Dr. Xiaobin Li
Faculty of Education
Dr. Xiaobin Li
Associate Professor (PhD)
Faculty of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies in Education
Available for Graduate Advisement
EDUC 5P92: Introduction to Educational Research
EDUC 5V94: Quantitative Methods in Educational Research
EDUC 5P75: Educational Administration: The Financial Context
EDUC 5P76: Educational Administration: Live With(in) the Law
EDUC 5P90: Research Proposal Tutorial
EDUC 5P93: Research Project
EDUC 5F95: Thesis Tutorial in Educational Studies
EDUC 5P98: Independent Study in Education
EDUC 5V96: Internship in Educational Issues
ED 7F40: Doctoral Seminar 2: Research Processes and Quantitative Methodology
Quantitative methods in research; Education finance; Education and law
Tomei, L. (2011, Ed.). Online Courses and ICT in Education: Emerging Practices and Applications. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Chapter 24 by Xiaobin Li
Tomei, L. (2011, Ed.). Online Courses and ICT in Education: Emerging Practices and Applications. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Chapter 28 by Xiaobin Li
DiPetta, T. (2009, Ed.). The Emperor's New Computer: ICT, Teachers and Teaching. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Chapter six by Xiaobin Li, Yuxing Huang & Xiayun Tang
Lawton, S., Bedard, G., MacLellan, D., & Li, X. (1999). Teachers’ Unions in Canada. Calgary, AB: Detselig Enterprises Ltd. Chapter seven by S. Lawton & X. Li
Co-authored Papers in Refereed Journals
The General Agreement on Trade in Services and higher education in China, by Xiaobin Li & Linbin Zhao, The Journal of Canadian and International Education. 39(3):29-42, 2010.
Information and communication technology in China: Connecting one billion people for education, by Xiaobin Li & Yuxing Huang, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 5(2) (April 2009), 36-45.
Globalization and Chinese higher education, by Xiaobin Li & Linbin Zhao, Globalization, 7 (2008), http://globalization.icaap.org/content/special/Li_Zhao.html
Papers in Refereed Journals
ICTs in Chinese distance higher education: Increased opportunities and continuous challenges, by Xiaobin Li, International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development, 2(4) (October-December 2010), 1-12.
How unequal are their vertical equity measures? A comparison of three Canadian provinces, by Xiaobin Li, The Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 56(2) (summer 2010), 218-230.
An analysis of provincial vertical equity measures: How do they compare? by Xiaobin Li, Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 20(2) (2009), 37-50.
Review of distance education used in higher education in China, by Xiaobin Li, Asian Journal of Distance Education, 7(2) (2009), 22-27. http://www.asianjde.org/2009v7.2.Li.Abstract.html
Information and communication technology in China: Connecting 200 million children for better education, by Xiaobin Li, International Journal of Information and Communication Technology Education, 5(4) (October 2009), 34-43.
Extending compulsory education to 18: The Ontario case, by Xiaobin Li, Chinese Educational Law Review, 6 (2009), 241-252.
A tale of two provinces: Who makes stronger vertical equity efforts? by Xiaobin Li, Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, (83) (2008). http://www.umanitoba.ca/publications/cjeap/articles/Li.html
Are Ontario teachers paid more equitably? Do local variables matter? by Xiaobin Li, Brock Education, 18(1) (2008). http://www3.ed.brocku.ca/ojs/index.php/brocked/article/viewFile/268/290
Financing Ontario elementary and secondary education: An analysis of the Legislative Grants, by Xiaobin Li, Southeast Academic Research, 200 (2007), 189-195.
Ontario Education Act and related statutes: An overview, by Xiaobin Li, Chinese Educational Law Review, 4 (2006), 35-56.
Variation in average teacher salaries among Canadian provinces and its probable reasons, by Xiaobin Li, Journal of Education Finance, 27(3) (2002), 909-929.
Preparedness to teach: A comparison between consecutive and concurrent education students, by Xiaobin Li, The Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 45(2) (1999), 184-197.