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Jennifer Lee

Jennifer Lee

Instructor
Learning Design & Technology
Department of Curriculum and Instruction

About

Dr. Lee’s research interests include instructional design, technology integration in the classrooms, emerging technologies, media multitasking, scholarship of teaching and learning, distributed learning, and learning & cognition.

Education

Ph.D. in Educational Computing
M.S. in Computer Education & Cognitive System (Instructional Systems Technology)
B.A. in Computer Science
B.Ed. in Teaching of English as a Second Language

Certified Competency-Based Training and Education Instructor, Department For Employment Training And Further Education (DETAFE), Australia

Certified Competency-Based Designer and Developer, Department For Employment Training And Further Education (DETAFE), Australia

Certified Competency-Based Workplace Assessor, Department For Employment Training And Further Education (DETAFE), Australia

Certified Workplace Assessor, National Council of Vocational Training, Malaysia

K-12 English teaching certificate, Malaysia

Select Publications

Lin, L., Cranton, P., & Lee, J. (2015). Research Methodologies for Multitasking Studies. In Wang, V. (Ed). Handbook of Research on Scholarly Publishing and Research Methods. IGI Global. pp. 329-348. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-7409-7.ch017

Warren, S., Lee, J., and Najmi, J. (2013). The Impact of Technology Theory on Instructional Design since 2000. In M.Spector, Merill, M.D., Elen, J,. & Bishop, M.J. (Eds). Handbook of Research on Educational Computing and Technology (4th edition). Springer Academic.

Lin, L., Robertson, A., & Lee, J. (2012). The impact of outcome intentions on reading and multitasking performances. Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange, 5(1), 77-94.

Lee, J., Lin, L., & Robertson, T. (2012). The Impact of Media Multitasking on Learning. Learning, Media, and Technology, 37(1),94-104.

Lin, L., Lee, J., & Robertson, T. (2010). Do different video contents affect reading comprehension and media multitasking abilities differently? Journal of Educational Computing Research. 45(2), 183-201.