Nancy Flanagan Knapp

Associate Professor, University of Georgia

Nancy Flanagan Knapp is an associate professor of learning, design, and technology at the University of Georgia in Athens. She is co-author of Psychology of Reading: Theory and Applications (Guilford Press), and co-writes an invited monthly blog for Psychology Today called “Reading Minds.” She also researches and writes about technology and post-secondary teaching; two recent publications in this area are “The Shape Activity: Social Constructivism in the Psychology Classroom” in the January 2019 issue of Teaching of Psychology and “Increasing Interaction in a Flipped Online Classroom through Video Conferencing” in the November 2018 issue of Tech Trends. Through funding from the U.S. Department of Education’s Teacher Quality Grant Program, she has been fortunate to work with school librarians and collaborating teachers all over the state of Georgia in a number of yearlong professional development programs on supporting literacy through th school library.