Professor of Chemistry Presents two papers at the International Educational Technology Conference - Harvard University, USA
Dr. Abdelkrim Ouardaoui, Associate professor of Chemistry in the School of Science and Engineering (SSE), recently presented two papers at the International Educational Technology Conference held at Harvard University, USA on August 16-18, 2017. The first paper, co-authored by Dr. Samir El Hajjaji, is entitled “Impact of online homework on students’ performance and work habits in Chemical Education”. The second paper, co-authored by Dr. Khalid Sendide, is entitled “Impact of online collaboration modules on integrated learning: case of Chemistry and Biology”. These papers will be made available to the public in the upcoming special issue of the Journal of Educational Technology, a peer-reviewed international journal indexed in SCOPUS (Elsevier) and ERIC.
Dr. Ouardaoui was also able to present his most recent study on olive mill wastewater, entitled “Depollution of olive mill wastewater through electrocoagulation and advanced oxidation” on the same occasion. The paper, co-authored by Dr Samir El Hajjaji and SSE alumna Hoor Jalo, is already available to the public.