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Research Papers & Reports

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Meskill, C. & Chen, C. E. (2002). Infusing English Language Learner Issues Throughout Professional Educator Curricula: The Training All Teachers Project. Paper presented at the 2002 American Educational Research Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

bullet Meskill, C., Mossop, J., & Bates, R.  (1999).  Electronic Text and English as a Second Language Environments.  Albany, NY: National Research Center on English Learning and Achievement.
bullet Meskill, C. & Mossop, J.  (1997).  Technologies Use with Learners of ESL in New York State: Preliminary Report.  Albany, NY: National Research Center on English Learning and Achievement.
bullet Meskill, C. & Swan, K.  (1997).  Roles for Multimedia in the Response-based Literature Classroom.  Journal of Educational Computing Research, 15 (3), 217-239.
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Light, R. (1997).  A Note on Myth About Language, Learning, and Minority Children. Working Paper at the University at Albany, SUNY.

bullet Light, R. & Meskill, C.  (1996).  New Support for Diversity and TESOL Within Language in Education.  School of Education Newsletter, University at Albany.  Vol. IV, No.1.  Winter 1996.
bullet Meskill, C. & Light, R.  (1996).  Technology as Catalyst for Child Advocacy in ESL Teacher Training.  Working Paper at the University at Albany, SUNY.
bullet Swan, K. & Meskill, C.  (1996).  Hypermedia and Response-Based Literature Teaching and Learning: A Critical Review of Commercial Applications. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 29 (2), 167-195.