Dr. Oran Zane Devilly is the research lead for CoLEAD (Centre for Learning Environment and Assessment Development) and faculty for ICT at the Singapore Institute of Technology. He generally teaches subjects related to software design and development and game design and development. Prior to joining SIT, he oversaw the BSc Game Design and Development and was the director of Learning Teaching and Student Experience at the University of Worcester in the UK where he was made a fellow of the University and a fellow of the higher education academy in the UK. Oran holds a PhD in Computer Science related to Adaptive Artificial Intelligence from the University of Warwick (UK). Since joining SIT he has been involved in a number of successful research grant proposals, which are aligned with his research interests in gamification, game based learning, educational technology and education, scholarship of teaching and learning and artificial intelligence.
Research Lead for CoLEAD
PhD (Computer Science)
University of Warwick,
Game Based Learning
Adaptive Artificial Intelligence
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Lim S. M., Devilly, O., Tan C. T., Kok, X.-F. K.,O., Jasin, J., Sagaran, S. B., & Foo Y. L. (2021). Use Of Gamified Platform To Improve Freshmen Approaches to Learning. Amps-Proceedings-Series-23.2-1
Devilly, O., Jasin, J., Lim, S. M., & Foo, Y. L. (2021). Experience of students in cooperative education – A case study of Singapore’s work-study degree programme. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education.
Lim S. M., Devilly, O., Jasin, J., Kok, X.-F. K., Tan C. T., & Foo Y. L. (2021). Effectiveness of AdventureLEARN, an online gamified platform for improving approaches to learning. Asian Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 11(2), 76-92.
Soon W. C., Mun W. L., Devilly, O., Yun D. O.; Yunqing G.; Bhing L. T., (2021). Novel Augmented Reality Enhanced Solution towards Vocational Training for People with Mental Disabilities. 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality Adjunct (ISMAR-Adjunct)
Devilly, O., and Muhammad Mustafa, N. (2016) Understanding Motivation and Engagement of Mature-Aged Individuals in Training and Learning, Journal of Workplace Learning. Presented at the 9th International Conference on Researching Work and Learning, Singapore
Devilly, O., (2015) Adaptive Systems for Engagement in Education, Presentation at Doctoral Colloquium, University of Warwick, UK.
Devilly, O., (2017) Learning Nodes, Beyond Boundaries, University of Worcester Learning & Teaching Conference (UK)