Dr. Zhigang Li

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Instructional Designer, College of Computing and Software Engineering

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., University of Central Florida
  • M.A., University of Central Florida
  • B.E., Lanzhou University, China

CONTACT

  • Office: Library Annex C-133E, Marietta Campus
  • Telephone: 470-578-4482
  • Email: zli8@kennesaw.edu

RESPONSIBILITIES

Instructional design models, faculty development, pedagogy, instructional technology, online learning, course design, technology-enhanced course facilitation, online program management, learning management systems, interactive learning objects design and development

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

  • 2014 Sloan-C award for Effective Practice Award for Innovations in Online Education
  • 2008 First Place Winner of Doctoral Presentation, College of Education 40th Anniversary Research Symposium: Research and Practice, University of Central Florida
  • 2008 Graduate Travel Award. University of Central Florida
  • 2006 Dean’s Graduate Fellowship. University of Central Florida
  • 2005 Provost Graduate Fellowship. University of Central Florida

PUBLICATIONS

  • Li, Z., Tsai, M., Tao, J., & Lorentz, C. (2014). Switching to blended learning: The impact on students’ academic performance. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 4(3).

  • Tao, J. & Li, Z. (2012). A case study on computerized take-home testing: Benefits and pitfalls. International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning, 8(1).

  • Chen, Y. & Li, Z. (2010). An investigation of Web2.0 and interaction. Volume #2 of the 33rd Annual Proceedings on the Practice of Educational Communications and Technology (pp. 51-54). Bloomington, IN: AECT.

PRESENTATIONS

  • Li, Z. & Ku, C. (2012, October). Adopting a Learning Management System – The Instructors’ Perspective. Concurrent session presented at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Louisville, KY

  • Li, Z. & Ku, C. (2010, October). Factors affecting faculty’s adoption of learning management system at a private university in Taiwan. Roundtable session presented at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Anaheim, CA.

  • Chen, Y. & Li, Z. (2010, October). An investigation of Web 2.0 and interaction. Concurrent session presented at the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communication and Technology, Anaheim, CA.

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