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Bridget Dalton Interview  -  March 24, 2011, 4:00 cdst Voice of Literacy Webcast
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Guest:

[Dr. Bridget Dalton]

Dr. Bridget Dalton
Assistant Professor of Learning, Literacy, and Culture
Peabody College of Education and Human Development


Bridget Dalton is an Assistant Professor in Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education. Previously, she served as Chief Literacy and Technology Officer at CAST and was an associate professor at the University of Guam. Dr. Dalton’s research focuses on the design and study of digital literacy tools and eBooks to improve diverse students’ comprehension and engagement. She served as co-editor of the International Reading Association’s electronic journal, Reading Online, and collaborated on the award-winning software program, Thinking Reader, published by Scholastic. She earned her doctorate in reading, language, and learning disabilities at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

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. Bridget Dalton, Assistant Professor of Learning, Literacy and Culture at the Peabody College of Education and Human Resources, Vanderbilt University.

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