Department of People and Organisation
Lincoln International Business School
Chang joined in the University of Lincoln in 2016 as a full-time lecturer at Lincoln International Business School. She started the role of the Digital Lead in Work-Based Distance Learning team in February 2018 and is actively involved in supporting faculty mentoring through the use of creative technologies; innovation in teaching and curriculum design. As a member of Digital Education Sub-Group (DESG) of University of Lincoln, she has led, designed and delivered some major training sessions in areas of digital storytelling and using online communication tools to engage students. Chang is also the Module Lead for Digital Communications in a Business Environment on BA (Hons) Business Management and Digital Business and New Technologies in the Workplace on the Chartered Management Degree Apprenticeship (CMDA). Chang takes an active research interest in pedagogy, andragogy, heutagogy and technology-enhanced learning. Chang is in her second year of Ph.D. in Education study at the University of Lincoln. Her research includes exploring the nature of what constitutes effective distance learning; pedagogical theories combined with technological approaches in relation to the design and delivery of online learning and teaching to engage distance learners; digital capabilities of students and academics in online learning and teaching environment.
Tutoring in the following modules: Study Skills, Integrating Professional Experience, Management of Change, Applied Problem Solving in the Workplace, Digital Communications in a Business Environment, Digital Business and New Technologies in the Workplace; Dissertation
Work-Based Learning; e-Learning; Experience Management; Digital Capabilities; Instructional Design in Training