Ting Huang

Ting Huang

Assistant Professor
Ph.D., University of Rochester

With an established commitment to online education, Dr. Huang has a range of research interests and teaching experiences in teacher preparations, PK-12 settings, as well as for undergraduate and graduate students. Currently, she focuses on how to successfully transit from face-to-face education to online, situated, and multimodal learning and argues that factors that impact both traditional and online education are similar: sociocultural-based, collaborative, community-based, active, and interest-driven learning are proven to be keys for success of education.

Her research builds on sociocultural, situated, and critical perspectives to investigate how youth and adults engage in digital ways, and how their learning and teaching are impacted by factors such as gender, race, class, and ethnicity. Prior to her position at W&M, Dr. Huang worked over a decade as an associate professor of instruction (clinical), a lecturer, and a student affairs professional on different campuses.

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