Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, Georgia State University, 2022
Adult literacy development; technology-enhanced learning interventions; motivational constructs; instructional design; curriculum development.
Christine Miller is an assistant project director in the Adult Literacy Research Center at Georgia State University. She recently defended her dissertation on Educational Attainment and Adult Literacy in the Educational Psychology program at Georgia State University. Her primary research interests include adult reading development, reading interventions and reading practices. She has published and presented in peer-reviewed journals and conferences focusing on practitioners and/or researchers. Her previous experience includes teaching reading to adult learners, working as a research assistant at the Adult Literacy Research Center, providing professional development to adult reading teachers to bridge research to practice and working with community literacy programs throughout the state of Georgia.
Greenberg, D., Miller, C., & Graesser, A. (accepted). Designing and using an intelligent tutoring system for adult
learners. Adult Literacy Education, Special Issue for ProLiteracy Journal.
Einarson, I., Miller, C., Rodgerson, D., Lovett, M., & Greenberg, D. (2021). Reflections from teaching basic adult
literacy. Adult Literacy Education: The International Journal of literacy, language, and numeracy.
Miller, C., Greenberg, D., Hendricks, R., & Nanda, A. (2017). Educational Attainment: Limited implications for
adult literacy learners, The Journal of Research and Practice for Adult Literacy, Secondary, and Basic
Education, 6 (2), 21-36.
Miller, C. & Kaufmann, J. (2017), Reimaging Cancer through Painting: An art-based autoethnography,
Art/Research International: A Transdisciplinary Journal.