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Elizabeth Langran

Associate Professor of Education at Marymount University

About Me

Elizabeth Langran, Ph.D. is associate professor of Education at Marymount University in Arlington, VA, USA. Dr. Langran started her teaching career in 1992 as a secondary school French teacher. She educated U.S. middle and high school students for six years and taught overseas for five years, including in Morocco as a Peace Corps volunteer. She earned her Ph.D. in Instructional Technology from the University of Virginia with a certificate in International Leadership in Educational Technology, and then spent five years as assistant professor and director of the Educational Technology program at Fairfield University. Her travel for collaborative technology projects and school visits has included Nicaragua, India, central Asia, Senegal, Bermuda, and China. Dr. Langran is active in the Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education, currently serving as the Associate Chair of the Teacher Education Council.

My disciplines and areas of professional expertise include…

Education

Experience

Courses Taught

  • Computers & Technology in the Classroom ED 554

    Graduate

    Marymount University

  • Cross-cultural/International Curricula ED 526

    Graduate

    Marymount University

  • Secondary Teaching Methods ED 538

    Graduate

    Marymount University

  • Curriculum Design: Secondary Education ED 327

    Undergraduate

    Marymount University

  • Research Methods ED 550

    Graduate

    Marymount University

Publications

  • The parent-child disconnect in social networking and internet safety

    2013 In R. Hanewald (Ed.), From cyber bullying to cyber safety: Issues and approaches in educational contexts. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

  • Developing a personal learning network for the workplace

    2012 In M. Bhattacharya, N. Mach, & M. Moallem (Eds.), Emerging Technologies in Learning: Impact on Cognition and Culture. Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education

  • Incorporating student-generated wikis in the social studies classroom

    Ley, T.

    2012 Meridian 15(1)

  • Using ICT and service learning in rural Senegal project funded by USAID/HED

    Vinekar, V. & Tellis, W.

    2011 Issues in Information Systems (12)1, 464- 472

  • India’s culture, castes, and access to technology

    2010 In P.R. Leigh (Ed.), International Explorations of Technology Equity and the Digital Divide: Critical, Historical and Social Perspectives. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.