Dr. Elizabeth Murphy
Dr. Elizabeth Murphy holds a Ph.D. in Educational Technology and is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education. Her program of research focuses on teacher practices in technology-mediated contexts. She is currently the principal investigator on year two of a SSHRC funded Grant involving a study of the e-teacher in the high-school classroom. She is also principal investigator on a Strategic Joint Initiative co-funded by SSHRC and Canadian Heritage to investigate strengthening students' speaking skills using web-based synchronous conferencing between Intensive Core French classrooms. She has published widely in peer-reviewed journals such as the British Journal of Educational Technology and the American Journal of Distance Education. Within the CURA project, she is engaged in researching use of new and emerging technologies in specific curriculum.
Dr. Murphy has produced several works related to her research, which can be found below.
High School Teachers' beliefs about Learner-Centred E-learning (Found here...)
A Framework for Identifying and Promoting Metacognitive
Knowledge and Control in Online Discussants (Found
Knowledge Mobilization (Found here...)
Learner-Centered E-teaching (Found here...)