Michelle is a Research Analyst at TASCHA. She uses mixed-methods research and evaluation to answer questions related to access to information, skill development, and program outcomes. Much of her work centers on how public libraries support community well-being and promote development. She also has 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.
Digital Skills Toolkit
The learning circle experience: Findings from the P2PU participant survey
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 …