So, got a couple of news so far: Our EDEN 2018 paper has been accepted. the paper title is: “Stuck in the middle? Making sense of the impact of micro, meso and macro institutional, structural and organisational factors on implementing learning analytics”. iI am a co-author with great colleagues, Paul Prinsloo & Sharon Slade. I am in … More EDEN2018 paper is accepted, EDUCON 2018 preparation, and more…
You can find it here: https://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/1802/1802.09344.pdf or here: https://www.academia.edu/35998567/Learning_Analytics_in_Massive_Open_Online_Courses Slides of my defense are here: Learning Analytics in Massive Open Online Courses – PhD Defense from Mohammad Khalil
Happy to see that my Google Scholar h-index has become 8! Google Scholar
For people who ask what was your adventure during your holiday? I would say, it was horrible. I was completely out of luck when my wallet was stolen by a young girl in one of Istanbul trams. The story began when I was helping my child’s stroller to get into the tram and one young … More Pickpocketed in Istanbul and stuck for 20 days
It is great that our paper: Gamification in MOOCs: A Review of the State of the Art has been accepted for IEEE EDUCON conference. Authors: Mohammad Khalil, Jacqueline Wong, Bjorn de Koning, Martin Ebner, & Fred Paas Abstract— A Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) is a type of online learning environment that has the potential to … More Our paper to IEEE EduCon has been accepted!
Innovation Room on Learning and Academic Analytics- Delft- Netherlands. Date: 13.10.2017
I am just back from the European conference on game-based learning which was located in Graz, Austria from 5th to 6th of October 2017. Graz is a lovely city in Austria and it is where I studied my Ph.D. for 3 years. The weather was superb, warm with sunshine. I had a great dinner with my colleagues. … More In brief, European Conference on Game Based Learning 2017 (ECGBL2017)
Our paper: How Inverse Blended Learning can Turn Up Learning with MOOCs? was accepted for the MOOC-Maker conference in Guatemala. Authors are Martin Ebner, Mohammad Khalil, Christian Gütl, Birgit Aschemann, Wilfried Frei, and David Röthler.
Edraak first regional conference took place in Amman, Jordan (my home country). The conference and let’s say as a first conference in the region of the Middle East and North Africa (as claimed) of MOOCs, was fine. There were two main keynote speakers: Dr. Omar Razzaz and Robert Lue. The venue was at Hyatt Amman … More Edraak First Conference Review