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Professor in the field of “Behavioral Accounting and Management Accounting” and studied at Universitas Diponegoro (Undip), Semarang for his undergraduate degree, then obtained a master’s degree from the University of Gadjah Mada (UGM) in Yogyakarta and earned a Ph.D. at the University Sains Malaysia in 2004.
Nasir was born in Ngawi, June 27, 1960 and is known as an expert in the field of planning and budgeting. He was elected to lead Undip as Rector for the office term of 2014-2018 with the vision of having Undip evolve to become a research-based university. He also aspired to form a student research community. Nasir has also served as the Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business and the Vice Rector for Finance and Resources at Undip.
But his career as the highest official in Undip was not very long. Muhamad Nasir was appointed by the Indonesian President Joko Widodo to become the first Minister of Research, Technology, and Higher Education after the merger of the Ministry of Research and Technology with the Directorate General of Higher Education in 2004.
He was previously Professor of Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology at the University of Georgia. Prior to that, he was Associate Director of the Learning Systems Institute and Professor of Instructional Systems at Florida State University. He served as Chair of Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation at Syracuse University and was Director of the Educational Information Science and Technology Research Program at the University of Bergen. He earned a Ph.D. in Philosophy from The University of Texas at Austin. His research focuses on intelligent support for instructional design, assessing learning in complex domains, and technology integration in education.
Dr. Spector served on the International Board of Standards for Training, Performance and Instruction (IBSTPI) as Executive Vice President; he is a Past President of the Association for Educational and Communications Technology as well as a Past Chair of the Technology, Instruction, Cognition and Learning Special Interest Group of AERA; he is also an active member of AERA’s Instructional Technology and Learning and Technology SIGs. He is editor of Educational Technology Research & Development and serves on numerous other editorial boards. He edited the third and fourth editions of the Handbook of Research on Educational Communications and Technology, as well as the Encyclopedia of Educational Technology, and has more than 150 publications to his credit.
the current Minister of Communication and Information of the Republic of Indonesia. He is one of the professionals who was appointed as Minister in the Presidential Cabinet of President Joko Widodo in October 2014. Rudiantara’s started his career as a businessman in the telecommunication world. His biography is colored by many stories of leading various companies in the field of telecommunications. The last position held by Rudiantara before taking office as Minister is the commissioner of PT. Indosat.
Rudiantara’s career in business started when he became Chief Operating Officer at PT. Telkomindo. Eleven years later he has held executive positions of two large telecomunication companies, PT. Indosat and PT. Telkomsel. He has also served as one of the Directors of PT. XL Axiata. Rudiantara was one of the independent commissioner at PT Telekomunikasi commencing from January of 2011.
Rudiantara’s career did not stop in the field of telecommunications. In 2006 he was appointed to hold a strategic position at PT Semen Gresik Tbk. This middle-aged man who had served as the Secretary General of the Indonesian Association of Cellular Phone or ATSI also succeeded in developing five coal power plants in Indonesia. His accomplishments have made it evident that Rudiantara is a great businessman in multi fields.
Professor of Learning, Design, and Technology at the University of Georgia. He is Past President of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). Rob taught Technical Studies in Botswana as a Peace Corps Volunteer, and later worked as a Lecturer at the University of Botswana.
Dr. Branch worked as Fulbright Lecturer/Researcher at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, where he co-founded the Masters degree in Educational Technology, while conducting research on the complexities of intentional learning spaces.
Dr. Branch authored the book Instructional Design: The ADDIE Approach. He is co-author of the book Survey of Instructional Development Models and co-editor of the Educational Media and Technology Yearbook. Professor Branch teaches message design and emphasizes student-centered learning. His research focuses on visualizing complex conceptual relationships.
She has made lifetime professional contributions to open and distance learning (ODL). She has had extensive experiences in research, teaching, and administration of one of the mega universities in the world, Universitas Terbuka (UT), which serves over 550,000 students with differing needs and circumstances, residing in Indonesia and overseas.
She started her career in academic life as researcher in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Upon her return to UT in Indonesia in 1996, she was appointed as Head of the Center for Indonesian Studies and then was given greater responsibilities as Vice Rector for Academic Affairs of UT for two-terms, from 2001 up to 2009. During her office terms, UT started to introduce a new ODL platform through innovations such as online tutorials, open educational resources (OERs), online examination, digital library, and other ICT-based initiatives in teaching, learning and academic administration.
Stephen Harmon currently serves as the Associate Dean of Research in the College of Professional Education at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Additionally, he is the Director of Education Innovation in the Center for 21st Century Universities, and a Professor in the School of Industrial Design in the College of Architecture at Georgia Tech.
After majoring in English literature at Furman University, Dr. Harmon moved to Upper Egypt to teach fourth-grade English for two years. While traveling through the Middle East and Africa that he realised the tremendous need, and scarce resources, for education and training in developing countries. He returned to the US and earned a masters and doctorate in instructional technology, with a cognate in global policy studies, from the University of Georgia.
Dr. Harmon’s research centers on educational uses of emerging technologies and has for the last few years focused on eLearning, particularly with respect to synchronous online learning environments. He is a past President of the Association of Educational Communications and Technology. Dr. Harmon has consulted on training development projects for a large and varied number of clients, including Delta Airlines, Sears, CARE, and AT&T. Dr. Harmon has over 120 professional publications and presentations and was the 2011 recipient of Georgia State University’s Innovative Instruction Award.
He born in Jakarta, June 16, 1962, born in Jakarta in the family is enough. His father A.G. Tanjung is old order era journalist who publishes a small circulation newspapers. Chairul are in a family with six other siblings. When arriving in the New Order era, his father’s business was forced to close due to politically opposed to the rulers at that time. The situation is forcing parents to sell the house and move to stay in the room inn which sempi.
He is a businessman from Indonesia. His name is widely known as a successful businessman with the company he leads, the Group, Chairul has started doing business when she attended from the Department of Dentistry, University of Indonesia. Had ups and downs, he eventually built a successful business. His conglomerate, the Group becomes a business enterprise in charge of some other companies such as Trans TV and Mega Bank.
His skills as an entrepreneur to build a network and make business grow. Directing business to a conglomerate, Chairul reposition itself into three core businesses: financial, property, and multimedia. In the financial sector, he took over what is now Bank Karman Bank Mega. He named the company with the Group. The company has a core conglomeration Holdindo as father holding company, which is in charge of several sub-holding, namely the Global Investindo (business finance), The Core Investindo (media and investment) and the Core Propertindo (property).
He was born in Davenport Iowa in 1959 when his parents were there doing more than just studying. At the age of eight months he persuaded his parents to return to South Africa where he attended an Afrikaans primary school and then Pretoria Boys High School where he matriculated in 1976.
Following this he enrolled at the University of Pretoria where he obtainend the BA majoring in Afrikaans, English and Anthropology, the BA honours as well as a Teachers’ diploma before reporting for military service at the Infantry School, Oudtshoorn. During his second year of national service he completed an MA in Afrikaans literature while serving on the Angolan border. He then taught English and Afrikaans at Pretoria Boys High until 1986 when he was appointed lecturer in Language Communication at Technikon Pretoria.
He obtained a Doctorate in Afrikaans Literature in 1990 and then a Masters Degree in Computer- Assisted Education from the University of Pretoria. From 1994 to 2007 he was a professor of computers in education with the University of Pretoria. Currently he is the Dean of the Faculty of Informatics and Design at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology. He has also been visiting professor at Sudan University of Science and Technology, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia; the University of Joensuu, Finland, and the University of Bergen, Norway, The University of Namibia and the University of the Free State, South Africa.
Previously, he was professor and chair of the IDT program within The Teachers College at Emporia State University (Kansas). Having received his Ph.D. from Virginia Tech, Dr. Childress’ research interests include online learning, heutagogy, using virtual worlds for training and education, and using technology as a catalyst for school reform.
His research has been documented in publications such as Distance Education, Journal of Research on Computers in Education, International Journal of Educational Telecommunications, Globalized e-Learning Cultural Challenges, EDUCAUSE Quarterly, Academic Leadership Journal, and the Encyclopedia of Distance Learning, Teaching, Technologies, and Applications.