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Kelly Chandler-Olcott Interview  -  June 30, 2009, 2:00 PM CDS Voice of Literacy Webcast
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Guest:

[Dr. Kelly Chandler-Olcott]

Dr. Kelly Chandler-Olcott
Associate Professor and Chair
Syracuse University, Reading and Language Arts Center


Kelly Chandler-Olcott is an associate professor and chair of Syracuse University’s Reading and Language Arts Center, where she directs the English Education program and teaches undergraduate and graduate literacy courses. A former secondary English teacher, she now conducts research on adolescent literacy, content literacy, and inclusive schooling. Her articles have appeared in Reading Research Quarterly, Journal of Literacy Research, English Education, Journal of Teacher Education, and Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, among others. The most recent of her five books is A Land We Can Share: Teaching Literacy to Students with Autism, co-authored with Paula Kluth (Brookes, 2008).

Host:

[Dr. Betsy Baker]

Dr. Betsy Baker
Professor of Literacy Studies
Department of Learning, Teaching and Curriculum, University of Missouri


Dr. Elizabeth (Betsy) Baker is a Professor of Literacy Studies at the University of Missouri. Dr. Baker's research interests include integration of literacy and technology, new literacies, future literacies, 21st century literacies, multimedia case-based instruction in teacher education, and sociocognition in teacher education, literacy, and new literacies.

Summary:

Voice of Literacy host, Dr. Betsy Baker, interviews Dr. Kelly Chandler-Olcott, associate professor and chair of Syracuse University’s Reading and Language Arts Center, where she directs the English Education program.

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