The Founders of Dewey International University place a high value on research, and believe that research is an essential function of any international university. DIU will foster a climate of research awareness, with publicity given to research projects, research seminars, and public forums Research, along with Community Service, is one of the two main pillars upon which Dewey International University rests (see logo). Not only are all faculty members encouraged to carry out research projects, but research is incorporated into the coursework of students at all levels. Even diploma students are expected to do a research project at the end of their studies. The Faculty of DIU have a long record of research and international publications. The following is a list of selected publications and conference papers by DIU faculty members.
“Learning for Transformation”. Action research funded by Oxfam UK on development of new learning processes for Cambodians working in community development at local levels. “Trust Building in Savings Groups and Credit Scheme in Cambodia”. Research study for Canadian Credit Association (CCA), “Economic opportunities for Cambodian peasants resettled on demined land”. Research study for Norwegian People’s Aid, Towards Restoring Life in Cambodian Villages Towards Understanding: Cambodian Villages Beyond War.
“Teachers’ Perceptions of Good and Bad Leaders in Seven Cultures”. Academic Leadership Journal, Feb. 19, 2009. “Teachers’ Perceptions of the Roles of Educational Technology”. Educational Technology and Society, 8 (2), 102-106. “Turing Teachers: Can Technology Replace Teachers? “Proceedings, Conference on Educational Technology, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman, February, 2008. “A Model for Regional Centers of Excellence.” Proceedings, International Congress on Knowledge Society, Education, and Economy. Girne American University, Girne Cyprus, 24-26 March 2005. “New directions in research on language in mathematics.” Invited paper, 6th Int’l Conference on Mathematics Education (ICME), Max Planck Institute, Budapest, 1988. Studies in Cambodian Leadership. Australian Centers for Development, Cambodia, 2007. “ Mathematics in literacy courses.” UNESCO Studies in Mathematics Education 6, 85-89. Language and Mathematics Education. Hong Kong: Asia Pacific International Press
Business Training Course for Small Rural Businesses (Vol. 1 Money Matters; Vol 2 – Marketing) Svay Rieng, Cambodia: PRASAC III Enterprise Center, 1997. Business Research and Statistics. Hong Kong: Asia Pacific International Press, 1989. Quantitative and Statistical Methods in Business. Hong Kong: UEA Press, 1989. Marketing Research . (Dual language Khmer-English textbook). Phnom Penh: National University of Management “ Ethical perceptions of Hong Kong Chinese businessmen.” Journal of Business Ethics,7 (11), 835-845.
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