Papers

PEER REVIEWED PAPERS

Omarali, P. S. P. (accepted). A review on using internet discussion boards to supplement collaboration in English Language composition writing. In S. Graf (ed.) Bulletin of the IEEE Technical Committee on Learning Technology, Special Issue Articles. Athabasca University.

Omarali, P. S. P. (accepted). A review on the use of learning styles in classifying online learners. International Journal of Learning and Teaching.

Omarali, P. S. P. (2017). An early investigation on the effectiveness of combining different learning models together to profile online learners. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 7(6).

Omarali, P. S. P. (2017). Investigating the Reciprocity of Interviews with the ‘Online Learner Profiling Questionnaire’as an Instrument of Triangulation and In-Depth Data Acquisition: A Pilot Study. In The Future of Education (7th Edition) (p. 140-143). libreriauniversitaria. it Edizioni. [Link]

Omarali, P. S. P. (2017). Designing a survey study to measure the diversity of digital learners. International Journal on Integrating Technology in Education, 6(1), 9-13, AIRCC. [Link]

Omarali, P. S. P. (2017). Is it a time for a change in paradigms? An investigation on the appropriateness of the Secondary School English Education System in Brunei Darussalam based on Kachru’s Concentric Circles Model. Asian Englishes, 19(2), Taylor & Francis Online. [Link]

Omarali, P. S. P. (2016). Investigating the Effectiveness of the ‘Online Learner Profiling Questionnaire’ in Generating a Profile of Learners Based on Learner Dispositions: A Pilot Study. In Volungeviciene, A., Szűcs, A., and Mázár, I. (eds.), Forging new pathways of research and innovation in open and distance learning: Reaching from the roots, (pp. 99-108). European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN). [Link]

 

ONLINE PAPERS

Omarali, A. S. (2017). Identifying Bruneian Undergraduates and Graduates’ Levels of Familiarity towards the Basic Concepts of Online Learning. Social Science Research Network. [Link]

 

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Omarali, P. S. P. (2017). In search of the fabled digital natives: A literature review based on Brunei Darussalam’s digital natives population, In World Congress on Education, Dublin, Ireland, 17-19 July, 2017.

Omarali, P. S. P. (2017). The effects of digital literacy on postgraduate students’ use of the internet for academic purposes. In EDULEARN ’17, Barcelona, Spain, 2-4 July, 2017.

Omarali, P. S. P. & Motteram, G. (2017). Using Pierre Bourdieu’s Theory of Practice to Holistically Profile Online Learners. In The Global Educators’ Conference, Manila, Philippines, 27-29 January 2017.

Omarali, P. S. P. (2016). Profiling Online Learners.
Methods Fair 2016, University of Manchester (Poster presentation). [Link]

Omarali, A. S. (2009). Current Trends and Tempos on Using Internet-Based Virtual Environments for Education. Presented in The 14th International Conference on Education, Universiti Brunei Darussalam.

Omarali, A. S. (2009). Teaching and Learning in Secondlife.
Presented in The 14th International Conference on Education, Universiti Brunei Darussalam.

Omarali, A. S. (2009). Using Social Networking Sites, Web2.0 Affordances and Classroom Technology for Blended Learning. Presented in Design and Technology: The Instructional Practice Session of Hari Guru Seminar Cum Workshop 2009, International Convention Centre, Brunei Darussalam

Omarali, A. S. (2009). An early investigation on the appropriateness of the Secondary School English Education System in Brunei Darussalam.
In The 3rd Biennial International Conference on the Teaching and Learning of English in Asia. 18-20 November. Brunei: BELTA.

Omarali, A. S. (2008). The Implementation of Online Learning in Brunei Darussalam: A Theoretical Perspective. Master’s thesis, University of Manchester, UK.

Omarali, A. S., Hill, C. & Yusuf, J. (2007). WebQuest : An Introduction to KnowledgeGarden. Retrievable from http://studentweb.usq.edu.au/home/W0068397/webquest/webquest.html, University of Southern Queensland, Australia.

Omarali, A. S. (2006). Development of Software for Students-At-Risk to be used by Teachers in Secondary Schools.
Presented in Special Education Workshop 18th – 25th May 2006, Brunei

Omarali, A. S. (2006). How to Use Available Resources to their Fullest Potential.
Presented in the Annual MOE’s ICT in Education Conference 2006, International Convention Centre, Brunei Darussalam.

 

SHARING SESSIONS

Omarali, A.S. & Majid, I. R. (2007). Subject Syllabi in Software Format: The e-Teacher.
Presented in SEAMEO Quality and Equity in Education Project for Government Schools 2006/2007 Session, Brunei.

Omarali, A. S. (2010) Using Virtual Learning Environment in Learning.
Presented in a small-scale sharing session for SMPAPHM.

 

WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED

18,22,23,24,25 May 2006
Development of software for Students at Risk to be used by teacher in Secondary Schools
Special Education Unit, Ministry of Education
5 days workshop for secondary school teachers

3 April 2006
The Use of Interactive Whiteboards
Monthly Meeting: Secondary School SENA Teachers
Special Education Unit, Ministry of Education
2 hour workshop for Special Education Needs Assistance (SENA) teachers

October 2009
Design and Technology: The Instructional Practice
Hari Guru Seminar Cum Workshop 2009
1 hour workshop for design and technology teachers

 

UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS & ESSAYS

Omarali, A. S. (2004) The Implementation of Literature in Brunei: A Theoretical Approach.

Omarali, A. S. (2004) An Insight to Behaviorist Approach in Counselling.

Omarali, A. S. (2004) Assessment Procedures for Teaching and Learning in Brunei.

Omarali, A. S. (2005) The Effects of Parental Involvement on an International School’s Efficacy to Function.

Omarali, A. S. (2005) A Research Study on Guidance and Counselling in Brunei.

Omarali, A. S. (2006). Website Essentials: The Universal Concept of the Navigation Bar. Unpublished manuscript.

Omarali, A. S. (2007). Using Computer Assisted Classroom Discussion to Supplement Collaboration in English Language Composition Writing for Secondary Level Students. Unpublished manuscript.

Omarali, A. S. (2007). Rationales for the EnglishGuru Website: Using Videos to Prepare Lower Secondary Level L2 Students with Knowledge that they need for their Composition Assessments. Unpublished manuscript.

Omarali, A. S. (2007). Using L1 to its Advantage in English Language Acquisition for L1 Dependent Students in Brunei Darussalam. Unpublished manuscript.

Omarali, A. S. (2008). How Identifying and Developing Effective Learner Strategies can Instigate the Appropriate English Teaching Methods for Poor L2 Learners of the Upper Secondary Level of Brunei DarussalamUnpublished manuscript.

Omarali, A. S. (2008). An Executive Summary: Using the Social Networking Website Ning for Blended Learning. Unpublished manuscript
Presented in a Sharing Session for Blended and Distance Learning, University of Manchester, UK.

Omarali, A.S. (2014) Identifying the digital natives in the student population of Brunei Darussalam. Unpublished manuscript.

Omarali, A.S. (2014) The diversity of digital learners in the secondary schools of Brunei Darussalam. Unpublished manuscript.

Omarali, A.S. (2014) The effects of postgraduate students’ emotional resilience on classroom oral participation. Unpublished manuscript (research components co-conducted with Huang, Z.M. and Sahar, R).

Omarali, A.S. (2014) The effects of digital literacy on postgraduate students’
use of the internet for academic purposes. Unpublished manuscript.

Omarali, A. S. (2014). The effects of parents’ educational background on their child’s highest academic qualification. Secondary statistical study for statistics course in Duke University.

Ahmad, S. F. and Omarali, A. S. (2015) Designing a teacher forum: An online community of practice powered by Joomla + Kunena

 

BOOK (NON-ACADEMIC)

Omarali, A. S. (2009). The SwanScripts. California: CreateSpace Publishing.
ISBN : 1448671051