Informing Science + Information Technology Education (InSITE 2018), An Analytical Investigation of the Characteristics of the Dropout Students in Higher Education, La Verne, California
Informing Science + Information Technology Education (InSITE 2016), Student Preferences and Performance in Online and Face-to-Face Classes Using Myers-Briggs Indicator: A Longitudinal Quasi-Experimental Study_, Vilnius, Lithuania
Informing Science + Information Technology Education (InSITE 2010), A Longitudinal Comparative Study of Student Perceptions in Online Education, Cassino, Italy
Interdisciplinary Journal of e-Skills and Lifelong Learning Volume 6, 2010 pp. 023-044 https://doi.org/10.28945/1128
Dr. Eugenia M. W. Ng., 2009, “Comparative Blended Learning Practices and Environments”, IGI Global Publication, Chapter 5.
Informing Science + Information Technology Education (InSITE) Volume 5, “The Effect of Student Background in E-Learning – Longitudinal Study”, Varna, Bulgaria
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TECHNOLOGY. KNOWLEDGE. SOCIETY The Technology Conference (CFPEIAE07), “An Instrument to Measure the Adoption and Utilization of ICT in SME in Developing Nations”, Cambridge, England
European and Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS), “The Utilization of ICT in Small and Medium Size Enterprises in Developing Countries Starting in Egypt A Research In Progress Paper”, Egypt
Academy of Business Administration (ABA) “Integrating Principles of Good Practices in Internet-Based Distance Education to Measure the Effectiveness of Distance Education”, London.