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Qing Li, Ph.D.


Office:   Hawkins Hall, Room 107D
Phone:   410-704-4631

Qing Li

Dr. Li is a full professor at the Department of Educational Technology and Literacies in Towson University. She earned her doctorate in Educational Technology from the University of Toronto in 2001. Dr. Li has taught various courses in the fields of educational technology, game based learning, and mathematics education at the undergraduate and graduate level. Dr. Li has research interests in the areas of cyberbullying, digital game-based learning, and E-learning and technology enhanced learning. Her research has culminated in over 60 peer reviewed journal articles, 1 book, major research funding, and numerous conference presentations. Some of Dr. Li’s most recent publications include:

Li, Cross & Smith (2012). Cyberbullying in the Global Playground: Research from International Perspectives. London: Wiley-Blackwell.

Li, Q. (2012). Understanding enactivism: A study of affordances and constraints of engaging practicing teachers as digital game designers. Educational Technology Research & Development. 60(5), 785-806. DOI: 10.1007/s11423-012-9255-4.

Li, Q., Lemieux, C., Vandermeiden, E. & Nathoo, S. (2013). Are you ready to teach secondary mathematics in the 21st century? A study of pre-service teachers’ digital game design experience. Journal of Research on Technology in Education. 45 (4), 309-338.






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