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Bijan B. Gillani

Bijan's philosophy of edutaion
Education:

  • Ed.D., Instrucstion and Technology. University of Souther California
  • M.A., Linguistics, San Jose State University

Research Interest: Application of socialcognitive theories to the design of collaborative e-learning envirnments.
Teaching Experience:

  • 1995-Present Professor, California State University , East Bay
  • 1994-95 Assistant Professor, Northern Arizona University
  • 1993-94 Assistant Professor , Georgia Southwestern College
  • 1984-1993 Teacher, Santa Clara County Office of Education
  • 1980-83 Assistant Professor, Washington State University
  • 1981-82 Instructor, in Indonesia for WSU/BKS/USAID project
  • 1975-78 Assistant Professor, Meli University

Positions Held:

  • 1996-Present Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Educational Technology Leadership,
  • California State University , East Bay
  • 1995-Present Chair, ITAC California State University , East Bay
  • 1994-95 Technology Coordinator, Northern Arizona University
  • 1993-94 Technology Chair , Georgia Southwestern College,
  • University of Georgia
  • 1990-93 Head Teacher/Technology Coordinator,
  • Santa Clara County Office of Education
  • 1985-89 Head Teacher, Santa Clara County
  • 1975-78 Curriculum Coordinator, Meli University
  • 1976-78 Chairman, English Department, Meli University

Recent Courses Taugth:

  • EDUI 6200 Learning Theories & the Design of E-learning Envirnments
  • EDUI 6600 Educational Interface Design
  • EDUI 6110 Web as an Interactive Educational Tool
  • EDUI 6315 Current Technologies
  • EDUI 6002 Animation for the Web
  • EDUI 6420 Math, Science, and Technology
  • EDUI 6220 Introduction to Web Database Design for Educators
  • EDUI 6230 Advanced Web Database Design for Educators
  • EDUI 6899 Project
  • EDUI 6909 Department Thesis

Recent Selected Publications:
Book:

  • Gillani, B. Bijan. (2003). Learning Theories and the Design of E-Learning Environments. Lanham , Maryland . University Press of America.

Chapters in books and Journals:

  • Gillani, B.B., & Relan, A. (1997). Incorporating interactivity & multimedia into web-based instruction. In B. H. Khan (Ed.), Web-Based Instruction (pp. 231-237). Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey : Educational Technology Publications.
  • Gillani, B.B., & Relan, A. (1997). Web-based information and the traditional classroom: similarities and differences. In B. H. Khan (Ed.), Web-Based Instruction (pp. 41-46). Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey : Educational Technology Publications.
  • Gillani, B.B. (1998). The w eb as a delivery medium to enhance instruction. Educational Media International , 35 :3, 197-202.
  • Gillani, B.B. (Fall 2000). Culturally responsive educational web sites. Educational Media International , 37 :3, 185-195.
  • Gillani, B.B. (2000). Student-centered design. In C. Romm & W. Taylor (Eds.), Using Community Informatics for Regional Transformation , (pp. 140-160). Rockhampton , Australia : University of Queensland Press.
  • Gillani, B.B. (2000). Using the web to create student-centered curriculum. In R.A. Cole (Ed.), Issues in Web-Based Pedagogy: A Critical Primer (pp.161-181). Westport , Connecticut : Greenwood Press.
  • Gillani, B.B. (Fall 2000). Culturally responsive educational web sites. Educational Media International , 37 :3, 185-195.
  • Gillani, B.B. (2000). Student-centered design. In C. Romm & W. Taylor (Eds.), Using Community Informatics for Regional Transformation , (pp. 140-160). Rockhampton , Australia : University of Queensland Press.
  • Gillani, B.B. (2000). Using the web to create student-centered curriculum. In R.A. Cole (Ed.), Issues in Web-Based Pedagogy: A Critical Primer (pp.161-181). Westport , Connecticut : Greenwood Press.
  • Gillani, B.B. (2001). C reating Multiculturally responsive educational settings on the web. In L. Ramirez & O. Gallardo (Eds.), Portraits of Teachers in Multicultural Settings: A Critical Literacy Approach (pp. 123-138). Boston , Massachusetts : Allyn and Bacon.
  • Gillani, B.B. (2001). Educational management system. IBM Make IT Easy Conference: 2001.
  • Gillani, B.B. (2001). Integrated learner-centered management system. In S. Marshall & W. Taylor (Eds.), Using Informatics to Transform Regions (pp.451-467). Rockhampton , Australia : University of Queensland Press.
  • Gillani, B.B. (2002). Integrated thematic multimedia learning environments. In Stewart, Taylor, & Yu (Eds.), Transforming Regional Economies and Communities with Information Technology. Rockhampton , Australia : University of Queensland Press.
  • Gillani, B.B. (2003). Integrated assessment as the basis of learner-centered design. In Stewart, Taylor, & Yu (Eds.), Closing the Digital Divide. Westport : Praeger Publishers.
  • Gillani, B. B. (2003). The Web as a delivery Medium to enhance instruction. In From Email to Earthquake: On teaching and Learning with Technology in the California State University . (pp. 227-236. Long Beach , CA . The California State University Press.
  • Gillani, B. B. (2004). Cognitive Theories and the Design of E-Learning Environments. In Stewart, Taylor, & Yu (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of  Developing Regional Communities with ICT. Idea Group Inc. Hershey , PA 17033 , USA .
  • Gillani, B. B. (2004). Problem-Based Learning and the Design of E-Learning Environments. In Stewart, Taylor, & Yu (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of  Developing Regional Communities with ICT. Idea Group Inc. Hershey , PA 17033 , USA .

 

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