Media and Publications

Selected Publications

Culatta, R., Chase, Z. (Ed.). (in press). Learning Powered by Technology: 2015 National Educational Technology Plan. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education

Culatta, R. (Ed.). (in press). Personalized Learning: Leveraging Technology to Provide Personalized Learning Experiences for All Students. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education

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Culatta, R. Stevens, K. (Ed.). (2015). Education Developers Toolkit: A Guide for Developing Impactful Educational Software. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education

Culatta, R. & Garcia, A. (2014). Wolf sharks, Energy Drinks, and Learning Standards: Reflections from White House Education Game Jam. Digital Media and Learning Central. http:/www.dmlcentral.net

Culatta, R., Chase, Z. (Ed.). (2014). Connected Schools Guide: A Practical Guide to Connecting America’s Learning & Teaching through High-Speed Internet. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education

Culatta, R., Adams, B. (Ed.). (2013). Promoting Grit, Resilience and Motivation. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education

Culatta, R. (2012). From Innovation Clusters to Datapalooza: Accelerating Innovation in Educational Technology. EDUCAUSE Review. Nov 2012. 25-27.

Culatta, R., & Roades A. (2010). A Case Study in Using Web 2.0 Tools to Improve Organizational Collaboration. In N. Van Dame (Ed.), Workplace Learning: e-Learning 2.0 Solutions That Produce Business Results. McGraw-Hill.

Culatta, R., & Miller, M. (2009, June). The Future of Online Learning Systems: A Modular Approach to Designing Highly Customizable Learning Systems. Paper presented at the Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning American, Orlando, FL.

Culatta, R., & Wilkinson, J. (2009, April). Currency and Technology: Keeping up or Striking Out. eLearning Government, 25-27.

Culatta, R. & Jackson, G. (2007). Agile Learning Network: A Mission Imperative (Galileo Award Papers). Washington: Director of National Intelligence.

Culatta, R. (2006). Extending the Reach of Educational Research: Applying Product Commercialization Processes to Communities of Practice. Master’s thesis, Brigham Young University, Provo.

Graham, C., Culatta, R., Pratt, M., & West, R. (2004). Redesigning the Teacher Education Technology Course to Emphasize Integration. In N. Wentworth, R. Earle & M. Connell (Eds.), Integrating Information Technology into the Teacher Education Curriculum: Process and Products of Change. New York: Hayworth Press, Inc.

Culatta, R. Culatta, B., & Aslett, R. (2004). Using Technology to Enhance Early Literacy Instruction in Spanish. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 25. 89-96.

Graham, C., Culatta, R., Pratt, M., & West, R. (2004). Redesigning the Teacher Education Technology Course to Emphasize Integration. Computers in the Schools, 21 (1), 127–148.

Culatta, B., Culatta, R. Aslett, R., & Wilson, C., (2004). In J. Cohen, K. McAlister, K. Rolstad, & J. MacSwan (Eds.) Balanced Literacy in a Spanish-English Immersion Program. ISB4: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Bilingualism (pp. 570-582). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

Culatta, R., Culatta, B., Frost, M., & Buzzell, K., Project SEEL: Part II. Using Technology to Enhance Early Literacy Instruction in Spanish. Communication Disorders Quarterly, Jan 2004; vol. 25: pp. 89 - 96.

Culatta, R. (2003, November). The Internet Unplugged: Learn to Make Your Web Browser an Important Educational Tool-Even When You Don't Have Internet Access in Your Classroom. Learning and Leading with Technology, 31(3), 6-12.

 

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