Dean of Faculty, Bay Path College
Elizabeth Fleming is an assistant professor in the Department of Special Education in the College of Arts and Sciences at Simmons. She is past assistant dean, chair and the director of the Department of Special Education both undergraduate and graduate, which is one of the largest graduate teacher training programs in special education in the country. Fleming has been the principal investigator on several federal grants, conducted numerous program curriculum evaluations, national trainings, chaired college accreditation evaluations, has been a grant reader for several state and federal grants in Washington, D.C. and was a participant at the CISSLM-IMLS International Research Symposium looking at the impact of school libraries on student learning in New York this past year. Her doctoral dissertation surveyed Massachusetts teachers of special education to determine their knowledge about school libraries and librarians. Fleming's research interests are in the areas of special education, professional development, and inclusionary practices for both educators and students.
Lecturer in LIS 431 - Instructional Strategies for Effective Teaching and Learning in the School Library Media Center