Arkendu Sen


an anatomist/ophthalmologist by training, is an Associate Professor at the Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine & Health Sciences, Monash Malaysia, a Fellow of the Monash Education Academy and a Senior Fellow of the UK’s Higher Education Academy.With his passion for medical digital education, even before he got his PhD in Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL), he had researched/designed cutting edge Educational Technology innovations in Practical skills Learning of large cohorts, Peer teaching Methods, and Innovative Collaborative Learning culminating in the design of Medical Anatomy and Pathology E-Learning (MAPEL) Lab - an exemplar of state-of-the-art learning environment and pedagogy showcased nationally and internationally. He holds a joint patent and ITEX medal on Collaborative Learning systems of Surface-touch Computers. He is now researching on New Methods of 3D Visualization of learning objects and developing and studying the impact of gamification and XR including Augmented/Virtual reality education tools. Along with educational research grants, his innovations have been recognised through numerous awards, including a Best Paper, Australian Government OLT Citation, International RH Innovation in Medical Education Award (twice), Vice Chancellor’s Teaching and the Faculty Dean’s Award (twice). 


last update: November 2022



Articles published on IXD&A:


• 'Can Bloom's Higher Order Thinking skills be achieved by Gamified Learning through Social Networking Site (SNS) like Facebook?', pp. 144 - 160,  abstractdownload