Mohammed Hussein

Learning Experience Designer

Credentials: MInfmSystems, PGDipIT, BCom, TAE (S.Pac)

Phone: 323 2709

Email: mohammed.hussein@usp.ac.fj

Biography

Mohammed Hussein is a Learning Experience Designer at the Centre for Flexible Learning (CFL). He has worked at USP for the past 17 years. His work encompasses creating dynamic and engaging learning experiences for online and blended learners using innovative technology and pedagogy.

Mohammed holds a Master’s degree in Information Systems, a Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology (Information Systems), a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Certificate IV in Training & Assessment (outstanding student award) from USP. He has also attained a Certificate in Applying the Quality Matter Rubric and a Certificate in Peer Reviewer Course from Quality Matters (QM), USA. His interests are in the areas of learning experience design, learning technologies and online assessment.

 

Publications:

Presentations:

  • Chand, R., & Hussein, M. J. (2022, September). e-Proctoring exams at a regional university during COVID-19: Understanding the challenges. Paper presented at the 2022 Tenth Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning (PCF10), Calgary, Canada.
  • Kumar, K., Lesuma-Fatiaki, A., Namositava, N., Varea, E., Hussein, M. J., & Yusuf, J. (2021). Planning and Design of Online Peer Assessment Professional Development Training in Higher Education. IEEE International Conference on Engineering, Technology & Education (TALE).
  • Hussein, M. J. & Naidu, S. (2020, May 13). Online Exam Proctoring. Centre for Flexible Learning (CFL) Webinar Series, The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji.
  • Hussein, M. J. (2019). Online Examination Proctoring. Presented at TED Futures Seminar, The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji.
  • Hussein, M. J., & Hazelman, V. (2018, April 9-11). Tracking course design and delivery: using a home-grown project management tool in flexible learning. Paper presented at the 2018 Flexible Learning Association (FLANZ) Conference, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
  • Kanas, J., Prabhakar, P., & Hussein, M. J. (2016, September 27-29). Thinking “Quality” in Online Courses at the University of the South Pacific. Paper presented at the 2016 MoodleMoot AU, Perth, Australia.

Projects & Working Groups:

  • Project Lead – Online Examination Proctoring
  • e-Assessment Toolkit working group
  • H5P interactive video working group
  • Consultant – TVET Professional Development Toolkit (Commonwealth of Learning)

Professional Membership:

  • Pacific Online Learning and Teaching Network Member
  • Quality Matters Instructional Designer Association (IDA) Member
  • e-Assessment Association (eAA) Member