Dr. Li earned her doctorate in Educational Technology from the University of Toronto in 2001. She is Towson's newest ISTC faculty member and began teaching at Towson in 2011. Dr. Li has taught ISTC 541 Foundations of Instructional Technology and a special topics course, ISTC 674 Digital Game-Based Learning. She also teaches instructional technology courses at the undergraduate level. Dr. Li has research interests in the areas of cyberbullying, digital game-based learning, and the development of the theoretical framework for enactivism. She has made presentations at both the local and national levels and has authored several articles for publication. Some of Dr. Li’s most recent publications include:
Li, Q., Moorman, L. & Dyjur, P. (2010). Inquiry-based learing and e-mentoring via videoconferencing: A study of mathematics and science learning of Canadian rural students.
Educational Technology Research & Development, 58(6), 729-753.
Li, Q. (2010). Cyberbullying in high schools: A study of students’ behaviors and beliefs about this new phenomenon. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma. 19(4), 372-392.
Li, Q., Clark, B., & Winchester, I. (2010). Instructional design and technology with enactivism: A shift of paradigm? British Journal of Educational Technology, 41(3), 403-419.