The Centre for Adaptive Multimedia, Education and Learning cOntent Technologies, or CAMELOT, was created to focus on innovations in teaching and learning methodologies, and in the field of multimedia, web and educational technology.

The Centre is the home of The MILE Project, an award-winning student-centred learning platform from The MILE Research Lab team that marries multimedia and web 2.0 technologies with classroom curricula, for students to collaborate and improve their cognitive and social abilities.

CAMELOT is also a centre for multimedia development and research, student collaborations and discussions, and for postgraduate studies in constructivist learning and multimedia and web education.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Neo Mai, CAMELOT Chairperson & Masters of Multimedia (e-Learning Technologies) Program Coordinator, Faculty of Creative Multimedia, Multimedia University, Cyberjaya.

Projects/ grants:

  • MILE@Edu: Developing a student learning platform for authentic and collaborative learning (MILE) (TMR&D, 2014-2015)
  • m-PSLE: Creating a multimedia Problem-Solving Learning Environment (TM R&D, 2010-2013)
  • MICE: Developing a framework for multimedia-mediated cooperative learning (TM R&D, 2010-2013)
  • The AWSLE Project: Engaging students’ creative and critical thinking: A constructivist approach (MMU, 2013)
  • The OAL Project: Designing opportunities to learn through online active learning environment (MMU, 2013)