My Publications

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Refereed Articles

van ‘t Hooft, M., Kratcoski, A., Cook, D., Swan, K., Vahey, P., Rafanan, K., Stanford, T., & Yarnall, L. (Fall 2012, in press). Preliminary results from the Thinking With Data project: A cross-curricular approach to the development of data literacy. Middle Grades Research Journal.

Crompton, H., LaFrance, J., & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2012). QR codes 101. Learning & Leading with Technology, 39(8), 22-25.

Vahey, P., Rafanan, K., Patton, C., Swan, K., van ‘t Hooft, M., Kratcoski, A., & Stanford, T. (2012). A cross-disciplinary approach to teaching data literacy and proportionality. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 79. DOI: 10.1007/s10649-012-9392-z

van ‘t Hooft, M., & McNeal, T. (2009). The GeoHistorian Project. Proceedings of the  3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium: Mobile Learning Cultures across Education, Work, and Leisure (pp. 63-64). London, UK. Book of abstracts.

van ‘t Hooft, M., Swan, K., & Bennett, J. (2009). Learning math while mobile: Creating opportunities for elementary math learning. Proceedings of the  3rd WLE Mobile Learning Symposium: Mobile Learning Cultures across Education, Work, and Leisure (pp. 65-68). London, UK. Book of abstracts.

van ‘t Hooft, M., & Brown-Martin, G. (2009). Anytime, anywhere learning using mobile devices. In M. Pagani (Ed.), the Encyclopedia of multimedia technology and networking (pp. 41-46). Hershey, PA: Idea Group References (Book Info).

Similar versions published as:
van ‘t Hooft, M., Brown Martin, G., & Swan, K. (2008). Anytime, anywhere learning using mobile devices. In L. Tomei (Ed.), The encyclopedia of instructional technology curriculum integration (pp. 37-42). Hershey, PA: Idea Group References. See also here.

van ‘t Hooft, M., Brown Martin, G., & Swan, K. (2008). Anytime, anywhere learning using mobile devices. In D. Taniar (Ed.), Mobile computing, concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications (pp. 144-151). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. See here.

Chou, C. C., Lin, C. S., van’t Hooft, M., & Lin, Y. (2008). Engaging diverse secondary students in international collaborative networked learning. Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange, 1(1), 1-14. Article.

Chou, C. C., Lin, C.-S., van ‘t Hooft, M., & Lin, Y. (2008). Factors Influencing the Participation and Perceptions of Asian K-12 Students in Global Networked Learning. International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, 5(7). 31-42. pdf or html version.

Lin, C.-S., Lin, Y., van ‘t Hooft, M., Chou, C. C., Ma, J.-T., & Chen, Y.-R. (2008). Exploring tangible and virtual learning communities in virtual learning worlds. Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2008 (pp. 1081-1088). June 30- July 4, 2008. Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2008). Envisioning the future of education: Learning while mobile. Learning and Leading with Technology, 35 (6), 12-16. Article

van ‘t Hooft, M. Lin, Y., Lin, C., & Chou, C. (2008). APEC Cyber Academy: A networked learning environment. In L. Tomei (Ed.), The encyclopedia of instructional technology curriculum integration (pp. 43-48).  Hershey, PA: Idea Group References. Encyclopedia Entry

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2007). Researching informal and mobile learning: Leveraging the right resources. In G. Vavoula, A. Kukulska-Hulme, & N. Pachler (Eds.), Proceedings of the  WLE Workshop Research Methods in Informal and Mobile Learning: How to Get the Data We Really Want, 73-77.  WLE Centre, Institute of Education, London, UK. Available at http://www.wlecentre.ac.uk/cms/files/events/book.pdf

Swan, K., van ‘t Hooft, M., Kratcoski, A., Schenker, J., & Miller, D. (2007). Technology support for whole class engagement in learning. Vancouver, Canada: Proceedings of the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2007 (pp. 3310-3318). June 25-29, 2007.Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Lin, C.-S., Kuo, M.-S., Lin, Y.-M., Chou, C.C., & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2007). Facilitating virtual learning communities with inhabited virtual learning worlds. Proceedings of the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2007 (pp. 3638-3643). June 25-29, 2007.Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Swan, K., Kratcoski, A., van ‘t Hooft, M., & Campbell, D. (2007). Technology support for whole class engagement. Journal for the Research Center for Educational Technology. Available at http://www.rcetj.org/index.php/rcetj/article/view/41

Swan, K., van ‘t Hooft, M., Kratcoski, A., & Schenker, J. (2007). Ubiquitous computing and changing pedagogical possibilities: Representations, conceptualizations, and uses of knowledge. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 36 (4), 507-541.

Swan K., Kratcoski, A., van ‘t Hooft, M., Campbell, D., & Miller, D. (2007). Technology support for whole group engagement: A pilot study. International Journal on Advanced Technologies for Learning, 4 (2), 68-73.

Anstadt, K., & van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. Got Lemonade? (2007). NCSS Bulletin: The Infusion of Technology into Exemplary Social Studies Lessons, 105, 18-23.

van ‘t Hooft, M., & Vahey, P. (2007). Introduction to special issue on highly mobile computing. Educational Technology, 47(3), 3-5. (special issue on highly mobile computing). Article. The full issue can be read here.

Swan, K., Kratcoski, A., & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2007). Highly mobile devices, pedagogical possibilities, and how teaching needs to be reconceptualized to realize them. Educational Technology, 47(3), 10-12. (special issue on highly mobile computing). Article. The full issue can be read here.

van ‘t Hooft, M., & Vahey, P. (2007). Highly mobile computing: Industry perspectives. Educational Technology, 47(3), 40-43. ( special issue on highly mobile computing). Article. The full issue can be read here.

Vincent, T., & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2007). For kids, by kids: Our City Podcast. Social Education, 71(3), 125-129.

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2007). Schools, children, and digital technology: Building better relationships for a better tomorrow. Innovate. Article.

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2007). Ubiquitous computing: Making the most of digital technology in the classroom. China Educational Technology. http://cet.hedu.net/Index.htm.

McNeal, T., & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2006, Winter). Anywhere, anytime: Using mobile phones for learning. Journal for the Research Center for Educational Technology. Article.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2006). Using mobile technology for teaching and learning. Proceedings of educational modernization: Dialogue between theory and technology. The third international conference of forum of new vision upon reform and development of basic education. Shanghai, China: East China Normal University.

Also published as
van ‘t Hooft, M. (2006). Using mobile technology for teaching and learning. In Educational technology in global perspective: Applications and innovations. Shanghai, China: Bookschina. Available at http://www.bookschina.com/1668650.htm

Gado, I., Ferguson, R., & van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2006). Inquiry-based instruction through handheld-based science activities: Pre-service teachers attitudes and self-efficacy. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 14 (3), 501-529. Abstract.

Crowe, A., & van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2006). Technology and the prospective teacher: Using handheld devices in social studies education. Current Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 6(1). Article.

Swan, K., Kratcoski, A., Lin, Y., Schenker, J. & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2005). The changing nature of learning in a ubiquitous computing classroom. Orlando, FL: Proceedings of AECT 2005.

van ‘t Hooft, M., Swan, K., Kratcoski, A. & Unger, D. (2005). Uses and effects of mobile computing in K-8 classrooms. Orlando, FL: Proceedings of AECT 2005.

Swan, K., van ‘t Hooft, M., Kratcoski, A. & Unger, D. (2005). Teaching and learning with mobile computing devices: closing the gap. Cape Town, South Africa: Proceedings of the 4th World Conference on mLearning. Abstract.

Gado, I., & van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2005). Determinants of and dilemmas related to inquiry-based science activities using handheld computers and probeware in Benin, West Africa. Kaohsiung: Taiwan: Proceedings of the 5th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, 2005, 338-340.

Swan, K., van ‘t Hooft, M., Kratcoski, A., & Unger, D. (2005). Uses and effects of mobile computing devices in K-8 classrooms. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 38 (1), 99-112.

Also published as
Swan, K., van ‘t Hooft, M., Kratcoski, A., & Unger, D. (In press). Uses and effects of mobile computing devices in K-8 classrooms. In L. Schrum (Ed.), Considerations on technology and teachers: The best of JRTE. Eugene, OR: ISTE Publications.

van ‘t Hooft, M., Swan, K., Kratcoski, A. & Unger, D. (2005). Uses and effects of mobile computing in K-8 classrooms. Orlando, FL: Proceedings of AECT 2005.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H., & McClain, K. (2005). Beam me up! Using handhelds with special needs students. Learning and Leading with Technology, 38 (1), 26-29.

Swan, K., van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H., Kratcoski, A., Schenker, J., & Lin, Y. (2005). Exploring the changing nature of teaching and learning in a ubiquitous computing classroom. Montreal, Canada, Proceedings of EdMedia, 2005.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2005). The impact of the “Ohio Schools Going Solar” project on student perceptions of the quality of learning in middle school science. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 37 (3), 221-243.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H., Diaz, S., Swan, K. (2004). Examining the potential of the handheld computer: Findings from the Ohio PEP project. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 30 (4), 295-311.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H., Swan, K. (2004). Special issue on ubiquitous computing: Introduction. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 30 (4), 275-279.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H., Diaz, S., Swan, K. (2004). Palm Education Pioneers: Examining the potential of the handheld computer. Anaheim, CA: Proceedings of AECT, 2003.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H., Kelly, J. (2004). Macro or micro? Teaching fifth-grade economics using handheld computers. Social Education, 68 (2), 165-168.

Wilen, W. W., & van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2001, Summer). Technology and the social studies classroom: The future is now. The Review: Ohio Council for the Social Studies, 37 (1), 27-37.

Non-Refereed/Invited Articles

van ’t Hooft, M. (2013). Rubric design and collaborative learning. In J. Lindsay & V. Davis (Eds.), Flattening classrooms, engaging minds: Move to global collaboration one step at a time (pp. 265-266). New York: Pearson.

van ‘t Hooft, M. (May 2012). GeoHistorian Project update. ISTE SIGML Newsletter, 7(2), 2. (Published by the International Society for Technology in Education’s Special Interest Group on Mobile Learning).

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2012, Spring). Teaching students to become digital local historians: The GeoHistorian project. AERA Social Studies SIGnal, 4-5 (published by the American Educational Research Association’s Special Interest Group for Research in Social Studies Education). Available at http://www.rcet.org/geohistorian/files/2010/10/The_Social_Studies_SIGnal_Spring_20121.pdf

van ’t Hooft, M. (2012). Guest editorial preface: Special section from the Learning Without Frontiers 2011 Conference. International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning, 4(1), iii-iv. Available at http://www.igi-global.com/Files/Ancillary/1941-8647_4_1_Preface.pdf

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2011, Winter). The GeoHistorian Project: Learn about Kent’s history with your cell phone. Tree City Bulletin, 16(4), 22. Available at http://www.rcet.org/geohistorian/files/2011/11/tcbulletin_winter2011_GeoHistorian.pdf

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2011, Spring). Kentfifth-graders become local historians. The Kent Historian, 72, 4-5. Available at http://www.kentohiohistory.org/newsletters/newsletters_files/Spring%202011%20a.pdf

van ‘t Hooft, M., & McNeal, T. (2010, October). The GeoHistorian Project. ISTE SIGML Newsletter, 5(7), 3. Available at http://sigml.iste.wikispaces.net/file/view/SIGMLnewsletter1010.pdf

Ni, X., & Zhang, J. (2009, July). Development and Trends of Mobile Learning: An Interview with Mobile Learning Expert, Mark van ’t Hooft. China Educational Technology, 1-5.

McNeal, T., & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2008). Using mobile phones to expand learning. Education Technology Solutions, 23, 80-82. Article.

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2008). Mobile, wireless, connected: Information clouds and learning. In Emerging technologies for learning, vol. 3, (pp 30-46), Coventry, UK: Becta. Article or Entire Volume.

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2007). Handheld Learning 2007: And the winner is… Handheld LearningArticle.

Swan, K., van ‘t Hooft, Lin, Y. (2007, January). Transcending school boundaries with mobile devices. ISTE SIG News.

Contributed to (2006) SIG forms to increase communication among handholders. Learning and Leading with Technology, 33 (4), 46.

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2006). Ubiquitous computing: More than just handhelds. Handheld Learning. Article.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H., Diaz, S., Andrews, S. (2003). Byte-sized learning: Handhelds in K-12 classrooms. Learning Technology, 5 (2), 37-38. Article.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2002, Spring). Making theory-practice connections in a social studies methods course: A case study. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 450 053).

Books

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H., & Swan, K. (Eds.; 2007). Ubiquitous computing in education: Invisible technology, visible impact. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates.

Swan, K. & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2007). Preface. In M. van ‘t Hooft & K. Swan (Eds.), Ubiquitous computing in education: Invisible technology, visible impact. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H., Swan, K., Cook, D., & Lin, Y. (2007). What is ubiquitous computing? In M. van ‘t Hooft & K. Swan (Eds.), Ubiquitous computing in education: Invisible technology, visible impact (pp. 3-17). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H., Anstadt, K., Jameson, P., Kelly, J., & McClain, K. (2007). Now you see it, now you don’t: Ubiquitous technology in K-12 classrooms. In M. van ‘t Hooft & K. Swan (Eds.), Ubiquitous computing in education: Invisible technology, visible impact (pp. 71-85). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates.

Schenker, J., Kratcoski, A., Lin, Y., Swan, K., & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2007) Researching ubiquity: Ways to capture it all. In M. van ‘t Hooft & K. Swan (Eds.), Ubiquitous computing in education: Invisible technology, visible impact (pp. 167-186). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates.

Gado, I., & van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2007). Teachers’ views of computer technology for an inquiry-based science instruction in the developing country of Benin in West Africa: (Im)possibilities, prospects, dilemma, or catch-22. In M. van ‘t Hooft & K. Swan (Eds.), Ubiquitous computing in education: Invisible technology, visible impact (pp. 231-255). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates.

van ‘t Hooft, M., & Swan, K. (2007). Epilogue. In M. van ‘t Hooft & K. Swan (Eds.), Ubiquitous computing in education: Invisible technology, visible impact (pp. 349-351). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum & Associates.

Book Chapters

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2012; in press). The potential of mobile technology to connect teaching and learning across formal and informal contexts. In C. Mouza & N. Lavigne (Eds.), Emerging technologies for the classroom: A learning sciences perspective. New York: Springer.

Swan, K., Schenker, J., Kratcoski, A., & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2010). Interactive whiteboards and student achievement. In M. Thomas & E. C. Schmid (Eds.), Interactive whiteboards for education and training: Emerging technologies and applications (pp. 131-143). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H., & Lin, Y. (2010). 25 entries for the Lexicon of Online and Distance Education, edited by L. Tomei. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2009) Tapping into digital literacy: Wireless mobile devices for teaching and learning. In Leo Tan Wee Hin and R. Subramaniam (Eds.), Handbook of research on new media literacy at the K-12 level: Issues and challenges (2nd Ed.) (pp. 436-456). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing. Info.

Originally published as
van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2006). Learning anytime, anywhere: Schools tap into handheld computers. In Leo Tan Wee Hin and R. Subramaniam (Eds.), Handbook of literacy in technology at the K-12 level (pp. 287-307). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2009). Researching informal and mobile learning: Leveraging the right resources. In G. Vavoula, A. Kukulska-Hulme, & N. Pachler (Eds.), Research methods in mobile and informal learning (pp. 169-180). Bern, Switzerland: Peter Lang Publishing Group.

van ‘t Hooft, M. Personal, mobile, connected: The future of learning (2009). In Joke Voogt and Gerald Knezek (Eds.), The International Handbook of Information Technology in Education (pp. 873-881): Springer. See: http://www.springer.com/education/learning+%26+instruction/book/978-0-387-73314-2

Gado, I., Kelani, R., & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2008). Implementation of competency-based curriculum reform in primary schools in Benin: Perceptions of teachers, supervisors, students, and parents. Research on education in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Middle East: Book V: Undertaking educational challenges in the 21st century. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing. See http://www.eurospanbookstore.com/display.asp?K=9781593119706&st_03=south%20africa&sf_03=KEYWORD&sort=SORT_DATE%2Fd&m=49&dc=1473

Swan, K., Lin, L., & van ‘t Hooft, M. Teaching with digital technology. (2008). In C. Lassonde, R. Michael, and J. Rivera-Wilson (Eds.), Issues in teacher education (pp. 171-188)Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Swan, K., & van ‘t Hooft, M. (2008). Technology & Schooling. In S. Mathison & E. W. Ross (Eds.), Battleground schools: An encyclopedia of conflict and controversy (pp. 649-655). Westport, CT: Greenwood/Praeger.

Swan, K., Cook, D., Kratcoski, A., Lin, Y., Schenker, J. & van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2006). Ubiquitous computing: Rethinking teaching, learning and technology integration. In S. Tettegah & R. Hunter (Eds.). Education and Technology: Issues in Applications, Policy, and Administration (pp. 231-252). New York: Elsevier.

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2006). Learning anytime, anywhere: Schools tap into handheld computers. In L. Tan Wee Hin and R. Subramaniam (Eds.), Handbook of literacy in technology at the K-12 level (pp. 287-307). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.

Curriculum Designed

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2011). GeoHistorian Curriculum.
Four-week curriculum unit focusing on local history and digital storytelling. Created as part of the NEH-funded GeoHistorian Project (http://www.rcet.org/geohistorian).

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2007). Social Studies Module for the Thinking With Data Unit. Two-week curriculum module focusing on water issues in the Tigris-Euphrates and data literacy. Created as part of the NSF-funded Thinking With Data Project (http://www.rcet.org/twd).

van ‘t Hooft, M. A. H. (2000). NewsOhio: A teacher Utilization Guide. WNEO/WEAO 45/49. Curriculum guide accompanying the PBS Channels 45 & 49 program NewsOhio, an interactive television program for social studies education and service learning.

Other Publications

van ‘t Hooft, M. (2012). Learn about Kent’s history using QR codes and your mobile phone! (Two-part brochure).Kent,OH:KentStateUniversity,ResearchCenter for Educational Technology.
http://www.rcet.org/geohistorian/files/2012/05/GeoHistorian_brochure_part1_lowres.pdf
http://www.rcet.org/geohistorian/files/2012/05/GeoHistorian_brochure_part2_lowres.pdf

Research Center for Educational Technology (2006). Ubiquitous Computing: How anytime, anywhere, anyone technology is changing education [DVD-Rom]. Kent, OH. Website

Research Center for Educational Technology (2003). Palm Education Pioneers: Examining the potential of the handheld computer [CD-Rom]. Kent, OH.

Research Center for Educational Technology (2001). Technology and education: The research on where we have been, a vision of where we are going [CD-Rom], Kent, OH.

Last updated 05/24/2012 (some links may need to be updated)

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