University of Oregon
Lynne Anderson-Inman Co-Principal Investigator of MeTRC, Director of CES

Information: Lynne Anderson-Inman, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized expert on the use of technology to improve reading, writing, and studying, with special emphasis on strategies to enhance the academic success of struggling adolescent and adult learners. She is Director of the UO’s Center for Advanced Technology in Education (CATE), the Center for Electronic Studying (CES), the Oregon Writing Project at the UO, and the National Center for Supported eText (NCSeT). She has directed more than 30 externally funded multi-year projects, totaling more than $16 million. With her colleague Dr. Mark Horney, Dr. Anderson-Inman established the concept of supported electronic text (or supported etext) as an approach to accessible and supportive digital materials for students with disabilities (Anderson-Inman & Horney, 1998; 2007.) Their typology of 11 types of supportive resources for digital materials guides the research agenda of the National Center for Supported eText (NCSeT), which supports research at six sites across the country, funded by a cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Education’s, Office of Special Education Programs. Dr. Anderson-Inman contributes regularly to the research literature, as well as publications for practitioners, and is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences.