Victor Lee _

Associate ProfessorUtah State University
Work Logan Utah United States of AmericaWebsite:

Biographical Info

Victor Lee is an Associate Professor of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences who conducts research related to the application of Quantified Self with youth and educational settings. In that vein, he has designed new curriculum and worked with elementary, middle, and high school students on self-tracking projects. In addition, he has been involved in research on the Quantified Self movement and the ways in which people give meaning to their tracked data. Such work has implications for how personal data, whether it is related explicitly to health or physical activity behaviors generally, can best leveraged for use in both formal and informal educational settings. He is a recipient of an NSF CAREER award, the Jan Hawkins Award for contributions to research on learning technologies, and a fellowship from the National Academy of Education and the Spencer Foundation. He published a book through Routledge recently related to the intersection of learning technologies and the human body and is the author of several journal articles in that area. He completed his doctorate at Northwestern University and his undergraduate training at University of California, San Diego.

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