Research

My PhD research is on providing optimal learner experience (LX) and flexible e-learning design using an adaptive model for learning computer programming. You can download a copy of my thesis titled “Design of a Learner-Directed E-Learning Model”.

My research was affiliated with the iCore Research Group within the School of Computing and Information Systems,  Athabasca University in Canada and School of Computer Science at University of Hertfordshire in the UK. My research interests include learner experience (LX), learning analytics, adaptive learning, learning design theories, interaction design, and new e-learning models. I have worked and live in five different countries and continue to travel to present my research and collaborate with others from around the world.

You can read about my research at Academia.edu

You can download my presentations at Slideshare