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Biography

Rachid Anane received a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Manchester, UK, and an MSc and a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Birmingham, UK. He has held posts as a research fellow and as a lecturer in the school of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, UK and is currently a member of staff at Coventry University.

He has been working on distributed systems and learning technologies for many years, with a special focus on adaptive mediation. His collaboration with researchers in the UK, China and Japan has led to the publication of papers in internationally-recognised conferences and journals. He is on the editorial board of two Springer journals, and is a member of the program committee of a number of IEEE and ACM conferences. He has organised and chaired IEEE-sponsored workshops and conferences, and has been for many years co-chair of the COSYS track in the ACM Symposium of Applied Computing (SAC).

Vision Statement:

This research is part of an endeavour to deploy adaptive frameworks that are aware of prevailing environmental conditions and of user needs. In information retrieval, service composition and system configuration the aim is to create adaptive schemes that can deal with information overload, support semantic interoperability, improve throughput and enhance user experience and satisfaction. The focus of the current research activity is on the development of an adaptive mediation framework for the selection, composition, recommendation and delivery of appropriate material to learners in a virtual environment. It seeks to foster greater engagement through personalised and adaptive interaction.

Research Interests

Distributed Systems; Learning technologies

Vision Statement

This research is part of an endeavour to deploy adaptive frameworks that are aware of prevailing environmental conditions and of user needs. In information retrieval, service composition and system configuration the aim is to create adaptive schemes that can deal with information overload, support semantic interoperability, improve throughput and enhance user experience and satisfaction. The focus of the current research activity is on the development of an adaptive mediation framework for the selection, composition, recommendation and delivery of appropriate material to learners in a virtual environment. It seeks to foster greater engagement through personalised and adaptive interaction.

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Research Output 2001 2016

  • 175 Citations
  • 6 h-Index
  • 12 Article
  • 7 Chapter
  • 3 Paper
  • 1 Conference proceeding

An Empirical Evaluation of Learning Style and Knowledge Level Adaptation

Alshammari, M., Anane, R. & Hendley, R. J. 2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Intelligent Tutoring Systems. Micarelli, A., Stamper, J. & Panourgia, K. (eds.). Switzerland: Springer Verlag, Vol. 9684, p. 498-499

Research output: Research - peer-reviewChapter

Learning systems
Experiments
1 Citations

Usability and Effectiveness Evaluation of Adaptivity in E-Learning Systems

Alshammari, M., Anane, R. & Hendley, R. J. 2016 p. 2984-2991

Research output: Research - peer-reviewPaper

Open Access
File
E-learning
Learning systems
Experiments
4 Citations

Design and Usability Evaluation of Adaptive e-learning Systems Based on Learner Knowledge and Learning Style

Alshammari, M., Anane, R. & Hendley, R. J. Aug 2015 Human-Computer Interaction – INTERACT 2015. Springer Verlag, Vol. 2, p. 584-591

Research output: Research - peer-reviewChapter

electronic learning
evaluation
learning
learning environment
experiment
2 Citations

Students' Satisfaction in Learning Style-Based Adaptation

Alshammari, M., Anane, R. & Hendley, R. J. 2015 Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT), 2015 IEEE 15th International Conference on. IEEE, p. 55-57

Research output: Research - peer-reviewChapter

File
learning
experience
electronic learning
learning environment
experiment
3 Citations

The Impact of Learning Style Adaptivity in Teaching Computer Security

Alshammari, M., Anane, R. & Hendley, R. J. 2015 ITiCSE '15 Proceedings of the 2015 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education . ACM, p. 135-140

Research output: Research - peer-reviewConference proceeding

Open Access
File
Teaching
learning
electronic learning
computer science
experiment

Activities 2004 2014

  • 5 Participation in conference

ACM Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC)

Anane, R. (Track Chair)
24 Mar 201428 Mar 2014

Activity: Participation in conference

Eighth International Conference on Complex, Intelligent, and Software Intensive Systems (CISIS)

Anane, R. (Track Chair)
2 Jul 20144 Jul 2014

Activity: Participation in conference

The 5th FTRA International Conference on Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering (MUE)

Anane, R. (Member of Programme Committee)
28 Jun 201130 Jun 2011

Activity: Participation in conference

18th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA 2004)

Anane, R. (Speaker)
29 Mar 200431 Mar 2004

Activity: Participation in conference

24th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS-2004) Workshop

Anane, R. (Speaker)
23 Mar 200426 Mar 2004

Activity: Participation in conference