Nari Kim Ph.D.

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Nari Kim Ph.D.

Nari Kim, Ph.D. Associate Professor Areas of Expertise 
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Doctor of Philosophy 

Indiana University Bloomington, 2009
Phone: 920–424–7246
Office: N/E 617
Email: kimn@uwosh.edu

  • Virtual/augmented reality education
  • Mobile learning design
  • Learning analytics
  • Technology integration

Dr. Nari Kim’s research focuses on the application of emerging technologies based on the learning theories and practices for K-12 and higher education.  Specifically, she is interested in the design of inquiry-based learning environments using mobile technology and virtual/augmented reality to improve learning and performance in formal and informal education.  Over the last 20 years, Dr. Kim has designed and researched innovative learning programs at various international organizations such as Samsung, Daewoo, Woongjin, Seoul National University, and Indiana University.  She has also researched critical thinking and collaboration in wikibook creation across six international institutions in the U.S., China, Taiwan, and Malaysia.  Dr. Kim’s educational background includes a Ph.D. degree in Instructional Systems Technology at Indiana University in Bloomington and M. A. and B. A. degrees in Educational Technology at Ewha Womans University in South Korea.  She received the 2016 EAA/CR Meyer Endowed Professorship from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

Selected Awards

2016 EAA/CR Meyer Endowed Professorship, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

2015 The Internet and Higher Education Editor’s Choice Article

2015 Appreciation Award, Korean Society for Educational Technology (KSET)

2013 Featured Research Award, Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)

2013 Faculty Development Teaching Award, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

2012 IAP Distance Education Journal Article Award, Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)

2010 Featured Research Award, Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)

2010 Faculty Development Research Award, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

2009 Strohbehn Intern Award, Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT)

2008 Jerrold E. Kemp Research Award, Indiana University Bloomington

2008 Achasa Beechler Research Award, Indiana University Bloomington

2006 L.C. Larson Award, Indiana University Bloomington 

Date of First Employment at UW Oshkosh: September 2009
Years of P-12 Experience: 7 years

Classes Typically Taught:

  • Instructional technology
  • Technology, culture, and learning
  • Integrating technology into the classroom
  • Mulitmedia design and development
  • Dissertation seminar
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