Italo Masiello

Italo Masiello

Professor
Department of Computer Science and Media Technology Faculty of Technology
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With a research background in medical education, there I put to good use my knowledge in psychology, neuroscience and computer science, I try to understand the potential that digital technology has for teaching and learning, behaviour and communication. This is part of my new appointment as Professor of Educational Technology at Linnaeus University.

I lead a new research group and academic environment in Educational Technology placed at the intersection between digital technologies and learning science. Areas of interest connected to these efforts are knowledge creation, digital technology practices in education, learning analytics, mobile learning and teachers´ digital literacies just to mention of few. You can read more about our research at EdTechLnu

Educational technology is an interdisciplinary field of research and development where educational, technical, behavioural and design sciences meet. This makes it possible to study and explore different educational process and tools and mechanisms that support these in order to find answers to what gives value and efficiency for students and teachers.

Italo's vision of the future of EdTech

Teaching

Program Director of the master's program in Educational Technology and teacher in a number of courses within the same program.

 

Research

You can read more about my and the group's research at EdTechLnu

Publications

Peer-reviewed original articles

  1. Martins R.M., Berge E., Milrad M., Masiello I. (2019). Visual learning analytics of multidimensional student behaviour in self-regulated learning. 14th European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL 2019), Delft, The Netherlands.
  2. Kyaw B.M., Saxena N., Posadzki P., Vseteckova J., Nikolaou C. K., George P.P., Divakar U., Masiello I., Kononowicz A.A., Zary N., Tudor Car L. (2019). Virtual Reality for Health Professions Education: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis by the Digital Health Education Collaboration. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 21(1).
  3. Husebø S.E., Silvennoinen M., Rosqvist E., Masiello I. (2018). Status of Nordic research on simulation-based learning in healthcare: an integrative review. Advances in Simulation, 3(12).
  4. Hadadgar A., Changiz T., Kononowicz A., Safaeian L., Mirshahzadeh N., Najimi, A., Ahmadi F., Mostafavizadeh K., Zary N., Masiello I.(2018). Creating and validating e-cases as educational tools in general practitioners’ continuing medical education context. Bio-Algorithms and Med-System, 14(1).
  5. Hadadgar A, Changiz T., Masiello I., Dehghani Z., Mirshahzadeh N., Zary N. (2016). Applicability of the theory of planned behaviour in explaining the general practitioners eLearning use in continuing medical education. BMC Medical Education, 16(215).
  6. Iversen MD., Kiami S., Singh K., Masiello I., von Heideken J., (2016). Prospective, randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effect of smart glasses on vestibular examination skills. BMJ Innovations, 2(2), pp 99-105.
  7. Zhu E., Lilienthal A., Aquino Shluzas L., Masiello I., Zary N. (2015). A theory-driven framework to guide the design of mobile augmented reality applications in healthcare education. Journal of Medical Informatics Research. 1(2), e10.

Book chapters

  1. Lazzari C., Masiello I. & Shoka A. (2017). Theoretical Models of Social Mind and Social Thinking in Interprofessional Education. In R.V. Nata, Progress in Education. Nova Science Publisher, New York.
  2. Lazzari C., Shoka A. & Masiello I. (2017). Maladaptive Behaviours in Inpatients with Borderline Personality Disorder: A Behavioral Game Theory Explanation. In R. Anderson, Personality Disorder (BPD) - Prevalence, Management, Options and Challenges. Nova Biomedical, New York.