Our Experts

Our Experts

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.

NameExpertise Country
William G. BrozoLiteracy development for children and young adults.USA
Jeroen ClemensDigital Literacy, Critical Reading, Language teaching, Teacher trainingNetherlands
Elissavet ChlapanaVocabulary development; Comprehension strategies instruction
Narrative ability; Use of ICT in literacy development of young children; Practices for language support of young secondlanguage learners.
Greece
Byeong-Young ChoDigital Literacy, Disciplinary literacyKorea
Julie CoiroDigital LiteracyUSA
Maria Lourdes
Dionisio
Language education, reading and literacies in young and adult educationPortugal
Aydin Durgunoglucognitive foundations of language and literacy development, literacy development in a second language and the cross-language transferUSA
Dorothee GaileReading and writing development of adolescents, Disciplinary literacyGermany
Christine GarbeGerman literature and literature education, literary socialisation and reading development of children and adolescents, adolescent and disciplinary literacy,Germany
Winnie-Karen GieraAdolescent & (Inter-)Disciplinary Literacy, Digital LiteracyGermany
Colin HarrisonDigital LiteracyUK
Carita KiiliDigital LiteraciesFinland
Tiziana MasciaIn-service training and professional development of teachers in reading literacy, distance learning programs to disseminate new literacyItaly
Fabio NascimbeniLearning innovation and ICT for learningItaly
Finian O’SheaLiteracy 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.
Ireland
Jennifer RowsellDigital literacy, ethnographic studies of literacy practices, digital divide, post-structural approaches to literacy, makerspace, and reimagining digital readingUK
Laura Maria SchmidtDyslexia support systems across Europe and support systems for struggling readers, professionalization of literacy expertsGermany
Sari SulkunenAdolescent and adult literacy and the socio-cultural factors related to literacy performanceFinland
Eufimia TafaEarly & Primary LiteracyGreece
Elvira TopalovicAcquisition of german language and language education, multilingualism, and digital literaciesGermany
Renate ValtinEmergent 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

 

 

 

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