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Understanding Students' Experiences with E-learning 2.0 in Australian Higher Education: A Grounded Theory Study

posted on 17.07.2019, 07:08 by Omar Hasan I Mayan
When studying abroad in different cultural and educational environments, international students face many opportunities and challenges. Focusing on the themes of culture and e-learning 2.0, this study explores the experiences of Saudi Arabian students in the Australian higher education environment. Through adopting the Grounded Theory approach, the research develops a theoretical model which contributes to understanding the students’ experiences with e-learning 2.0 while studying in Australia.


Campus location


Principal supervisor

Judy Sheard

Additional supervisor 1

Angela Carbone

Year of Award


Department, School or Centre

Caulfield School of IT


Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type



Faculty of Information Technology