I am currently employed as a Lecturer at Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Institute of Education (SHBIE), Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD), since September 2007. My teaching activities include modules that relate to the applications of digital technology in education. Presently I am undertaking my PhD under the Brunei Government's In-Service Training Scheme at King's College London, and am waiting for my viva examination date after submitting my thesis. My PhD research focuses on a topic of digital literacy skills of young people while playing casual games. I had previously worked as an Education Officer under the Department of Schools, Ministry of Education where I gained experience in various areas, both academic and administrative. Following my interest, I subsequently upgraded my qualifications and undertook a Masters of Arts (MA) in ICT and Education at the University of Leeds, UK, under self-sponsorship, and graduated with an MA (Pass with Merit) in ICT and Education.
Video Gaming Activities
Juraidah Musa (2015). Adding New Vocabulary While Playing Casual Games: Young People in Brunei as a Case Study. In Journal of Management Research.
danJuraidah Hj Musa, Zahari Hamidon & Abdullah Mohd Noor (2009). The Impact of Interface Design in Web-enhanced Course on Students’ Thinking.In Proceedings Seminar KebangsaanTeknologi Inovasi Pengajaran dan Pembelajaran 2009 (SKTIP 09).
Grant type: URG, Grant Number: UBD/PNC2/2/RG/1(154), Project Title: M-Learning for Current and Future Generation, Investigators (PI/Co-PI), (Ref:UBD/PSR/5.1) dated 18th March 2010, Start Date: 01/03/2010, End Date: 20/07/2011