Dr Rasha Goumaa is a lecturer at Nottingham Business School. She contributes to taught undergraduate programmes in the areas of Business Information Systems and Digital Entrepreneurship.
Dr Goumaa also supervises undergraduate research projects in BA (Hons) International Business programmes and acts as a personal tutor for postgraduate students on Masters programmes. Dr Goumaa is also consulted in the BA (Hons) Business Management (1 Year In-Company and 2 Year In-Company) degrees.
Since 2015, Dr Goumaa has been an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS), where she teaches organisation strategy and organisation design modules and supervises students’ dissertations at a postgraduate level (MBA and MSc).
Prior to online teaching, Dr Goumaa developed a broad experience in monitoring the quality standards in online MBA classrooms during her role as a Monitor at the ULMS online programmes.
Currently, Dr Goumaa’s research interests are within the areas of online management learning, critical management education and critical teaching pedagogy. Her research aims at advancing educators’ understanding of the potential (and the limitation) of virtual learning environments (VLEs) as interactive contexts, engaging students critically with their learning.
- Reviewer for the Educational Research Journal
- Subject Matter Consultant at Laureate Higher Education
- BAM Reviewer
- ‘Best Qualitative Research Paper’ prize at the IADIS-International E-Learning Conference July 20/23, 2011 - Italy, Rome
- 2013 BAM Researcher Development Grant
Goumaa, R., Michaelides, R., & Anderson, L. (2011). A Socio-technical assessment of technology use and teaching pedagogy in a distance learning community: an empirical study. IADIS-International E-Learning Conference July 20 /23, 2011. Italy, Rome p.49-58 p. ISBN 978-972-8939-38-0.