Justine Kam Lin Maeda
University of Hawaii
Justine is a graduate student in the Educational Technology and Library and Information Science Program at the University of Hawaii. Born and raised on Oahu, she is a 2002 Roosevelt Rough Rider alumni and the third daughter among five girls.
She worked as a classroom teacher with the Hawaii Department of Education for five years prior to graduate school. Currently working as a Graduate Assistant at U of H with the Center on Disability Studies, she and her colleagues are researching the effectiveness of a text-to-speech reading program.
Justine loves spending time with favorite people and enjoys green tea lattes, grassy parks, volleyball, coffee, grace, creativity, and recently began learning to garden.
Presenter for the Following Session
- Learning Module Focused on Google Internet Search Skills for Middle School
The World Wide Web is the largest information source for students seeking out information. A strong information literacy foundation is essential to students’ scholastic success as it allows students to find, evaluate, and use information effectively. However, many secondary students have indicated concerning levels of information literacy skill development.