Stacey Wedlake participated in a webinar panel for the Office of Family Assistance. The webinar, titled “Adult Literacy and Education: Strategies to Alleviate the Literacy Gap,” provided an overview of the current state of adult literacy and education in the United States and explored how programs are addressing adult literacy challenges.
J. Elizabeth Mills, along with Kathleen Campana, Marianne Martens, and Claudia Haines, published the lead paper for the research study they conducted recently with the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) in the journal, Children and Libraries. The title of the paper is “Where Are We Now? The Evolving Use of New Media with Young Children in Libraries.”
Jevin West was interviewed for the UW Daily article, “Our data is as biased as we are.”