Lilia Pavlovsky's research focuses on understanding how people think, learn, communicate, and seek information in technologically mediated contexts. She examines how people negotiate and make sense of space, content, and resources in unfamiliar virtual learning environments. Lilia’s applied research projects focus on competitive intelligence for program change and development. Results of of her work has led to improvements in pedagogy; information system design; data management; effective application of emerging technologies; program design, collaborative work practices and tools; and organizational change management. Current projects include curricular reorganization and program development. Lilia’s leadership roles include Chair, Taskforce for Program Development; Chair, Curriculum Committee and Program Director.
Ph.D., Information Science
Awards & Recognitions
WISE (Web-based Information Science Education) Excellence in Online Education Award, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016
ProQuest/Library Journal Teaching Award, 2012
Distinguished Achievement in Teaching, LIS Department, Rutgers University School of Communication & Information, 2009; 2013
eCollege Excellence in Online Teaching (one of four winners selected in the U.S.), 2008
Judges Choice at New Media Consortium’s 2008 Conference for poster presentation, “Wikis, Screencasts and Journals: Tools for Collaboration and Interaction in e‐Learning Environments”