Research Sites University of Kentucky
University of Kentucky
About NCSeT Research at University of Kentucky

Preston Lewis and his research team at the University of Kentucky are investigating patterns of student use of digital text with Read & Write GOLD (Texthelp Systems) and the relationship of these patterns to individual learner characteristics and performance.

 

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NCSeT Research Team at University of KY

The NSCeT research team at the University of Kentucky consists of:

Mr. Preston Lewis, Research Site Project Director

Ms. Carmen Grosu, Senior Research Assistant

 
2008-9 Research Update for the University of Kentucky
During the 2008-9 school year, the research group at the University of Kentucky will conduct a new study of the use of Read & Write Gold in two Kentucky school districts. The study will look at how to increase student access to the general curriculum through increased availability and use of ETEXT technology with the anticipated outcome of gains in reading comprehension and student achievement.
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2007-8 Read & Write Gold Study in Kentucky
The NCSeT Kentucky ETEXT Study was designed to collect and analyze student usage data across a broad range of Kentucky Schools to identify patterns of student use of electronic reading supports and the relationship of these patterns to individual learner characteristics and performance as those students used the program Read & Write Gold (RWG).
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About Read & Write Gold

In its research, the University of Kentucky is investigating the use of Read&Write GOLD with students with learning disabilities. Read&Write GOLD from Texthelp Systems is an award winning literacy productivity tool that helps individuals of all ages who struggle with reading and writing, learning disabilities such as dyslexia, or are English Language Learners.

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RWG Data Analysis in Kentucky
alt text text Analysis is underway at the University of Kentucky NCSeT research site of data showing how students interact with Read-Write-Gold.

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