Elizabeth Dobler

Elizabeth DoblerDr. Elizabeth Dobler began her career as a classroom teacher, teaching kindergarten, first, third, and sixth grades for 13 years. She earned her Ph.D. at Kansas State University and is now a literacy professor at Emporia State University, in Emporia, Kansas; here, she teaches courses in language arts, reading, and children’s literature. She also directs the Professional Development School program in Topeka Public Schools, where she supervises student interns. Her research interests have focused on web literacies as well as the instructional practices of preservice and novice teachers. She is an active member of the Kansas Reading Association, the International Reading Association, and the Literacy Research Association. Her other publications include the books Reading the Web: Strategies for Internet Inquiry and A Report Card on Report Cards and journal articles in the Kansas Journal of Reading, Reading Research Quarterly, Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, and Journal of Reading Education.

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