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Biography

Dr. Elizabeth Langran, Professor of Education at Marymount University, started her teaching career in 1992 as a secondary school French teacher. She educated U.S. middle and high school students for six years and taught overseas for five years, including in Morocco as a Peace Corps volunteer. She earned her Ph.D. in Instructional Technology from the University of Virginia with participation in the International Leadership in Educational Technology project. Her travels for collaborative projects include to the Universidad Centroamerica in Nicaragua; the Indian Institute of Technology in Guwahati, India; the American University of Central Asia in Krygyzstan; the Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics, and Strategic Research in Kazakhstan; and the Université de Bambey in Senegal. Currently she is working with the Arlington Academy of Hope in Uganda.

Her most recent publications include book chapters in Emerging Technologies in Learning: Impact on Cognition and Culture (AACE) and International Explorations of Technology Equity and the Digital Divide: Critical, Historical and Social Perspectives (IGI Global).

Elizabeth was chair of the Geospatial Technology SIG, and currently chairs the Teacher Education Council.