Dr. Kristen Radsliff Rebmann
Statement of Research Interests & Experience
I joined SLIS in the fall of 2007 after completing my Ph.D. in Communication at University of California, San Diego. My graduate research at UCSD explored the design of interventions to support critical multi–literacies among children participating in community-based informal learning environments. Prior to coming to UCSD, I worked as an academic librarian focused on web design and instructional technology. My current research interests include studying relationships between play practices, information behavior, and human development.
Publications are also listed under Kristen R. Clark
Possible PhD Thesis Topic Areas
- Learning design
- New media
- Informal information seeking
Ten Representative Publications
- Clark, K. (forthcoming) Critical multiliteracies and children: A handbook to support computer, media, and information literacy. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.
Professional Memberships & Related Matters
- LCHC (2001-present), Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition, UCSD.
AERA (2005-present), American Educational Research Association.
Cultural-Historical Special Interest Group.
- ALISE (2004-present), Association for Library and Information Science Education.
- ISCAR (2004-present), International Society for Cultural and Activity Research.
- ALA (1999–2005), American Library Association.