- Leveraging Graduate Work: Perspectives on Pursuing a Career in Academia
- Reflections on editing the special CITE Issue - Geospatial technologies in teacher education
- Beyond the Degree: Navigating Your Search for an Academic Job
- Taking it Outdoors: Personalized Learning Technologies and Place-Based Education
- The Academic Job Search Process: A Faculty Panel for Graduate Students
- Survey of Geospatial Information Technologies in Teacher Education
- Mobile Mapping in Urban Environments
- Developing a Curricular Sequence for K-16 Geospatial Integration
- Digital Storytelling in Senegal
- Teaching for Global Citizenship with Geospatial Technology
Dr. Elizabeth Langran 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 a certificate in International Leadership in Educational Technology. She has traveled for collaborative projects 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.
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 currently co-chairs the Geospatial Technology SIG.