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Jamie Colwell Interview  -  October 23, 2013, 2:30 p.m. CD Voice of Literacy Webcast
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Guest:

[Dr. Jamie Colwell]

Dr. Jamie Colwell
Assistant Professor of Literacy
Old Dominion University Darden College of Education


Dr. Jamie Colwell is an assistant professor of literacy at Old Dominion University. Her research focuses on adolescent literacy and using digital technology in literacy instruction. Dr. Colwell employs qualitative and formative experiment research methodologies in her research. Her research is set in middle schools and in teacher education, working with educators to integrate literacy and digital literacy instruction into content area curricula. Dr. Colwell’s teaching is in content area literacy and literacy coaching, where she instructs pre-service and in-service K-12 teachers.

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. Jamie Colwell, Assistant Professor of Literacy at the Darden College of Education, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia.

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