Dr Wang is an Honorary Lecturer with the University of Liverpool. She obtained her PhD in Education from the Graduate School of Education at the University of Exeter in 2007. Her thesis on cultural disconnection in virtual learning environments examined learning behaviour, cultural studies and online instructional design.
Previously Research Fellow at the University of Exeter and the University of Nottingham, Dr Wang has rich experience of project evaluation and a keen research interest in cross-disciplinary teaching and learning in higher education. She has led and project managed several European and UK funded projects. These include a two-year EU DEMED Tempus project to develop and evaluate master studies in Albania and Kosovo for school teachers and specialists in educational sciences; an HEA project evaluating the impact of video and conferencing technologies on undergraduate teaching and learning; a three-year UK Higher Education Academy project into 'Enhancing Learning in Clinical Work Placements'; and a Nottingham-funded project examining the trends and challenges in transnational higher education.
Dr Wang’s research interests include: technology-enhanced teaching and learning; internationalisation and transnational higher education; and workplace learning. She is a member of the Society for Research into Higher Education, the Visual Learning Lab and an associate member of the Learning Science Research Institute in the UK. She is also a reviewer for two major international journals, Computers and Education and the British Journal of Educational Technology.