School of Engineering and Digital Arts

I am currently working on the research in the areas of Mobile learning technology and Internet of Things. The main study aims to examine the integration of a sensor-based Internet of Educational Things (IoET) platform within an educational context; specifically, this research investigates the use of IoET technology to support science-based learning activities for young students in the rural context. 

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Mobile learning technology, Science education, Ubiquitous learning, Primary school, Internet of Things, ICT4D, HCI4D, underdeveloped areas 


  • Pruet P, Ang CS, Farzin D. Understanding tablet computer usage among primary school students in underdeveloped areas: Students’ technology experience, learning styles and attitudes. Computers in Human Behavior. 2016 Feb 29;55:1131-44.
  • Putjorn P, Ang CS, Farzin D. Learning IoT without the I-Educational Internet of Things in a Developing Context. InProceedings of the 2015 Workshop on Do-it-yourself Networking: an Interdisciplinary Approach 2015 May 18 (pp. 11-13). ACM.
  • Pruet P, Farzin D, Ang CS, Chaiwut N. Exploring the Internet of “Educational Things”(IoET) in rural underprivileged areas. InElectrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology (ECTI-CON), 2015 12th International Conference on 2015 Jun 24 (pp. 1-5). IEEE.

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- Demonstrator in EL639: Videogames Design 2015-2017


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