Dr. Mohamed Amin is a Professor of Technology-enhanced Learning at the Faculty of Education, UKM. He is the recepient of the ISESCO Science Laureatte 2010 & National Academic Award 2006

(See my biography page for more information).


Latest publications:
The In-service Primary School Administrators’ Perception of the Implementation of Elearning in the Undergraduate Programmes

This paper briefly reports the studies on the in-service school administrators’ perception of the implementation of eLearning in the fFaculty. The study reported that the students generally viewed eLearning positively

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The Application of Islamic Web Sites: Process of Teaching and Learning of Islamic Education

The study focused on the students' evaluation on the application of Islamic web sites in the process of teaching and learning of Islamic Education.

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Science Teachers’ Perceptions on the Use of Computer-Based Materials

This study examined the perceptions of science teachers in Malaysia concerning the use of computer-based materials.

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The Emergence of New Technology in Malaysian Smart Schools: Views of Islamic Education Teachers and Students

This study is trying to understand the views of Islamic Education teachers and students regarding the emergence of new technology in their schools

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Malaysian Smart School: How to Prepare Arabic Language Teachers

This paper discusses how to prepare Arabic Language Teachers for the Malaysian Smart School project.

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Engineering Technology Students’ Mathematics Beliefs and Attitude towards Mathematics

This study was conducted to determine the engineering technology students’ mathematics beliefs and attitudes towards mathematics.

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The Role of Students in the Development of a Collaborative Learning Community through Networked Learning: A Malaysian Perspective

This paper aims to identify the different roles that students play in the development of a collaborative, networked learning (n-learning) community through an asynchronous environment.

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The Use of Learning Management Systems Among Malaysian University Lecturers

Findings of a national level survey on the use of learning management systems among lecturers at Malaysian institutions of higher learning.

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Development and Evaluation of Webquest for the Science Subject

This paper discusses on the development process of a web-based learning and teaching strategy, WebQuest, for the Form One Science subject.

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The Use of Computers in Teaching Beginning Reading Classes

Our research uses a quasi-experimental method to measure the success of CDs when learning to read.

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