Dr. Alexandra List
Dr. List is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education at Penn State University. Her research examines how students learn from multiple texts, such as when researching on the Internet. She is particularly interested in students’ higher order text-based processing, including source evaluation and integration, as well as writing based on multiple texts. Dr. List earned her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Hongcui (Hannie) Du
Hannie Du is interested in how students develop an understanding of information, presented across multiple texts and how they communicate this understanding through writing. Currently, Hannie is examining students’ processing and evaluation of evidence presented in texts and their use of text-based evidence in writing. Hannie is also interested in developing interventions that can improve students’ text-based evidence processing and use.
Hyeyeon Lee is a doctoral student in the Educational Psychology program at Penn State. She studies how students learn from multiple sources of information on the Internet. Currently, her work focuses on examining students’ self-regulation, including information selection and evaluation, within the context of multiple text use.
Gala Campos is interested in the structure and patterns of English texts produced by English as a Second Language writers. Gala is also interested on neuropsychological assessments and their adaptation into Spanish.
Eunseo Lee is a Ph.D. student in Educational Psychology at Penn State University. She received her master’s degree in Educational Technology at Yonsei University in South Korea. Her research focuses on designing and implementing scaffolds in customized learning environments. Her current work focuses on helping students as they integrate or make connections across multiple sources of information through writing. She is also involved in research on pre-service, early childhood teachers’ preparation for integrating robotics and programming into young children’s STEM+CS classrooms.