Ed.D.*, with emphasis in Technology, Innovation, Education (formerly Technology in Education). 2006.
*Ed.D. is the only degree offered and seen as equivalent to Ph.D.
M.Ed., Curriculum and Instruction. 1994.
Summa Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa. 1992.
Honors and Awards
- Lilly Fellowship, Michigan State, distinction recognizing teaching excellence and developing scholar-teacher-leaders campus-wide, 2013-2014.
- Outstanding Postdoctoral Scholar Award, University of Minnesota, 2008-2009.
- Member, National Educational Technology Leadership Summit, Washington DC, 2008.
- Selected for Women’s Leadership Institute, University of Minnesota, 2006-2007 cohort.
- Qualifying Paper passed with distinction, Harvard University, 2001.
- Larsen Scholarship for promising entering doctoral candidates, Harvard University, 1998.
- Annie Ryder Memorial Scholarship, American Association of University Women, 1998.
- Phi Delta Kappa, Boston College, 1994.
- Donovan Scholarship for promising master’s candidates, Boston College, 1994.
- Phi Beta Kappa, Dartmouth College, 1992.
- Honorable Mention, Colby Prize in Government, Dartmouth College, 1992.
- Rufus Choate Scholar, Dartmouth College, 1989-1991.
- Angulo Award for excellence in Government, Dartmouth College, 1990.
- Five academic citations for exceptional scholarship, Dartmouth College, 1990-1992.
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology & Educational Technology Program, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education, College of Education, 2012-present.
University of Maryland, College Park, MD
Assistant Professor, College of Education (primary appointment), 2010-2011.
Assistant Professor, College of Information Studies ( iSchool), 2010-2011.
Yale University, New Haven, CT
Visiting Fellow (academic year 2009-2010), Information and Society Project, Digital Education Research & Policy
Cyberscholar, joint fellowship program with Yale Information & Society Project, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, and Comparative Media at M.I.T.
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Research Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies, fostering interdisciplinary research & collaborations. 2009-2010.
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Learning Technologies, College of Education & Human Development. 2007-2009.
Research Associate, Digital Media Center, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, 2004-2007.
Project Coordinator, Center for Applied Research, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities 2001-2003.
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Research Assistant, Education with New Technologies Project, Harvard Graduate School of Education.1998-2000.
Research Assistant, Women in the Information Age Project, John F. Kennedy School of Government.1999-2000.
Teaching Fellow, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1998-2000.
Master of Teaching Candidate Supervisor, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1998-2000.
Related Work Experiences
Co-founder and Founding Board Member, College Possible, (formerly Admission Possible), Twin Cities, 2000-
Independent Consultant, Saint Paul Public Schools, 2003-2004.
Independent Consultant, Ivy Productions, Summer 1998.
Teacher, King Philip Regional High School, 1994-1998.
Research Associate, Health Advances Management Consulting, 1993.
Account Manager, Cambridge Technology Group, 1992.
Publications (* in peer-reviewed journals)
*Greenhow, C. & Gleason, B.(2012). Twitteracy: Tweeting as a new literacy practice. The Education Forum, 45(2), 223-245.
*Greenhow, C. & Burton, L.(2011). Help from my “Friends:” Social capital in the social network sites of low-income high school students. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 45(2), 223-245.
Greenhow, C. (2011). Youth, learning and social media. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 45(2),139-146.
*Greenhow, C. (2011). Learning and social media: What are the interesting questions for research? International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning, 1(1), 36-50.
*Robelia, B., Greenhow, C., & Burton, L. (2011). Adopting environmentally responsible behaviors: How learning from a social networking application motivated students to act for the environment. Environmental Education Research, 17 (4), 553-575.
*Greenhow, C. (2011). Online social networks and learning. On the Horizon, 15(1), 4-12.
*Greenhow, C. (2010). The role of youth as cultural producers in a niche social network site. New Directions in Youth Development: Theory, Research & Practice, 128, 55-64.
*Greenhow, C. & Robelia, E. (2009). Old communication, new literacies: Social network sites as social learning resources. Journal of Computer-mediated Communication, 14(4). 1130-1161.
*Greenhow, C. & Robelia, E. (2009). Informal learning and identity formation in online social networks. Learning, Media and Technology, 34(2), 119-140.
*Greenhow, C., Robelia, E., & Hughes, J. (2009). Web 2.0 and classroom research: What path should we take now? Educational Researcher, 38 (4), 246-259.
*Greenhow, C., Robelia, E., & Hughes, J. (2009). Research on Learning and Teaching with Web 2.0: Bridging Conversations. Educational Researcher, 38 (4), 280-283.
Greenhow, C. (2009). Social scholarship: Applying social networking technologies to research practices. Knowledge Quest, 37(4).
*Greenhow, C. & Walker, J.D. & Kim, S. (2009). Millenial learners and net-savvy teens: Examining internet use among low-income students. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 26(2), 63-69.
*Greenhow, C. (2008). Commentary: Connecting formal and informal learning in the age of participatory media: A response to Bull et. al. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 8 (3). Available at: http://www.citejournal.org/vol8/iss3/editorial/article1.cfm
*Greenhow, C., Dexter, S., & Hughes, J. (2008). Teacher knowledge about technology integration: An examination of inservice and preservice teachers’ instructional decision-making. Science Education International, 19 (1), pp. 9-25.
*Greenhow, C. & Belbas, B. (2007). Using activity-oriented design methods to study collaborative knowledge-building in e-Learning courses. International Journal of Computer-supported Collaborative Learning (2), 363-391
*Greenhow, C., Walker, J.D., Donnelly, D., & Cohen, B.A. (2007). Fair use in the digital age: Using online tools to teach decision-making about fair use and copyright in higher education. Innovate-Journal of Online Education, 4(1).
*Greenhow, C., Walker, J.D., Donnelly, D., & Cohen, B.A. (2007). Fair use analysis tool: Empowering ECT professionals to make decisions about fair use. Techtrends.51(5),11-13.
*Greenhow, C., Dexter, S. & Riedel, E. (2006). Methods for evaluating web-based environments for teacher professional development on technology integration. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 23(1), 21-28.
Grants (see “Research” section)
Greenhow, C. (2010, Fall). Online social networking for learning. Better: Evidence-based Education, 3 (1), 18-19. Washington, DC: John Hopkins University.
Greenhow, C. & Reifman, J. (2009, Fall). Engaging youth in social media: Is Facebook the new media frontier. The Nieman Report. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.
Greenhow, C. (2009). Restructuring or Rehash: Shifts in educational technology policy and research. Learning and Leading, 37 (4), 10-11.
Greenhow, C. (2009). Are we there yet?: Changing trends in online learning and internet use. Learning and Leading, 37 (1), 10-11.
Greenhow, C. (2009). Tapping the wealth of social networks for professional development. Learning and Leading, 36 (8), 10-12.
Greenhow, C. (2009). A Window on the future: Insights from 30 years of technology in education research. Learning and Leading, 36 (6), 16-17.
Greenhow, C. (2008). @TEOTD JM2C: A look at the research on digital literacies and today’s learners. Learning & Leading, 36 (4), 10-11.
Greenhow, C. (2008). Who are today’s learners? Learning & Leading, 36 (1), 10-11.
Greenhow, C. (2006). Review of the book Technology and assessment: A tale of two interpretations (Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing, 2006). Education Review, 517. Available online at http://edrev.asu.edu/reviews/rev517.htm.
Greenhow, C. (1997). Snafu or yahoo! Technology’s impact on language arts. Massachusetts English Teacher, Summer 1997.
Books and Book Chapters (*refereed)
*Greenhow, C. & Sonnevend, J. (Eds.). Social media, learning, and society: New models for education in the digital age. Anticipated for inclusion in the Information Society Series, MIT Press.
*Greenhow, C. & Sonnevend, J. (in progress). Social media, learning and society: Opportunities & challenges (working title). For inclusion in Greenhow, C. & Sonnevend, J. (Eds.). Social media, learning, and society: New models for education in the digital age. Anticipated for inclusion in the Information Society Series, MIT Press.
*Mishra, P., Koehler, M., & Greenhow, C. (in progress). Chapter on New Technology-based Methods. For inclusion in Corno, L. and Anderman, E. (Eds.). Handbook of Educational Psychology, 3rd edition.
*Greenhow, C. & Gibbins, T. (in preparation). Social networking as third spaces for writing development. For inclusion in Anderson, R. and Mims, C. (Eds.). Digital Tools for Writing Instruction in K-12 Settings: Student Perception and Experience.
*Greenhow, C. & Li, J. (2013). Like, comment, share: Collaboration and civic engagement in social network sites. Mouza, C. & Lavigne, N. (Eds.). Emerging Technologies for the Classroom: A Learning Sciences Perspective. Springer.
Greenhow, C. (2012). Literacies in social networking applications. Merchant, G., Gillen, J., Marsh, J., & Davies, J. (Eds.). Virtual Literacies: Interactive Spaces for Children and Young People. Routledge.
*Greenhow, C. (2011). Research methods unique to digital contexts: An introduction to virtual ethnography (pp. 70-86). In Duke, N. & Mallette, M. (Eds.). Handbook of Literacy Research Methodologies. Guildford Press.
*Greenhow, C. (2009). Educational benefits of social network sites: Applications to human services education. In Hawkins, L. & Martin, J. (Eds.). Information Communication Technologies for Human Services Education and Delivery: Concepts and Cases. IGI Global Publishing.
Greenhow, C. (2007). Supporting teachers’ development of extended social networks for teaching and learning. Sidebar in G. Solomon & L. Schrum, New Tools, New Schools: Web 2.0 in Education (pp. 107-110). Eugene, OR: ISTE.
*Slotta, J., De Wever, B., Van Keer, H., Charles, E., Damsa, C., Sins, P., Greenhow, C. (2010). Content analysis of collaboratively constructed knowledge artifacts: Issues and opportunities for research. Accepted for presentation. Proceedings for the International Society of the Learning Sciences Conference, Chicago, Illinois, June 28-July 2.
*Lewin, C., Greenhow, C., & Crook, M. (2010). Recrafting formal education: Shifting the boundaries of formal and informal learning. Accepted for presentation. Proceedings of the European Conference on Educational Research, Helsinki, Finland, August 23-27, 2010.
*Walker, S. & Greenhow, C. (2010). The internet and human relationships: Revisiting the personal social networks of parents. Accepted for presentation. Proceedings of the National Council on Family Relations Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, November 2-3, 2010.
*Greenhow, C. (2009). Social network sites and education: Emerging research within CSCL. In A. Dimitrakopoulou (Ed.), CSCL 2009: Proceedings of the International Society of the Learning Sciences Computer-supported Collaborative Learning Conference, Rhodes, Greece, June 10-12.
*Greenhow, C. (2008). Characterizing teens’ online socio-cultural practices to inform teachers’ development of networked pedagogy. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 4-8, 2008.
*Greenhow, C. & Schultz, K. (2007). Using online social networks in an elective learning environment to support underrepresented students’ engagement in education. In C.A. Chinn, G. Erkens, S. Puntambekar (Eds.), CSCL 2007: Proceedings of the International Society of the Learning Sciences Computer-supported Collaborative Learning Conference, New Brunswick, New Jersey, July 16-21.
*Greenhow, C. (2007). What teacher education needs to know about Web 2.0: Preparing new teachers in the 21st Century. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) Annual Conference, San Antonio, March 26-28, 2007
Hughes, J.E., Greenhow, C., & Schifter, C. (2006). Information Technology Diffusion/Integration Section Introduction. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) Conference Proceedings (CD-ROM).
*Greenhow, C. (2004). Creative play or ‘puter time: Preservice teachers’ use of Internet-based tools to challenge beliefs about early childhood education. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) Annual Conference, Atlanta, March 27-29, 2004
*Dexter, S. & Greenhow, C. (2002). Evaluating web-based environments for teacher professional development on technology integration. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) Annual Conference. Nashville, March 18-22, 2002.