- Yong Zhao
Michigan State Univeristy
Yong Zhao (http://zhao.educ.msu.edu) is assistant professor of Technology in Education and Educational Psychology at Michigan State University. His research interests include the impact of technological innovations on education, teacher adoption of technology, and network-based learning environments. His recent publications include “Teaching and learning: Whose computer is it?”
(Zhao, Tan, & Mishra, 2000) in the Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy (Available at:
00_Column/index.html and “A Clubhouse is a Clubhouse, a
Clubhouse” (Zhao, Mishra, & Girod, 2000) in the Journal of Computers and Human Behavior.
- Paul Conway
National University of Ireland
Paul Conway is a faculty member in the Education Department at the National University of Ireland, Cork. His research interests include educational reform, language and literacy, and teacher learning. Recent articles include "Anticipatory reflection while learning to teach: From a temporally truncated to a temporally distributed model of reflection in teacher education" (Conway, 2001), in Teaching and Teacher Education, 17,
1, 89-106 and "School's Information Technology (IT) 2000: Technological innovation and educational change" (Conway, 2000), in Irish Educational Studies, 19, 227-244.