Michelle worked as a Research Analyst at TASCHA. She used mixed-methods research and evaluation to answer questions related to access to information, skill development, and program outcomes. Much of her work centered on how public libraries support community well-being and promote development. She also had a keen interest in literacies (information, web, digital, data). Michelle holds degrees in Public Administration (MPA) and Library and Information Science (MLIS) from the University of Washington.
Learning and Leading: An evaluation of the Digital Skills for Digital Librarians Project
Digital Skills Toolkit
Perceptions of Libraries as Development Partners: new report and brief released
Coinciding with the first Beyond Access event, Local Alternatives for Global Development: Rediscovering Libraries, on October 3, 2012, …
February 2: Perceptions of libraries as development partners: Preliminary research results
TASCHA Talk: Chris Coward and Michelle Fellows February 2, 2012 Public libraries play vastly different roles in providing Internet …