Nada Dabbagh is professor of Instructional Design and Technology in the College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University. She teaches graduate courses in instructional design, e-Learning design and pedagogy, and cognition and technology in the Instructional Design and Development (IDD) program of the Division of Learning Technologies. In 2003, Dr. Dabbagh received the George Mason University Teaching Excellence award.
Dr. Dabbagh's research explores the pedagogical ecology of technology mediated learning environments with the goal of understanding the social and cognitive consequences of learning systems design.
Dr. Dabbagh has published numerous journal articles and book chapters and presented her work at over 100 scholarly venues participating as a keynote and invited speaker at several international, national, and regional conferences. For more information on Dr. Dabbagh's academic profile and publications visit her homepage at: http://mason.gmu.edu/~ndabbagh/.