Professor at the Department of Teacher Education at California State University at East Bay, USA
Dr. Li-Ling Chen is a full professor at the Department of Teacher Education at California State University at East Bay. She develops and teaches courses for both the teaching credential program and the Educational Technology Graduate Program. Her research interests center on educational uses of new media and other emerging technologies, particularly the impact of such technologies on teaching and learning; and the design of new media enriched interactive learning environments for learners at all age levels.
She has published numerous articles in educational technology journals and presents regularly at national and international educational technology conferences. She also serves on a number of editorial boards for research journals in educational technology.
Poster Summary The purpose of my presentation is to present an efficient campus support model for online instruction. The presentation will include an investigation of current support activities and framework for online instruction in higher educational institutions. Relevant topics that I will examine and present include current issues, such as state of online instruction, faculty- […]
My presentation will start from addressing the needs and importance of data mining and data-driven decision-making (DDDM) in education. Next, I will present current data systems available for education use in United States (U.S.) and the possible development of further data systems. After that, two types of data mining protocols will be discussed and compared. […]