ד"ר גלי נווה

ד"ר גלי נווה

Gali Naveh is a Lecturer in the department of Industrial Engineering and Management at Shamoon College of Engineering (Israel) and the head of the Information Systems track in the department. She holds a B.Sc. in computer science and M.Sc. and Ph.D. in information systems from Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva (Israel). In 2016 she joined the center for Promotion of Teaching at Shamoon College of Engineering and is in charge of the integration of teaching and learning technology in the college. Dr. Naveh has rich practical experience with post-secondary educational institutes and information systems implementation in business organizations. Her main interest is information and communication technologies integration processes and their value in academic and industrial settings


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2005-2009    Ph.D Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Industrial Engineering and Management Department

2002-2004    M.Sc. Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Industrial Engineering and Management Department

1992-1995    B.Sc. (Cum Laude) in Mathematics and Computer Science, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

1989-1991    Teaching Certificate, Kaye College, Israel. 

תחומי מחקר

Technology integration into academic teaching and learning (1 peer reviewed paper + papers conference proceedings)

מענקי מחקר

Planning and Budgeting Committee (Vatat), Principal Investigator (PI) for Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, with D. Tubin (Co-PI) of the Department of Education and N. Pliskin (Co-PI) of the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management. 'Tools for Knowledge Work (word processing, spreadsheets, presentations) - Development of an on line course', Total 15 months amount $20,000.


Naveh, G. & Shelef, A. (2022). Lecture Recording Success in Academic Face- to- Face teaching. Educational Media International, 1-4.


Naveh G., Bakun-Mazor, D., Tavor, D. & Shelef, A (2022). Problem-based learning in a theoretical course in civil engineering: Students’ perspectives. Advances in Engineering Education, 10(3), 46-67.


Naveh. G. & Shelef, A. (2022). Learning management system success: The role of student experience explored (2022). International Journal of Learning Technology, 17(2), 154-171.


Meyer, S. & Naveh, G. (2021). Mobile application for promoting gluten free diet self-management in adolescents with celiac disease: proof-of-concept study. Nutrients, 13(5).


Naveh, G & Shelef, A. (2020). Analyzing attitudes of students toward the use of technology for learning: simplicity is the key to successful implementation in higher education. International Journal of Educational Management, 35(2), 382-393.


Naveh, G. & D. Bykhovsky, D. (2020). Online Peer Assessment in Undergraduate Electrical Engineering Course. IEEE Transactions on Education, 64(1), 58-65. 


Hadad, Y, Keren, B, & Naveh, G. (2019). The relative importance of teaching evaluation criteria from the points of view of students and faculty. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 45(3), 447-459.


Levi-Bleich, M, Naveh, G, Pliskin, N, and Fink, L (2018). Mobile Technology and Business Process Performance: The Mediating Role of Collaborative Supply-Chain Capabilities. Information Systems Management, 35(4), 308-329.


Naveh, G, & Shelef, A (2017). Does Platform Matter? A Case study of Learning Management System. International Journal of Information and Education Technology, 7(10), 749-752.


Naveh, G, Even, A, Fink, L & Berman, S (2015). Information Technology Education in a Digital Factory Learning Environment. Intelligent Automation & Soft Computing, 21(4), 659-672.


Naveh, G, Tubin, D & Pliskin, N (2012). Student Satisfaction with Learning Management Systems: A lens of critical success factors. Technology, Pedagogy and Education (RTPE), 21(3), 337-350.


Naveh G, Tubin, D, & Pliskin, N (2010). Student LMS use and satisfaction in academic institutions: The organizational perspective. Internet and Higher Education, 13(3), 127-133. 


Naveh G, Tubin, D, & Pliskin, N (2006). Web Sites for Every Department Cours, Campus-Wide Information Systems (CWIS), 23(2), 68-75.


Since 2017     B.Sc. program. Databases

Since 2014     B.Sc. program. Information System Analysis and Design

Since 2014     B.Sc. program. Communication Networks

Since 2014     M.Sc. program. Information Security