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



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room: CETES113
telephone:(580) 581-2540

send email: abbasj@cameron.edu

Curriculum Vita

 


selected publications
Johari, A. Bradshaw, A. C. (2008). Project-Based Learning in an Internship Program: A Qualitative Study of Related Roles and their Motivational Attributes. Educational Technology Research and Development, 56(3), 309-328.

Johari, A. (2003). Effects of inductive multimedia programs in mediating word problem translation. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 30(1), 47-68.

Bradshaw, A. C. & Johari, A. (2003). Effects of an online visual procedure on task completion, time, and attitude. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 29(4), 401-417.

Johari, A. & Bradshaw, A.C. (2002). Dual academic careers: Issues and personal perspectives. Educational Technology Research and Development (ETRD), 50 (3).

Bradshaw, A. C. & Johari, A. (2002). Effects of white space in learning via the web. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 26(2), 191-201.

Johari, A. (2001). Internet Use in Iran: Access, social, and educational issues. Educational Technology Research and Development, 49(5).

Johari, A. (2000). Ethical concerns of educational technologists in Iran. Educational Technology Research and Development, 48(4), 107-109.

publications edited by a. johari
Vanderlinde, R., Braak, J. V., & Hermans, R. (2009). Educational technology on a turning point: curriculum implementation in Flanders and Challenges for schools, Educational Technology Research and Development, 57(4), 573-584.

Kim, P. K. (2009). Action research approach on mobile learning design for the underserved, Educational Technology Research and Development, 57(3), 415-433.

Nakayama, M. & Ueno, M. (2009). Current educational technology research trends in Japan, Educational Technology Research and Development, 57(2), 271-285.

Rughooputh, S. D. D. V. & Santally, M. I. (2009). Integrating text-to-speech software into pedagogically sound teaching and learning scenarios, Educational Technology Research and Development, 57(1), 131-135.

Sadik, A. (2008). Digital storytelling: a meaningful technology-integrated approach for engaged student learning , 56(4), 487-506.

Ku, H-Y. Lahman, M. K. E. , Yeh, H-T., & Cheng, Y-H. (2008). Into the academy: preparing and mentoring international doctoral students, Educational Technology Research and Development, 56(3), 365-377.

Saleh, H. K. (2008). Computer self-efficacy of university faculty in Lebanon, Educational Technology Research and Development, 56(2), 229-240.

Laverde, A. C., Cifuentes, Y. S., & Yasbley Segovia Rodríguez, H. Y. R. (2007). Toward an instructional design model based on learning objects, Educational Technology Research and Development, 55(6), 683-681.

Kramer, B. S., Walke, A. E. & Brill, J. M. (2007). The underutilization of information and communication technology-assisted collaborative project-based learning among international educators: a Delphi study, Educational Technology Research and Development, 55(5), 527-543.

Al-Musawi, A. S. (2007). Current status of educational technologies at Omani higher education institutions and their future perspectives, Educational Technology Research and Development, 55(4), 395-410.

Zhang, J. (2007). A cultural look at information and communication technologies in Eastern education, 55(3), 301-114.

Rogers, P. C. (2007). Cultural competence and instructional design: Exploration research into the delivery of online instruction cross-culturally, Educational Technology Research and Development, 55(2), 197-217.

Lim, C. P. (2007). Effective integration of ICT in Singapore schools: Pedagogical and policy implications, Educational Technology Research and Development, 55(1), 83-116.

Cobb, T. (2006). Internet and literacy in the developing world: Delivering the teacher with the text, 54(6), Educational Technology Research and Development, 627-645.

Lee, H. (2006). Creating a knowledge-based society through e-learning in Korea, Educational Technology Research and Development, 54(5), 529-540.

Naik, D. C. & Teelock, V. (2006). Enhancing the teaching and learning of history and geography: A Mauritian experience, Educational Technology Research and Development, 54(4), 422-434.

Eastmond, N. (2006). Faculty member reflections: Professional involvement in Mauritius, Educational Technology Research and Development, 54(4), 434-437.

Senteni, A. (2006). Applied research in Mauritius, Educational Technology Research and Development, 54(4), 437-439.

Uchida, H. (2006). Information technology-driven education in Japan: Problems and solutions, 54(3), 91-100.

Nakayama, M. & Santiago, R. (2006). Two Categories of E-Learning in Japan, Educational Technology Research and Development, 54(3), 100-111.

Uzunboylu, H. (2006). A review of two mainline e-learning projects in the European Union, Educational Technology Research and Development, 54(2), 201-209.

Lee, I. (2006). Korea's Content management in e-higher education:Here and hereafter, Educational Technology Research and Development, 54(2), 209-219.

2003-2005
Total of approximately 20 other articles that deal with international issues that address meaningful international perspectives of Educational Communications and Technology and that are philosophical, theoretical, empirical, or practical.