Riadh Jeljeli, Ph.D

Director, Communication and Media Program

Al Ain Campus

+971 3 7024971

riadh.jeljeli@aau.ac.ae

Biography

 

Committees Service at the University/College Level:

  • Coordinator for E-learning development committee (AAU)
  • Committee member for AQAS Accreditation
  • Committee member for  Accreditations
  • Coordinator for Internship 
  • Coordinator for Library committee (AAU) 
  • Coordinator for E-learning development committee (AAU)
  • Coordinator for Scientific Research, Congress and Events committee (AAU)
  • Coordinator for Students affairs committee (AAU)
  • Coordinator for Research and Ethical considerations committee (AAU)
  • Coordinator for Community engagement committee (AAU)
  • Coordinator for Quality Assurance and Institutional Research Center (AAU)

 

Education

Ph.D. Information and Communication Sciences, University of Aix-Marseille, EJCAM, France. Major: Information and Communication Sciences Area of specialization: Information and Communication Technology

M.S Information and Communication Sciences, University of Aix-Marseille, EJCAM, France. Area of Concentration: Information and Communication Sciences

B.S Business Administration, University of Carthage, ESC Tunis, Tunisia. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Research Interests

  • Organizational communication
  • Crisis communication
  • Digital communication
  • social media and networks
  • Social media and gender
  • Web marketing
  • Public relations

Selected Publications

  • Elbasir M., Elareshi M.,Habas M., Jeljeli R., Salloum S.A. (2021). Media and Non-Media Students’ Feedback and Improvement of University Teaching and the Learning Environment. In: Hassanien A.E. et al. (eds) Proceedings of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision (AICV2021). AICV 2021. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1377. (pp. 754-765). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-76346-6_67.
  • Aissani, R., Elareshi, M., Jeljeli., R. (2021). Perceptions and Comparative of Media Education Curricula in Arab Universities. Elementary Education Online. (SCOPUS) 5(20), 5557-5566.
  • Elareshi, M.,Habes, M., Jeljeli, R., & Ziani, A (2021). New Media Users’ Awareness of Online Inflammatory and Mobilisation Methods for Radical and Extreme Activities. Elementary Education Online. Scopus-SJR: Q4.5(20), 5567-6676
  • Jeljeli.R, Samira Satoutah, Farhi Faycal, (2021), Citizen-Journalist Dilemma Between Media Freedom and Professionalism, Utopia y Praxis Latinoamericana.,  AÑO: 26, n° EXTRA 1, 2021, pp. 394-406, Scopus-SJR: Q2.
  •  Faycal Farhi, Salami Saidani, Jeljeli.R, (2021), Determinants of dependence on social media for accessing news: A study on a sample of journalists in the newsroom, “Psychology and Education”, ISSN: 0033-3077, 15 th March 2021, Scopus-SJR: Q4.
  • Setoutah,S., Jeljeli,R. (2020). Strategy of managing cultural diversity to develop creativity in a learning organization. Utopia y Praxis Latinoamericana, volume 25 (Extra 6), 61-70.
  • Mazouz, A., Alnaji, L., Jeljeli, R., & Al-Shdaifat, F. (2019). Innovation and entrepreneurship framework within the Middle East and North Africa region. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, 11(6), 699–710.
  • Jeljeli, R., Alnaji, L., & Khazam, K. (2018). A comparison between moodle, Facebook, and paper-based assessment tools: Students’ perception of preference and effect on performance. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning
  • Mazouz, A., Alnaji, L., Jeljeli, R., & Al-Shdaifat, F. (2017). Innovation and entrepreneurship framework within the Middle East and North Africa Region. AAU Journal of Business and Law, 1(1), 14–25. Retrieved from www.aau.ac.ae
  • Jeljeli, R., Khazam, K. S., & Alnaji, L. (2017). Are program learning outcomes helping students tackle employability issues in United Arab Emirates? Global Business & Economics Anthology, 1, 68–74.
  • Jeljeli, R. (2010). Hyperlinks and mediated communication of knowledge. International Journal of Information Sciences for Decision Making (ISDM),39, 323–336.

  • Jeljeli, R. (2008). Social media and mediated communication of knowledge. International Journal of Information Sciences for Decision Making (ISDM), 32, 182–192. Retrieved from http://isdm.univ-tln.fr/articles/num_archives.htm#isdm32

                        

Conferences

  • Elbasir, M., Elareshi, M., Habes, M., Jeljeli., & Salloum, S. (2021). Media and Non-Media Students’ Feedback and Improvement of University Teaching and Learning Environment. Paper to be presented at the 2nd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision (AICV2021), 28-30 June, Morocco (Springer - SCOPUS).
  • Aissani.R, Elareshi, M., Jeljeli.R, (2021), Teaching media and communication in Arab universities, a comparative analytical study of the teaching plans of some colleges and departments of media and communication. Paper presented in Media Literacy and Education Conference, Qaboos University, March 23-25, Oman.
  • Farhi.F, Jeljeli.R, (2021), Media and Communication in Arab Universities - An Analytical Comparative Study for Some Media and Communication Faculties and Departments. Paper presented in Media Literacy and Education Conference, Qaboos University, March 23-25, Oman.
  • Setoutah, S., & Jeljeli, R. (2019). The strategy of managing cultural diversity to develop creativity in a learning organization. In Cross-Cultural Communication Conference, 23-24 January. Abu Dhabi, UAE.
  • Mazouz, A., Alnaji, L., & Jeljeli, R. (2017). Innovation indicators and growth in the United Arab Emirates? In Paper presented at The Society’s 30th International Conference, 08-11 January. Abu Dhabi, UAE.
  • Jeljeli, R., Khazam, K., & Alnaji, L. (2017a). Are program learning outcomes helping students tackle employability issues in United Arab Emirates? In Paper presented at the Society’s 30th International Conference, 08-11 January. Abu Dhabi, UAE.
  •  Jeljeli, R., & Mazouz, A. (2016). Knowledge management, and organizational culture: examining the relationship between the two concepts within the gulf region. In Paper presented at the International Conference For Academic Disciplines, 31 January-04 February. Al Ain, UAE.
  • Jeljeli, R., & Qaimari, B. (2016). Exploring the effects of social media use on the mental health of young adults: a case study from Al Ain University. In Paper presented at the International Conference For Academic Disciplines, 31 January-04 February. Al Ain, UAE.
  • Jeljeli, R. (2009). Liens hypertextes et communication médiatisées des connaissances. In TICEMED 2009 - 6th International Conference, Ubiquitous Learning, 28-29 May. Milano, Italia.
  •  Jeljeli, R. (2008a). Contributions of the sociology of communication for the study of the impact of ICT on knowledge communication. In 18th AISLF Congress, 8-11 Jully. Istanbul, Turkey. Retrieved from https://congres2008.aislf.org/
  • Jeljeli, R. (2008b). Réseaux sociaux et communication médiatisée des connaissances. In L’humain dans la formation à distance: la problématique de l’interculture, 21-24 April. Sfax, Tunisia.
  • Jeljeli, R., & Guedri zied. (2008). Knowledge Management and organizational capacity: Case of Tunisian Post Office. In 76th ACFAS Congress, 5-9 May. Quebec, Canada.

Professional Experience

  • 2015 - Ongoing: Assistant Professor, Al Ain University,  College of Communication & Media, UAE.
  • 2007 - 2010: Assistant Professor, University of Carthage (TUNISIA) FSEG Nabeul 
  • 2007 - 2008: Assistant Professor, University of Carthage (TUNISIA) INSAT, University of Science & Technology
  • 2003 - 2007: Adjunct Professor, EM LYON Business School (FRANCE)

 

Teaching Courses

  •  Introduction to journalism 
  •  Mass Communication Law and Ethics
  •  Mass Media in the UAE
  •  Introduction to Advertising 
  •  Introduction to Public Relations
  •  Protocol and Etiquette
  • Public Relations Management
  • Organizational Communication
  •  Printed Advertising
  •  Advertising Management
  •  International Public Relations
  •  Online Public Relations 
  •  Organization of Special Events
  •  Planning Advertising Campaigns
  •  Integrated Marketing Communication
  •  Case studies in Public Relations
  •  Writing for Public Relations
  •  Public Relations Campaigns
  •  Internship (Journalism, Advertising, Public relations)
  •  Graduation Project in Advertising

Memberships

  • Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA), UK
  • Member of Canadian Association of Communication (CCA), Canada
  • Member of the Institute of Research in Information and Communication Sciences (IRICS), France