Technology in Literacy Education Special Interest Group Program
Sunday April 21, 2013
Chair: Julie Coiro, University of Rhode Island

3:30-3:40 Welcome and Presentation of 2013 Computers in Reading Research Award

Roundtable Discussions 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.

3:40-4:00 (20 minutes) Getting Started With Participant Discussions

4:05-4:30 Group 1: Choose one 25-minute roundtable

Table 1. [Elementary Grades] Digital storytelling as a support for learning in the content areas
Pamela Maslin Sullivan, James Madison University

Table 2. [Elementary Grades] Supporting Literacy and Language Development in Students with Reading and Writing Problems Through iPads and iBooks Author
Joan Iorio and William Yang, Scarsdale Public Schools

Table 3. [Elementary Grades] Online Reading Comprehension: 4th and 5th Grade Students' Performance in an Online Reading Task
Diane Sekeres, University of Alabama, and Lizabeth Guzniczak, Oakland University

Table 4. [Secondary Grades] Fast and easy: Learning words through multimedia, multilingual context specific annotations in middle school science and English Language Arts
Judith Scott, University of California, Santa Cruz

Table 5. [K-12 Assistive Technology] E-Reader Classroom Implementation
Carolyn Stufft, Steven F. Austin State University

Table 6. [Higher Education] Using iPads to Enhance Literacy Coaches’ Reflective Practice
C.C. Bates, Clemson University

4:35-5:00 Group 2: Choose one 25-minute roundtable

Table 1. [Elementary Grades] Interactive Whiteboard Use: Changes in Teacher Pedagogy in Reading Instruction in the Primary Grades
Meridith Lovell, University of Alberta

Table 2. [Elementary Grades] Using Ipads to Promote Effective Literacy Instruction
Xiufang Chen, Rowan University

Table 3. [Upper Elementary/Middle Grades] Literacy Learning incorporating Graphic Novels and Other Multimodal Representations
Linda Smetana, California State University, East Bay

Table 4. [Upper Elementary/Middle Grades] Mirror Mirror on my Wall: Using Social Networking Media to Promote Adolescent Reflection on the Impact of Media in Their Lives
Janette Hughes, University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Table 5. [Secondary Grades] Scaffolding Literacy Learning Through Collaborative Web Tools
Eric C. MacDonald, Benchmark School
See for a catalogue of digital collaboration tools

Table 6. [Higher Education] Using Digital Media in a Literacy Clinic: The Experience of Teacher Candidates Kyle F. Kaalberg,University of Nevada, Las Vegas

5:05-5:30 Group 3: Choose one 25-minute roundtable

Table 1. [Elementary Grades] Articulating a framework for guided e-reading using ebooks and interactive online resources with K-1 students
Carole Phillips, Karen Pelekis, and Helene Quirk, Scarsdale Public Schools

Table 2. [Elementary Grades] Using Student Response Systems to Collect Formative Data
Elizabeth Brinkerhoff, Florida State University

Table 3. [Secondary Grades] The Framework for Teaching Critical Internet Reading Strategies
Byeong-Young Cho, Iowa State University

Table 4. [Secondary Grades] Bridging the Distance: Blending Online and Face-to-Face Tutoring to Deliver a Summer Literacy Camp to Struggling Middle School Students
Paula Saine, Miami University and Jessica Wertz, University of Cincinnati

Table 5. [Secondary Grades] Technology Literacy in Today’s Schools: A Case of One to One initiative in Oklahoma Andrea Williams and Qiuying Wang, Oklahoma State University

Table 6. [Secondary Grades] Videoposters for Vocabulary: Students as Multimedia Text Producers - Deborah Kozdras and Christine Joseph, University of South Florida

5:30-6:00 Keynote Address (30 minutes):
How the Research on Students' Uses of Technology Could Change Reading Pedagogies -- IF We're Attentive
Donna Alvermann, University of Georgia (TILE-SIG Reading Research Award Winner for 2012)

6:00-6:10 (10 minutes) Participant Discussions in Response to Keynote Address

6:10-6:15 Large Group Wrap-Up and Reflection/Evaluations