Research presentation

Davoud Masoumi

Research presentation

Davoud Masoumi

Senior lecturer

Research subject: Didaktik

Masoumi’s research interest is mostly centered on the ways information and communication technologies (ICT) changes the conditions for knowing and learning in contemporary society, how ICT transforms educational practices and teaching and learning within these practices, how learning tools, environments and infrastructures can be designed, implemented and evaluated to enhance teaching and learning. He also has an interest in quality in education, i.e. the ways that quality in higher education can be enhanced and assured.
He is member of the ICT in Learning research group at the University of Gävle.

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Scholarly articles, refereed

Masoumi, D., Hatami, J. & Pourkaremi, J. (2019). Continuing Professional Development : policies, practices and future directions. International Journal of Educational Management, 33 (1), 98-111. 10.1108/IJEM-03-2018-0109 [More information]
Najafi, A., Emamgholipour, S., Sheikhshoaei, F., Razavi, S. & Masoumi, D. (2019). DEA-based Performance Evaluation of Libraries : A Systematic Mapping study. Investigación Bibliotecológica. [Accepted] [More information]
Masoumi, D. (2019). Situating ICT in teacher education: The case of a preschool teacher education programme. Technology, Pedagogy and Education. [Submitted] [More information]
Bourbour, M. & Masoumi, D. (2017). Practise what you preach : the Interactive Whiteboard in preschool mathematics education. Early Child Development and Care, 187 (11), 1819-1832. 10.1080/03004430.2016.1192617 [More information]
Mahdiuon, R., Masoumi, D. & Farasatkhah, M. (2017). Quality improvement in virtual higher education : A grounded theory approach. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education (TOJDE), 18 (1), 111-131. 10.17718/tojde.285720 [More information]
Masoumi, D., Mahdiuon, R. & Masoumi, B. (2016). كاربست فناوري اطلاعات و ارتباطات در آموزش معلمان با رويكرد فرا تركيب گرا [ICT integration in teacher education with Meta-Synthesis Approach]. Quarterly Journal of Training & Development of Human Resources, 2 (7), 27-51. External link [More information]
Masoumi, D. (2015). Preschool Teachers' use of ICTs : Towards a typology of practice. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 16 (1), 5-17. 10.1177/1463949114566753 [More information]
Masoumi, D. & Lindström, B. (2012). Quality in e-learning : A framework for promoting and assuring quality in virtual institutions. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 28 (1), 27-41. 10.1111/j.1365-2729.2011.00440.x [More information]
Masoumi, D. & Lindström, B. (2009). Foundations of cultural design in e-learning. International Journal of Internet and Enterprise Management, 6 (2), 124-142. 10.1504/IJIEM.2009.023926 [More information]

Doctoral thesis

Masoumi, D. (2010). Quality in e-learning within a cultural context : The case of Iran. Diss. , 2010. Göteborg: Göteborgs universitet. 356 p. (Gothenburg Studies In Educational Sciences 291) External link [More information]

Book chapters

Masoumi, D. (2010). E-learning in Iran : A breakthrough to ICT-based initiatives in an educational system. E-learning practices : Volume I : Cases on challenges facing e-learning and national development : Institutional Studies and Practices. Eskisehir-Turkey: Anadolu University. P. 229-251. External link [More information]

Conference papers

Masoumi, D. (2019). Situating IT in Teacher Education Program : Early Childhood Preservice Teacher Education. European Conference on Educational Research (ECER). [More information]
Masoumi, D. (2017). Creating a culture of quality: Quality assurance in an Scandinavian higher education institution. . [More information]
Holmberg, J., Masoumi, D., Elm, A., Fransson, G., Westelius, C., Björkman, A., Stake-Nilsson, K. & Toratti-Lindgren, M. (2017). Teachers’ and students’ understanding and use of ICT for teaching and learning – Combining different perspectives and methodologies in research on technology-enhanced learning. . [More information]
Masoumi, D. & Bourbour, M. (2015). Teacher expending pen : ICT integration in Teacher Education Programs. EDEN 2015 ANNUAL Conference : Expanding Learning Scenarios : Opening Out the Educational Landscape. P. 120-120. External link [More information]
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