Larry Johnson, Ph.D.
Resume


1341 S. Boulder Drive
Teasdale, Utah 84773
larrjoh@gmail.com
http://eduscapes.com

Professional
Experience

Current Positions
Indiana University at Indianapolis
(IUPUI)
(http://www.iupui.edu/)
Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Library & Information Science (SLIS) (http://www.slis.iupui.edu/).

Lamb Learning Group, (http://eduscapes.com/llg/).
  • Vice President, 1999 to Present.
  • Professional Development: Speaks on educational technology integration.
  • Has conducted hundreds of workshops and presentations.
  • Consults on teaching, learning, and technology at K-12 schools and universities.
  • Coordinates short and long-term K-12 and higher education projects
  • Worked with several Technology Challenge and Innovation grant projects.
eduScapes Website Family (http://eduscapes.com). Includes eduScapes, 42eXplore, and escrapbooking site domains. Developer and Editor (Website receives over 10 million hits and more than half a million visitors each month).
Vision to Action, Inc., (http://eduscapes.com/v2a/) Writer, Editor, and Vice President, 1994 to present. Publisher of educational, business, and leisure books and multimedia materials

Previous Assignments
Coordinator of Media Services
, University of Southern Indiana Library, Evansville, 1988 to 1999.

  • Administrator of campus-wide faculty-support group.
  • Adjunct Professor, taught Introduction to Educational Technology, an undergraduate teacher education course.

Coordinator of Instructional Technology, Parkland College Library, Champaign, Illinois, 1986 to 1988.

School Library Media Specialist, held building and multi-building level positions at Middle School and High School, plus districtwide positions, Urbana School District, Urbana, Illinois, 1973 to 1986.

Teacher of Industrial Arts; Urbana Jr. High School, Urbana, Illinois and Edwardsville High School, Edwardsville, Illinois, 1968 to 1973.

Education

Ph.D. Indiana University: Instructional Systems Technology major and Business Management minor, 2001.
 
Ed.S. Eastern Illinois University: Instructional Technology major plus school library media certification, 1976.
 
MS. Eastern Illinois University: Industrial Arts Education major (Now School of Technology), 1971.
 
B.S. Eastern Illinois University: Industrial Arts Education major and minor, 1968.

Professional
Association
Memberships

American Association of School Librarians (AASL)
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
National Education Association (NEA)
Phi Delta Kappa (PDK)

Published
Books

Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (2001). 42eXplore: Thematic Internet Integration. Emporia, KS: Vision to Action.
 
Lamb, A., Smith, N., & Johnson, L. (1997, 1998). Surfin' the Internet: Project Ideas from A to Z (2nd Ed.). Emporia, KS: Vision to Action.
 
Lamb, A., & Johnson, L. (1995, 1997). Cruisin' the Information Highway: Internet in the K-12 Classroom (2nd Ed.). Emporia, KS: Vision to Action.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (1995, 1997). Strap on Your Spurs: Technology and Change Cowboy Style. Emporia, KS: Vision to Action.

Journal
Articles

Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Dec. 2010). Bring Back the Joy: Creative Teaching, Learning, and Librarianship. Teacher Librarian; 38(2), 61-66.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Oct. 2010). Divergent Convergence Part 2: Teaching and Learning in a Transmedia World. Teacher Librarian; 38(1), 64-69.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Jun. 2010). Divergent Convergence Part 1: Cross-Genre, Multi-platform, Transmedia Experiences in School Libraries. Teacher Librarian; 37(5), 76-81.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Apr. 2010). Beyond Googling: Applying Google Tools to Inquiry-based Learning. Teacher Librarian; 37(4), 83-86.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Feb. 2010). Virtual Expeditions: Google Earth, GIS, and Geovisualization Technologies in Teaching and Learning. Teacher Librarian; 37(3), 81-85.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Jan. 2010). Interactives: Dynamic Learning Environments. School Library Monthly; 26(5), 41-44.
 
Johnson, L. & Lamb, A. (2009). Addressing Diverse Needs: Differentiation in Distance Education. Indiana Libraries; 28(3), 3-6.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Dec. 2009). The Digital Dog Ate My Notes: Tools and Strategies for 21st Century Research Projects. Teacher Librarian; 37(2), 77-81.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Oct. 2009). Graphic Novels, Digital Comics, and Technology - Enhanced Learning Part 2. Teacher Librarian; 37(1), 70-75.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Jun. 2009). Graphic Novels, Digital Comics, and Technology - Enhanced Learning Part 1. Teacher Librarian; 36(5), 70-75.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Apr. 2009). The Potential, the Pitfalls, and the Promise of Multi-user Virtual Environments: Getting a Second Life. Teacher Librarian; 36(4), 68-72.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Apr. 2009). Wikis and Collaborative Inquiry. School Library Media Activities Monthly; 25(8), 48-51.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Feb. 2009). Web Feeds Delivered to Your Digital Doorstep. Teacher Librarian; 36(3), 66-70.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Dec. 2008). School Library Media Specialist: A Dynamic Collaborator, Teacher, and Technologist. Teacher Librarian; 36(2), 74-78.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Oct. 2008). Caldecott Connections, Part 2: Visual Storytelling Across the Curriculum. Teacher Librarian; 36(1), 67-71.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Jun. 2008). Caldecott Connections, Part 1: Illustrations, Illustrators, and Technology. Teacher Librarian; 35(5), 67-71.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Apr. 2008). The Virtual Teacher Librarian: Establishing and Maintaining an Effective Web Presence. Teacher Librarian; 35(4), 69-71.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Feb. 2008). Digital Photo Safaris: Authentic Learning Across the Curriculum. Teacher Librarian; 35(3), 53-56.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Dec. 2007). Video and the Web, Part 2: Sharing and Social Networking. Teacher Librarian; 35(2), 55-58.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Oct. 2007). Video and the Web, Part 1: More than Flickers on the Screen. Teacher Librarian; 35(1), 53-56.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Jun. 2007). An Information Skills Workout: Wikis and Collaborative Writing. Teacher Librarian; 34(5), 57-59.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Apr. 2007). Podcasting in the School Library, Part 2: Creating Powerful Podcasts with Your Students. Teacher Librarian; 34(4), 61-64.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Feb. 2007). Podcasting in the School Library, Part 1: Integrating Podcasts and Vodcasts into Teaching and Learning. Teacher Librarian; 34(3), 54-57.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Fall/Winter 2007). Geocaching with Kids: Activate the Learning Environment. Taproot; 16(2), 20-21.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Jan. 2007). Social Technology and Social Networks. School Library Activities Monthly; 23(5), 40-44.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Dec. 2006). Turn Up the Music with Digital Technologies. Teacher Librarian; 34(2), 55-58.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Oct. 2006). Want to be My "Friend"? What You Need to Know about Social Technologies. Teacher Librarian; 34(1), 55-57.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (June 2006). Open Source Software in School Libraries. Teacher Librarian; 33(5), 55-57.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (May 2006). Blogs and Blogging, Part II. School Library Activities Monthly; 22(9), 40-44.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (Spr/Sum 2006). Turning Fiascos into Fiestas: Building Successful Inquiry Experiences. Educators' Spotlight Digest.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (April 2006). Flash: Engaging Learners Through Animation, Interaction, and Multimedia. Teacher Librarian; 33(4), 54-56.
 
Lamb, A. & Johnson, L. (April 2006). Blogs and Blogging, Part I. School Library Activities Monthly; 22(8), 40-43.
 
Johnson, L., Lamb, A., & Teclehaimanot, B. (Spr/Sum 2003). Academic Technology: The Convergence of Diverse Disciplines. College & University Review; 9(2).
 
Johnson, L. & Lamb, A. (April 2003). Portals: Rabbit Holes to Grand Gateways. DataBus; 2002(2), 8-9. (Invited article)
 
Lamb, A., Smith, N., & Johnson, L. (1997, April). Wondering, Wiggling, and Weaving: A New Model for Project and Community Based Learning on the Web. Learning and Leading With Technology; 24(7), 6-13.
 
Johnson, L. (1996, Spring). Characteristics and Attitudes of Media Services Administrators. College & University Media Review; 2(2), 85-103.
 
Johnson, L. (1994, September). Characteristics of Media Service Departments at Mid-size Universities. TechTrends; 39(4), 20-23
 
Boling, E., Johnson, L., & Kirkley, S. (1994). A Quick and Dirty Dozen: Guidelines for Using Icons. HyperNEXUS; 4(2), 5-7.
 
Johnson, L. (1992). Characteristics of Media Service Departments at Mid- size Universities. Syracuse, NY: Clearinghouse on Information & Technology. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 364 186).

Presentations,
Consulting,
Staff
Development,
and
Workshops

American Association of School Librarians (AASL),
national conference presenter since 2003
Association for Educational Communications and Technology
(AECT), presenter 1989 to 2004
Auburn University, School of Education, Alabama
Brainard Schools, Brainard, Minnesota
Brunswick County Schools, Georgia
Conference of Media Organizations (COMO), Georgia
Evansville School Corporation, Indiana
Georgia Educational Technology Conference (GETC)
Governors Conclave on Distance Education, South Dakota
Illinois School Library Media Association (ISLMA)
Illinois State Board of Education (ISBOE)
ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education),
formerly the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC), annual presentro since 1992
KalKan Inc., video production consultant, Illinois
Metropolitan College of Denver, College of Education PT3
Grant Project
Michigan Association for Media in Education (MAME)
New England Association for Education and Technology
North Little Rock Tri-county Schools, Arkansas
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois
Oklahoma Technology Association (OTA)
Oregon Educational Media Association (OEMA)
Policy Studies in Education, video production consultant, New
York, NY
Savannah Schools, Georgia
University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio
University of Findlay, Findlay, Ohio
Washington Library Media Association (WLMA)

Other
Professional
Activities

Advisory Committee member, Wayne County 4-H, Utah (2009 to
present)
Planning & Steering Committee, Heritage Starfest (festival), Wayne
County, Utah (2010 to present)
Authored Vision Statement (Plan document) for the Wayne County
Bike-Pedestrian Pathway Planning Committee (Document approved by Wayne County Planning & Zoning Committee) (2010)
Bicknell International Film Festival (BIFF), Planning Committee
member and Co-Master of Ceremonies (2010 to present)
Board of Directors, AECT Division of Educational Media
Management (DEMM) (1997-2000)
Committee member, Indiana Higher Education
Telecommunications System (IHETS), (1988-1999)
Leadership Chair and Leadership Conference Co-chair, AECT
(1990-1993)
President of Illinois Association for Educational Communications
and Technology (1988-1989)
Reviewer of conference papers for Association for Educational
Communications and Technology (2000-2003)
Visiting committee member, North Central Association (Served
as evaluator of school library media programs for 4 teams)

Created by Larry Johnson. Updated 01/11.