Palaigeorgiou Georgios' s Short CV
George Palaigeorgiou is a Lecturer in the Department of Primary Education, University of Western Macedonia in the field of "ICT in education". He holds a Ph.D. in Students-Computer Interaction from the Informatics Department of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from University of Macedonia and a BS in Computer Science from the Informatics Department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. He has extensive teaching experience in 7 academic departments in the fields of HCI, Computer Science Education and Computer Ethics. Two years ago, he has cofounded an award-winning startup, LearnWorlds (www.learnworlds.com), which provides an innovative educational platform for self-paced learning. His interests include participatory web, participatory design, MOOCs, wiki-based communities of practice, computer ethics, computer attitudes, animated demonstrations. He has received several distinctions such as performance and study scholarships, best conference paper awards, teaching practices awards etc.
Palaigeorgiou, G., Triantafyllakos, G., & Tsinakos A. (2011). What if undergraduate students designed their own web learning environment? Exploring students’ web 2.0 mentality through participatory design. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 27(2), 146-159.
Triantafyllakos, G., Palaigeorgiou, G., & Tsoukalas, I.A. (2011). Designing educational software with students through collaborative design games: the We!Design&Play framework. Computer & Education, 56(1), 227-242.
Palaigeorgiou, G., Despotakis, T. (2010). Known and unknown weaknesses in software animated demonstrations (screencasts): a study in self-paced learning settings. Journal of Information Technology Education, 9, 81-98.
Triantafyllakos, G., Palaigeorgiou, G., & Tsoukalas, I.A. (2010). Fictional characters in participatory design sessions: introducing the “design alter egos” technique. Interacting with Computers, 22, 165-175.
Grammatikopoulou, A., Nika, P. & Palaigeorgiou G. (2012). Testimonies of teachers using extensively and creatively Web 2.0: Benefits and Prerequisites. Best paper award. IADIS International Conference e-Learning 2012.
Palaigeorgiou George PhD, MBA