Publications

I have authored or co-authored more than 75 articles, chapters, encyclopedia entries, and books on international ICT research, technology and educational pracOLPC News:tice and policy, and the application of advanced technology to improve science learning. I have designed several advanced multimedia and hypermedia educational software packages. I have also given more than 100 presentations and invited addresses at national and international conferences.

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In the area of technology and educational policy and practice:

Kozma, R. (in press). Relating technology, education reform, and development. In B. McGaw, E. Baker, & P. Peterson (Eds.), International encyclopedia of education. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Kozma, R. (2009). Assessing and teaching 21st century skills: A call to action . In F. Schueremann & J. Bjornsson (eds.), The transition to computer-based assessment: New approaches to skills assessment and implications for large scale assessment (pp. 13-23). Brussels: European Communities.

Kozma, R. (2008). Comparative analyses of policies for ICT in education (pp 10883-1096). In J. Voogt & G. Knezek (eds.), International handbook of information technology in primary and secondary education. Berlin: Springer Science.

Kozma, R. (2007). A series of opinion articles on OLPC News:

  • One laptop per child and education reform.
  • One laptop per child and economic development.
  • One laptop per child and premature scaling.
  • One laptop per child and policy recommendations.

Kozma, R. (2007). Technology in education: A debate between Sir John Daniel and Robert Kozma. Economist.com.

Kozma, R. (2005) National policies that connect ICT-based education reform to economic and social development Human Technology, 1(2), 117-156.

Quellmalz, E. & Kozma, R. (2003) Designing assessments of learning with technology Educational Assessment, 10(3), 389-407.

Kozma, R. (2003) A review of the findings and their implications for practice and policy. In Kozma, R. (Ed.), Technology, innovation, and educational change: A global perspective
Eugene, OR: International Society for Educational Technology.

Kozma, R. & McGhee, R. (2003) ICT and innovative classroom practices. In R. Kozma, R. (Ed.), Technology, innovation, and educational change: A global perspective
Eugene, OR: International Society for Educational Technology.

Zucker, A. & Kozma, R. (2003) Virtual High School: Teaching Generation V New York: Teachers College Press.

Kozma, R. & Schank, P. (1998) Connecting with the twenty-first century: Technology in support of educational reform In C. Dede (Ed.), Technology and learning. Washington, DC: American Society for Curriculum Development.

Kozma, R. & Croninger, R. (1992) Technology and the fate of at-risk students Education and Urban Society, 24(4), 440-453.

In the area of international ICT research and evaluation:

Kozma, R. (2006). ICT, broadband and rural development in Africa. Connect-World: Africa and the Middle East, Issue 2006, 11-13.

Kozma, R. & Wagner, D. (2006). Reaching the most disadvantaged with ICT: What works? In R. Sweet and D. Wagner (Eds.), ICT in non-formal and adult education: Supporting out-of-school youth and adults (pp. 97-120). Paris: OECD.

Kozma, R. (2005) Monitoring and evaluation of the impact of information, communications technologies for education: A review In D. Wagner (Ed.), Monitoring and Evaluation for ICTs in Education: A Handbook for Developing Countries. Washington, DC: infoDev, World Bank.

Kozma, R. & Wagner, D. (2005) Core indicators for monitoring and evaluation studies In D. Wagner (Ed), Monitoring and Evaluation for ICTs in Education: A Handbook for Developing Countries. Washington, DC: infoDev, World Bank.

Wagner, D. & Kozma, R. (2005) New technologies for literacy and adult education: A global perspective
(In English, French, and Arabic). Paris: UNESCO.

Kozma, R., McGhee, R., Quellmalz, E., & Zalles, D. (2004) Closing the digital divide: Evaluation of the World Links Program
International Journal of Educational Development, 24(4), 361-381.

Kozma, R. (2003) Innovative practices from around the world: Integrating technology into the classroom. Leading and Learning, 21(9), 6-9, 52-54.

Kozma, R. (2003) Technology and classroom practices: An international study Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 36(1), 1-14.

Kozma, R. (Ed.) (2003) Technology, innovation, and educational change: A global perspective
Eugene, OR: International Society for Educational Technology.

Kozma, R. & Anderson, R. (2002) Qualitative case studies of innovative pedagogical practices using ICT Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 18, 4 387-394.

In the area of educational technology research and theory:

Kozma, R. (2000) Reflections on the state of educational technology research and development Educational Technology Research and Development, 48(1), 5-15.

Kozma, R. (2000) The relationship between technology and design in educational technology research and development: A reply to Richey Educational Technology Research and Development, 48(1), 19-21.

Kozma, R. (1994) "A reply: Media and method" Educational Technology Research and Development, 42(2), 7-19.

Kozma, R. (1991) Learning with media Review of Educational Research, 61(2), 179-212.

In the area of technology and science education:

Michalchik, V., Rosenquist, A., Kozma, R., Keirkmier, P., Schank, P., & Coppola, B. (in press).
Representational resources for constructing shared understanding in the high school chemistry classroom. In J. Gilbert, M. Nakhleh, & M. Reiner (eds.), Visualization: Theory and practice in science education. New York: Springer.

Kozma, R. & Russell, J. (2005) Multimedia learning of chemistry In R. Mayer (Ed.), Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning, 409-428. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Kozma, R. & Russell, J. (2005) Students becoming chemists: Developing representational competence In J. Gilbert (Ed.), Visualization in science education, 121-146. London: Kluwer.

Russell, J. & Kozma, R. (2005) Assessing learning from the use of multimedia chemical visualization software In J. Gilbert (Ed.), Visualization in science education, 299-332. London: Kluwer.

Kozma, R. (2003) Material and social affordances of multiple representations for science understanding Learning and Instruction, 13(2), 205-226.

Schank, P. & Kozma, R. (2002) Learning chemistry through the use of a representation-based knowledge-building environment Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 21(3), 253-279.

Kozma, R. (2000) The use of multiple representations and the social construction of understanding in chemistry In M. Jacobson & R. Kozma (eds.), Innovations in science and mathematics education: Advanced designs for technologies of learning, (pp. 11-46). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Kozma, R., Chin, E., Russell, J., & Marx, N. (2000) The role of representations and tools in the chemistry laboratory and their implications for chemistry learning Journal of the Learning Sciences, 9(3), 105-144.

Jacobson, M. & Kozma, R. (2000) Innovations in science and mathematics education: Advanced designs for technologies of learning Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Russell, J.; Kozma, R.; Zohdy, M.; Susskind, T.; Becker, D. & Russell, C. (2000) SMV: Chem (Simultaneous Multiple Representations in Chemistry) [software]. New York: John Wiley.

Kozma, R. & Russell, J. (1997) Multimedia and understanding: Expert and novice responses to different representations of chemical phenomena Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 43(9), 949-968.