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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
Prof. Nalin Sharda gained B.Tech. and Ph.D. degrees from the Indian Institute of Technology - Delhi. Presently, he teaches and leads multidisciplinary research at Victoria University (Australia) in the application of ICT systems to Education and Environmental Suitability. He has worked in the IT industry, taught at Curtin and Murdoch Universities in Australia, and held visiting / adjunct positions at Aachen University, Germany; Florida Atlantic University, USA; Jaypee University of Information Technology, India; and Karlstad University, Sweden.
Nalin's publications include a textbook, an edited research book, and around 120 journal / conference papers and research book chapters. Nalin has developed Movement Oriented Design (MOD), a methodology for creating Digital Stories that can be used for more effective learning with the help of eLearning systems, and in Communities of Practice.
Presently Nalin is supervising a research student who is developing a formal framework for the application of Digital Storytelling to constructivist learning. Linked to this project he is guiding the development of Web-based tools for the creation of Digital Stories and their use in Communities of Practice.
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