Educational Technology; Learning Sciences; Literacy and Reading Education; Teacher Education
Logan Rath is a doctoral candidate in Curriculum, Instruction and the Science of Learning. His dissertation research focuses on academic instruction librarians’ understanding of information literacy as a social practice. In addition to information literacy instruction, his research interests include multimodality, effective online learning and teaching, and instructional technology. Logan holds a Master of Library Science from the University at Buffalo, a Master of Science in Information Design in Technology from SUNY Polytechnic Institute, and a BA in Spanish – Adolescent Education 7-12 from SUNY Geneseo. Logan is a formerly certified library school media specialist K-12 and Spanish teacher. He is currently employed as a research and instruction librarian at SUNY Brockport where he has received a Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Librarianship. Outside of academia, Logan is a certified dive professional and enjoys traveling to new locations to explore the underwater world.