Technology in Literacy Education Special Interest Group Program

Sun, May 11, 2014: 3:00 PM  - 5:00 PM 
01936 
Special Interest Group (SIG) 
Sunday 5/11 3:00PM-5:00PM 
New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center 
Room: La Nouvelle Ballroom Section AB 
Capacity: 600 
Technology in Literacy Education Special Interest Group Program
Chair: Julie Coiro, University of Rhode Island

Welcome and Presentation of 2014 Technology in Reading Research Award

Keynote Address: Changing the Landscape of Literacy Teacher Education: Innovations with Generative Technology
Dana Grisham, National University
(TILE-SIG 2013 Reading Research Award Winner)

18 Roundtable Discussions (in three rotations of six tables) will provide opportunities for attendees to interact with presenters (researchers / educators) in small groups while learning about research findings and practical classroom ideas that link to their own classroom learning contexts.

Short Title

Technology in Literacy Education Special Interest Group Program 

Presenter

Julie Coiro, University of Rhode Island

Co-Presenter(s)

Marta Albert, State University of New York at Potsdam
C.C. Bates, Clemson University
Mrs. Sandra Lee Beam, Cincinnati Christian University
Victoria Cardullo, Auburn University
Jill Castek, Portland State University
Dr. Karen L Ford, Ball State University
Ray Goeli, Lockport School District
Janette Hughes, University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Eric C. MacDonald, Benchmark School
Beth Maloch, University of Texas at Austin
Marilyn Moore, National University
Melissa Pierczynski, George Mason University
David Quinn, University of Rhode Island
Paula Saine, Miami University
Lindsay Sheronick Yearta, University of South Carolina at Upstate
Katie Stover, Furman University
Carolyn Stufft, Stephen F. Austin State University
Nicole Tambrell, University of Connecticut
Bruce Taylor, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Julie Warner, Armstrong Atlantic State University
Nance Wilson, Lourdes University
Karen Wood, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Angie Zapata, University of Missouri-Columbia
Vicky Zygouris-Coe, University of Central Florida

Audience Background

Introductory

Category

Technology

Intended Audience

Classroom Teachers
Librarians/Media Specialists
Reading Teachers/Specialists/Coaches
Researchers
Teacher Educators
Technology Coordinators/Trainers
Undergraduate or graduate students

Keyword

Classroom Strategies
Multimedia
New Literacies (Electronic, Media, Visual, etc.)

Maximum Learner Age

Undergraduate University

Minimum Learner Age

5