Anuradha (Anu) Mathrani
Anuradha (Anu) Mathrani
Associate Professor @ Massey University
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Digital divide framework: online learning in developing countries during the COVID-19 lockdown
A Mathrani, T Sarvesh, R Umer
Globalisation, Societies and Education 20 (5), 625-640, 2022
PlayIT: Game based learning approach for teaching programming concepts
A Mathrani, S Christian, A Ponder-Sutton
Journal of Educational Technology & Society 19 (2), 5-17, 2016
Learning analytics dashboard: a tool for providing actionable insights to learners
T Susnjak, GS Ramaswami, A Mathrani
International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 19 (1), 12, 2022
On predicting academic performance with process mining in learning analytics
R Umer, T Susnjak, A Mathrani, S Suriadi
Journal of Research in Innovative Teaching & Learning 10 (2), 160-176, 2017
Bring Your Own Devices classroom: Exploring the issue of digital divide in the teaching and learning contexts
J Adhikari, A Mathrani, C Scogings
Interactive Technology and Smart Education 13 (4), 323-343, 2016
Using enterprise systems to realize digital business strategies
S Mathrani, A Mathrani, D Viehland
Journal of Enterprise Information Management 26 (4), 363-386, 2013
Using educational data mining techniques to increase the prediction accuracy of student academic performance
G Ramaswami, T Susnjak, A Mathrani, J Lim, P Garcia
Information and Learning Sciences 120 (7/8), 451-467, 2019
Evolving digital divides in information literacy and learning outcomes: A BYOD journey in a secondary school
J Adhikari, C Scogings, A Mathrani, I Sofat
The International Journal of Information and Learning Technology 34 (4), 290-306, 2017
A systematic literature review: What is the current stance towards weight stigmatization in social media platforms?
VU Wanniarachchi, A Mathrani, T Susnjak, C Scogings
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 135, 102371, 2020
Benefits and barriers in uptake of mobile apps in New Zealand construction industry: What top and middle management perceive
T Liu, A Mathrani, J Mbachu
Facilities 37 (5/6), 254-265, 2019
Challenges of integrating mobile technology into Mathematics instruction in secondary schools: an Indonesian context
Z Abidin, A Mathrani, R Hunter, D Parsons
Computers in the Schools 34 (3), 207-222, 2017
Perspectives on the challenges of generalizability, transparency and ethics in predictive learning analytics
A Mathrani, T Susnjak, G Ramaswami, A Barczak
Computers and Education Open 2, 100060, 2021
A learning analytics approach: Using online weekly student engagement data to make predictions on student performance
R Umer, T Susnjak, A Mathrani, S Suriadi
2018 International conference on computing, electronic and electrical …, 2018
Utilizing enterprise systems for managing enterprise risks
S Mathrani, A Mathrani
Computers in Industry 64 (4), 476-483, 2013
On developing generic models for predicting student outcomes in educational data mining
G Ramaswami, T Susnjak, A Mathrani
Big Data and Cognitive Computing 6 (1), 6, 2022
Gender-related differences in the use of technology in mathematics classrooms: Student participation, learning strategies and attitudes
Z Abidin, A Mathrani, R Hunter
The International Journal of Information and Learning Technology 35 (4), 266-284, 2018
The perceived benefits of apps by construction professionals in New Zealand
T Liu, J Mbachu, A Mathrani, B Jones, B McDonald
Buildings 7 (4), 111, 2017
Mining activity log data to predict student's outcome in a course
R Umer, A Mathrani, T Susnjak, S Lim
proceedings of the 2019 international conference on big data and education …, 2019
A longitudinal journey with BYOD classrooms: issues of access, capability and outcome divides
J Adhikari, A Mathrani, C Scogings
Australasian Journal of Information Systems 21, 2017
Use of predictive analytics within learning analytics dashboards: A review of case studies
G Ramaswami, T Susnjak, A Mathrani, R Umer
Technology, Knowledge and Learning 28 (3), 959-980, 2023
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