Dr. Liyan Song received her Ph.D. in Instructional Technology from The University
of Georgia in 2005. She has worked at Towson University since then. Dr. Song teaches
different levels of courses in the Instructional Technology program including undergraduate,
master graduate, and doctoral level courses. She is the program director for the Instructional
Technology Master’s program (EDTE and ISDV tracks). In addition she advises doctoral
students on their dissertations as their dissertation advisor or dissertation committee
Sadera, W., Song, L. & Liu, L. (Eds.) (2017). Research on One-to-One Learning [Special
issue]. Computers in the Schools: Interdisciplinary Journal of Practice, Theory and Applied
Research, 34 (1, 2).
Cavanaugh, A., & Song, L. (2015). Audio and written comments in an online undergraduate
composition class: Student and instructor approaches and preferences. American Journal of Distance Education, 29(4).
Elmendorf, D., & Song, L. (2015). Developing indicators for a classroom observation
tool on pedagogy and technology integration: A Delphi Study. Computers in the Schools, 32(1), 1-19, DOI:10.1080/07380569.2014.967620
Cavanaugh, A., & Song, L. (2014). Audio feedback vs. written feedback: Instructors'
and students' perspectives. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 10(1), 122-138. Available at http://jolt.merlot.org/vol10no1/cavanaugh_0314.pdf
Sadara, W.A., Li, Q., Song, L., & Liu, L. (2014). Digital Game-Based learning. Computers in Schools, 31(1-2), 1-1, DOI: 10.1080/07380569.2014.879801
Song, L. (2014). Instructors’ perspectives on online assessment practices: A qualitative
investigation. Paper presented at the annual conference of Association for Educational
Communication and Technology, Jacksonville, FL.
Roush, C. & Song, L. (2013). The impact of using clickers technology on classroom
instruction: Students’ and teachers’ perspectives. The Canadian Journal of Action Research, 14(1), 21-37
Song, L., Lohnes Watulak, S., Kritskaya, O., & Elmendorf, D. (2013). Exploring undergraduate
students’ skills, level of comfort, and perceived benefit of using technology for
learning, International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning, 9(1), 18-36. Available at https://sicet.org/main/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/ijttl-13-01-2_Song.pdf
West, R. E., Hannafin, M. J., Hill, J. & Song, L. (2013). Cognitive perspectives on
online learning environments. In M. Moore (Ed.) Handbook of Distance Education (3rd ed., pp125-142). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.