Shuyan Wang




Dr. Shuyan Wang earned her doctoral degree in Instructional Technology at Ohio University in 2004. As a tenured Associate Professor at USM, Dr. Wang teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in Instructional Technology programs. She is the advisor of undergraduate and graduate students. She is currently the Graduate Program Coordinator for the Master's program in Instructional Technology & Design. Her research interests include technology integration into teaching and learning, technology integration into EFL classroom, distance learning, e-learning, assessment, and electronic portfolios.

Dr. Wang has large numbers of publications in the format of books, book chapters, research articles, and has conducted over 70 local, national, and international conference presentations. In addition, she was invited to give lectures and be the keynote speaker in various Chinese universities and international conferences since the summer of 2008, which provided her with the opportunity to exchange research ideas and teaching experiences with the experts in the field as well as establishing cooperative relationship internationally.

Dr, Wang has been actively involved in several national and international academic associations as a member and/or a board member. She was the vice president and the president of the Society of International Chinese in Educational Technology (SICET) since 2007. She served as an editorial board member for the academic journals such as Journal of Visual Literacy and International Journal of Information & Communication. She has been the managing editor of the Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange sponsored by SICET since 2008. Dr. Wang also served as a chair, facilitator, presider, proposal reviewer, and/or the conference chair at various national or international conferences.

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Aug 4th 2014

Beyond providing an introduction to the theories of teaching and learning with technology, this course will create a technology-enhanced learning environment where students can experience how these technologies help them learn.

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