Dr. Qing Li is an associate professor of educational technology at the Faculty of Education, University of Calgary. Her current research interests are: digital-game-based learning, e-learning, technology integration in education, mathematics education, & cyberbullying.

Inspired by effective and ethical use of educational technology, Dr. Li’s research has culminated in over 50 peer-reviewed journal articles, major research funding including 3 federal grants (2 standard research grants and 1 ITST grant) from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRCC), and over 60 conference papers.

She teaches both the pre-service teacher education and graduate education programs. At the graduate level, Dr. Li specialized in educational technology. In pre-service education, she has taught courses in mathematics education and technology integration in education.

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Cyberbullying
e-Mentoring & Inquiry
Enactivism & Technology
New Bottle,Old Wine:Cyberbully
Cyberbullying, Gender
Ph.D., Educational Technology
University of Toronto
M.A., Curriculum Studies,
M. Sc., Mathematics
University of British Columbia
B. Sc., Mathematics
Hunan Normal University

Digital Gaming
Professional Seminar
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Visiting Professor
- 2006 University of Idaho
- 2009 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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