Research Titles – Education / Education Technologies

Master’s Degree

Faculty Title / Summary Supervisor
Faculty of Creative Multimedia (FCM), Cyberjaya Campus Microlearning and Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction in Multimedia Environment to Enhance Student Understanding

Lessons are often being taught in a long length of information, which leads to the concern of holding and capturing considerable attention from the students’ and having them to engage throughout the lesson. This project looks into the development of microlearning application in a multimedia
environment built within microlearning dimensions and outlined by Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction to enhance learning understanding amongst undergraduate students. Student feedback was gathered and indicated a positive response towards the microlearning approach found within the multimedia-rich platform. Students’ motivation, understanding were enhanced in the learning environment, which supports the use of microlearning application through web and mobile devices access in a technology integrated classroom in higher education institutions.

Ms. Nordiana Ludin



Faculty Title / Summary Supervisor
Faculty of Creative Multimedia (FCM), Cyberjaya Campus Cognitive Training through Digital Game or Serious Game

This study is a collaboration with GHC – Global Health Connect to test on a serious game for cognitive training. The purpose is to evaluate on its effectiveness for cognitive training for users who need such training to improve their life quality.

Note: A collaborative research project with Global Health Connect

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Koo Ah Choo
Faculty of Engineering and Technology (FET), Melaka Campus Left and Right Brain Balancing for Childhood Education

The left and right brain dominance theory has been established for decades. Currently, the only way to determine a person whether is left or right brain dominance is by making a questionnaire assessment. There is no scientific data that can directly reflect brain activity to prove the left and right brain theory as well as the effectiveness of the left and right brain development training. Hence, in this research, it is aimed to determine whether the electroencephalography (EEG) signal can be any correlation with the brain dominance level.

Note: The research is open for full-time and part-time candidates. For more information, please refer to Prof. Ir. Dr. Sim Kok Swee’s Google scholar page.

Prof. Ir. Dr. Sim Kok Swee

Faculty of Business (FOB), Melaka Campus Effects of Emotional Expressions in Multimedia Learning

How do different emotional expressions displayed by instructors or artificial agents affect socio-emotive, motivational, and cognitive aspects of learning in multimedia environments? This study aims to explore this through the lens of multimedia learning theory, cognitive load theory, and social psychology framework. This project focuses on experimental design method.

Dr. Liew Tze Wei