Lijia Lin

Lijia Lin is an Associate Professor in the School of Psychology and Cognitive Science at East China Normal University in Shanghai, China. He earned his Ph.D. from the Educational Technology Program at Arizona State University in the United States. His research focuses on using a variety of digital technologies and instructional strategies to enhance learning and engagement. His work has been widely published in international peer-reviewed journals, including Learning and Instruction, Computers & Education, and Interactive Learning Environments. He has also made dozens of presentations at the international conferences, such as the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, the bi-annual meeting of the International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, and the Cognitive Load Theory Conference.

Publications

Blended Learning in Teacher Education: Uncovering Its Transformative Potential for Teacher Preparation Programs
Jackie HeeYoung Kim, Danilo M. Baylen, Amy Leh, Lijia Lin. © 2019. 22 pages.
This chapter acknowledges that there is sparse literature to consult about the pedagogical and empirical foundations of blended learning in teacher preparation programs because...
Leveraging the Design and Development of Multimedia Presentations for Learners
Lijia Lin, Amy Leh, Jackie Hee Young Kim, Danilo M. Baylen. © 2018. 15 pages.
The chapter addresses how multimedia presentations can be designed effectively for learners. Based on the literature, it defines the related terms and discusses the role of human...
Student Learning and Engagement in a Blended Environment: A Mixed Methods Study
Lijia Lin. © 2018. 14 pages.
The chapter investigated students' behavioral, emotional, and cognitive engagement, as well as their learning in a blended environment. A convergent mixed methods research...
Blended Learning in Teacher Education: Uncovering its Transformative Potential for Teacher Preparation Programs
Jackie HeeYoung Kim, Danilo M. Baylen, Amy Leh, Lijia Lin. © 2016. 21 pages.
This chapter acknowledges that there is sparse literature to consult about the pedagogical and empirical foundations of blended learning in teacher preparation programs because...
Leveraging the Design and Development of Multimedia Presentations for Learners
Lijia Lin, Amy Leh, Jackie Hee Young Kim, Danilo M. Baylen. © 2015. 15 pages.
The chapter addresses how multimedia presentations can be designed effectively for learners. Based on the literature, it defines the related terms and discusses the role of human...
Blended Learning in Teacher Education: Uncovering its Transformative Potential for Teacher Preparation Programs
Jackie HeeYoung Kim, Danilo M. Baylen, Amy Leh, Lijia Lin. © 2015. 20 pages.
This chapter acknowledges that there is sparse literature to consult about the pedagogical and empirical foundations of blended learning in teacher preparation programs because...
Empirical Taxonomies of Gameplay Enjoyment: Personality and Video Game Preference
John M. Quick, Robert K. Atkinson, Lijia Lin. © 2012. 21 pages.
A survey study was conducted to better understand how gameplay enjoyment relates to players’ personality traits and video game preferences. This study demonstrated that the core...