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Bonnie Meyer Interview  -  November 18, 2009, 12:00 pm CST Voice of Literacy Webcast
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[Dr. Bonnie Meyer]

Dr. Bonnie Meyer
Professor of Educational Psychology
Penn State University

Dr. Meyer studies reading comprehension with readers from elementary school through retirement. She served as PI on an Institute of Education Sciences grant to provide and study instruction with the structure strategy for fifth and seventh grade students via an Internet Web site. She has authored over 95 publications in such areas as reading comprehension, discourse analysis and processing, and learning, memory, and decision-making across the lifespan. She has served as principal investigator or Co-PI on numerous NIH, NIA, and IES grants. She is a Fellow in the American Psychological Society, AERA, and Divisions 3, 15, and 20 of the American Psychological Association.


[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.


Voice of Literacy host, Dr. Betsy Baker, interviews Dr. Bonnie Meyer, Professor of Educational Psychology, at Penn State University.

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