Dr. Benjamin Lee, Ph.D.
Dr. Benjamin Lee joined Valdosta State College in 1990 as faculty in instructional technology and assisted establishing its instructional technology master’s degree program. He later joined Drake University as faculty in educational research and instructional design. In 1996 he joined Que Education & Training, a higher education and corporate IT training imprint of Pearson Education. During his tenure at Pearson Education, he initiated, managed, and co-launched several Internet, fee-based, self-guided learning series, as well as an integrated, on-demand, corporate IT learning system.
In 2001, he was awarded the US Cybercorps scholarship and returned to Purdue to study information assurance and security. He received his Master’s degree in Computer Science with concentration in information assurance and security in 2003.
Ben joined Indiana Tech in 2005 as Director of Distance Education and Associate Professor of Computer Sciences. He was responsible for the launch of Indiana Tech’s online degree programs. He continues providing leadership in growing and expanding the University’s online learning presence.
Dr. Lee’s areas of expertise and research interests include: web-based learning, multimedia design and development, quantitative research methodologies and analyses, information security and assurance policies and assessment, data mining, the cognitive effects of technology enhanced and media integrated learning, and assistive technology.