Dr Kyungmee LeeLecturer in Technology Enhanced Learning
My research program lies at the intersection of distance education and the internationalisation of higher education. Taking up sociocultural learning theories, I aim to provide comprehensive explanations of current higher education and improve students’ academic experiences. I am interested in the issues of accessibility and equality in different online higher education contexts and the relationships between being and learning in online learning environments. Three different educational settings in my work include: 1) open universities, 2) online doctoral programmes, and 3) oversea campuses. I am currently working on a research project named “Non-Western students’ perceptions of/experiences in UK-based distance PhD programmes”
PhD Supervision Interests
I am interested in PhD supervision in the areas of online education and learning analytics. I am particularly interested in receiving PhD proposals concerning the issues of power and access and exploring student’s and tutors’ experiences of online programs/modules.
Rethinking the accessibility of online higher education: a historical review
Lee, K. 04/2017 In: Internet and Higher Education. 33, p. 15-23. 9 p.
A Computer-Assisted Multiliteracies Program (CAMP) as an alternative approach to EFL instruction
Lee, K., Ardeshiri, M., Cummins, J. 19/10/2016 In: Technology, Pedagogy and Education. 25, 5, p. 595-612. 18 p.
A paradigm shift rhetoric and theory-practice gap in online higher education: a case study of an open university
Lee, K. 9/05/2016 In: Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Networked Learning 2016. p. 251-259. 9 p. ISBN: 9781862203242.
Socialization and social capital in online doctoral programs
Brett, C., Lee, K., Oztok, M. 9/05/2016 In: Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Networked Learning 2016. Lancaster : Lancaster University p. 264-268. 5 p. ISBN: 9781862203242.
Examining the characteristics of student postings that are liked and linked in a CSCL environment
Alexandra, M., Lee, K., Zingaro, D. 11/2015 In: British Journal of Educational Technology. 46, 6, p. 1281-1294. 14 p.
An online course design for inservice teacher professional development in a digital age: the effectiveness of the double-layered CoP model
Lee, K., Brett, C. 08/2015 In: Handbook of research on teacher education in the digital age. IGI Global p. 55-80. 26 p. ISBN: 9781466684034.
Dialogic understanding of teachers' online transformative learning: a qualitative case study of teacher discussions in a graduate-level online course
Lee, K., Brett, C. 02/2015 In: Teaching and Teacher Education. 46, p. 72-83. 12 p.
Discourses and realities of online higher education: a history of [discourses of] online education in Canada’s Open University
Lee, K. 2015 University of Toronto. 249 p.
What are student inservice teachers talking about in their online Communities of Practice?: investigating student inservice teachers’ experiences in a double-layered CoP
Lee, K., Brett, C. 01/2013 In: Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. 21, 1, p. 89-118. 30 p.
Becoming a Scholar: Online Doctoral Experience
01/07/2016 → 30/09/2017