Elaine Khoo is a research fellow at the Wilf Malcolm Institute of Education (WMIER) based in the Faculty of Education at The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Her master’s in psychology with an emphasis in cognitive science is from Vanderbilt University and her doctorate is in education from the University of Waikato. Elaine Khoo’s research interests include teaching and learning in environments supported by information and communication technology (ICT). She is also interested in online learning settings with a particular concern for how to build and sustain online learning communities as well as participatory learning cultures and collaborative research contexts. One of her key aspirations in life is encouraging teachers and learners to see the potential of different ICTs and how they can realistically adopt them to transform their teaching and learning practices. Khoo has been involved with a number of externally funded research projects associated with online learning, Web 2.0 tools, and ICTs in K–12 as well as higher education classrooms. She has recently completed two projects investigating networked science inquiry in secondary classrooms and exploring the educational affordances of iPads among preschoolers. At present, Dr. Khoo is heading a newly funded project examining the notion of software literacy, including how it develops and affects university teaching and learning as well as overall student experiences. Dr. Khoo can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or via her homepage at http://education.waikato.ac.nz/about/faculty-staff/?user=ekhoo.