Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives: Volume 17 Issue 1 , Open Access


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Media students using mobile phones in the Arabian Gulf to improve English writing and video production skills

Najat AlSaied, Fokiya Akhtar

A variety of alternate technology-enhanced teaching approaches are now available to university students to broaden their learning experiences and complement conventional…


A framework for managing innovation in higher education: lessons learnt from the UAE iPad initiative

Kenesha Wilson, Jobila Sy

Managing educational innovation in higher education institutions is a complex process that requires specific strategies based on research and proven frameworks. The aim of this…


Students’ self-perceptions of creativity: the case of Emirati students in a first-year English program

Tanju Deveci

The purpose of this paper is to identify the opinions of first-year Emirati students in a writing-intensive English program regarding the extent to which they found themselves…

Cultural determinants affecting pedagogical decisions in content design: a case study

Michael Pazinas

Commercially produced educational materials often reflect the pedagogical beliefs and culture(s) of the content developers. While many teachers involved in teaching English as a…

Students’ perceptions of service quality in Saudi universities: the SERVPERF model

M. Sadiq Sohail, Mehedi Hasan

The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of service quality on student’s satisfaction.

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