Leslie Stebbins is a graduate student in the Technology, Innovation and Education Program at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. She previously worked as an educational technology specialist and librarian at Brandeis University Library and Technology Services, where she coordinated their information literacy program.
Her recent book, "Student Guide to Research in the Digital Age," is being used by faculty and librarians in many undergraduate and graduate courses throughout the United States.
This fall (2008) she will be co-writing a column for the Journal of Academic Librarianship and attending school.
Her interests include:
* Designing online content, curriculum, and activities for non-profits and schools
* Writing on education, instructional technology, educational design, and libraries
* Conducting qualitative, quantitative, formative and summative evaluations for educational institutions, libraries, and other organizations.
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