a. johari, professor / past ETR&D International Review editor



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how wolves Change Rivers
Strong Friendship

contact info:
room: HH 212E
telephone:(580) 581-2540

send email: abbasj@cameron.edu

Curriculum Vita

 

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A. Johari is a professor of Computing Technology at Cameron University (CU), where he teaches courses in Information Technology (IT) and Computer Science (CS). He holds a Masterís Degree and Ph.D. from Arizona State University. He is a former performance improvement consultant in industry, the editor of the International Review of Educational Technology Research and Development (ETR&D), and a bilingual and multicultural individual. He brings knowledge of instructional media, human learning, visuals for instruction, advanced technology, and meaningful international perspectives to the design of instructions including online e-learning educational environments.

His research explores the effects of visuals on online instructional procedures, qualitative process evaluation of project-based internship programs, and IDT international issues. He has published in the Journal of Instructional Psychology, Journal of Educational Computing Research, Performance Improvement, and ETR&D. His recent publications demonstrate the effects of contemporary motivational theories on project-based teaching approaches. At Cameron he conduct undergraduate research via Louis Stokes (NSF) program.

In terms of national service, he is the past editor of the Cultural and Perspective Department of ETR&D. Now, he is a member of both the Research and Development Boards of Consulting Editors for ETR&D. He has received many awards including a USAID grant to provide online instruction to a developing country. He served on the International Division of AECT for many years as a board member. He is currently a Board member of AECT and the Chairperson for the Ethics Committee of AECT.