I am very pleased and happy to share that the article my colleagues and I wrote, is out at the Elsevier’s Computers and Education: Artificial Intelligence, Volume 4, 2023. The article “Does intrinsic motivation mediate perceived artificial intelligence (AI) learning and computational thinking of students during the COVID-19 pandemic?”, has the open access version and is now available online.
This week it was my great pleasure to join an inspiring technical working group of experts and to participate and present at the 11th TWG meeting on Digital Transformation in Learning and Education organized by the ITU and UNICEF. The presentation was on the progress that my colleagues and yours truly made in the past several months on child online protection guidelines and localization processes.
My first book of short stories has arrived! Thanks to everyone who supported me and participated in creating this book, family, and friends! The book had its premiere at the International Book Fair, on the 27th of October 2022. It was an honour and a privilege to read one of my short stories.
First, I am happy to share that several months ago, I’ve started a new role as an expert on Child Online Protection (COP) project for the United Nations agency responsible for information and communication technologies – the ITU (International Telecommunication Union). I am serving as a national coordinator who works on developing …
Earlier this month, I was invited by Ehtesham Shahid, a journalist at the Khaleej Times. He asked me about digital fatigue, and I talked about how this prolonged situation of uncertainty and our blurred boundaries online and offline influence our emotional, cognitive, and physical selves, and could reading books save us?
This essay I wrote was originally published for the International Day for Universal Access to Information. It highlights the importance of access to information to protect and promote fundamental freedoms.