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Professor Glenn Hardaker Professor, Centre for Lifelong Learning

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Professor Glenn Hardaker

Professor, Centre for Lifelong Learning glenn.hardaker@ubd.edu.bn


ABOUT ME

Glenn Hardaker is a Senior Professor at Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education, Universiti of Brunei. He is also a National Teaching Fellow (the highest award for teaching and learning excellence in the UK). Glenn has worked in universities in the United Kingdom for approximately 25 years in the area of technological innovation and learning. His research is focused on a blend of Islam, innovation and learning. Glenn is Editor of two international publications Journal for Multicultural Education (JME) and International Journal Information & Learning Technology (IJILT).

Glenn's research focus is on the intersection between Islam, Innovation and learning. His current research funded by the Brunei Research Council (BRC12) has enabled learning innovation to be shaped by international priorities with the roots of pedagogy in Islam. The research searches for deeper understanding into personalised learning.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Islam, Innovation & Learning

47

Scopus Publications

1214

Google Scholar Citations

19

Google Scholar h-index

28

Google Scholar i10-index


TOP PUBLICATIONS

2017. A systematic literature review on opinion types and sentiment analysis techniques: tasks and challenge (with A Qazi, Raj, R G, Craig, S). Internet Research (Impact Factor (ISI)=3.017, ERA ranking: A*, Scopus SJR=Q1).

2007. Online Annotation - Research and Practices (with I Glover & Z Xu). Computers & Education, Vol. 49, No. 4, p. 1308-1320. (Impact Factor (ISI)=2.621, ERA ranking: A, Scopus SJR=Q1)

2000. Supply Chain Management across the Internet (with G.Graham). International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 30, No. 3 / 4, pp. 286-295. (Impact Factor (ISI)=1.826, ERA ranking: A, Scopus SJR=Q1)

1999. The Role of On-line Communities on the Internet for Sustainable Development (with P.K. Ahmed). Journal of Business Strategy and the Environment, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 75-81. (Impact Factor (ISI)=1.96, Scopus SJR=Q1)

1996. Integrated Flexibility - Key to Competition in a Turbulent Environment (with P.K. Ahmed). International Journal of Strategic Management - Long Range Planning. Vol. 29, No. 4, pp. 562-571. (Impact Factor (ISI)=2.197, ERA ranking: A, Scopus SJR=Q1)


Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

Glenn Hardaker has served as a consultant to international organisations in the development of education programmes related to Islam, innovation and learning. His educational development work has focused on South East Asia and North Africa. For example this includes educational development work for UNESCO in supporting reform in Higher Education institutions in North Africa.


SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, or ACADEMIC BENEFITS

Glenn Hardaker is recognised for his national and international impact on lifelong learning with an award National Teaching Fellow from the Higher Education Academy (UK). This is the highest recognition in the United Kingdom for teaching and learning excellence.


Scopus Publications

Total Publications: 47



1. Assessing consumers' satisfaction and expectations through online opinions: Expectation and disconfirmation approach, Computers in Human Behavior

2. Perceptions of inequalities in access and usage of ICT in Islamic faith schools, International Journal of Inclusive Education

3. Change levers for unifying top-down and bottom-up approaches to the adoption and diffusion of e-learning in higher education, Teaching in Higher Education

4. Differences in access to information and communication technologies: Voices of British Muslim teenage girls at Islamic faith schools, International Journal of Information and Learning Technology

5. A systematic literature review on opinion types and sentiment analysis techniques: Tasks and challenges, Internet Research

6. Smartphone habit and behavior in Brunei: Personalization, gender, and generation gap, Computers in Human Behavior

7. Malaria detection using mathematical theory of evidence, Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology

8. Understandings of Islamic pedagogy for personalised learning, International Journal of Information and Learning Technology

9. The nature of memorisation for embodiment, Journal for Multicultural Education

10. Student use of Facebook for informal learning and peer support, International Journal of Information and Learning Technology

11. Islamic pedagogy and embodiment: an anthropological study of a British Madrasah, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education

12. The Impact of Leadership Orientation on Strategic Information System Planning Processes, with an Application to Libyan Organizations, Information Technology for Development

13. Barriers and enablers to adoption and diffusion of eLearning : A systematic review of the literature - a need for an integrative approach, Education and Training

14. The face of digital literacy for Muslim teenage girls: A comparative study of Bradford Muslim girl schools, International Journal of Inclusive Education

15. The madrasah concept of Islamic pedagogy, Educational Review

16. The role of culturally responsive teaching for supporting ethnic diversity in British University Business Schools, Teaching in Higher Education

17. The role of the owner-manager in SMEs' adoption of information and communication technology in the United Arab Emirates, Journal of Global Information Management

18. The impact of financial development on economic growth: Empirical analysis of emerging market countries, Studies in Economics and Finance

19. An insight into Islamic pedagogy at the University of al-Qarawiyyin, Multicultural Education and Technology Journal

20. Learning styles and personal pedagogy in the virtual worlds of learning, Style Differences in Cognition, Learning, and Management: Theory, Research, and Practice

21. The adoption and diffusion of eLearning in UK universities: A comparative case study using Giddens's Theory of Structuration, Campus-Wide Information Systems

22. Cognitive learning styles and digital equity: Searching for the middle way, International Journal of Inclusive Education

23. Community of self-organisation: Supply chain perspective of Finnish electronic music, International Journal of Technology Management

24. Online annotation - Research and practices, Computers and Education

25. “Black Day to Freedom”: Informal multicultural education initiative: Supporting expressions of refugee identity by migrant artists, Multicultural Education & Technology Journal

26. How the technology shock of the internet is radically changing the competitive dynamics of the online music market, International Journal of Electronic Marketing and Retailing

27. Creating domain independent adaptive e-learning systems using the sharable content object reference model, Campus-Wide Information Systems

28. Learning styles inequity for small to micro firms (SMFs): Social exclusion through work-based e-learning practice in europe, Multicultural Education and Technology Journal

29. Evaluating the factors affecting DSS usage by senior managers in local authorities in Egypt, Advanced Topics in Global Information Management

30. Evaluating the impact of the internet on barriers to entry in the music industry, Supply Chain Management

31. Steps towards personalised learner management system (LMS): Scorm implementation, Campus-Wide Information Systems

32. Evaluating the factors affecting DSS usage by senior managers in local authorities in Egypt, Journal of Global Information Management

33. Developing an e-commerce solution: A case study of TimeXtra, Journal of Enterprise Information Management

34. Collaborative annotation system environment (CASE) for online learning, Campus-Wide Information Systems

35. E-learning communities, virtual markets and knowledge creation, European Business Review

36. Contractor Evaluation in the Aerospace Industry: Using the Evidential Reasoning Approach, Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship

37. E-Learning innovation through the implementation of an internet supported learning environment, Educational Technology and Society

38. Non-linear innovation across the Internet, Integrated Manufacturing Systems

39. Internet editorial, Business Process Management Journal

40. Supply-chain management across the Internet, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management

41. The role of on-line communities on the internet for sustainable development, Business Strategy and the Environment

42. Defence sector procurement and supply chain relationships, Supply Chain Management

43. An integrated approach towards product innovation in international manufacturing organisations, European Journal of Innovation Management

44. An integrated response towards the pursuit of fast time to market of NPD in European manufacturing organisations, European Business Review

45. Integrated flexibility - Key to competition in a turbulent environment, Long Range Planning

46. International approaches to computer-integrated manufacturing: Perspectives from Europe and Japan, European Business Review

47. The Importance of Organizational and National Culture, European Business Review