Evangeline S Pianfetti

think. innovate. do.


Pianfetti, E.S. & Reese, G. (2011).  Transforming Technology Education: Learning in A Digital Work in Fostering Human Development Through Engineering and Technology Education (ETE), Barak, M. and Hacker, M (eds.)  Rotterdam: Senses Publisher.

Pianfetti, E.S. (2009). Ubiquitous Learning: Educating Generation I in Ubiquitous Learning, Cope and Kalantzis (eds).

Ching, C. C., Basham, J., & Pianfetti, E. (2005). Technology in education/technology in life: Toward a holistic perspective on integration in preparing tomorrow’s teachers at the University of Illinois. In C. Vraisidas & G. Glass (Eds.), Current perspectives on applied information technologies: Vol. 2. Preparing tomorrow’s teachers to use technology (pp. 225-240). Greenwich, CT: Information Age. Bennet, N.,

Sandore, B., & Pianfetti, E. (2002)  Digital Cultural Heritage Community: Collaborative Interactions Among Libraries, Museums and Elementary Classrooms.  D-Lib Magazine vol. 8(1).  Available online: http://www.dlib.org/dlib/january02/bennett/01bennett.html|

Pianfetti, E. S. (2000). Teachers and Technology: Digital Literacy through Professional Development Language Arts, v78 n3 p255-62 Jan 2001

Pianfetti, E. S. (1999).  Tools for the 21st Century: How digital video and the Internet can engage learners in math and science.  SITE 2000 Proceedings.

Pianfetti, E.S. (1999).  From the abstract to the practical: How the Motion Media Grapher helps students understand and interpret abstract mathematical concepts.  M/STE 2000 Proceedings.

Thurston, C., Secaras, E., & Levin, J. (1996).  Teaching Teleapprenticeships: An Innovative model for technology integration in teacher education.  Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 28(5).


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