CURRICULUM VITAE

  • Eastern Mediterranean University Computer Studies & IT (Undergrad, 2003)
  • University of Essex Computer Science in e-commerce Technology (Master, 2005)
  • University of Greenwich Computer Science in e-learning (Phd, 2013)
  • Ismail, M., Ibrahim, M. M., Sanusi, Z. M., & Nat, M. (2015). Data Mining in Electronic Commerce: Benefits and Challenges. International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, 8(12), 501.
  • Cemal Nat, M., Walker, S., Dastbaz, M., & Bacon, L. (2011). Learning Design approaches for personalised and non-personalised e-learning systems. In J. Dalziel, C. Alexander, J. Krajka & R. Kiely (Eds.), Special Edition on LAMS and Learning Design. Teaching English with Technology, 11(1), 176-187.
  • Kanol, D. & Nat, M. (2017). Interest groups and social media: An examination of cause and sectional groups' social media strategies in the EU, Journal of Public Affairs.
  • Safana, A.I. & Nat, M. (2017). Systematic Review On Massive Open Online Courses Based On Primary/Meta-Analysis. International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research, 6(1), 212-219.
  • Nat, M. & Idowu, A. (2015) Visualise and Evaluate Interactions of Students in Online Discussion Forums. European Distance and E-Learning Network 2015 Open Classroom Conference, 313-317
  • Nat, M.. (2015) 'A flipped Classroom model for developing universities in developing countries'. ACCE Global Learn 2015.
  • Cemal Nat M., Walker S., Dastbaz M., Bacon L., & Flynn R. (2011). 'Impact of metacognitive awareness on learning in a technology enhanced learning environment'. "e" Teaching and Learning 2011, University of Greenwich, London.
  • Cemal Nat, M; Walker, S; Bacon, L; Dastbaz, M. (2010). 'Designing personalisation in LAMS'. Proceedings of the 2010 European LAMS & Learning Design Conference http://lams2010.lamsfoundation.org/papers.htm
  • Cemal Nat, M. (2009). 'Investigation on student modeling in adaptive e-learning systems'. In World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education (Vol. 2009, No. 1, pp. 2420-2427)
  • Cemal Nat, M, Bacon, E and Dastbaz, M. (2009), 'The use of Ontologies in Personalised e-learning to enable Automated Identification and Dynamic Updating of Learner Models", Poster submission, e-Learning HEA Workshop at The University of Greenwich June 2009
  • Cemal Nat M., Dastbaz M., & Bacon L. (2008). 'Research and Design Challenges for Developing Personalised eLearning Systems'. E-Learn 2008 -World Conference on E-Learning, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, November 17-21, 2008.
  • Bavik A., & Nat M. (2006), 'The Impact of the Information Technology on North Cyprus Travel Agents". On Information Technology and Management 2007-1st International Information Technology and Management Conference, Jan 03-05, Hong Kong: Hong Kong. Polytechnic University, Proceeding Book, pp. 42-47.
  • Nkomo, L.M. & Nat, M. (2016). Discovering students use of learning resources with educational data mining, IEEE HONET-ICT, 2016, 98-102
  • Gürkut, C. & Nat, M. (2016). Student Information System satisfaction in Higher Education Institutions, IEEE HONET-ICT, 2016, 113-117
  • Tüccaroğlu, B. & M Nat, M. (2016). The readiness of banks for the application of Business Intelligence solutions, IEEE HONET-ICT, 2016, 127-132
  • Nat, M.C. (2010). 'Where Are They and Are You There Yet?'. In E. Adomi (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Information Communication Technology Policy: Trends, Issues and Advancements (pp. 779-792). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. doi:10.4018/978-1-61520-847-0.ch050
  • Culfa, H. & Nat, M. (2015) Gelişmekte olan Ada Ülkelerindeki Otellerde Kurumsal Kaynak Planlama Sistemlerinin Kullanımı 2. ULUSAL YÖNETİM BİLİŞİM SİSTEMLERİ KONGRESİ 2 (1).
  • ALYAA ASAAD AL-TUHMSEI (2016), NEW TECHNOLGIES FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING: CHALLENGES AND PROPOSE MODEL FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF E-LEARNING IN ERBIL
  • CHARLRS C. AMUZIE (2016), THE ROLE OF ELECTRONIC VOTING SYSTEM IN ENSURING CREDIBLE ELLECTORAL PROCES (NIGERIA AS A CASE STUDY)
  • IHEANACHO EKENE ALLISON (2016), SUPPORTING PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT WITH CUSTOMER FEEDBACK MANAGEMENT
  • GYEMANG MAFENG DAUDA (2016), SOCIAL MEDIA ENTREPRENEUR SHIP AS A TOOL FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CA CASE STUDY OF SELECTED BLOGGERS AND WEBMASTRO IN NIGERIA
  • SHURISH DAVLATOV (2015), THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN EDUCATION: THE CASE STUDY OF CYPRUS INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
  • REBAZ PALANI (2015), SOCIAL MEDIA AND BUSINES USING SOCIAL MEDIA FOR EFFICENT MARKETING
  • Adeleye Idowu Olusanya (2015), Use and Impact of Discussion Forms on Student Learning Experiences
  • Oluwaniyi Emmanuel Oluwaseyi (2015), Technology and Banking operations in Nigeria
  • Student & Staff Engagement (SEngagement) Project Student engagement in learning and teaching underpins deep, transformational learning and enables the attainment of skills, thus enhancing the employability of our students. Active engagement of students will help us to get feedback from our students, helping us to develop and improve our academic activities. In this project we aim to support and improve student engagement with digital technologies. It has been proven that such technologies have big influence on student engagement and motivation since they facilitate access to learning resources as well as communication and collaboration. 1/10/2019-1/2/2021
  • Digital learning, e-learning, LMS, information systems, management information systems
  • Head of Department, Management Information Systems
  • Vice Director, School of Applied Sciences
  • E-learning Coordinator
  • Vice Director, Vocational School