I am an associate professor of
instructional technology at South Valley University, Egypt, and currently work at the College of Education, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of
Oman. I worked as an educational technology consultant in the
Partners for Competitive Egypt (PfC) project, funded by the USAID between
2003 and 2005. In 2002, I received my Ph.D. in educational technology from
the University of Hull, UK. I teach many
courses in instructional computer, distance education, multimedia and
photography for undergraduate and postgraduate students. My current research
interests include the effective integration of ICT into the curriculum in
developing regions, and improving students' visual and IT literacy. Within
the last few years I have published many papers in international refereed
journals. I have conducted many workshops and in process of conducting a
research on the use and evaluation of IT at school and university level. I
have this website, blog, social media networks, and repository to advertise
my academic work and innovations.
My PresentationTube project page has been
updated. The site provides a video presentation recorder and video sharing
and streaming network to help teachers, students and business professionals
record, publish and share their presentations in interactive video format.
Arab e-Content Award
RealShow has received the
Arab eContent Award 2011,
Kingdom of Bahrain.
Photo: With Prof. Peter Bruck, Chairman of the Board of Directors, WSA,
Bahrain, May 17th, 2011.
RealA2V 1.0 has been released
Have you been thinking about sharing your interview, lecture, classroom, or radio audio records, or even MP3
files on YouTube or Facebook?
"I was so surprised
to find your interesting and well designed presentations for your courses
especially those on visual literacy and design. Nice work! ".
"I found your
RealGrade 5.0 very useful for storing student's grade information on my
University. It runs very well and has a lot of useful features".
RealShow looks very interesting! I will share with my colleagues here at
DePaul. Thank you for creating this and making it available free of charge".