Dr. Linda Laidlaw, University of Alberta, Canada
Dr. Diane Collier is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at Brock University. She conducts research in the areas of multimodalities and literacies with a special interest in connections across home and school. Using qualitative and interdisciplinary methodologies, her work focuses on the processes of making and literacies, how children use everyday resources (particularly, popular culture), and what can be learned from children about their consumption and production of multimodal, cultural, and digital texts. Diane is interested in ethical considerations of how children and youth participate in research and how power circulates in research relationships.
Dr. Michelle Honeyford, University of Manitoba
Dr. Burcu Yaman Ntelioglou, Brandon University, Manitoba, Canada, Canada
Dr. Zheng Zhang, PhD, is an Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada (email@example.com). Her research interests include curriculum studies of transnational education, literacy and biliteracy curriculum, internationalization of curriculum, multimodal literacy, cross-border teacher education undergirded by new media literacies, and multiliteracies pedagogy in culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. These primary research areas have addressed pertinent educational challenges in the era of changes with increasing cultural and linguistic diversity, rapid global connectivity, and fast-paced technological changes.
Jacqueline Filipek, Editorial Assistant, Language and Literacy University of Alberta, Canada