My areas of research focus on several aspects of the education and further education of teacher-librarians. I have investigated the experiences of students in our online teacher-librarianship program and, more specifically, in our required technology class. I am interested in how our teacher-librarians learn about new and emerging technologies and how courses and experiences transform their practice.
I am also interested in further professional learning and how this happens when teacher-librarians often work in isolation and have unique professional learning needs as compared to other teachers in a school.
I continue to be interested in how children and young adults find and use electronic information. From my doctoral research, I developed an interest in the Think Aloud method as a way to gather process data from children and young adults. I continue to be quite interested in the Think Aloud method as it is used in research practice.