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Profile of SIG 52 Members
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SIG 52 members are individuals interested in using or designing instructional technologies. 

 
 
SIG Officers
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Lauren Eustler
Past Chair and Conference Co-Chair
Lauren.Eutsler@unt.edu

Past Chair: Responsible for overall coordination of SIG activities and AERA conference planning (with Co-Chair).

Lauren is an Assistant Professor in the department of Teacher Education and Administration at The University of North Texas.

   

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Kui Xi
Chair and Conference Co-Chair
xie.359@osu.edu

In charge of AERA conference planning (with Co-Chair).

Kui is an Associate Professor of Learning Technologies , Director of The Research Laboratory for Digital Learning and Program Chair of Learning Technologies at Ohio State. He also holds the title of Cyphert Distinguished Professor.    

   

 

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Victoria L. Lowell
Chair-Elect
vllowell@purdue.edu

Responsible for administration of SIG-IT's Young Researcher Award and Best Paper Award.

Victoria is an Associate Professor in the Learning Design and Technology program at Purdue University, West Lafayette.

 

   

 

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Shonn Sheng-Lun Cheng
Communications Officer
chengs7@vcu.edu

Manages the design and maintenance of the IT SIG websites,  LISTSERV, social media sites (i.e., Facebook, Twitter) and coordinates this work with AERA.

Responsible for the design, development and publishing of the Fall and Spring SIG-IT Newsletter.


   

 




Kristin Gorski
Treasurer/Secretary

kg2366@tc.columbia.edu

Responsible for monitoring and controlling the SIG financial account and coordinating this fiscal activity with AERA headquarters.

Kristin is Director of Academic Administration for the Department of Mathematics, Science & Technology at Teachers College, Columbia University and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Communication, Media & Learning Technologies Design Program at TC.

 
 
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