Louis is a lecturer in Information Systems and Data Management.
He has been awarded his PhD (2015, Sheffield Hallam University) for contributing on developing an understanding of the extent to which cyber campus environments can support learning for students experiencing barriers hindering access to Higher Education. He has been awarded his MSc IT in 2010 from Sheffield Hallam University, and achieved his BSc in Computer Information Technology from the University of Derby.
Louis’s research interest includes Multi User Virtual Environments, Virtual Worlds, 3D virtual environments, immersive learning environments, online learning, and Technology Enhanced Learning.
- virtual worlds
- technology enhanced learning
Department of Computing
Science, Technology and Arts
A cyber campus to support
Nisiotis, L., Beer, M., & Uruchurtu, E. (2016). The use of Cyber Campuses to Support Online Learning for Students Experiencing Barriers Accessing Education. EAI Endorsed Transactions on Future Intelligent Educational Environments, 2 (6), 1-18. http://doi.org/10.4108/eai.27-6-2016.151522
Nisiotis, L., & Kleanthous, S. (n.d.). The development and evolution of transactive memory system over time in MUVEs. In 10th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference. IEEE: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/conhome.jsp?punumber=1800156
Kamvisi, M., Kleanthous, S., & Nisiotis, L. (2015). Experiences of collaborating and learning through Collab3DWorld. In Gardner, M., Gutl, C., Pirker, J., & Richter, J. (Eds.) iLRN 2015 Prague : workshop, short paper and poster proceedings from the inaugural Immersive Learning Research Network Conference (pp. 18-21). Verlag der Technischen Universität Graz: . http://lamp.tugraz.at/~karl/verlagspdf/ilrn2015-short-paper-proceedings.pdf