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Bouhnik Dan
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  1. Bouhnik, D. and Deshen, M., (2014), “WhatsApp Goes to School: Mobile Instant Messaging between Teachers and Students”. Journal of Information Technology Education: Research (JITE: Research) Vol 13 
  2. Bouhnik, D. Deshen, M., (2014), "Gender differences in the moral judgment and behavior of Israeli adolescents in the internet environment", Journal of the American Society for Information Science (JASIST), Vol 65, 3, 551-559

3.      Bouhnik, D. and Giat, Y. (2014). “The Sandwich Generation in Israel – Information Needs and Benefit Awareness”, Sociology Mind. Vol. 4(3). 242-257

4.      Bouhnik, D., Giat, Y. and Gilkis, N. (2013). “The Usability of Israel’s Government Websites”, International Journal of E-Business Development(IJED), Vol. 3(4), 188-198

5.      Bouhnik, D. Carmi, G. (2013). E-course: ICT Elements and Students' Thinking DispositionsJIT- i-manager’s Journal on Information Technology. Sep-Nov 2012, Volume 1, Issue 4. p. 19-33.

6.      Bouhnik, D. and Carmi, G. (2012). E-learning Environments in Academy: Technology, Pedagogy and Thinking Dispositions. JITE - Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 11 p. 201-219.

7.      Bouhnik, D. (2012). "CSE - Controlled Category Search Engine". IEEE Xplore: Digital Library, Volume 6, p. 2649-2652.  

8.      Bouhnik, D. and Deshen, M., "The Affect of the Internet Environment on Adolescents Moral Profile". Magamot, in press. (in Hebrew)

9.      Bouhnik, D. Carmi, G. (2012), "Influence of pedagogical and technological elements computerized teaching processes on thinking dispositions of students in academic courses". Dapim, 53, pp 120-143. (in Hebrew)

  1. Bouhnik D. and Giat, Y. 2009, “Teaching High School Students Applied Logical Reasoning: A Case Study”, The Journal of Information Technology Education, 8, pp. 161-176.
  2. Bouhnik D. and Giat, Y. 2009, “Asynchronous Learning Sources in a High-Tech Organization”, Journal of Workplace Learning, 21(5), pp. 416-430.
  3. Bouhnik, D., “Youth Addiction to the Internet in Israel”, Meidat, Vol 4, (2008), 20-32
  4. Bouhnik, D., “A model design proposal of a supportive web site for women experiencing IPV: Catering for needs at different phases of the coping process”, Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society (JICES), Vol 5, 2/3, (2007), 116-139
  5. Bouhnik D. and T.Hershkowitz-Dahari, “Hypertext in Electronic Books for children”, Meidat, Vol 3, (2007), 44-61
  6. Bouhnik D. and Carmi, G., "Concept Changes of Assessment Processes of students in Virtual Courses", Dagim, Issue 2, (2005) Sep-Oct (Online).
  7. Bouhnik D. and Marcus, T. “Interaction in Distance Learning Courses”, November 2005, Journal of the American Society for Information Science (JASIST), Vol 57, 3, (2005), 299-305

Chapter in book:

1. Bouhnik, D. Carmi, G. (2014), Multicultural Awareness and Technology in Higher Education: Global Perspectives, Chapter 15. ISBN13: 9.78147E+12; EISBN13: 9.78147E+12. "Computer Skills and Prior Experience with E-Learning Courses as Factors that Affect. Development of Intellectual Thinking Dispositions in Online Learning".


Presentations at Refereed Conferences with Published Proceedings.


1.      IAFOR – The Asian Conference on Technology, Information & Society 2014. "The Information Gatekeeper".

2.      Meital’s 12th Annual Conference, 2014. "Does the learning environment move to the WhatsApp?"

3.      Chais Conference, 2014. "Flipped It and Get It All".

4. ASIS&T 76th Annual Conference, Montreal, 2013. "The Involvement of Israeli

Adolescents in Illegal Downloading of Music from the Internet". ASIST proceedings:Digital Library.

5.The 6th IE&M Research Conference, 2013, "The Link between Knowledge Management Infrastructure and Organizational Innovation: an empirical study",  Poster

6.      i-Society 2013 - International Conference on Information Society, Toronto, Canada.   "Thinking Styles in Virtual Learning Courses".

7.. "a Profile of Adolescence who surf the Internet as Characteristic of Unethical Behavior in a Virtual Environment"

  1. IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems, International Conference e-Learning 2012, Lisbon, Portugal. "Experience, knowledge and previous study in E-learning courses"

9. The 9th International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Knowledge Discovery, 2012,

Chongqing, China. "Controlled Category Search Engine"  

10.  The 17th National Industrial Engineering and Management Conference, 2012. “The ISO9001 Standard as a Basis of Knowledge Management"

11.  Chais Conference, 2012. "Immoral Behavior of Adolescents in a Virtual Environment"

12.  Torah and Science Conference  2011, Jerusalem college of Technology. "Halachic Information systems and their influence on Halachic decisions in the Information Era",

13.  Chase Conference, 2011, "The Reciprocity between Learning-Content Management System (LCMS) and the Assessment of learners in E-learning Courses”

14.  Inter-University Researchers Conference, Gallil College. 2011. “Terror and Internet”,

15.  Initiatives for Learning Advancement in Academic Environments – Braude College. 2010. "The influence of Pedagogical and Technological Components of the Teaching Processes on The Thinking dispositions of Students in Academic Courses",

16.  Meital’s 8th Annual Conference, 2010.  “Intellectual Thinking Dispositions of Students in the Academia - the potential of a Virtual Learning Environment" ,

17.  Chase Conference, 2010. “Enhancement of Intellectual Thinking Dispositions on Virtual Learning".

18.  Info 2009 – The 24th Annual Conference, (2009). "Youth Addiction to the Internet in Israel".

19.  Inter-University Researchers Conference, (2008).  "Thinking Styles in a Virtual Learning Course – Case Study".

20.  Chase Conference, (2008). “Thinking Styles in a Virtual Learning Course”.

21.  Chase Conference, (2007), Poster. “Concept Changes of Assessment Processes of students in Virtual Courses”, Poster.

22.  Multi Knowledge Conference – ICL, (2007), “Thinking Styles in a Virtual Learning Course”.

23.  Meital’s 4th Annual Conference, (2005), “Advanced Assessment in an Online Technology Reality”.

24.  Meital’s 4th Annual Conference, (2005). “Thinking Styles in a Virtual Learning Course”.

25.  Meital’s 3rd Annual Conference, (2005). “Interaction in distance-learning courses”.

26.  Annual Conference, (2004). “Fully Online Courses In Bar Ilan University – Research, Experiences and Insights”.

27.  Georgia State University - International Convention of Technology, (1998), Science Technology and Computers – and what’s between them”,

28.  Georgia State University - International Convention of Technology, (1997). Microcomputers and Technology”,

29.  The 2nd International Conference - Teacher education: Stability, Evolution and Revolution, (1996).  On-line assimilation – ‘Assimilation Coordinatr’.

30.   The 2nd International Conference - Teacher education: Stability, Evolution and Revolution, (1996).  ’MISHALOT’ – Question Data Base and Test Generator.

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  1. D. Bouhnik, “Preparing for Matriculation Exams in Computer Science”, (1995), 352.
  2. D. Bouhnik, “Advanced Issues on Computer Science”, (1996), 338.


Books edited

1.    D. Bouhnik, “Resourcefulness and Wisdom”, Yesodot Institute, (2007), 294.



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