Chia-Ling Kuo is an associate professor of Educational Technology at Kent State University, where she has been working since fall 2005. She earned her doctorate in instructional technology and master’s in computer education and technology from Ohio University. She has been involved in the developmental and teaching phases of a variety of educational technology courses as well as the use of technologies, research, advising, and collaborative projects. She teaches and coordinates Educational Technology course for undergraduate education majors. She also has taught Computer Applications in Education, Instructional Applications of the Internet, Instructional Design, Technology and Learning, Web Development for Educators, and Practicum and Portfolio for graduate students in the Educational Technology program. Her teaching experience has encompassed undergraduate and graduate levels and in both face-to-face and online delivery methods.
Dr. Kuo was one of the five global learning scholars in the Global Learning Scholar Program funded by the Longview Foundation at KSU. She incorporated global perspectives into her undergraduate Educational Technology course and collaborated with at least 40 international classes in 14 countries on a global learning project that she developed from 2012-2017. Her research and teaching interests include technology integration, instructional design, online learning and teaching, global collaboration with technology, portfolio development and practicum.
Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Instructional Technology, Ohio University, M.Ed. in Computer Education and Technology, Ohio University, B.A. in English Literature, Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan
Technology integration, Instructional Design, online learning and teaching, global collaboration with technology, practicum and portfolio development.
Mothers, Mentors and Muses Award, KSU Women’s Center in 2015