Abdelfatah, H., M. A. (2017). Developing A web 2.0-based Collaborative e-learning environment To manage graduation projects and its impacts on improving educational design skills and motivation of undergraduate Students in educational Technology branch. Egyptian Association Journal of Educational Technology, Submitted and accepted for publication. [RG]
Abdelfatah, H., M. A. (2016a). A Developed Social Android App To Acquire Design Skills For Instructional Technology Students In Egypt. Journal of Research & Method in Education, 6(1), 24–35. doi: 109790/7388-06122435 [Source]
Abdelfatah, H., M. A. (2016b). Cyber Learning from Reality through Virtuality to Holoportation: Status-quo and A Proposed Model for Closing the Gap in Africa. Presented at the Africa New Perspectives, Cairo University, Egypt.
Abdelfatah, H., M., & Maarouf, M., A. (2015). The Effectiveness of using Simulation Technology on Developing Professional Competencies of Fresh Graduates in Garments. Faculty of Applied Arts Journal, Damietta University, Egypt, 20.
Abdelfatah, H. M. (2015, October). The Effect of Using a Developed Spoken Social Networking Website on Instructional Technology Students Attitudes and Habits in Egypt. 2015 Fifth International Conference on e-Learning (econf). Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE). doi: 10.1109/econf.201587 [Source]
Abdelfatah, H., M. A. (2013). Improving The Attitudes and The Skills of The Educational Technology Students/Teachers Through Changing The Methodology of Three Sustainability-based Courses. Presented at the 1st Young Research Conference, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt.
Abdelfatah, H., M. A. (2011, January 26). Improving Attitudes towards Geometric Proof through a Suggested Story-Based Dynamic Geometry Approach. PH-Karlsruhe, Germany.
Abdelfatah, H. (2011, June 23). A story-based dynamic geometry approach to improve attitudes toward geometry and geometric proof. ZDM. Springer Science + Business Media. doi: 101007/s11858-011-0341-6 [Source]
Abdelfatah, H., M. A. (2004, August 22). The Effectiveness of a Multimedia Based Program for Primary Prospective Teachers (Math’s Section) to Acquire the Applied Mathematics Prerequisites and Its Transfer of Learning. Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt.