Virtual Visitation
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Publications and Documents of Virtual Visitation Project

A list of papers published by our researchers

 

  • Virtual visitation and feminist pedagogy
  • 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.

  • Integrating videoconference teachnology into classroom practices
  • Mok, I. (2007). Integrating Videoconferencing Technology into Classroom Practices as a Way to Work With Others in the Larger Community. MEd Exit Essay. University of Calgary.

  • Videoconferencing in education
  • 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.

  • Integrating videoconferencing in eduction to connect with the larger community:
  • 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.

  • New technology supported educational practice and teacher education
  • 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..

  • Integrating videoconference teachnology into classroom practices
  • 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.

  • Mathematics and science learning in junior high: An exploration of virtual visitation to a role model
  • 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 to be presented at the 11th Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology (CCWESTT) conference, Calgary, 2006.

  • Sharing Expertise via Videoconferencing: Fads, Fantasy or a Fascinating Opportunity?
  • Qing Li¡¯s presentation as the invited speaker at the Canadian Association for Distance Education Wise & Witty Weekday Event. Canada . Oct. 19, 2005 .

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

  • Technology in schools: A study of gender and region effects .
  • 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 .  

  • Technology, mathematics, and science: What do teachers and students think?
  • 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.

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

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

  • Teacher and student view about technology in schools
  • Li, Q. (Feb. 2005). Teacher and student view about technology in schools. Paper to be presented at the International Conference on Technology, Knowledge, & Society, Berkeley , CA. Available: http://t05.cgpublisher.com/proposals/76.

  • Technology in senior high mathematics and science classrooms: What do teachers say?
  • Li, Q. (Feb. 2005). Technology in senior high mathematics and science classrooms: What do teachers say? Paper presented at the International Conference on Technology, Knowledge, & Society, Berkeley , CA. Available: http://t05.cgpublisher.com/proposals/79.

  • Technology in schools
  • Li, Q. (May, 2005). Technology in schools. Paper presented at annual meeting of Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada (AMTEC), Calgary , AB.

  • Are students from Mars and teachers from Venus?
  • 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.

  • Mathematics, Science, and Technology: Do gender and race matter?
  • 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.

  • Do we speak the same language: Man and women talk in cyberspace
  • Li, Q. (Feb. 2005, Invited). Do we speak the same language: Man and women talk in cyberspace. Paper presented at the Faculty of Nursing Research Dialogue. University of Calgary , AB.

  • A tale of two cities: Teachers¡¯ and Students¡¯ Perceptions of Technology in Schools .
  • Li, Q. (Sep. 2004, Invited Speaker). A tale of two cities: Teachers¡¯ and Students¡¯ Perceptions of Technology in Schools. Paper presented at the Faculty of Education Research Forum. University of Calgary , AB.

  • Reports and Powerpoints
  • Li, Q. Virtual Visitation and Feminist Pedagogy: Would They Make Any Difference? . SSHRCC


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