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Shufang Ni, PhD

Dr. Ni
Adjunct faculty

Dr. Shufang Ni has taught English for ten years in Taiwan. She received her Ph. D. in Education with specialization in Educational Technology from University of Kansas. She holds a Master degree in TESOL and a B.A. in English Literature and Linguistics. Her research interests include computer-assisted language learning (CALL) and second language acquisition. Dr. Ni enjoys hiking and baking. She moved to Virginia from Kansas in 2014.

Doctor of Philosophy (Major: Educational Technology), University of Kansas

Master of Arts (Major: TESOL), University of Kansas

Bachelor of Arts (Major: English Literature and Linguistics), Providence University

  • Second Language Acquisition
  • Computer-assisted Language Learning
  • Foreign Language Teaching Methods
  • Multiculturalism

Yen, Y.C. & Ni, S. (2012). The Effects of Annotations of Illustrations and Simplified Text on College Students’ Reading Comprehension in the Web-based Learning Environment. In T. Amiel & B. Wilson (Eds.), Proceedings of EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2012 (pp. 2671-2680). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Retrieved September 28, 2017 from http://www.editlib.org/p/41142.

Ni, S. F. (2009). A Framework for successful expatriate management in the multinational corporations. Proceeding of the 2009 International Conference on International Business and Interdisciplinary (pp.1-5). Taiwan.

Ni, S. F. & Aust, R. (2008). Examining teacher verbal immediacy and sense of classroom community in online classes. International Journal on E-Learning , 7( 3), 477-498.
Retrieved September 28, 2017 from  http://www.edtech.ku.edu/research/papers/shu_fang.pdf .

Huang, T. H. & Ni, S. F. (2008). The effects of text type on Taiwanese college English majors’ listening comprehension. Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences, Taiwan.

Kuo, C. L. & Ni, S. F. (2007, August). The influences of synchronous and asynchronous CMC and communication models in online peer evaluation. Proceeding of the 2007 International Joint Conference on e-Commerce, e-Administration, e-Society, and e-Education, Hong Kong.

Ni, S. F. (2006). Gender stereotypes in the English-Chinese dictionary. Mingdou Forum, 2(2), 115-124.

Chang, J. C. & Ni, S. F. (2013, Dec.). Effects of different multimedia modes on EFL listening comprehension. Paper presented at International Conference on TESOL and Translation, Taiwan.

Ni, S. F. & Chu, D. F. (2013, June). The influence of cognitive style and computer self-efficacy on Web-based EFL writing. Paper presented at National Conference on English Teaching, Taiwan.

Hu, M. G. & Ni, S. F. (2012, Dec.). Indicators of English reading performance among Taiwanese students. Paper presented at International Conference on TESOL and Translation, Taiwan

Ni, S. F. (2012, June). The effects of annotations of illustrations and simplified text on college students’ reading comprehension in the Web-based learning environment. Paper presented at World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications. Denver, CO., U.S.A.

Kuo, C. L. & Ni, S. F. (2007, August). The influences of synchronous and asynchronous CMC and communication models in online peer evaluation. Paper presented at the 2007 International Joint Conference on e-Commerce, e-Administration, e-Society, and e-Education, Hong Kong.

Ni, S. F. (2005, June). Two instructional strategies to shorten the psychological distance in online learning. Paper presented at Conference of e-Learning Design and Management, Taiwan.

  • APLX 510 Second Language Acquisition
  • APLX 615 Pedagogical Grammar for Communicative Classrooms
  • APLX 520 Introduction to Multilingualism
  • APLX 572 Technologies for Language Learning
  • The Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)

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School of Education

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sni@campus.viu.edu