Thanks for visiting! My name is Nada Dabbagh, pronounced 'Neda Dabaah'.

I am Professor in the Instructional Design and Technology Program (Division of Learning Technologies) at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. I teach graduate courses in instructional design, e-learning design and pedagogy, and cognition and technology.

My research focuses on the pedagogical ecology of technology-mediated learning tasks; problem generation and representation in problem-based learning environments; student self-regulation in online learning environments; and social media and personal learning environments (PLE).

Visit the Instructional Design Knowledge Base to support the teaching, learning, and practice of Instructional Design.

Check out the technology integration support tool (LATIST) that won the 2010 SLOAN-C Effective Practice Award.

Check out my 2010 co-authored book Learning to Learn with Integrative Learning Technologies: A Practical Guide for Academic Success

Check out my 2005 co-authored book Online Learning: Concepts, Strategies, and Application

Check out my 2004 distance learning interview with SchoolTalk