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Researchers as Resources on Reading

What is the Researchers as Resources on Reading Network?

The researchers who have agreed to serve as resources are listed in the attached directory called Researchers as Resources on Reading Network. These researchers are experts on the research-based principals of reading instruction and include some of the premier scholars in reading and learning disabilities. All of the researchers have extensive experience working with parents, teachers, and schools to improve reading programs for students with learning disabilities.

What can I expect the researchers to do?

Researchers affiliated with the network anticipate phone calls and other forms of communication from parents and school district personnel who wish to tap the expertise of the network. Limited advice, assistance, and consultation will be provided voluntarily, with more complicated arrangements such as on-site technical assistance to be made solely at the discretion of the researchers and the school. Arrangements for any consultation or technical assistance involving payment are to be negotiated between the researcher and the schools or school districts and will not involve the network. It is important to seek a careful match between your needs and the researcher's expertise and interests. In addition to general expertise in reading instruction, a researcher may have specialized knowledge that can be applied to your specific situation or problems. While specialized knowledge is important, the researcher network does not identify this particular expertise.

How can I work with the researchers?

When you contact a researcher, it is important that you have clearly identified the areas in which you want technical assistance. If you need help in defining your questions, tell the researcher. He or she may be able to assist you in clarifying problem areas that need to be addressed. As you work with the researcher, it is important to continue to identify the important areas to be addressed.

To get the best answers to your reading questions remember to:

  • Clearly identify what you want from the researcher, even if it is help in defining your questions;
     
  • Continually check to be sure you are receiving the help you want; and
     
  • Provide the researcher with clear information about the context in which your students will learn to read.

How do I contact members of the network?

You should contact members of the network directly. An office telephone number (O) and a fax number (FX) are listed for each researcher.

How long will the network be in existence?

The network will exist from July 10, 1996 to July 10, 1997.

Who should I contact for more information about the network?

To obtain more information about the network, contact Jane Burnette at the ERIC/OSEP Special Project, ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education, The Council for Exceptional Children, 703-264-9419. This clearinghouse will maintain the Researchers as Resources on Reading Network. However, members' arrangements with schools or districts are at their own discretion and will not involve the network management.

  Marilyn Jager Adams, Ph.D.
BBN Corporation
10 Moulton Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
O- 617-873-3000
F- 617-873-2794

Scott Baker, Ph.D.
University of Oregon
College of Education
233 Education
Eugene, OR 97403
O- 541-346-3541
F- 541-346-5818

William Bursuck, Ph.D.
EPCSE/Special Education
Graham Hall 225
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115
O- 815-753-8441
F- 815-753-9250

David Chard, Ph.D.
Boston University-SED
605 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
O- 617-353-3253
F- 617-353-3924

Don Crawford, Ph.D.
Department of Special Education
University of Wisconsin
      at Eau Claire
Eau Claire, WI 54701
O- 715-836-2175
F- 715-836-3162

Shirley Dickson, Ph.D.
EPCSE/ Special Education
Graham Hall 225
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115
O- 815-753-8422
F- 815-753-9250

Robert Dixon
National Center to Improve
    the Tools of Educators (NCITE)
2716 Hillside Drive, SE
Olympia, WA 98501
O- 360-754-1122
F- 360-943-7558

Lois Dreyer, Ph.D.
Southern Connecticut
      State University
Reading Department
501 Crescent Street
New Haven, CT 066515
O- 203-392-6406

Lynn Fuchs, Ph.D.
Professor of Special Education
Peabody College
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN 37203
O- 615-343-4782
F- 615-343-1570

Lynn Gelzheiser, Ph.D.
University of Albany,
     State University of New York
Department of Education,
      Psychology & Statistics
1400 Washington Avenue
Room ED 222
Albany, NY 12222
O- 518-442-5079
F- 518-442-4953

Mary Gleason, Ph.D.
College of Education
University of Oregon
Room 275
Eugene, OR 97403
O- 541-346-1647
F- 541-346-5818

Cynthia Griffin, Ph.D.
University of Florida
Department of Special Education
G315 Norman Hall
Gainsville, FL 32611
O- 904-392-0701 X.253
F- 904-392-2655

Tracey Hall, Ph.D.
Pennsylvania State University
231 CEDAR Building
University Park, PA 16802
O- 814-863-2400
F- 814-863-1002

Jan Hasbrouck, Ph.D.
Department of
     Educational Psychology
Texas A & M
College Station, TX 77843
O- 409-845-2317
F- 409-862-1256

Steve Isaacson, Ph.D.
School of Education
617 S.W. Harrison
Portland State University
Portland, OR 97201
O- 503-725-4493
F- 503-725-5599

Joe Jenkins, Ph.D.
University of Washington
EEU, Box 357925
Seattle, WA 98195
O- 206-543-1827
F- 206-543-8480

Edward Kameenui, Ph.D.
University of Oregon
College of Education
170 Education
Eugene, OR 98195
O- 541-346-1646
F- 541-346-5818

Diane Kinder, Ph.D.
Department of EPCSE
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115
O- 815-753-8465
F- 815-753-9250

John Wills Lloyd, Ph.D.
University of Virginia
Department of Special Education
Room 152 Ruffner Hall
405 Emmet Street
Charlottesville, VA 22903
O- 804-924-0759
F- 804-924-0747

 

G. Reid Lyon, Ph.D.
National Institute of Child Health
      and Human Development
Room 4B05
6100 Executive Blvd.
National Institutes of Health
Bethesda, MD 20892
O- 301-496-6591
F- 301-402-2085

Patricia Mathes, Ph.D.
Florida State University
Department of Special Education
205 Stone Building
Tallahassee, FL 32306
O- 904-644-4880
F- 904-644-8715

Rollanda O'Connor, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh
4F29 Forbes Quadrangle
Department of Instruction
      and Learning
230 South Bouquet Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
O- 412-648-2621
F- 412-648-7081

Donna Scanlon, Ph.D.
Child Research Studies Center
Husted Hall
The University at Albany
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12222
O- 518-442-3770
F- 518-442-3746

Jeanne Shay Schumm, Ph.D.
University of Miami
School of Education
Office of School Based Research
PO Box 268065
Coral Gables, FL 33124
O- 305-284-4970
F- 305-284-6998

John Shefelbiene, Ph.D.
Sacramento State University
Teacher Education-CSUS
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819
O- 916-278-7537
F- 916-278-5904

Deborah C. Simmons, Ph.D.
University of Oregon
College of Education
275 Education
Eugene, OR 97403
O- 541-346-3486
F- 541-346-5818

Tim Slocum, Ph.D.
Utah State University
Department of Special Education
Logan, UT 84322
O- 801-797-3212
F- 801-797-3572

Janet Spector, Ph.D.
University of Maine
College of Education
5766 Shibles Hall
Orono, ME 04469
O- 207-581-2459
F- 207-581-2423

Sylvia Smith
University of Oregon
College of Education
5766 Shibles Hall
Eugene, OR 97405
O- 541-346-3493
F- 541-346-5818

Vickie Snider, Ph.D.
Department of Special Education
University of Wisconsin
        at Eau Claire
Eau Claire, WI 54701
O- 715-836-2112
F- 715-836-3162

Dixie Lee Spiegel, Ph.D.
University of North Carolina
CB#3500
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
O- 919-966-1346
F- 919-962-1533

Steve Stahl, Ph.D.
University of Georgia
309 Aderhold
Athens, GA 30602
O- 706-542-3813
F- 706-542-3817

Marcy Stein, Ph.D.
University of Washington, Tacoma
917 Pacific Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98402
O- 206-552-4435
F- 206-552-4424

Louise Spear-Swerling, Ph.D.
Southern Connecticut
         State University
Department of Special Education
501 Crescent Street
New Haven, CT 06515
O- 203-392-5925
F- 203-392-5927

Sara Tarver, Ph.D.
Department of Rehabilitation,
Psychology, and Special Education
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Madison, WI 53706
O- 608-263-5791
F- 608-262-8108

Frank Vellutino, Ph.D.
The University of Albany
135 Western Avenue
Albany, NY 12222
O- 515-442-3746
F- 515-442-3771

Rose-Marie Weber, Ph.D.
University at Albany,
       State University of New York
Department of Reading
1400 Washington Avenue
Room ED 331
Albany, NY 12222
O- 518-442-5106
F- 518-765-2700

Joanna Williams, Ph.D.
Teachers College
Columbia University
Box 238
New York, NY 10027
O- 212-678-3832
F- 212-678-4048

 

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