Patricia Chrosniak, Ph.D., is an educational psychologist and associate professor of teacher education at Bradley University. She teaches courses preparing new secondary education teachers as well as graduate courses in reading. Pat has been a graduate program director and participated for five years on a PT3 grant with all directors and faculty who prepare teachers of the deaf in 68 institutions. She tries to integrate technology as widely as possible in her current courses and tries to learn what is best for her and her students regarding the use of technology in classrooms of children and youth. Pat got her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois as a junior scientist in the Center for the Study of Reading where her primary mentor, George McConkie, introduced her to eye movement research and issues in language processing.