Hany Fazza is Arabic Language Instructor at Georgetown University in Qatar. His research has focused on the teaching of Arabic to native students, computer language-assisted learning (CALL), and mobile language-assisted learning (MALL).
Fazza is a chapter contributor to Teaching in the Post COVD-19 Era (Springer, 2022) and co-author of Student Engagement in Online and Blended Learning in a Higher Education Institution in the Middle East: Challenges and Solutions (Studies in Technology Enhanced Learning, 2021).
With funding from GU-Q, Fazza created a mobile application called The Qatari Phrasebook, which was used by FIFA World Cup 2022 fans, a draft interactive mobile application for teaching advanced Arabic learners the prepositions and postpositions of Arabic, and an interactive e-book for teaching the Arabic alphabet to novice Arabic learners. He is also a principal investigator for the Qatar Linguistic Digital Map Project, funded by a Qatar National Research Fund grant.Mr. Fazza received his M.A in teaching Arabic as a foreign language from the American University in Cairo and his M.S. in multidisciplinary studies from the State University of New York. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in e-research and technology-enhanced learning at Lancaster University.