Assistant Professor of Digital Media
Bahaa Gameel, Ph.D.
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w Virtual Reality Storytelling w Digital Media Technologies w Data Visualization (Tableau)
w Quantitative Research (SPSS, Qualtrics, surveys, analysis) w Qualitative Research (NVivo, Wordstat …etc.) w Online Learning w Learning and Development w Project Management w Academic Writing
2016- University of South Florida St. Petersburg St. Petersburg, FL
present Assistant Professor of Digital Media
– Identify and assess current and future learners’ training needs.
– Developed and taught a range of emerging technologies courses, such as digital media technologies, data visualization (Tableau), telling stories with data, and virtual reality storytelling.
– Design and deliver content using internal and external resources.
– Identify, implement, and manage learning management systems.
– Leveraging prior IT knowledge and experience in developing new course content.
– Present opportunities, and support decision-making and prioritization.
– Develop new ideas and propose innovative solutions to problems.
– Establish and drive the department-specific learning and development objectives.
– Analyze research, data, and trends from internal sources, academic research, and industry-published reports.
– Assess analytics tools and quantitative techniques to measure success.
– Analyzing large and complex data sets to propose innovative solutions to problems and develop new ideas.
2011- University of Texas at Austin Austin, TX
2016 Instructor of Record and Teaching Assistant
2007- American University in Cairo Cairo, Egypt
2011 Telecommunications and Applications Officer
2003- Self-Employed Cairo, Egypt
2011 Information Technology (IT) Team Leader
Founded and managed a team that executed IT projects, such as interactive e-Learning applications for the Center for Arabic Study Abroad at the University of Texas at Austin, website development; interactive multimedia marketing tools; automated orientation systems; and panoramic virtual tours.
2001- American University in Cairo Cairo, Egypt
2002 Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW) Instructor
1999- American University in Cairo Cairo, Egypt
2007 Telecommunications and Applications Development Specialist
1998- Horizon Development Cairo, Egypt
1999 Multimedia Programmer and Designer
1996- Chemicals for Modern Buildings Cairo, Egypt
1998 System Administrator
2011-08 – Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Austin, TX
2016-05 Moody College of Communication
University of Texas at Austin
Dissertation Title: ICT Readiness Among MOOC Learners: A Cross-National Analysis
2007-09 – Master of Arts Cairo, Egypt
2010-05 Journalism and Mass Communication
American University in Cairo
1991-09 – Bachelor of Arts Cairo, Egypt
1995-06 Business Administration
Higher Institute of Cooperative and Managerial Studies
2003 Professional Certificate in Information Technology Management
American University in Cairo
2003 Certificate of Internet Webmaster/Instructor
Certified Internet Webmaster organization (CIW)
2001 Advanced Professional Certificate in Computer Systems and Applications
American University in Cairo
2008 Voice over Internet Protocol Bootcamp. London, England.
2007 Voice over Internet Protocol Telephony Manager. Munich, Germany.
2004 Red Hat Linux System Administration, Networking and Security.
2002 Implementing and Administrating MS Windows Directory Services.
2002 Implementing MS Windows Professional and Server.
2001 Microsoft SQL Server Querying, Programming, and Implementing.
Selected Published Academic Work
· Gameel, B. G. & Wilkins, K.G. (2019). When it Comes to MOOCs, Where You Are From Makes a Difference. Computers and Education, 136(49-60).
· Gameel, B. G. (2017). Improving the MOOC Experience: Learner Satisfaction with Massive Open Online Courses. American Journal of Distance Education, 31(2).
· Ghobrial, B. G. (2013). What I learned from and about MOOCs. In G. Veletsianos, (Ed). Learner experiences with MOOCs and open online learning. Hybrid Pedagogy. Available at http://hybrid-pedagogy.github.io/LearnerExperiencesInMOOCs.
Research Presentations and Invited Talks
2019 Gameel, B. G. & Wilkins, K.G. When it Comes to MOOCs, Where You Are From Makes a Difference. Manuscript accepted for presentation at the International Communication Association conference, Washington, D.C.
2018 Keynote: Data Visualization. Presented to the Florida Association for Institutional Research (FAIR).
2015 Gameel, B. G. Evaluation of Learners’ Readiness for MOOCs: A Cross-Countries Study. Panel presentation the National Communication Association conference, Las Vegas, Nevada. Top Panel in Instructional Development Division.
2015 Gameel, B. G. Great Class! Learner Satisfaction with Massive Open Online Courses. Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2015 Gameel, B. G. The Effect of MOOC Learners’ Demographics on their Perceptions of Online Interaction and Learning. Paper presented at the International Communication Association conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
2014 Making MOOC Magic: What Students Have to Say. SXSWedu, Austin, TX.
2014 Frei S.S., Waters E. D. & Ghobrial B. G. (2014). The Influence of Communication Technologies on Motivation for Training. Paper presented at the National Communication Association conference, Chicago, Illinois.
Undergraduate and Graduate Level Courses Taught
Web Publishing Data Visualization
Digital Media Technology Telling Stories with Data
Virtual Reality and Alternative Storytelling International Communication Seminar
Video Storytelling Research Methods in Mass Communication
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