RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

 

MAIN PUBLICATION AT A GLANCE:

  • 2 books and 4 book chapters
  • over 60 refereed journal artilces
  • over 60 conference papers
  • 11 invited/keynote speakers
  • Journal paper titled “New bottle but old wine: A research of cyberbullying in schools” awarded the "Top Cited Article 2007-2011"
  • Book chapter in an ALA award nominated book titled "Encyclopedia of Cyber Behavior"

My research contains three areas: educational technology and gaming, mathematics and science education, and cyberbullying. They often overlap and complement one another, as they allow me to understand how technology supported-learning occurs in schools; how we can enhance mathematics and science learning with the help of technology, and how to promote ethical use of technology in this new digital society.

  • Educational Technology and Gaming
  • The research and theory on educational technology to investigate how to design educational environments appropriate for learning, with an emergent interest in the use of games and web 2.0 grounded in enactivism.
  • Math and Science Education
  • Mathematics and science education, including the exploration of how technology can enhance mathematics and science learning in schools.

BOOKS

    book-small[2] Li, Q., Cross, D., Smith, P. (Eds.) (2012).Bullying in the Global Village. Boston: Blackwell Publishing. Book ready to order

    [1] Guo, S., Guo, Y., Beckett, G., Li, Q. & Guo, L. (2012). Teaching under China's Market Economy: Five Case Studies. Brussels: Education International.

     

    BOOK CHAPTERS

    [4] Li, Q. & Lambert, D. (2012). Cyberbullying behaviors. In Y. Zhen (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Cyber Behavior, pp. 918-930. PA: Hershey: IGI Global Publisher. This book is nominated for the Outstanding Reference Resources Award byAmerican Library Association.

    [3] Li, Q. & Fung, T. (2012). Predicting student behaviors: Cyberbullies, cybervictims, and bystaners. In Q. Li, D. Cross, & P. Smith (eds.), Bullying in the Global Village, (pp. 99-114). Boston: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

    [2] Li, Q., Smith, P., & Cross, D. (2012). Research into cyberbullying: Context. In Q. Li, D. Cross, & P. Smith (eds.), Bullying in the Global Village, (pp. 3-10). Boston: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

    [1] Cross, D., Li, Q. & Smith, P. (2012). Understanding and preventing cyberbullying: Where have we been and where should we be going? In Q. Li, D. Cross, & P. Smith (eds.), Bullying in the Global Village, (pp. 287-305). Boston: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

REFEREED JOURNAL PAPERS

- “He who learns but does not think is lost. He who thinks but does not learn is in great danger.” Confucius (551-479 BCE)


 

2014-present

[62] Li, Q., Vandermeiden, E., Lemieux, C. & Nathoo, S. (in press). Digital game building in high school mathematics classrooms. Computers in the Schools

[61] Li, Q. & Tay, R. (2014). Improving drivers' knowledge of road rules using digital games. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 65, 8-10. Download from: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S000145751300482X

2013

[60] Li, Q. (2013). Digital games and learning: A study of preservice teachers' perceptions. International Journal of Play, 2(2), 101-106. DOI:10.1080/21594937.2013.817105. 

[59] 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), 309-337.

[58] Guo, S., Guo, Y., Beckett, G., Li, Q., & Guo, L (2013). Changes in Chinese Education under Globalisation and Market Economy: Emerging Issues and Debates.Compare. 43(2), 244-264.DOI:10.1080/03057925.2012.721524

2012

[57] Li, Q. (2012). Disparities between urban and rural teachers under China's market economy: A case study of Hunan province. Canadian and International Education, 41(2). 71-86.

[56 ]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

[55] Li, Q., Tay, R. & Lousi, R. (2012). Designing digital games to teach road safety: A study of graduate students' experience. Loading, 6(9), 17-35.

[54] Li, Q.& Groen, J. (2012). Moving to a New Land: A Case Study of Secondary Teachers’ Experience of Online Teaching. International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design, 2(3), 19-32. 

2010

[53] Li, Q. (2010). Digital game building: Learning in a participatory culture. Educational Research, 52(4), 427-443.

[52] 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.

[51] 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.

[50]Li, Q. & Ma, X. (2010). A meta-analysis of the effects of computer technology on school students’ mathematics learning. Educational Psychology Review. 22 (3), 215-244.

[49] Dyjur, P. & Li, Q. (2010).A study of designing an inquiry-based unit in mathematics and science. Journal on School Educational Technology. 5(4), 35-43.

[48] 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.

2009

[47] Li, Q., Dyjur, P., Nicholson, N., & Moorman, L. (2009). Using videconferncing to provide mentorship in inquiry-based urban and rural secondary classrooms. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 35(3), 1-22.

[46] Li, Q. (2009). Enhancing student learning: A model for technology-enabled inquiry with the support of a virtual mentorship program. Journal of Educational Technology, 6(1), 42-52.

[45] Li, Q. (2009). Collaborative knowledge-building: A longitudinal study. Journal of Educational Technology, 6(3), 42-57.

[44] Li, Q. (2009). Knowledge-building in an online environment: A design-based research study, Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 37(2), 195-216.

2008

[43] Li, Q. (2008). Digital games, CMC, and women: How enactivism helps reform e-learning?Asian Women, 24(4), 1-20.

[42] Li, Q. (2008). A cross-cultural comparison of adolescents' experience related to cyberbullying. Educational Research. 50(3), 223-234.

[41] Li, Q. (2008). Cyberbullying in schools: An examination of preservice teachers' perception. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 34(2), 75-90.

[40] Li, Q. (2008). Bullying, school violence and more: A research model. International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning. 12(19).

[39] Thomas, D. & Li, Q. (2008). From Web 2.0 to Teacher 2.0. Computers in the Schools, Special Issue: Web 2.0 in Education. 199-210.

[38] Li, Q. & Crichton, S. (2008). Modeling the model: Encouraging communities of practice. In J. Salmons & L. Wilson (eds.), Handbook of Research on Electronic Collaboration and Organizational Synergy.

[37] Thomas, D. Li, Q. , Knott, & Li, Z. (2008). The structure of student dialogue in web-assisted mathematics courses. Journal of Educational Technology Systems. 36 (4), 415-431.

[36] Li, Q. & Ma, X. (2008). Technology in mathematics classrooms: A meta-analysis of the recent literature. Journal on School Educational Technology. 3(4), 34-54.

[35] Li, Q. (2008). Equity in Math and Science: A Technology-Supported Teaching and Learning Model. Journal of Educational Technology Systems. 36 (3), 287-295.

2007

[34] Mok, I. & Li, Q. (2007). Integrating videoconferencing technology into classroom practices as a way to work with others in the larger community.Malaysian Journal of Distance Education, 9(2), 107-124.

[33] Beran, T., & Li, Q. (2007). The relationship between cyber-bullying and school bullying. Journal of Student Wellbeing. 1(2), 15-33.

[32] Li, Q. (2007). Bullying in the New Playground: A Research into Cyberbullying and Cyber Victimization. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. 23(4), 435-454.

[31] Li, Q. (2007). Student and Teacher Views about Technology: A Tale of Two Cities?Journal of Research on Technology in Education , 39(4), 377-397.

[30] Li, Q. (2007). Mathematics, science, and technology in secondary schools: Do gender and region make a difference? Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology. 33(1), 41-57.

[29] Li, Q. (2007). New bottle but old wine: A research of cyberbullying in schools. Computers in Human Behavior, 23(4), 1777-1791. This paper is awarded "Top Cited Article" during the period of 2007-2011.

2006

[28] Li, Q. (2006). Knowledge-building in an online environment: A design-based research study. Malaysian Journal of Distance Education, 8(1), 1-24.

[27] Li, Q. (2006). Integrating online discussion: Broadening the conversation. The Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 6(2), 204-217.

[26] Li, Q. (2006). Computer-mediated communication: A meta-analysis of male and female altitudes and behaviors. International Journal on E-Learning, 5(4), 525-570.

[25] Li, Q. Guy, M., Baker, M. & Holen, J. (2006). Partnering pre-service and in-service teachers: What works?Jounal of Educational Technology Systems, 34(4), 387-399. Download the paper here.

[24] Li, Q. (2006). Cyberbullying in schools: A research of gender differences. School Psychology International, 27(2), 157-170.

2005

[23] Li, Qing. (2005). Infusing technology into a mathematics methods course: Any impact? Educational Research, 47(2). 217-233.

[22] Li, Q. & Edmonds, K. (2005). Mathematics and at-risk adult learners: Would technology help? Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 38(2), 143-166.

[21] Li, Q. & Akins, M. (2005). Sixteen Myths about Online Teaching & Learning in Higher Education: Do Not Belief Everything You Hear. TechTrend.49(4), 51-58.

[20] Groen, J. & Li, Q. (2005). Achieving the Benefits of Blended Learning within a Fully Online Learning Environment: A Focus on Synchronous Communication. Educational Technology, 45(6), 31-37.

[19] Beran, T. & Li, Q. (2005). Cyber-Harassment: A Study of a New Method for an Old Behavior. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 32(3), 265-277.

[18] Li, Q. (2005). Gender and CMC: A review on conflict and harassment. Australia Journal of Educational Technology, 21(3), 382-406.

2004

[17] Edmonds, K. & Li, Q. (2004). At-risk learners, technology, and mathematics: The effects and the guidelines for design. International Journal of Learning, 11. 1103-1109.

[16] Li, Qing. (2004). Beliefs and gender differences: A new model for research in mathematics education. Interchange. 35(4), 423-445.

[15] Li, Qing. (2004). Interaction and Communication: Elementary students' learning of mathematics and science in a CMC setting. Journal of Educational Technology Systems. 32(3), 337-361.

[14] Li, Qing & Brad Johnson (2004). Diverse populations and Cognitive Flexibility Theory: An instructional model. Educational Technology. 44(5), 55-58.

[13] Li, Qing (2004). Knowledge Building Community: Keys for Using Online Forum. TechTrends. 48(4),24-28. Click here to download pdf file.

[12] Crichton, Susan & Li, Qing .(2004) Expert Practice and the Development of Learning Objects: Essential Resources for Online and Distributed Education. Educational Technology. 44(2), 37-42.

2003 & before

[11] Li, Qing (2003). Would we teach without technology? A professor's experience of teaching mathematics education incorporating the Internet.Educational Research (UK), 45(1), 61-77.

[10] Li, Qing (2003). Gender and Computer-Mediated Communication: An Exploration of Elementary Students' Mathematics and Science Learning. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 21(4), 341-359

[9] Li, Qing (2002). Exploration of collaborative learning and communication in an educational environment using CMC. Journal of Research on Technology in Education.34(4), 503-516.

[8] Li, Qing (2002). Interaction and communication: An examination of gender differences in elementary student mathematics and science learning using CMC. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 30 (3), 403-426.

[7] Li, Qing (2002). Review Essay. [Review of the book Ghosts in the Machine: Women's Voices in Research with Technology], International Electronic Journal For Leadership in Learning, 6(18) .

[6] Li, Qing (2001) Development of the Collaborative Learning Measure in CMC. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, v30, n1, 19-41.

[5] Li, Qing (2000) The rainforest and WWW: A new approach to exploring mathematics. Micromath, v16, n1, 28-33.

[4] Li, Qing (1999) Teachers' beliefs and gender differences in mathematics: A review. Educational Research (NFER), v41, n1, 63-76.

[3] Li, Qing (1999) Gender differences, mathematics, and CSILE. Women's Studies and the Internet, Resources for Feminist Research, v27, n1/2, 143-152.

[2] Li, Qing (1997). Angles, lines, and circles: An alternative approach to teaching geometry. Mathematics in School, v26, n2, 2-4.

[1] Li, Qing (1996). Mathematics and young children: A case study. Canadian Children, V21 (2), 10-13.

 


INVITED SPEAKER

 


[9] Li, Q. (Aug. 9, 2011, Invited panelist by US Department of Education). Cyberbullying and Technology. Panelist address at the 2011 Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools national conference. Washington, DC, USA.

[8] Li, Q. (June 21, 2009, Keynote speaker). Building relationships with your kids: Let's explore digital games and cyberbullying. Calgary Mental Health Carnival, Calgary, Canada.

[7] Li, Q. (Oct. 10, 2008, Invited speaker). Invited speaker of the UNESCO Symposium "Gender Sensitivity and Diversity in E-Learning" organized by the Research Institute of Asian Women (RIAW) of Sookmyung Women's university, Seoul, Korea.

[6] Li, Q. (Sept.4, 2008, Keynote speaker). Cyberbullying and youth. Everyone Belongs Conference, Calgary, AB, Canada.

[5] Li, Q. (Apr. 26, 2007, Invited speaker). Research in Math and Science with Videoconferencing and email. Invited speaker at the Alberta Education Workshop -- Videoconferencing: Using Blended Technologies to Engage Students. Edmonton, AB.

[4] Li, Q. & Ard. A. (June 3, 2006). Technology in mathematics classrooms: Manipulatives and virtual manipulatives. Invited presentation at the Inquiry-Based Teaching and Learning of Mathematics conference, Calgary, Canada

[3] Li Q. (Oct. 19, 2005). Sharing Expertise via Videoconferencing: Fads, Fantasy or a Fascinating Opportunity? Invited at the Canadian Association for Distance Education, keynote address Wise & Witty Weekday Event. Canada.

[2] Li, Q. (Feb. 2005, Invited speaker). Mathematics and Science Learning in High School: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Invited speaker at the annual meeting of the Upper Midwest Aerospace Consortium, North Dakota, USA.

[1] Li, Q. (Mar., 2002, invited speaker). Geometry and spatial sense. Paper presented at the North Dakota Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NDCTM) spring conference. Fargo, ND.


CONFERENCE PAPERS

 


[66] Li, Q.  (April, 2014). Build my game for my students? Practicing teachers' experience of digital game designPaper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, Philadelphia, PA. 

[65] Li, Q. (March 2013). Teaching secondary mathematics: Preservice teachers' digital game design, pedagogy, and 21st century skills. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning, Oklahoma City, OK.

[64] Li, Q. (March 2013). Digital game building as assessment: A study of secondary students' experience. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning and nominated for the Best Paper for the ABSEL Annual Meeting, Oklahoma City, OK.

[63] Li, Q. & Chapman, O. (July, 2012). Facilitating prospective secondary mathematics teachers’ learning through iMovies and games. Paper presented at the 36th Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME) conference. Taipei, Taiwan.

[62]Li, Q. (May, 2012). A case study of urban and rural teachers in Hunan, China. Paper presented at the annual conference of Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), London, ON., Canada.

[61] Li, Q., Nathoo, S., Vandermeiden, E., Lemieux, C. (March 2012). Practicing teachers as digital game creators: A study of the design considerations, Nominated for the Best Paper for the 39th Annual Meeting of Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning (ABSEL), San Diego.

[60] Li, Q., Lemieux, C., Vandermeiden, E., & Nathoo, S. (March, 2012). Digital game design and building: A study of secondary mathematics preservice teachers’ experiences, paper presented at the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference. Austin, TX.

[59] Li, Q. (May 2011). The teacher as digital game designer: Learning in a Participatory Culture. Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, New Orleans.

[58] Li, Q. & Liu, Y. (May 2011). Use of teacher-designed games for in-class implementation.Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, New Orleans.

[57] Li, Q. (Nov. 2010). Learning through digital game building in a complex world of participatory culture. International Conference on Complexity, Chinese Culture and Curriculum Reform, Shanghai, China.

[56] Li, Q. (Aug, 2010). Teaching with e-mentoring via videoconferencing: Effects of reform orieted professional development on teacher beliefs and practices. Paper to be presented at the International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Cambridge.

[55] Li, Q. (July, 2010). Technology supported brain-based learning through inquiry: A model. Paper to be presented at the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology Conference, Paris.

[54] Li, Q. & Reilly, E. (May, 2010). Learning in a participatory culture: A case study of teachers who teach marginalized students. Paper to be presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, Denver.

[53] Li, Q. & Chapman, O. (May, 2010).iMovie in prospective secondary mathematics teacher education. Paper to be presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, Denver.

[52] Li, Q. (May, 2010).Enactivism in practice: Learning through building computer games in a participatory culture. Paper to be presented at symposium "Embodied and Enactive Approaches to Instruction: Implications and Innovations" at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, Denver.

[51] Li, Q. & Ma, X. (Apr. 2009).The Effects of Computers in Schools on Math Achievement: A Meta-Analysis of Existing Literature. Paper to be presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, San Diego.

[50] Li, Q., Moorman, L., & Dyjur, P. (March. 2008).Inquiry-Based Learning and Virtual Visitation via Broadband, Interactive Technology: A Study of Mathematics and Science Learning in Rural Schools. Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, New York.

[49] Li, Q. (Apr. 2007). Virtual visitation and feminist pedagogy: A study of secondary students. Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, Chicago.

[48] Li, Q. (Apr. 2007). Examining cyberbullying through a different angle: A study of preservice teachers' perceptions. Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, Chicago.

[47] Li, Q. (January 2007). Videoconferencing in education: Virtual visitation in teacher education and k-12 classrooms. Paper presented at the annual College Teaching & Learning conference, Hawaii.

[46] Li, Q. & Mok, I. (January 2007). Integrating videoconferencing in eduction to connect with the larger community: Practical guidelines. Paper presented at the annual College Teaching & Learning conference, Hawaii.

[45] Li, Q. & Nicholson, N. (Nov. 2006). New technology supported educational practice and teacher education: An exploration of virtual visitation . Paper presented at the International Conference on Teacher Education, Calgary, Canada.

[44] Mok, I. & Li, Q. (Nov. 2006). Integrating videoconference teachnology into classroom practices as a way to work with others in the larger community. Paper presented at the International Conference on Teacher Education, Calgary, Canada.

[43] Li, Q., Ard, A. & Nicholson, N. (June. 2006). Mathematics and science learning in junior high: An exploration of virtual visitation to a role model. Paper presented at the 11th Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology (CCWESTT) conference, Calgary.

[42] Li, Q. (May. 2006). Cyberbullying in Canada & China. Paper presented at the annual Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) conference, Toronto.

[41] Li, Q. (Apr. 2006). Cyberbullying and gender: A research of adolescents' experiences. Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, San Francisco.

[40] Li, Q. (Apr. 2006). Bullying goes to cyberspace: A comparison of Canadian and Chinese adolescents' experiences. Paper presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, San Francisco.

[39] Li, Q. & Ma, X. (Feb. 2006). The effects of technology on mathematics education . Paper presented at the 6th International Campbell Collaboration Colloquium, Los Angles.

[38] Roy, S., Jardine, G., Li, Q. & Naqvi, R. (Feb. 2006). Culture, Second Language, and Technology. Paper presented at the 2006 Calgary Teachers’ Convention, Calgary , Canada .

[37] Li, Q. (Jan. 2006). Technology in schools: A study of gender and region effects. Paper presented at the annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Hawaii.

[36] Li, Q. (Jan. 2006). Culture, gender and more: A study of cyberbullying. Paper presented at the annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Hawaii.

[35] Li, Q. (Oct. 2005). Cyberbullying in school: Canadian & Chinese perspective . Paper presented at the E-Learn conference, Washington , DC . Proceedings of the World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate , Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education , Vol. 2005, Issue. 1, pp. 878-884.

[34] Li, Q. & Groen, J. (Oct. 2005). Teaching secondary students online: What do practicing teachers say? Paper presented at the annual E-Learn conference, Washington , DC . Proceedings of the World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate , Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education , Vol. 2005, Issue. 1, pp. 2194-2198.

[33] Li, Q. (June. 2005). Technology, mathematics, and science: What do teachers and students think? Paper presented at the annual International Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED) conference , Calgary, Canada. Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Education and Technology, Vol. 2005, Issue. 1, pp. 213-215.

[32] Li, Q. & Beran, T. (June. 2005). A research of adolescents' experience of cyber-harassment . Paper presented at the annual International Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED) conference , Calgary, Canada. Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Education and Technology, Vol. 2005, Issue. 1, pp. 232-235.

[31] Li, Q. (June. 2005). Technology, mathematics, and science: What do teachers and students think? Paper presented at the annual International Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED) conference , Calgary, Canada. Proceedings of the IASTED International Conference on Education and Technology, Vol. 2005, Issue. 1, pp. 213-215.

[30] Beran, T. & Li, Q. (June. 2005). Cyber-harassment: A new method for an old behavior . Paper presented at the annual conference of Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), Montreal.

[29] Li, Q. (Apr. 2005). Computer-mediated communication and gender differences: A meta-analysis . Paper to be presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, Montreal .

[28] Li, Q. (Apr. 2005). Cyber-bullying in schools: Nature and extent of adolescents' experience . Paper to be presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, Montreal .

[27] Edmonds, K. & Li, Q. (Apr. 2005). Teaching at-risk students with technology: Teachers' beliefs, experiences, and strategies for success . Paper to be presented at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference, Montreal .

[26] Li, Q. & Edmonds, K. (Mar. 2004). Are students from Mars and teachers from Venus? Paper to be presented at the 16 international conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Phoenix, AZ.

[25] Li, Q. (Nov. 2004). Mathematics, Science, and Technology: Do gender and race matter? Paper presented at the E-Learn conference, Washington , DC . Proceedings of the World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate , Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education , Vol. 2004, Issue. 1, pp. 2379-2384.

[24] Li, Q. (Nov. 2004). Is online learning for you? Myths and approaches in creating and participating in successful online learning. Paper presented at the E-Learn conference, Washington , DC . Proceedings of the World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education , Vol. 2004, Issue. 1, pp. 1340-1344.

 

[23] Li, Q. & Edmonds, K. (July, 2004). At-risk Learners, Technology, and Mathematics: The Effects and the Guidelines for Design . Paper presented at The Eleventh International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learning, La Havana, Cuba.

[22] Li, Q. (July, 2004). Technology and mathematics education: Any impact? Paper accepted for The Eleventh International Literacy and Education Research Network Conference on Learning, La Havana, Cuba.

[21] Li, Q. & Johnson, B. (June, 2004). Cognitive flexibility theory: The challenge of diverse populations . Paper presented at the ED-MEDIA 2004: world conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunication. Lugano , Switzerland . Proceedings of the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications , Vol. 2004, Issue. 1, 2004, pp. 3938-3944.

[20] Edmonds , K. & Li, Q . (June, 2004). Learning the basics: Building knowledge online for at-risk learners . Paper presented at the ED-MEDIA 2004: world conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunication. Lugano , Switzerland . Proceedings of the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications , Vol. 2004, Issue. 1, 2004, pp. 3035-3040

[19] Li, Q.; Akins, M. & Edmonds, K.(Mar. 2004). Collaborative knowledge building: Strategies in Cyberspace . Paper presented at the 15 th international conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Atlanta , GA. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference , Vol. 2004, Issue.1, 2004, pp. 2936-2939.

[18] Li, Q. & Edmonds, K. (Mar. 2004). Engaging in Computer-assisted learning in mathematics: Any effect on adults with learning disabilities? Paper presented at the 15 th international conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Atlanta , GA. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference , Vol. 2004, Issue.1, 2004, pp. 4471-4475.

[17] Li, Q. (Feb. 2004). Exploration of Collaboration in an Elementary Classroom Using Computer-Mediated Communication. Paper presented at the 21 st ICDE World Conference on Open Learning & Distance Education. Hong Kong .

[16] Crichton, S. & Li, Q . (Feb. 2004). The Role of Expert Practice in the Creation of Learning Objects for Online Education. Paper presented at the 21 st ICDE World Conference on Open Learning & Distance Education. Hong Kong .

[15] Li, Q . & Edmonds, K. (Feb. 2004). Can adults with learning disabilities benefit from online math education? Paper presented at the Symposium - Linking Research to Professional Practice, University of Calgary .

[14] Crichton, S. & Li, Q. (Oct. 2003). Expert Practice and Creation of Learning Objects for Online Education. Paper presented at the International Conference of Best Practice in e-Learning . Calgary .

[13] Li, Q . (Apr., 2003). Integrating Internet into Teacher Education: What Works? Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) . Chicago .

[12] Li, Qing. (Apr., 2003). Integrating Internet into Teacher Education: What Works? Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Chicago.

[11] Guy, Mark& Li, Qing. (Apr., 2003). Partnering Prospective and Practicing Teachers to Create Technology-Supported Learning Opportunities for Students. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Chicago.

[10] Li, Qing. (Apr., 2002). Gender, interaction, and computer-mediated communication. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). New Orleans.

[9] Guy, Mark, Li, Qing, & Simanton, E. (Apr. 2002). Integrating technology into an elementary mathematics methods course. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). New Orleans.

[8] Li, Qing (Oct., 2001). Participating an online learning community to enhance mathematics teaching. Paper presented at the 19th annual conference of Northern Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association (NRMERA): A researcher's odyssey. Wyoming.

[7] Li, Qing (July, 2000). Understanding collaborative learning in CMC: A research in an elementary classroom. Paper presented at the ED-MEDIA 2000: world conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia & telecommunication. Montreal.

[6] Li, Qing (2000, Aug.) A comparison of gender differences in mathematics and computer science in North American and Asia. Paper accepted for the 9th International Congress on Mathematics Education. Japan.

[5] McDugall, D & Li, Qing (2000, Aug.) Implementation of a grade 7 and 8 mathematics curriculum in Canada. Paper accepted for the 9th International Congress on Mathematics Education. Japan.

[4] Li, Qing (2000, march). Gender differences and computer mediated communication. Paper presented at the 12th Annual Interdisciplinary Feminist Colloquium. Toronto.

[3] Li, Qing (2000, march). Computer mediated communication and collaborative learning. Paper presented at Changing the Climate -- the 9th annual Social Science and Humanities Conference Saskatoon.

[2] Li, Qing (1997, March). Computer supported mathematics learning and gender differences. Paper presented at the annual Women's Studies and Internet Roundtable, Toronto.

[1] Li, Qing (1996, June). Teachers' beliefs, gender difference and mathematics. Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Jose. CA

 


 

Non-Refereed Publications

 

Li, Q. (Nov. 17, 2009). About Playing and Learning. Singtao Daily.

 

Thesis

 


 

PHD Thesis, University of Toronto (April, 2001):

 

Abstract

Thesis