Professor/Director, Research Laboratory for Digital Learning and Chair, Learning Technologies Program, Ohio State University
Dr. Kui Xie is the Ted and Lois Cyphert Distinguished Professor and director of the Research Laboratory for Digital Learning in the College of Education and Human Ecology at the Ohio State University. He also is chair of the Learning Technologies program in the Department of Educational Studies at OSU. He earned his Ph.D. in Instructional Psychology and Technology from the University of Oklahoma. His research interests include K-12 technology integration and teacher professional development, motivation and social engagement in digital learning, technology intervention and learning environment, and learning analytics and research methods. Xie is a member of the editorial board of Contemporary Educational Psychology. He served as president for American Educational Research Association (AERA) Design and Technology Special Interest Group, and section chair for AERA Division C Section 3A: Learning Environments. In 2017, Xie received the EHE Distinguished Research Award from the Ohio State University. He also received a Chang Jiang Scholar Award from the Chinese Ministry of Education. To learn more about Xie’s research, please visit u.osu.edu/xie.359.