Multimedia and Graphic Arts
Cyprus University of Technology
Andri Ioannou is an assistant professor in the Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts. She has a PhD in Educational Technology from the University of Connecticut (USA) and a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Cyprus.
Her research interests include the design and evaluation of computer-supported collaborative learning environments, use of technology to support student collaboration, decision making, and knowledge creation in both distant and collocated settings, and integration of technology in all levels of education.
Ioannou A, Antoniou C (2016) Tabletops for Peace: Technology Enhanced Peacemaking in School Contexts. Educational Technology & Society 19: 164-176.
Sourmelis T, Ioannou A, Zaphiris (2016) Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games (MMORPGs) and the 21st Century Skills: A comprehensive research review from 2010-2016. Computers in Human Behavior 67: 41-48.
Vasiliou C, Ioannou A, Stylianou Georgiou A, Zaphiris P (2017) A Glance into Social and Evolutionary Aspects of an Artifact Ecology for Collaborative Learning through the Lens of Distributed Cognition. International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 33: 642-654.