Stacey is a research coordinator with the Technology & Social Change Group. Her research interests include understanding the affordances and limitations of using different types of devices to interact with the Internet and what technology skills and access people need to accomplish their goals. . Before coming to the UW, she taught basic computer classes at a nonprofit, community college, and as Peace Corps Volunteer in Mongolia. Stacey holds degrees in Public Administration (MPA) and Library and Information Science (MLIS) from the University of Washington. She earned a BA in Communication from Trinity University (San Antonio, Texas).
Developing digital skills for digital librarians
As many communities struggle to keep up with shifts in technology, public libraries provide critical digital literacy training that …
Knowledge Politics Across Digital Divides: Talk at Development Studies Association Conference
How do digital divides shape whose knowledge is seen as legitimate in development? Often ICTD projects focus on overcoming …
Session at ALA: Ensuring the Future of Libraries: Connecting the Academy and the Profession
Attending the American Libraries Association Conference (ALA) in New Orleans? Join TASCHA Research Scientist Chris Jowaisas at the …