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Best Paper Awards 2016

Best Research Paper


Dr. Jamey Heit
Walden University, USA

Best Student Paper

Ms. Siew Lee Chang
Universiti Malaysia Sabah

Ms. Sandy Buczynski
University of San Diego, USA

Best Paper Awards 2015

Best Research Paper


Dr. Olaf Hallan Graven
Buskerud and Vestfold University College
Norway

Dr. Tim Stott
Liverpool John Moores University
UK

Best Student Paper

Ms. Le Ann-Marie von Otter
University of Gothenburg
Sweden

Mrs. Shaidatul Akma Adi Kasuma
University of Warwick
UK


 

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2016 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Dr. Jamey Heit  Walden University, USA
Best Student Paper
Ms. Siew Lee Chang Universiti Malaysia Sabah
Ms. Sandy Buczynski University of San Diego, USA

2015 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Dr. Olaf Hallan Graven Buskerud and Vestfold University College, Norway
Dr. Tim Stott Liverpool John Moores University, UK
Best Student Paper
Ms. Le Ann-Marie von Otter University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Mrs. Shaidatul Akma Adi Kasuma University of Warwick, UK

2013 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Ms. Laphatrada O' Donnell Burapha University, Thailand The correlation between online exercise scores and formative reading achievement
Best Student Paper
Ms Kipli Joan Minol Kumamoto University, Japan Assessing Students’ E-Learning Readiness at the University of Papua New Guinea Open College

2012 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Dr. Jane Coughlan Brunel University,UK The effects of social networking on social capital and employability for Computing and Business students
Dr. Vimala Balakrishnan University of Malaya, Malaysia Social Networks and E-Learning: Key Determinants Identification
Best Student Paper
Ms. Aneta Hayes and Ms. Amal Al-Gallaf Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland - Medical University of Bahrain Developing, Integrating and Delivering E-learning Solutions in the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum

2011 Best Papers

Best Student Paper
Ms. Janani Thevananth  University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka Using a blended learning approach to support problem-based-learning for teaching computing and programming with second year students - A case study based on C-programming

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