership Effectiveness during the Epidemic Time," Sponsored by Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan R.O.C., National Cheng Kung University (July 1, 2020 - August 31, 2020).