Research in the Teaching of English’s annual publication of its annotated bibliography of selected empirical research studies as well as titles of other related studies and books published between summer 2011 and summer 2012 has just been released. A large group of scholars from around the world engage in this collaborative effort in order to locate, abstract, and share the most relevant and rigorous research pertaining to the teaching of English:
University of Minnesota: R. Beach, M. Bigelow, B. Brendler, K. Coffino, D. Dillon, A. Frederick, M. Gabrielli, L. Helman, B. Ngo, D. O’Brien, A. Rambow, C. Scharber, J. Sethi
University of Amsterdam: M. Braaksma, T. Janssen
University of Iowa: A. Haertling Thein
University of Utah: L. Liang
University of Pennsylvania: A. Stornaiuolo
Cassie Scharber, David O’Brien (University of Minnesota), and Amy Stornaiuolo (University of Pennsylvania) researched, analyzed, and compiled the abstracts related to and tagged “Digital/Technology Tools” that focus on topics such as social networking, digital reading, literacy definitions, laptops, games, etc.
The bibliography is available for free on RTE’s website as a downloadable and searchable PDF.
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