Adriana Camilleri

University of Bath - Department of Psychology

PhD Candidate

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

19

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Scholarly Papers (19)

1.

The Performance Management and Appraisal in Higher Education

Camilleri, M.A. & Camilleri, A.C. (2018). The Performance Management and Appraisal in Higher Education. In Cooper, C. Driving Productivity in Uncertain and Challenging Times. (University of the West of England, 5th September). British Academy of Management, UK.
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 04 Sep 2018
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
Downloads 1,056 (30,292)

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performance management, performance appraisal, Balanced Score Card, higher education, academic productivity

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The Technology Acceptance of Mobile Applications in Education

Camilleri, M.A. (2017). The Technology Acceptance of Mobile Applications in Education. In Sánchez, I.A. & Isaias, P. (Eds) 13th International Conference on Mobile Learning (Budapest, April 10th). Proceedings, pp., International Association for Development of the Information Society.
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 22 Mar 2017
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
Downloads 350 (123,035)
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Mobile, Mobile Learning, Technology Acceptance Model, Technology Innovation Principal Component Analysis, Stepwise Regression Analysis

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The Students' Perceptions of Digital Game-Based Learning

Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Games Based Learning, FH Joanneum University of Applied Science, Graz, Austria, October 2017
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 03 Oct 2017
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
Downloads 246 (176,803)
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Education, Blended Learning, Education Technologies, Game Based Learning, Digital Games, Serious Games, Digital Stories

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Student Centred Learning Through Serious Games

Camilleri, M.A. & Camilleri, A.C. (2019). Student-Centred Learning through Serious Games. 13th Annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference. Valencia, Spain (March 2019). International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED)
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 24 Mar 2019
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
Downloads 226 (191,766)
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Serious Games, Technology in Education, Digital Games, Digital Game-Based Learning, Games, Simulation Games, Storytelling

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The Students’ Perceived Use, Ease of Use and Enjoyment of Educational Games at Home and at School

Camilleri, A.C. & Camilleri, M.A. (2019). The Students’ Perceived Use, Ease of Use and Enjoyment of Educational Games at Home and at School. 13th Annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference. Valencia, Spain (March, 2019). International Academy of Technology, Education and D
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 24 Mar 2019
Adriana Camilleri and Mark Anthony Camilleri
University of Bath - Department of Psychology and University of Malta
Downloads 196 (218,820)

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technology acceptance model, theory of planned behavior, unified theory of acceptance and use of technology, perceived usefulness, perceived enjoyment, games

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Mobile Learning via Educational Apps: An Interpretative Study

Camilleri, A.C. & Camilleri, M.A. (2019). Mobile Learning via Educational Apps: An Interpretative Study. In Shun-Wing N.G., Fun, T.S. & Shi, Y. (Eds.) 5th International Conference on Education and Training Technologies (ICETT 2019). Seoul, South Korea (May, 2019). International Economics Development
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 24 Mar 2019
Adriana Camilleri and Mark Anthony Camilleri
University of Bath - Department of Psychology and University of Malta
Downloads 164 (254,863)
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Mobile Learning, Technology in Education, Mobile Learning Technologies, Educational Apps, Simulation Games, Storytelling

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The Sustainable Development Goal on Quality Education: A Case from Europe

Camilleri M.A. & Camilleri A.C. (2020). The Sustainable Development Goal on Quality Education. In: Idowu S., Schmidpeter R., Zu L. (eds.) The Future of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance. Cham, Switzerland: Springer
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 25 Jun 2019
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
Downloads 101 (365,925)
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Sustainable Development Goal, Quality Education, Social Cohesion, Social Inclusion, Social Capital, Europa2020, Malta

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Measuring the Educators' Behavioural Intention, Perceived Use and Ease of Use of Mobile Technologies

31st Annual Conference of the British Academy of Management, Conference Proceedings, 2017
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 14 Sep 2017 Last Revised: 28 Aug 2018
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
Downloads 59 (494,985)
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Mobile, Mobile Learning, Technology Acceptance Model, Technology Innovation, Principal Component Analysis, Stepwise Regression Analysis

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The Use of Mobile Learning Technologies in Primary Education

Camilleri, M.A. & Camilleri, A.C. (2020). The Use of Mobile Learning Technologies in Primary Education. In Zheng, R., Cognitive and Affective Perspectives on Immersive Technology in Education. IGI Global, Hershey, USA.
Number of pages: 15 Posted: 12 Feb 2020
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
Downloads 57 (502,914)

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education technology, mobile, mobile learning, simulation games, storytelling, primary education

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The Students’ Readiness to Engage with Mobile Learning Apps

Camilleri, M.A. & Camilleri, A.C. (2019). The Students’ Readiness to Engage with Mobile Learning Apps. Interactive Technology and Smart Education. doi: 10.1108/ITSE-06-2019-0027
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 09 Oct 2019
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
Downloads 53 (519,793)
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mobile learning, technology acceptance model, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, perceived enjoyment, normative pressures, behavioral intention, educational apps.

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Digital Learning Resources and Ubiquitous Technologies in Education

Camilleri, M.A. & Camilleri A. (2016) Digital Learning Resources and Ubiquitous Technologies in Education. Technology, Knowledge and Learning. 22(1), 65-82. Springer DOI: 10.1007/s10758-016-9287-7
Number of pages: 29 Posted: 01 Dec 2016 Last Revised: 17 Mar 2017
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
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Education, Technology in Education, Blended Learning, Digital Learning Resources, Information, Communications Technology in Education, Technology Acceptance Model, Principal Component Analysis, Stepwise Regression Analysis

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The Students’ Acceptance and Use of Their University’s Virtual Learning Environment

Camilleri, M.A. & Camilleri, A.C. (2020). The students’ acceptance and use of their university’s virtual learning environment. In Chen, K.C., Ma, Y., & Kawamura, M., The 11th International Conference on E-Education, E-Business, E-Management, and E-Learning (IC4E 2020). Ritsumeikan University, Osaka,
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 28 Apr 2020
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
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technology acceptance, theory of planned behavior, higher education, mobile, mobile learning, virtual learning, virtual learning environment

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The Acceptance and Use of Mobile Learning Applications in Higher Education

Camilleri, M.A. & Camilleri, A.C. (2019). The Acceptance and Use of Mobile Learning Applications in Higher Education. In Pfennig, A. & Chen, K.C. (Eds.), 3rd International Conference on Education and eLearning (ICEEL2019), Barcelona, Spain.
Number of pages: 6 Posted: 17 Sep 2019
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
Downloads 37 (598,354)
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Technology Acceptance Model, Theory of Planned Behavior, Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology, Mobile Learning, M-Learning, University, Higher Education

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The Acceptance of Learning Management Systems and Video Conferencing Technologies: Lessons Learned from COVID-19

Camilleri, M.A. & Camilleri, A.C. (2021). The Acceptance of Learning Management Systems and Video Conferencing Technologies: Lessons Learned from COVID-19, Technology, Knowledge and Learning, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10758-021-09561-y
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 16 Aug 2021
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
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perceived usefulness, perceived interactivity, facilitating conditions, video conferencing, learning management systems, SEM-PLS.

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A Cost-Benefit Analysis on the Use of Remote Learning Technologies: A Systematic Review and a Synthesis of the Literature

Camilleri, M.A. & Camilleri, A.C. (2022). A cost-benefit analysis on remote learning: A systematic review and implications for the future. 6th International Conference on e-Education, e-Business and e-Technology (Beijing, China: 26th June 2022), ACM Digital Library, New York, NY, USA.
Number of pages: 11 Posted: 26 May 2022
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
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Education, Education Technology, Synchronous Learning, Asynchronous Learning, Learning Management Systems, Conferencing Technologies, COVID-19.

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Education and Social Cohesion for Economic Growth

International Journal of Leadership in Education, Vol. 19(5), p. 617-631, DOI/10.1080/13603124.2014.995721 (2016)
Number of pages: 12 Posted: 03 Feb 2017
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
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Social Cohesion, Social Inclusion, Social Capital, Social Equity, Labour Market, Employment, Social Policy, Social Responsibility, Women, Child Care Centers

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Remote Learning Via Video Conferencing Technologies: Implications for Research and Practice

Technology in Society, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techsoc.2022.101881, 2022
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 09 Mar 2022
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
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Video conferencing, remote learning, facilitating conditions, perceived interactivity, unified theory of acceptance and use of technology, UTAUT, UTAUT2, attitudes toward technology

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The Students’ Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations to Engage with Digital Learning Games

Camilleri, A.C. & Camilleri, M.A. (2019). The Students Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations to Engage with Digital Learning Games. In Shun-Wing N.G., Fun, T.S. & Shi, Y. (Eds.) 5th International Conference on Education and Training Technologies (ICETT 2019). Seoul, South Korea (May, 2019). Internatio
Number of pages: 6 Posted: 24 Mar 2019
Adriana Camilleri and Mark Anthony Camilleri
University of Bath - Department of Psychology and University of Malta
Downloads 18 (731,328)
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technology acceptance model, perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, perceived enjoyment, normative pressures, behavioral intention, educational games

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Utilitarian and Intrinsic Motivations To Use Mobile Learning Technologies: An Extended Technology Acceptance Model

Camilleri, M.A. & Camilleri, A.C. (2022). Utilitarian and intrinsic motivations to use mobile learning technologies: An extended technology acceptance model. 8th International Conference on e-Society, e-Learning and e-Technologies (Rome, Italy), ACM Digital Library, New York, NY, USA.
Number of pages: 10 Posted: 13 May 2022
Mark Anthony Camilleri and Adriana Camilleri
University of Malta and University of Bath - Department of Psychology
Downloads 17 (739,889)

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Technology Acceptance Model, mobile learning, perceived enjoyment, educational apps, higher education.