Christie Kodama

Christie Kodama

Christie Kodama

PhD Student
Office: 
4121F Hornbake Building, South Wing
Telephone: 
240 770 1692

Hometown

Gardena, CA

Entered program in

2013

Education

B.A. in International and Intercultural Studies, Pitzer College, Claremont, CA
M.L.S. concentrations in School Library and Information and Diverse Populations, University of Maryland

Research Interests

New technologies in teaching and learning
The role of school libraries in student achievement
Urban school librarianship
Leadership and organizational change in school systems.

Publications

  • St. Jean, B., Subramaniam, M., Greene Taylor, N., Follman, R., Kodama, C., & Casciotti, D. (2015). “Because I just know things and I’m sure!”: How socioeconomically disadvantaged tweens’ pre-existing beliefs can influence the success of their online health-related information searches. Research talk at the ALISE (Association for Library and Information Science Education) 2015 Annual Conference, January 27-30, Chicago, IL.

  • Subramaniam, M., St. Jean, B., Greene Taylor, N., Follman, R., Kodama, C., & Casciotti, D. (2014). Bit by bit: Unpacking health literacy instruction for young people. Paper to be presented at the ALISE (Association for Library and Information Science Education) 2015 Annual Conference, January 27-30, Chicago, IL.

  • Mega Subramaniam, Beth St. Jean, Natalie G. Taylor, Dana Casciotti, Rebecca Follman, Faith Ambrosini, & Christie Kodama. (2014). "Nobody will have to suffer what I suffer": Weaving personal relevance into interest-driven learning pathways. Paper to be presented at the 2014 Digital Media and Learning Conference, Boston, MA