Juhong Liu


Dr. Juhong Christie Liu is an Associate Professor and Director of Instructional Design in the Libraries of James Madison University (JMU). She leads programs related to instructional design and the academic community at JMU in exploring and building innovative and inclusive learning environments. She has taught graduate and undergraduate classes. Her research focuses on instructional design for inclusive learning with online and blended environments, discipline-based education research (DBER), teaching and learning with emerging technologies, and evaluation and assessment for technology-mediated learning. She has published peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters (Dr. Liu ORCID Scholar Profile). Regularly she presents at international, national, and regional conferences. She is the JMU Madison Scholar 2022. The Learning Access through Universal Design project that she co-led has received a Commonwealth of Virginia Innovative Technology in Education Best Customer Experience Initiative Award in 2023. 

Juhong has a Ph.D. degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Virginia Tech. Currently, Juhong serves on the board of the Association of Educational Communications & Technology (AECT) Culture, Learning, and Technology (CLT) Division and the Instructional Technology Special Interest Group (AERA IT-SIG) of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). She has served on NSF review panels and is currently on the advisory board of the VIVA IMLS Leadership Grant for COALA open homework repository, the editorial boards of TechTrends and the Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange (JETDE). She also serves as a reviewer for journals representing ed tech research, including the Journal of Computer-assisted Learning (JCAL), Educational Technology Research and Development (ETR&D), and the Journal of Geoscience Education. Currently, she is guest-editing Educational Technology & Society special issue on “Educational Design Research for Human Beings’ Learning Access – Centering Accessibility, Equity, and Inclusion”, and Scalable Computing Practice & Experience special issue on "Scalable Computing in Online and Blended Learning Environments: Challenges and Solutions".

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