Abdul Al Lily

Publications, Citations, Conferences & Workshops

Books

Journal Articles

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Magazine Articles

Citations

  1. Harmes, M.K., Danaher, P.A. and Riddle, S. (2017). ‘Partaking of pleasure’. In: S. Riddle, M.K.Harmes and P.A. Danaher (edits). Producing Pleasure in the Contemporary University (pp. 1-12). Netherlands: SensePublishers, Rotterdam. Citing  Al Lily, A.E.A. (2016). Crowd-authoring: The art and politics of engaging 101 authors of educational technology. International Journal of Information Management, 36(6), 1053-61.
  2. Alshuaibi, A. (2017) Technology as an Important Role in the Implementation of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030. International Journal of Business, Humanities and Technology. 7(2), 52-62. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. (2013). The social shaping of educational technologies in Saudi Arabia: An examination of how the social fabric shapes the construction and use of technologies. Technology in Society, 35(3) 203–222.
  3. Zhang, S., Liu, B., & Yu, G. (2017). The Quality of College Student Party Members in the Perspective of Scholarship. Humanities and Social Sciences, 5(5), 171. Chicago. Citing: Al Lily, Al Lily, A.E.A. (2016). A crowd-authoring project on the scholarship of educational technology. Information Development. 32(5), 1707–17. The most read article in December 2015.
  4. Al-Haidari, N. N. (2017). The Use of Social Media in Business by Women Entrepreneurs in the KSA: The Case of Instragram. Master’s Dissertation. The university of Cape Town. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  5. Luppicini, R., & Saleh, R. H. (2017). The role of online social networks for divorced Saudi women in the face of social, psychological, economic, and legal challenges. Technology in Society. DOI: 10.1016/j.techsoc.2017.07.008. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. (2013). The social shaping of educational technologies in Saudi Arabia: An examination of how the social fabric shapes the construction and use of technologies. Technology in Society, 35(3) 203–222.
  6. Radovic, M. (2017). Film, Religion and Activist Citizens: An ontology of transformative acts. UK, Abingdon: Routledge. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. (2015). Information thinness: Saudi Arabia. The Information Society31(5), 1-7.
  7. Gegenfurtner, A., Kok, E. M., van Geel, K., de Bruin, A. B., & Sorger, B. (2017). Neural correlates of visual perceptual expertise: Evidence from cognitive neuroscience using functional neuroimaging. Frontline Learning Research, 5(3), 95-111. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. et al. (2016). Academic domains as political battlegrounds: A global enquiry by 101 academics in the fields of education and technology. Information Development. 33(3), 270–88.
  8. Gegenfurtner, A., Lehtinen, E., Jarodzka, H., & Säljö, R. (2017). Effects of eye movement modeling examples on adaptive expertise in medical image diagnosis. Computers & EducationCiting Al Lily, A.E.A. et al. (2016). Academic domains as political battlegrounds: A global enquiry by 101 academics in the fields of education and technology. Information Development. 33(3), 270–88.
  9. Bardakcı, S., Arslan, Ö., & Ünver, T. K. (2017). How scholars use academic social networking services. Information Development, 0266666917712108. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. et al. (2016). Academic domains as political battlegrounds: A global enquiry by 101 academics in the fields of education and technology. Information Development. 33(3), 270–88.
  10. Stanger, N., Alnaghaimshi, N., & Pearson, E. (2017). How do Saudi youth engage with social media? First Monday, 22(5). Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  11. Gedik, N. (2017). Examining the conceptualization of instructional technology in Turkey. Contemporary Educational Technology, 8(1), 76-98. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. and other 98 authors (2016). Academic domains as political battlegrounds: A global enquiry by 99 academics in the fields of education and technology. Information Development. 33(3), 270–88.
  12. Bajnaid, A.N., & Elyas, T. (2017). Exploring the Phenomena of Online Dating Platforms Versus Saudi Traditional Spouse Courtship in the 21st Century. Digest of Middle East StudiesCiting: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  13. Bajnaid, A.N. (2016). A Study of Online Impression Formation, Mate Preferences and Courtship Scripts among Saudi Users of Matrimonial Websites. Unpublished Thesis. University of Leicester, UK. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  14. Montagu, C. (2017). Abdul Al Lily. The Bro Code of Saudi Culture. Asian Affairs, 48(1), 140-142, Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. (2016). The Bro Code of Saudi Culture: 661 Rules on how the Human Body should Act inside Arabia. Saudi Arabia, Dammam: Mutanabbi.
  15. Schön, S., Ebner, M., Horndasch, S. and Rothe, H. (2016). ‘Booksprints im Hochschulkontext: Drei erfolgreiche Beispiele für das gemeinsame Schreiben in kurzen Zeiträumen‘. In: J. Wachtler, M. Ebner, O. Gröblinger, M. Kopp, E. Bratengeyer, H.P. Steinbacher, C. Freisleben-Teutscher and C. Kapper (eds). Digitale Medien: Zusammenarbeit in der Bildung. Waxmann Verlag, S. 35-45. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. et al. (2016). Academic domains as political battlegrounds: A global enquiry by 101 academics in the fields of education and technology. Information Development. 33(3), 270–88.
  16. Bardakcı, S., Arslan, Ö., & Ünver, T. K. (2017). How scholars use academic social networking services. Information Development, 0266666917712108. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. et al. (2016). Academic domains as political battlegrounds: A global enquiry by 101 academics in the fields of education and technology. Information Development. 33(3), 270–88.
  17. Khedri, A., Saeidian, N. andShahtalebi, B. The status of the privatization of education in Asian countries (Case study: Saudi Arabia and Malaysia). Journal of Change Teachers University. 10-8. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. (2013). The Social Shaping of Educational Technologies in Saudi Arabia: An examination of how the social fabric shapes the construction and use of technologies. Technology in Society, 35(3) 203–222.
  18. Major, A. M. (2016). Strategies to Reduce Voluntary Employee Turnover in Small Business. Doctoral thesis, Walden University. Citing: Al Lily, A. E. (2013). Social change and educational technologies: By invitation or invasion. Journal of Organisational Transformation & Social Change, 10(1), 42-63.
  19. Ononiwu, C. G. (2015). Mechanisms for emergent usage of adaptive information systems: a critical realist case of e-financial systems in South Africa. Doctoral dissertation, University of Cape Town. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. (2013). The Social Shaping of Educational Technologies in Saudi Arabia: An examination of how the social fabric shapes the construction and use of technologies. Technology in Society, 35(3) 203–222.
  20. Alolyan, A. A. (2015). The perceived impact of the internet on family and social relations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Manchester: Manchester Metropolitan University. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  21. Alabbasi, D. (2016). WhatsApp, agency and education: The case of female Saudi teachers. The Conference on Charting Flexible Pathways in Open and Distance Education, 236. April 17-20, The University of Waikato, NZ. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  22. Alabbasi, D. (2016). WhatsApp, agency and education: The case of female Saudi teachers. The Conference on Charting Flexible Pathways in Open and Distance Education, 236. April 17-20, The University of Waikato, NZ. Citing: Al Lily, A. E. (2013). Social change and educational technologies: By invitation or invasion. Journal of Organisational Transformation & Social Change, 10(1), 42-63.
  23. Bajnaid, A. N. (2016). A Study of Online Impression Formation, Mate Preferences and Courtship Scripts among Saudi Users of Matrimonial Websites. Doctoral dissertation, Department of Media and Communication. University of Leicester, UK. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  24. Aljasir, S.A. (2015). An Investigation of Facebook Usage by University Students in Saudi Arabia. Unpublished PhD Thesis. Coventry: Coventry University. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. (2014). The tribe of educational technologies. Higher Education Studies, 4(3)19-37.
  25. Merriam, S. B. (2014). Qualitative Research: A Guide to Design and Implementation. John Wiley & Sons. Citing Al Lily, A.E.A. (2014). The tribe of educational technologies. Higher Education Studies, 4(3)19-37.
  26. Saleem, N. E., & Al-Suqri, M. N. (2015). Investigating Faculty Members’ Beliefs about Distance Education: The Case of Sultan Qaboos University, Oman. International Journal of Distance Education Technologies (IJDET), 13(1), 48-69. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  27. Al Alhareth, Y. (2014). E-learning Accessibility for Saudi Women: A Literature Review. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 9(4), 65-67. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  28. Groves, O., Verenikina, I., & Chen, H. (2015). Mapping participation in situated language learning. Higher Education Research & Development, 1-15. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  29. Alghamdi, D., Flechais, I. and Jirotka, M. (2015). Security Practices for Households Bank Customers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS). Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  30. Fazel, H., Laplume, A. O. and Muralidharan, E. (2015). Technological innovation and adopter self-construal. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management.. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  31. Al Alhareth, Y., Al Alhareth, Y. and Al Dighrir, I. (2015). Review of women and society in Saudi Arabia. American Journal of Educational Research, 3(2), 121-125. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  32. Al Alhareth, Y., McBride, N., Prior, M., Leigh, M., and Flick, C. (2001). Saudi women and e-learning. International Conference: The Future of Education. 13-14 June 2013. Florence, Italy. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  33. Abu Askar, R. (2013). Learning in a Foreign Environment: The Perception and Use of Concept Mapping Strategy by Saudi International Students in Higher Education. MA Dissertation, Victoria University of Wellington. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  34. Keshtiaray, N. and Akbarian, A. (2012). Internet users lived experiences of cultural (values, norms and verbal symbols) changes in Iran higher education: Ethics and philosophy topics. Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation, 15(3), 269-275. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  35. Almalki, A. M. (2011). Blended Learning in Higher Education in Saudi Arabia: A Study of Umm Al-Qura University. Doctoral Thesis, RMIT University. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  36. Baabdullah, A., Dwivedi, Y. K. and Williams, M.D. (2013). Is/it adoption research in the Saudi Arabian context: Analysing past and outlining future research directions. European, Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems, 2013. October 17-18 2013, Windsor, United Kingdom. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  37. Al-Amri, J. (2012). An Analysis of the Influence of Cultural Backgrounds of Individuals upon their Perspective towards Privacy within Internet Activities. Doctoral Thesis, De Montfort University. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  38. Keshtiaray, N., & Akbarian, A. (2012). Internet Users Lived Experiences of Cultural (Values, Norms and Verbal Symbols) Changes in Iran Higher Education: Ethics and Philosophy topics. Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation, 15(3).  Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  39. Fazel, H. (2012). Exploring the Influence of Social Threat and Value Reinforcement on Emotional Reactions to Value Transgressions. Doctoral Thesis, University of Manitoba. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  40. Hamdan, A. (2013). An exploration into’private’higher education in Saudi Arabia: improving quality and accessibility?. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  41. Madini, A. A. and De Nooy, J. (2013). Disclosure of gender identity in Internet forums: A case study of Saudi Arabian forum communication. Gender, Technology and Development, 17(3), 233-57. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  42. Comparative Education Review (2001). Comparative and international education: A bibliographyComparative Education Review, 56 (3), 1-139. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  43. Alhareth, Y.A. (2013). E-learning contribution to the enhancement of higher education opportunities for women in Saudi Arabia (Pilot Study). US-China Education Review, 3(9), 637-48. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  44. Madini, A. A., and de Nooy, J. (2014). Cross-gender communication in a Saudi Arabian Internet discussion forum Opportunities, attitudes, and reactions. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 1354856514534574. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  45. Hamdan, A. K. (2014). The Road to Culturally Relevant Pedagogy: Expatriate teachers’ pedagogical practices in the cultural context of Saudi Arabian higher education. McGill Journal of Education/Revue des sciences de l’éducation de McGill, 49(1), 201-226. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  46. Alsalloom, A., Agrizzi, D., & Soobaroyen, T. (2014). Women’s Desire for Change in the Accounting Workplace: Insights from Saudi Arabia. Paper for submission to Critical Perspectives on Accounting (CPA) Conference, July 2014 Schulich School of Business, York University Toronto, Canada. Chicago. Citing: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  47. Saleh, R. H. (2014). The Supporting Role of Online Social Networks for Divorced Saudi WomenCiting: Al Lily, A.E.A. (2011b). On line and under veil: Technology-facilitated communication and Saudi female experience within academia. Technology in Society, 33 (1–2), 119–27.
  48. Elbert, J., Code, J., & Irvine, V. (2013). iPads on Practicum: Perspective of a Student-Teacher. The Arbutus Review, 4(1), 1-18. Citing: Al Lily, A. E. (2013). Social change and educational technologies: By invitation or invasion. Journal of Organisational Transformation & Social Change, 10(1), 42-63.
  49. Marzilli, C., Delello, J., Marmion, S., McWhorter, R., Roberts, P., & Marzilli, T. S. (2014). Faculty Attitudes Towards Integrating Technology and Innovation. arXiv preprint arXiv:1404.4334. Citing: Al Lily, A. E. (2013). Social change and educational technologies: By invitation or invasion. Journal of Organisational Transformation & Social Change, 10(1), 42-63.

Statistics about citations can be found HERE.

Conferences Participated in with a Presentation

Conferences Attended

Training Sessions and Workshops Given

  • Khoo, E. and Al Lily, A. (14 September 2016). Crowd-authoring: A new approach to academic research and publishing. A seminar at the University of Waikato, New Zealand.
  • Al Lily, A. (6 April 2016). Crowd-Authoring. Given to Faculty Members at the Public Authority of Applied Education and Training, Kuwait.
  • Al Lily, A. (2015). Using Prezi in Education. Given to Faculty Members at King Faisal University.
  • Al Lily, A. (2013). Learning English Using Technologies. Given to Undergraduates and Postgraduates at King Faisal University.
  • Al Lily, A. (2012). Structure, Structure and Structure: Creative Ideas for Building up a Highly Editable and Readable Thesis, Given to Postgraduate Students at the University of Oxford.
  • Al Lily, A. (2011). How to Tame Your Thesis Using Word, Given to Postgraduate Students at the University of Oxford.
  • Al Lily, A. (2011). Physically Separate yet Technologically Connected, Given to Faculty Members at the University of Manchester.

Training Sessions and Workshops Given

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