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Aaron Tay Chee Hsien, National University of Singapore (NUS) Libraries
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Ravi S Sharma
Ravi S Sharma Nanyang Technological University

Ravi S Sharma has been an associate professor at the WKWSCI, NTU since January 2004. He is also the principal investigator of the NRF-funded Special Interest Group on Interactive Digital Enterprise (SIGIDE). Ravi had spent the previous 10 years in industry as Asean Communications Industry Principal at IBM Global Services and Director of the Multimedia Competency Centre of Deutsche Telekom Asia. Ravi’s teaching, consulting and research interests are in knowledge and digital economic strategies. He has authored over 100 technical papers and his work has appeared in leading journals, conferences, trade publications and the broadcast media. . He has also co-authored a graduate level text on KM Tools and Techniques. Ravi received his PhD in engineering from the University of Waterloo.

Preetam Rai
Preetam Rai Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Preetam organises peer-learning events across SE Asia, often in collaboration with public libraries. Preetam is an Apple Distinguished Educator. He designs and facilitates technology programs for educators and non-profits. Preetam was a regional editor at Global Voices, a citizen media aggregation project initiated by the Berkman Centre for Internet and Society. He helps organisations make sense of technology trends and is a regular presenter at Asian technology events. Preetam co-developed, a web service that allowed readers to discuss a loaned out library book with past borrowers. 

Raymond Lau
Raymond Lau National University of Singapore

Raymond is currently pursuing a degree in Communications & New Media at the National University of Singapore. An avid social media user, he is interested in all things new media (as you can probably guess), and is just beginning to kick off an e-learning start-up.

Isaac Teo
Isaac Teo National Library Board

Isaac TEO is Senior Manager, National Library Arts and Singapore Memory Project at the National Library Board, Singapore. His current portfolio encompasses the digital engagement facet of the Singapore Memory Project. It includes the development of the official Singapore Memory Project website, social media efforts to engage in and generate conversation with the online community towards the aim of building a tapestry of perspectives and personal narratives that will tell the collective Singapore Story. He holds an MBA from the Singapore Management University (SMU) and a BBA from the National University of Singapore (NUS).

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