DR. DIYANA BINTI KAMARUDIN
BA in Mass Communication (Curtin University of Technology, Australia)
MA in Communication (Western Michigan University, U.S.A)
Ph.D. in Evaluation, Measurement and Research (Western Michigan University, U.S.A)
BACKGROUND:Dr. Diyana Kamarudin is a Senior Lecturer and the Head of Programme for MBA in the Faculty of Industrial Management at Universiti Malaysia Pahang. She is currently teaching Research Methodology for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as Organizational Behaviour and Industrial Psychology at UMP. She has previously taught Introduction to Evaluation, Measurement and Research (Introduction to Research Methodology) at Western Michigan University, has conducted multiple seminars and workshops on Research Methodology (Qualitative and Quantitative). She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication from Curtin University, Australia, her Master of Arts in Communication and PhD in Evaluation, Measurement and Research at Western Michigan University, United States of America. She specializes in both qualitative and quantitative research methodology and design, qualitative and quantitative analysis, evaluation and also measurement in instrumentation. She is a member of the American Educational Research Association and the American Evaluation Association. She is also the module writer for Methodology (Technology) for the Institute of Postgraduate Studies at Universiti Malaysia Pahang.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:Quantitative Research and Analysis
Qualitative Research and Analysis
Technology - Enhanced Language Learning and Teaching
Language & Communication
Policies, Strategies and Implementation Research
Human Resource ManagementRESEARC GRANTS:Parental Mediation on Children’s Television Viewing in the Homes of Blind or Low Vision Children in Malaysia. Project Leader. International Grant by: SEAMEO SEN
The Implementation of Bahasa Isyarat Malaysia and Kod Tangan Bahasa Malaysia Teaching Tool into Andriod and iPad/iPhone Applications. Project Leader. International Grant by: SEAMEO SEN
The Effect of Kod Tangan Bahasan Malaysia and Bahasa Isyarat Malaysia on Student Achievement in Bahasa Malaysia Among Deaf Children. Project Leader. International Grant by: SEAMEO SEN
Benchmark study for Yayasan Pahang. Project Member. External Grant by: Yayasan Pahang
An analysis of existing practices of Yayasan Pahang. Project Member. External Grant by: Yayasan Pahang
Assessment of the Universiti Malaysia Pahang’s Masters of Business Administration Program’s Impact on Life Long Learning Skills. Project Leader. External Grant by: Universiti Advanced Education.
- Parental Mediation on Childrens Television Viewing in the Homes of Blind or Low Vision Children in Malaysia.