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About Maria Lizano-DiMare

Maria Lizano DiMare, Ed.D., is Associate Professor of Education at Sacred Heart University. Dr. Lizano DiMare's research interests include the use of emerging technologies in education, online learning, the development of university-community initiatives, and the infusion of languages within the curriculum. She has worked in Latin America integrating educational technology programs in public and private educational sectors.

Dr. Lizano DiMare's university-community initiatives include the construction of an elementary school in Costa Rica for underprivileged children as well as her participation in the Sacred Heart University student delegation to El Salvador to develop social and economical outreach projects in rural communities. She is fluent in English, French, and Spanish; and also has working skills in German and Italian.
She collaborates with CT inter-district state grants in the area of mathematics and robotics and serves as the Board Recording Secretary to Connecticut Educators Computer Association (CECA).
Degrees: Ed.D. Educational Leadership, 1995, University of Hartford, CT; M.A. Education Technology, 1992, University of Hartford, CT; License: Sciences de l’éducation, Université de Genève, Suisse.


2002 - Present Associate Professor of Education, Sacred Heart University Isabelle Farrington College of Education & Human Development

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  • ED 271 Introduction of Computers in Education
  • ED 578 Introduction of Computers in Education
  • ED 592 Advanced PC Applications in Education: P–12
  • ED 599 Emerging Technologies
  • ED 642 Special Projects in Education Technology
  • EDR620 Utilizing SMART Board Technology K-6


1995 Ed.D. Educational Leadership, University of Hartford
1992 M.A. Educational Technology, University of Hartford
License: Sciences de l’éducation, Université de Genève, Suisse

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Isabelle Farrington College of Education and Human Development


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