Sabine Graf

Sabine Graf has a PhD from Vienna University of Technology, Austria, and is presently an Assistant Professor at Athabasca University, School of Computing and Information Systems, in Canada. Her research expertise and interests include adaptivity and personalization, student modeling, ubiquitous and mobile learning, artificial intelligence, and collaborative learning technologies. She has published more than 60 peer-reviewed journal papers, book chapters, and conference papers in these areas, of which three conference papers were awarded with the best paper award. Dr. Graf is Executive Board Member of the IEEE Technical Committee on Learning Technologies, Editor of the Learning Technology Newsletter, a publication of the IEEE Computer Society’s Technical Committee on Learning Technology (TCLT), and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Interaction Design and Architectures. She is an active member of the research community, serving as editorial board member of three international journals, workshop chair and organizer of eight international workshops, doctoral consortium chair at three international conferences, and guest editor of three special issues. Furthermore, Dr. Graf has been invited to given keynote/invited talks at universities/companies/conferences in Austria, Canada, Colombia, New Zealand, Taiwan, and UK.


Intelligent and Adaptive Learning Systems: Technology Enhanced Support for Learners and Teachers
Sabine Graf, Fuhua Lin, Kinshuk, Rory McGreal. © 2012. 424 pages.
Technology enhanced learning takes place in many different forms and contexts, including formal and informal settings, individual and collaborative learning, learning in the...