Jeffrey Lee Ed.D.

SCHOOL OF Education

Jeffrey Lee, Ed.D.



Qualitative Research Methods





Dr. Jeffrey Lee joins the School of Education as a professor in the Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership program.   Earning his doctorate and master’s degree in educational technology from Pepperdine University, Dr. Lee is a passionate educator and researcher who has been doing research and project work in developing countries for the last decade.  Most recently, Dr. Lee has spent time in Fiji and Nepal working with youth and technology. Before joining the University of Massachusetts Global Team, Dr. Lee taught at Azusa Pacific University in the Multiple Subject Credential and Master of Arts in Digital Teaching and Learning programs, served as the technology integration coordinator and participated on the NCATE steering committee.  His desire to share his knowledge and experiences with others has led him to publish articles in the NELTA, ARCIE and IJEDUICT journals.   Co-chairing the special interest group, Information and Communication in Technology for Development, at the Comparative International Education Society conference allows him to share his research, projects and passion with others in the field.



  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Organizational Leadership
  • EDD Doctoral Program
  • EDD Curriculum Team


Doctorate of Education in Educational Technology

Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology

Dissertation: Tensions in a Nepali Telecenter: An Ethnographic Look at Progress Using Activity Theory

Masters of Science in Educational Technology

Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology

Bachelor of Science in History

University of Massachusetts

Scholarly Activities

Lee, Jeffrey & Sparks, Paul.

Three Hurdles to Technology Integration: A Case Study of Technology Integration in Bungamati, Nepal.

Journal of NELTA. 

Lee, Jeffrey & Richardson.

Information and Communication Technology for Development in the Field of Comparative and International Education.

Annual Review of Comparative and International Education.

Lee, Jeffrey & Sparks, Paul.

Sustaining a Nepali Telecenter: A case Study Using Activity Theory.

International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology.

Sustaining Himalayan Communities in Uncertain Times: How Nepalese Youth Cultivate Communities of Practice Using 21st Century Technologies.

Comparative International Education Society Northeast Regional Conference. Amherst, MA.

Exploring Local Definitions of Quality in Himalayan Technology Centers

Comparative International Education Society Conference, New Orleans, LA.


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