Dr. Diane R. Collier

Associate Professor (PhD), Department of Educational Studies

Available for Graduate Advisement.

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St. Catharines, ON
905 688 5550 x6146

Dr. Collier researches in the areas of multimodality and everyday literacies, and is especially interested in collaborative, participatory research with children and others. Using arts-informed, qualitative, and ethnographic methodologies, she focuses on literacies-in-process and playful improvisation. She researches how children use everyday texts (particularly images and popular culture) to connect with audiences both globally and locally, across home and school.

  • PJ Language EDBE 8P34
  • PJ Language EDBE 8P42
  • EDUC 5P92 – Introduction to Research Methods
  • EDUC 5P09 – Theories of Literacy
  • EDUC 5V14 – 21st Century Literacies
  • EDUC 5P95 – Qualitative Methods in Educational Research