Members of Elinet are experts in their field and some have chosen to to have their own Literacy Expert Page. See below.
We want to expand our expertise, so become a member, participate and make your own Expert Page available.
|William G. Brozo||Literacy development for children and young adults.||USA|
|Jeroen Clemens||Digital Literacy, Critical Reading, Language teaching, Teacher training||Netherlands|
|Elissavet Chlapana||Vocabulary development; Comprehension strategies instruction|
Narrative ability; Use of ICT in literacy development of young children; Practices for language support of young secondlanguage learners.
|Byeong-Young Cho||Digital Literacy, Disciplinary literacy||Korea|
|Julie Coiro||Digital Literacy||USA|
|Language education, reading and literacies in young and adult education||Portugal|
|Aydin Durgunoglu||cognitive foundations of language and literacy development, literacy development in a second language and the cross-language transfer||USA|
|Dorothee Gaile||Reading and writing development of adolescents, Disciplinary literacy||Germany|
|Christine Garbe||German literature and literature education, literary socialisation and reading development of children and adolescents, adolescent and disciplinary literacy,||Germany|
|Winnie-Karen Giera||Adolescent & (Inter-)Disciplinary Literacy, Digital Literacy||Germany|
|Colin Harrison||Digital Literacy||UK|
|Carita Kiili||Digital Literacies||Finland|
|Tiziana Mascia||In-service training and professional development of teachers in reading literacy, distance learning programs to disseminate new literacy||Italy|
|Fabio Nascimbeni||Learning innovation and ICT for learning||Italy|
|Finian O’Shea||Literacy Support: Early Years, Primary,Secondary & Adult.|
Supporting the reluctant/inexperienced reader.
Reflective Practice; Inclusive Education; Identity / Literacy Identity; Children and Young Adults Literature; Policy Development: Literacy.
|Jennifer Rowsell||Digital literacy, ethnographic studies of literacy practices, digital divide, post-structural approaches to literacy, makerspace, and reimagining digital reading||UK|
|Laura Maria Schmidt||Dyslexia support systems across Europe and support systems for struggling readers, professionalization of literacy experts||Germany|
|Sari Sulkunen||Adolescent and adult literacy and the socio-cultural factors related to literacy performance||Finland|
|Eufimia Tafa||Early & Primary Literacy||Greece|
|Elvira Topalovic||Acquisition of german language and language education, multilingualism, and digital literacies||Germany|
|Renate Valtin||Emergent literacy, dyslexia, reading and spelling, international literacy surveys, teacher education||Germany|
|Inge van de Ven||Comparative literature. My work is mostly focused on the intersections between literature, reading, and digital media.||Netherlands|
|Máirin Wilson||Education and professional development of post-graduate teachers in the field of inclusive education, learning support and special educational needs.||Ireland|