Michelle is a Research Analyst at TASCHA, where she examines the role of public libraries in international development efforts. Her research explores how libraries and local organizations support community outcomes through the provision of information services, training, and technology. She has used program evaluation, impact assessment, and stakeholder analysis to assess partnership effectiveness, organizational performance, and sustainability. Michelle holds degrees in Public Administration (MPA) and Library and Information Science (MLIS) from the University of Washington and studied geography at the University of California, Berkeley.
Beyond Access: Perceptions of libraries as development partners
Literature review on the impact of public access to information and communication technologies
Perceptions of Libraries as Development Partners: new report and brief released
Coinciding with the first Beyond Access event, Local Alternatives for Global Development: Rediscovering Libraries, on October 3, 2012, …
February 2: Perceptions of libraries as development partners: Preliminary research results
TASCHA Talk: Chris Coward and Michelle Fellows February 2, 2012 Public libraries play vastly different roles in providing Internet …