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Mdm Nor Iadah Yusop is a Senior Lecturer in IT at the School of Computing, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM). She received her MSc in Informatin Technology from the University of Stirling, and her BSc in Computer Science from the University of Bridgeport, USA. She now pursuing her PhD in UUM. Within her 23 years of servicing UUM, she has taught quite a number of subjects including Software Engineering, Management Information System, Information Systems Development, Programmings, and Data Structure and Algorithms as well as Mathematics, for both Postgraduate and Undergraduate. She also supervises MSc projects that mostly related to system development, and supervises a number of practical students . However, she is more keen working in researches related to the soft-side of IT, in particular community informatics, including ICT for Development and Impact of ICT on community. She has received a number of research grants including Fundamental Research Grant Scheme, High Impact Group Project (PBIT) and LEADS. Currently, she is in the pursuit of applying for an International Grant of the Internet Society (ISOC) with a project entitled “Fostering Cross-Border Entrepreneurship Collaboration for Rural ICT Development.” This project seeks collaboration of researchers from University of Rangsit (Thailand) and Universitas Jambi (Indonesia). She also has served ITU-UUM as a fellow member, and involved in Asian Development Bank project. She has also lead UUM team for a collaborative project with UKM on Impact of Wireless Technology.
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