Dr. ANTHONY PICCIANO
Professor and Executive Officer PhD Program in Urban Education
365 Fifth Ave. NYC, NY 10016 212-817-8281 apicciano@gc.cuny.edu
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Picciano, Anthony G. (2013). Pioneering Higher Education's Digital Future: An Evaluation of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation's Anytime, Anyplace Learning Program (1992-2012). Monograph.

Graham, C., Picciano, A.G., Kaufman, T., Popham, J.A., & Wiley, D. (2013). Data-driven decision making in the K-12 classrooms. Chapter in the Handbook of Research on Educational Communications and Technology (4th edition). New York: Springer. pp. 337-349.

Picciano, A.G. (June 2012). The evolution of big data and learning analytics in American higher education. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 16(4).

Picciano, A.G., Seaman, J., Shea, P. & Swan, K. (Summer 2011) Examining the extent and nature of online learning in American K-12 education: The research initiatives of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The Internet and Higher Education.

Picciano, A.G., Seaman, J., & Allen, I.E. (2010). Educational transformation through online learning: To be or not to be. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 14, (4).

Picciano, A.G. & Seaman, J. (2010). Class Connections: High School Reform and the Role of Online Learning. Boston: Babson College Survey Research Group. Picciano, A.G. & Seaman, J. (2009). K–12 Online Learning: A 2008 Follow-Up of the Survey of U.S. School District Administrators. Needham, MA: The Sloan Consortium.

Picciano, A.G. (2009). Blending with purpose: The multimodal model. Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology, 5(1). Kent, OH: Kent State University.

Picciano, A.G. (2009). Blending with purpose: The multimodal model. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 13 (1). Needham, MA: The Sloan Consortium. pp. 7-18.

Picciano, A.G. (2009). Developing and nurturing resources for effective data-driven decision making practice. In Handbook of Data-Based Decision Making in Education (Kowalski, T.J. & Lasley, T. J., (editors). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, A Division of Routledge Publishing.

Picciano, A.G. & Steiner, R. (2008). Bringing the Real World of Science to Children: A Partnership of the American Museum of Natural History and the City University of New York. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 12(1). Needham, MA: The Sloan Consortium. This article was also selected to be part of a website dedicated to the United Nations commemorating 2008 as the “Year of the Child”.

Picciano, A.G. (2007). Interview with Chris Dede. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 11(3). Needham, MA: The Sloan Consortium.

Picciano, A.G. & Seaman, J. (2007). K-12 online learning: A survey of U.S. school district administrators. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 11(3). Needham, MA: The Sloan Consortium.

Mayadas, A.F. & Picciano, A.G. (2007). Blended learning and localness: The means and the end. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 11,1).

Picciano, A.G. (2006). Online learning: Implications for higher education pedagogy and policy. Journal of Thought, 41 (1), pp. 75-94.

Picciano, A.G. (2006). Blended learning: Implications for growth and access. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 10,(3).

Dziuban, C., Hartman, J., Niemic, M., Oakley, B., Otte, G. Picciano, A.G., and Schroeder, R. (Spring 2006). Report on the first Sloan-C workshop on blended learning in higher education. In J. C. Moore (ed.) Elements of Quality Online Education: Engaging Communities, Wisdom from the Sloan Consortium, Volume 6. Needham, MA: The Sloan Consortium.

Picciano, A.G. (2004). Assessment, online learning and a faculty perspective: A course case study. In Elements of Quality Online Education: Into the Mainstream, Volume 5 by Bourne, J. and Moore, J.C. The Sloan Consortium. pp. 215-226.


Picciano, A.G. (2004). Assessment, challenges, and opportunities for online learning. In Elements of Quality Online Education: Into the Mainstream, Volume 5 by Bourne, J. and Moore, J.C. The Sloan Consortium. pp. 177-184.


Picciano, A.G. (2004). The Internet: Social issues and the young. In Smart School Leaders: Leading with Emotional Intelligence Patti, J. and Tobin, J. (editors). Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt, Publishers. pp. 356-361.


Picciano, A.G. (September, 2003). Digital diploma mills and accreditation. Editorial in Sloan-C View: Perspectives in Quality Online Education, 2(6).

Picciano, A.G. (2002). Review of Increasing Student Learning Through Multimedia Projects by Simkins, M., Cole, K., Tavalin, F., & Means, B. Alexandria, VA: ASCD. Teachers College Record, 105(4), pp. 691-693.
This was selected as one of the top three book reviews for 2002 by the Teachers College Record.

Picciano, A.G. (2002). Beyond student perceptions: Issues of interaction, presence, and performance in an online course. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 6(1).

Picciano, A.G. (2002). Developing a Web-based course model at an urban university. Berufs und Wirschaftspadagogik – Online ISSN 1618-8543l, (June 2002).

Bourne, J., Oakley, B., & Picciano, A.G. (2001). Executive Summary of the Proceedings of the 2000 Sloan Summer Workshop on Asynchronous Learning Networks. Center for Asynchronous Learning Networks.
Picciano, A.G. (2000). Computer learning. In Encyclopedia of Psychology, A.E. Kazin (Ed). American Psychological Association and Oxford University Press.

Picciano, A.G. (2000). Discussion of The University of Wisconsin-Stout Asynchronous Learning Network case study in On-Line Education: Learning Effectiveness and Faculty Satisfaction. Center for Asynchronous Learning Networks, 99-100.

Picciano, A.G. (1998). Developing an asynchronous course model for a large, urban university. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 2(1), pp. 3-19.

 

 

     
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