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M.L. Hage, PhD PhD

Assistant professor
M.L. Hage, PhD PhD
+31 50 36 34111 (Secretary's office)


New rules of engagement: How adaptation to online media changes older adults' social connectedness (2020). With: M.A.G. van Offenbeek and A. Boonstra. Forthcoming in: Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.

It Takes at Least Two to Tango: A Population-Level Perspective on Interrelated Patterns of Media Use (2018). With: F. Noseleit. Published in: Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 23(4), Pages 222–242,

Towards Rethinking the Digital Divide – Recognizing Shades of Grey in Older Adults’ Digital Inclusion (2017). With: C.S. LaMeijer and B. Müller. Published in: International Conference of Information Systems, December 9-14, 2017, Seoul, South-Korea

The Dual Impact of Online Communication on Older Adults’ Social Connectivity (2016). With: M.A.G. van Offenbeek, A. Boonstra, and J.C. Wortmann. IT & People, 29(1), pp.31-50,

Towards managed structuration: Exploring bridging mechanisms for is enabled change in multi-site implementation projects (2015). With M.A.G. van Offenbeek and A. Boonstra. Published in: European Conference on Information Systems conference proceedings, May 26-29, 2015, Münster, Germany.

Implementation factors and their effect on e-Health service adoption in rural communities: A systematic literature review (2013). With: J.P. Roo, M.A.G. van Offenbeek and A. Boonstra, in: BMC Health Services Research, 13(19), 1-16.

Research Interests

Through my research, I aim to contribute to the co-creation of a socio-technical context that empowers individuals to enhance their wellbeing.

Topics: Aging, Information system implementation and adoption, Organizational change, Societal challenges, Mixed methods, Participatory research


Since 2018                         

Coordinator of the master elective ‘E-Health’
Lecturer in the bachelor course ‘Management- en Organisatietheorie’

Since 2017

Tutor first year International Business students

Since 2015

Supervisor Master thesis Change Management.
Supervisor pre-master Research papers
Supervisor Bachelor thesis.
Lecture in the Change Management master course ‘Agents and Instruments of change’
Lecturer in the Change Management pre-master course ‘the Research Paper’.
Lecturer in the tutorials of the pre-master course ‘Organizational change’.
Lecturer in the tutorials of the bachelor course ‘Organisatieverandering en Leiderschap’

Last modified:11 February 2020 11.36 a.m.

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Job title:
Assistant professor in Change Management
+31 50 36 34111 (Secretary's office)