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    • VITA DOUGLAS K. HARTMAN September 2010 Summary Vita Douglas K. Hartman is Professor of Literacy & Technology in the College of Education at Michigan State University. He also holds appointments as Co-Lead Editor of the Journal of Literacy Research, Co- Director & Principal Investigator in the Literacy Achievement Research Center, and Research Fellow with the Center for Health Intervention & Prevention. Dr. Hartman has authored nearly 50 journal articles, book chapters, technical reports, and book reviews. Among his publications are: chapters in the Handbook of Reading Research (Volume III), Handbook of Research on Teaching the English Language Arts (3rd edition), and Handbook of Research on Literacy & Diversity; a research review that examines the shift “From Print to Pixels: The evolution of cognitive conceptions of reading comprehension”; and an essay on “The Influence of Media on Literacy in the Next Millennium” in Reading Research Quarterly. Dr. Hartman's research interests focus on new literacies, adolescent literacy, health literacy and the history of literacy. His work has been funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York’s Adolescent Literacy Initiative, the Spencer Foundation’s Research Grant Program, the National Academy of Education’s Spencer Post-doctoral Fellowship program, NCTE’s Research Foundation, and IRA’s Elva Knight Research Fund. Dr. Hartman received the prestigious Albert J. Kingston Award for distinguished scholarly service to the field of reading and literacy, as well as gave the Annual Research Review Address at the National Reading Conference on “One Hundred Years of Reading Research—1908-2008.” Early in his career, his dissertation was awarded the International Reading Association's Outstanding Dissertation Award, the National Reading Conference's Student Research Award, and Finalist recognition for the National Council of Teachers of English's Promising Researcher Award. He was also profiled as a promising young literacy researcher in the journal Reading Psychology. He has served on the review boards of Reading Research Quarterly, Journal of Literacy Research, and The Reading Teacher, as well as state assessment advisory committees, conference proposal review boards, and research award committees. At Michigan State University, Dr. Hartman teaches seminars on technology & literacy, adolescent literacy, and the history of literacy. In addition, he has been a visiting professor at UC Berkeley and Teachers College, Columbia University. He received his B.S. in Social Science from Warner Pacific College in Portland, Oregon, taught middle school literature and reading in Oregon, finished his M.A. in Reading at California State University, Fresno, and completed his Ph.D. in Literacy and Language at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he worked as a research assistant at the Center for the Study of Reading. Office: Depts. of Teacher Education & Educational Psych Home: 4116 Cornell Road 352A Erickson Hall Okemos, MI 48864 College of Education 517-580-7770 (home) Michigan State University 860-539-8134 (cell) East Lansing, MI 48824 VOICE: 517-432-9603 (office) FAX: 517-432-5092 Skype/iChat: MontanaBball E-MAIL: dhartman@msu.edu Web Pages: http://www.msularc.org/html/prin_hartman.html http://ed-web2.educ.msu.edu/researchprofiles/search/profileview.asp? email=dhartman@msu.edu http://www.chip.uconn.edu/dirbio/ HartmanDouglas.htm
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 2 Educational History Ph.D. 1991 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Literacy & Language M.A. 1986 California State University, Fresno Reading Education B.S. 1981 Warner Pacific College Social Science & Reading Professional Experience Professor 2008-Present Michigan State University College of Education Co-Director & Principal 2008-Present Michigan State University Investigator (w/Nell Duke) College of Education Coordinator 2008-Present Michigan State University Language & Literacy Program College of Education Professor 2004-2008 University of Connecticut Neag School of Education Visiting Professor 2007-2008 Columbia University Teachers College Co-Director 2004-2008 University of Connecticut New Literacies Research Lab Research Scientist 2004-2008 University of Connecticut New Literacies Research Lab Research Fellow 2004-2008 University of Connecticut Center for Health, Intervention, & Prevention Associate Professor 1994-04 University of Pittsburgh School of Education Reading Coordinator 2003-04 University of Pittsburgh 1997-98 School of Education Assistant Professor 1989-94 University of Pittsburgh School of Education Visiting Assistant Professor 1992-93 University of California, Berkeley School of Education Research Assistant 1986-89 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Center for the Study of Reading Teaching Assistant 1988-89 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign College of Education Teaching Assistant 1984-86 California State University, Fresno School of Education
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 3 Research Assistant 1986 California State University, Fresno School of Education Teaching Assistant 1984-88 California State University, Fresno Summer Bridge Program Elementary Teacher 1985-86 West Fresno School District Fresno, California Reading Specialist 1981-83 East Orient Middle School (Grades 7 & 8) Gresham, Oregon Awards and Honors Albert J. Kingston Distinguished Service Award, National Reading Conference, 2006. Chancellor’s Diversity Fellow, Diversity Working Group, University of Pittsburgh, 1999. Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow, National Academy of Education, Stanford University, 1996-98. Outstanding Manuscript Award, Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 1992. Outstanding Dissertation of the Year Award, International Reading Association, 1991. Promising Researcher Award, Finalist, National Council of Teachers of English, 1991. Student Research Award, National Reading Conference, 1990. Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1989-90. William Chandler Bagley Merit Scholar, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1988-89. University of Illinois Graduate Fellowship, Graduate College, 1986-88. Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges, California State University, Fresno, 1987. Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges, Warner Pacific College, 1980. Graduate Dean's Medal, Division of Graduate Studies and Research, California State University, Fresno, 1986. California State Graduate Fellowship, 1985-86. James Shultz Scholarship & Dr. Francis F. Smith Scholarship, School of Education, California State University, Fresno, 1985-86. Fresno Area Reading Council Scholarship, California Reading Association, 1985-86. Outstanding Person in Teacher Education, Phi Delta Kappa & Warner Pacific College, 1981. Valedictorian Speaker for High School Graduation, Whitefish, Montana, 1976. Grants
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 4 Hartman, D.K., Leu, D.J., and the New Literacies Research Team (Co-Principal Investigator). Reading and Writing to Learn with the ‘New Literacies’: Preparing a New Generation of Teachers and Researchers To Develop Literate American Adolescents. Carnegie Corporation of New York, 2005-07. Hartman, D.K., & Leu, D.J. (Co-Principal Investigator) Evaluating The Development of Scientific Knowledge and New Literacies During Online Learning. North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, 2005-06. Hartman, D.K. (Principal Investigator). The ‘International Reading Association’ at fifty: A history— 1956-2004-06. International Reading Association, 2003-05. Hartman, D.K. (Principal Investigator) Doing Things with Texts: The Textual Practices of Two African American Male High School Students--Final Phase. Spencer Foundation, Research Grant Program, 2000-02. Hartman, D.K. (Principal Investigator). The Textual Practices of Two African American High School Students--Year 4. Faculty Research Fund, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1998-99. Hartman, D.K. (PI). Doing Things With Texts: Mapping the Textual Practices of Two African American Male High School Students. National Academy of Education, Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1996-98. Hartman, D.K. (Principal Investigator). Mapping the Intertextual Lives of Two African American Male High School Students: Textual Practices in Classrooms and Communities. Elva Knight Research Grant, International Reading Association, 1996-97. Hartman, D.K. (Principal Investigator). Doing Things With Texts: Mapping the Textual Lives of Two African American Male High School Students--Year 2. National Council of Teachers of English Research Foundation, Grants-in-Aid, 1996-97. Hartman, D.K. (Principal Investigator). Textual Practices in Classrooms and Communities: Mapping the Intertextual Lives of Two African American High School Students. Faculty Research Fund, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1995-96. Hartman, D.K. (Principal Investigator). Textual Practices in Classrooms and Communities: Mapping the Intertextual Lives of Two African American High School Students. National Council of Teachers of English Research Foundation, Grants-in-Aid, 1994-95. Hartman, D.K. (Principal Investigator). Reading and Writing Across Texts: Multi-Text Literacy in Four Classrooms and Communities. Central Research Development Fund, University of Pittsburgh, 1993-94. Hartman, D.K. (Principal Investigator). A Critical Analysis of the Intertextual Metaphor in Literacy Research: Phase 1. Faculty Research Grant, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1992-93. Hartman, D.K. (Principal Investigator). The Acquisition of Complex Content Knowledge from Multiple Passages Across An Extended Period of Time: A Postmodern/Semiotic View of Reading Comprehension. Faculty Research Grant, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1991-92. Publications: Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals, Research Reports, Books, & Book Chapters
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 5 Monaghan, E.J., & Hartman, D.K. (in press). Integrating the elementary language arts: A historical perspective. In D. Lapp & D. Fisher (Eds.), Handbook of Research on the English Language Arts (3rd ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Taylor & Francis. Hartman, D.K., Morsink, P.M., & Zheng, J. (2010). From print to pixels: The evolution of cognitive conceptions of reading comprehension. In E.A. Baker (Ed.), Multiple Perspectives on New Literacies Research and Instruction. New York: Guilford. Castek, J., Coiro, J., Hartman, D.K.., Henry, L.A., Leu, D.J., Zawilinsky, L. (2010). Thinking about our future as researchers: New literacies, new challenges, and new opportunities. In W. Linek (Ed.) College Reading Association Legacy: A Celebration of 50 Years of Literacy Leadership (pp. 875-893). St. Cloud, MN: The Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers. Leu, D.J., McVerry, G., O’Byrne, I. & Zawilinski, L., Castek, J., & Hartman, D.K. (2009). The new literacies of online reading comprehension and the Irony of No Child Left Behind: Students who require our assistance the most actually receive it the least. In L.M. Morrow, R. Rueda, & D. Lapp (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Literacy and Diversity (pp. 173-194). New York: Guilford. Leu, D.J., Coiro, J., Castek, J., Hartman, D.K., Henry, L.A., & Reinking, D. (2008). Research on instruction and assessment in the new literacies of online reading comprehension. In C.C. Block & S. Parris (Eds.), Comprehension Instruction: Research-Based Best Practices (pp. 321-345). New York: Guilford Press. Hartman, D.K., & Davis, D.H. (2008). One Hundred Years of Reading Research—1908-2008. 57th Yearbook of the National Reading Conference. Oak Creek, WI: National Reading Conference. New Literacies Research Team (Castek, J., Coiro, J., Hartman, D.K., Henry, L.A., Leu, D.J., Zawilinski, L.). (2007). New literacies, new challenges, and new opportunities. In M. B. Sampson, P.E. Linder, F. Falk-Ross, M. M. Foote, & S. Szabo (Eds.), Multiple Literacies in the 21st Century: Twenty-eighth Yearbook of the College Reading Association (pp. 31-50). Logan, UT: College Reading Association. Kaufman, D.K., & Hartman, D.K. (2007). Reflections on the early reading pioneers and their biographers. In S.E. Israel & E.J. Monaghan (Eds.), Shaping the Field of Reading: The Impact of Early Reading Pioneers, Scientific Research, and Progressive Ideas. Newark, DE: International Reading Association. Hartman, D.K., & Sears, L.A. (2006). The International Reading Association at fifty: A history— 1956-2006. Newark, DE: International Reading Association. Hartman, D.K. (2006). Vignette: Read widely and study others. In S. Wepner & L.B. Gambrell (Eds.), Writing for Literacy Publications. Newark, DE: International Reading Association. Leu, D.J., Castek, J., Hartman, D.K., Coiro, J., Henry, L.A., Kulikowich, J.M., & Lyver, S. (2005). Evaluating the development of scientific knowledge and new forms of reading comprehension during online learning. Final Research Report. Naperville, IL: North Central Regional Educational Laboratory/Learning Point Associates. Hartman, D.K. (2004). Deconstructing the reader, the text, and the context: Intertextuality and reading from a ‘cognitive’ perspective. In N. Shuart-Faris & D. Bloome (Eds.), Uses of Intertextuality in Classroom and Educational Research (pp. 353-372). Greenwich, CT: Information Age. Stahl, N.A., & Hartman, D.K. (2004). Doing historical research on literacy. In N. Duke & M. Mallette (Eds.), Literacy Research Methodologies (pp. 170-196). New York: Guilford.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 6 Hartman, D.K. (2003). Using informational books in the classroom: Letting the facts (and research) speak for themselves. Educational Research Paper. Mankato, NM: Red Brick Learning. Hefflin, B.R., & Hartman, D.K. (2002). Using writing to improve comprehension: A review of the writing-to-reading research. In C. Block & L. Gambrell (Eds.), Comprehension instruction: Building on the past and improving instruction for today’s students. San Francisco, CA: Jossey- Bass. Monaghan, E.J., & Hartman, D.K. (2002). Undertaking historical research in literacy. In M. Kamil, P. Mosenthal, P.D. Pearson, & R. Barr (Eds.), Methods of Literacy Research: The Methodology Chapters from the Handbook of Reading Research, Volume III (pp. 33-45). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Hartman, D.K. (2001). Content area reading. Literacy Research Paper. New York: Scholastic. Monaghan, E.J., & Hartman, D.K. (2001). Historical research in literacy. Reading Online (http://www.readingonline.org/articles/art_index.asp? HREF=handbook/monaghan/index.html). Hartman, D.K. (2000). What will be the influences of media on literacy in the next millennium. Reading Research Quarterly, 35 (2), 280-282. Monaghan, E.J., & Hartman, D.K. (2000). Undertaking historical research in literacy. In M. Kamil, P. Mosenthal, P.D. Pearson, & R. Barr (Eds.), Handbook of Reading Research, Volume III (pp. 109-121). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Hartman, D.K. (Ed.) (1998). Stories teachers tell: Reflecting on professional practice. Northeast Conference on Foreign Language. Marion, OH: National Textbook. Moore, D.W., Monaghan, E.J., & Hartman, D.K. (1997). Values of literacy history. Reading Research Quarterly, 32 (1), 90-102. Hartman, D.K., & Allison, J.M., (1996). Promoting inquiry-oriented discussions using multiple texts. In L.B. Gambrell & J.F. Almasi (Eds.), Lively Discussions: Fostering Engaged Reading (pp. 106-133). Newark, DE: International Reading Association. Hartman, D.K., & Hicks, C.M. (1996). Using literature in your classroom. In J. Baltas & S. Shafer (Eds.), Balanced Reading (3-6) (pp. 47-59). New York: Scholastic. Hartman, D.K. (1995). Eight readers reading: The intertextual links of proficient readers using multiple passages. Reading Research Quarterly, 30 (3), 520-561. Hartman, J.A., & Hartman, D.K. (1995). Creating a classroom culture that promotes inquiry-oriented discussions: Reading and talking about multiple texts. Technical Report No. 621, Center for the Study of Reading, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Bean, R.M., Zigmond, N., & Hartman, D.K. (1994). Adapted use of social studies textbooks in elementary classrooms: Views of classroom teachers. Remedial and Special Education, 15 (4), 216-226. Hartman, D.K. (1994). The intertextual links of eight able readers using multiple passages: A postmodern/semiotic/cognitive view of meaning making. In R.B. Ruddell, M.R. Ruddell, & H. Singer (Eds.), Theoretical Models and Processes of Reading (4th ed.). Newark, DE: International Reading Association. Hartman, D.K. (1994). Reading across multiple texts. Literacy Research Paper, Volume 4. New York: Scholastic.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 7 Hartman, J.A., & Hartman, D.K. (1994). Arranging multi-text reading experiences that expand the reader's role. Technical Report No. 604, Center for the Study of Reading, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Hartman, D.K., & Hartman, J.M. (1993). Reading across texts: Expanding the role of the reader. The Reading Teacher. 47 (3), 202-211. Hartman, D.K. (1992). Intertextuality and reading: Reconceptualizing the reader, the text, the author, and the context. Linguistics and Education, 4 (3 & 4), 295-311. Hartman, D.K. (1992). Eight readers reading: The intertextual links of able readers using multiple passages [Outstanding Dissertation Award Summary]. Reading Research Quarterly, 27 (2), 122-123. Hartman, D.K., & Dyer, P.A. (1992). An existential description of reading methods and materials in the content areas. Technical Report No. 560, Center for the Study of Reading, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Schell, J., & Hartman, D.K. (1992). Flexible cognition theory: A framework for advanced vocational learning. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 29 (3), 1-21. Hartman, D.K. (1991). The intertextual links of eight able readers using multiple passages: A postmodern/semiotic/cognitive view of meaning making. In J. Zutell and S. McCormick (Eds.), Learner Factors/Teacher Factors: Issues in Literacy Research and Instruction (pp. 49-66). Chicago, IL: National Reading Conference. Hartman, D.K. (1991). Developing intertextual comprehension: Students reading multiple texts. In C.M. King & R. Bean (Eds.), Literacy Instruction: Practices, Problems, Promises. Pittsburgh, PA: IPRE, University of Pittsburgh. Hartman, D.K. (1991). How do good readers approach “non-school" reading experiences? Montana Reading Journal, 4 (2), 6-8. Hartman, D.K., & Schell, J. (1991). Using hypertext to enhance learning, thinking, and application. Journal of Studies in Technical Careers, 13 (1), 47-59. Valencia, S.W., Stallman, A.C., Commeyras, M., Pearson, P.D., & Hartman, D.K. (1991). Four measures of topical knowledge: A study of construct validity. Reading Research Quarterly, 26 (3), 204-233. Stallman, A.C., Commeyras, M., Kerr, B.M., Meyer-Reimer, K., Jimenez, R.T., & Hartman, D.K. (1990). Are 'new' words really new? Reading Research and Instruction, 29 (2), 12-29. Valencia, S.W., Stallman, A.C., Commeyras, M., Hartman, D.K., & Pearson, P.D. (1990). Four measures of topical knowledge: A study of construct validity. Technical Report No. 501, Center for the Study of Reading, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. O'Flahavan, J. F., Hartman, D.K., & Pearson, P.D. (1989). Teacher questioning and feedback practices after the cognitive revolution: Replication and extension of Guszak's (1967) study. Technical Report No. 461, Center for the Study of Reading, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Stallman, A.C., Commeyras, M., Kerr, B.M., Meyer-Reimer, K., Jimenez, R.T., & Hartman, D.K. (1989). Are ‘new' words really new? Technical Report No. 471, Center for the Study of Reading, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 8 O'Flahavan, J.F., Hartman, D.K., & Pearson, P.D. (1988). Teacher questioning and feedback practices: A twenty year retrospective. In J.E. Readence & R.S. Baldwin (Eds.), Dialogues in literacy research (pp. 183-208). Chicago, IL: National Reading Conference. Publications: Book Reviews, Encyclopedia Entries, Editorial Introductions & Interviews Martin, N., Protacio, M.S., Huang, H.Y., Kuo, N.C., & Hartman, D.K., (in press). Historical development of literacy research. In C.A. Chapelle (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. Hartman, D.K., & Florio-Ruane, S. (2010). Editor’s introduction (Themed Issue: Reading First). Journal of Literacy Research, 42(1). Monaghan, E.J., Hartman, D.K., & Monaghan, C. (2003). History of reading instruction. In B.J. Guzzetti, D.E. Alvermann, & J.L. Johns (Eds.), Literacy in America: An encyclopedia of history, theory, and practice, Volume One (pp. 224-231). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. Wengerd, L., & Hartman, D.K. (2003). [Review of: The Intellectual Life of the British Working Classes.] History of Reading News, 26 (2), 7. Hartman, D.K., & Abdulaziz, T. (1997). [Review of: A History of Reading.] History of Reading News, 21 (1), 3-4. Shoop, K.J., & Hartman, D.K. (1996). [Review of: Early adolescence: Understanding the 10-15 year old.] Childhood Education, 72 (5), 303-304. Hartman, D.K. (1994). Cognitive science. In A.C. Purves (Ed.), Encyclopedia of English Studies and Language Arts, Volume I (pp. 204-205). New York: National Council of Teachers of English/Scholastic. Hartman, D.K., Rowe, D., Commeyras, M., & Jimenez, R. (1991). [Review of: Handbook of reading research: Volume II.] Journal of Reading Behavior, 23 (3), 370-384. R. Robinson (Ed.) (1991). Leaders in reading research. Interview by R. Robinson in Reading Psychology, 12 (1), 63-72. Editorships and Editorial Board Memberships Co-Lead Editor (w/Susan Florio-Ruane), Journal of Literacy Research, 2007-13. Themed Issue Co-Editor (w/Susan Florio-Ruane), Reading First, Journal of Literacy Research, 42(1). Section Co-Editor, (with Leslie Mandel Morrow & Robert Rueda), Handbook of Research on Teaching the English Language Arts (3rd edition), 2009-10. Editorial Review Boards, Reading Research Quarterly, Journal of Literacy Research, Journal of Reading Behavior, Yearbook of the National Reading Conference, The Reading Teacher, Center for the Study of Reading Technical Report Series. Editorial Advisory Boards, The literacy dictionary: The vocabulary of reading and writing (IRA), Literacy Studies Series (NRC/IRA). Guest Reviewer, Review of Educational Research, Educational Researcher, American Educational Research Journal, Elementary School Journal, Journal of Literacy Research, Research in the Teaching of English, Reading Research Quarterly, Journal of Reading Behavior, Journal of Advanced Academics, Science Education, and Early Childhood Research Quarterly.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 9 Papers at Professional Meetings (Selected Listing) 2010 Baker, E., Hartman, D.K., Florio-Ruane, S., & Wilkinson, I.A.G. (2010). Disseminating research across media: The case of RRQ and JLR partnering with the Voice of Literacy. A panel session at the 55th Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Chicago, IL. Mishra, P., Koehler, M.J., & Hartman, D.K. (2010). The TPACK framework and new literacies. A paper presented at Institute 11 of the 55th Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Chicago, IL. Hartman, D.K., & Troia, G.A. (2010). Implementing RTI in third through fifth grade. A paper presented at the Annual Research-to-Practice Institute of the Michigan Reading Association, Detroit, MI. Hartman, D.K. (2010). Research on the future of reading and writing at the present time: Preparing students and teachers for the 21st century. A paper presented at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Michigan Reading Association, Detroit, MI. 2009 Florio-Ruane, S., Hartman, D.K., Duke, N.K., Doyle, M.A., Kaufman, D.K., Apol, L., Irizarry, J., Bale, J. & Olinghouse, N. (2009). Writing for NRC Publications. A publications presentation at the 59th Annual Meeting at the National Reading Conference, Albuquerque, NM. Massey, D.D., Stahl, N.A., Sears, L.A., & Hartman, D.K. (2009). History of literacy. A research study group session at the 59th Annual Meeting at the National Reading Conference, Albuquerque, NM. Dobbs, C., Enciso, P., Forio-Ruane, S., Hartman, D.K., Perkins, J.H., Rowe, D.W., & Jimenez, R.T. (2009). Shattering the looking glass of diversity in the past: Editors grappling with diversity for the future. A symposium session at the 59th Annual Meeting at the National Reading Conference, Albuquerque, NM. Hartman, D.K. (2009). Preparing to conduct the first dissertation on reading in America: Edmund B. Huey at Clark University, 1896-1899. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, California. Hartman, D.K., Morsink, P.M., & Zheng, J. (2009). Preparing a new generation of teachers and students for the new literacies of the Internet. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the Reading Research Conference, International Reading Association, Phoenix, AZ. Hartman, D.K., Zheng, J., & Morsink, P.M. (2009). Preparing teachers and students for the new literacies of the Internet: Identification of effective classroom practices. A research poster presented at the 54th annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Phoenix, AZ. Hartman., D.K., Zheng, J., & Morsink, P.M. (2009). Digital genres and the new literacies of online comprehending and composing. A presentation at the Michigan Reading Association Pre- Conference Research Meeting, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Hartman, D.K., Morsink, P.M., & Zheng, J. (2009). Preparing a new generation of teachers and students for the new literacies of the Internet. A co-keynote address presented at the 11th annual Florida Literacy Symposium, University of Central Florida, College of Education, Orlando, Florida. 2008
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 10 Leu, D.J., Hartman, D.K., Zammit, K., Zawilinski, L., O’Byrne, I., & McVerry, G. (2008). Literacy Research on Complex Issues: Collaborative Models of Research for 21st-Century Scholarship. A co- keynote address presented at the annual meeting of the American Reading Forum, Sanibel Island, FL. Hartman, D.K., Olson, M., Truxaw, M., Zawilinski, L., & Leu, D.J. (2008). Equipping preservice teachers in science, mathematics, and English/language arts to improve adolescents’ comprehension of informational texts off- and online. A paper presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL. Hartman, D.K. (2008). Are we there yet? Experienced and novice researchers reflect on research, theory, and career paths. An alternative session presented at the Annual Meeting of the 58th Annual National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL. Hartman, D.K., Reis, S.M., Doyle, M.A., Kaufman, D.K., Coyne, M.D., Glenn, W.J., & Gort, M. (2008). Writing for NRC Publications. A discussion forum at the 58th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL. Hartman, D.K., Leu, D.J., Olson, M.R., Truxaw, M.P., & Zawilinski, L. (2008). Preparing a new generation of teachers and students for the literacy demands of their future. A paper presented for the Carnegie Corporation’s ALPI symposium on Adolescent Literacy and Preservice Education: Potential New Designs at the 53rd annual meeting of the International Reading Association, Atlanta, GA. Hartman, D.K., McVerry, G., O’Byrne, I., & Robbin, K. (2008). The vocabulary challenge: Strategies and practices for the new literacies of the Internet. A keynote address presented at Institute 13 of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Atlanta, GA. 2007 Hartman, D.K., (2007). One hundred years of reading research—1908-2008—From Edmund B. Huey to the present. A research review address presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX. Hartman, D.K., Olson, M.R., & Truxaw, M.P. (2007). Using reciprocal teaching with secondary mathematics, science, and English print texts … and adapting it for use with digital Internet resources. A symposium paper presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX. Zawilinski, L.M., & Hartman, D.K. (2007). How do Preservice teachers apply the new literacies to novel classroom situations? A symposium paper presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX. Hartman, D.K. (2007). Preservice teachers’ knowledge, skill, use, and attitude of the new literacies. A symposium paper presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX. Hartman, D.K., Reis, S.M., Doyle, M.A., Kaufman, D.K., Coyne, M.D., Glenn, W.J., & Gort, M. (2007). Writing for the Journal of Literacy Research. A research presentation at the 57th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX. Hartman, D.K., Stahl, N.A., Voge, N., & King, J. (2007). History of literacy. A research study group session at the 57th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX. Hartman, D.K. (2007). What are the new literacies of the Internet? What challenges do they hold for adolescents? A symposium keynote presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of English, New York City, NY.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 11 Leu, D.J., Hartman, D.K., & Coiro, J. (2007). The new literacies of online reading comprehension and learning: Insights, central principles, and classroom practices. A keynote address presented at the Annual Meeting of the New England Reading Association, Augusta, ME. Hartman, D.K., (2007). Remembering … 100 years of research in reading at the University of Pittsburgh. A research keynote address presented to the conference on “Threads of Coherence in Research on the Development of Reading Ability,” Learning Research and Development Center/School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, PA. Hartman, D.K., Leu, D.J., Olson, M.R., Truxaw, M.P., & Zawilinski, L. (2007). Preparing a new generation of teachers to develop literate American adolescents: Reading and writing to learn with foundational literacy and the new literacies. A symposium paper presented at the Reading Research 2007 Conference, Toronto, ON. Leu D.J., & Hartman, D.K. (2007). New literacies and the achievement gap in online reading comprehension: 10 easy steps to avoid the cruelest iron of No Child Left Behind. A paper presented at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Toronto, ON. Leu, D.J., Castek, J., Hartman, D.K., Henry, L., & Coiro, J. (2007). Evaluating the development of scientific knowledge and new forms of reading comprehension during online learning. A research paper presented in the symposium on “Online Teaching and Learning: Findings From Applied Educational Research” at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. Hartman, D.K. (2007). What should adolescent literacy include? A research presentation made at the invitational symposium on “Mobilizing Teacher Leaders to Improve Adolescent Literacy,” National Education Association Foundation/National Education Association, Washington, DC. 2006 Castek, J., Coiro, J., Henry, L.A., Hartman, D.K., Lentini, A.R., Leu, D.J., & Zawilinski, L. (2006). Methodological considerations in research on or involving technology. A Research Methodology Symposium paper at the 56th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Los Angeles, CA. Hartman, D.K., Reis, S.M., Doyle, M.A., Kaufman, D.K., Coyne, M.D., Glenn, W.J., & Gort, M. (2006). Writing for JLR. A research presentation at the 56th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Los Angeles, CA. Hartman, D.K., Stahl, N.A., Robinson, R.D., & Monaghan, E.J. (2006). History of literacy. A research study group session at the 56th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Los Angeles, CA. Hartman, D.K., Leu, D.J., Olson, M.R., & Truxaw, M.P. (2006). Reading and writing to learn with the ‘new literacies’: Preparing a new generation of teachers and researchers to develop literate American adolescents. A research presentation to the Adolescent Literacy Preservice Initiative of the Carnegie Corporation, New York City, NY. Castek, J., Leu, D.J., Coiro, J., Hartman, D.K., & Henry, L.A. (2006). The changing nature of online reading comprehension: Examining effects of Internet Reciprocal teaching on adolescents’ acquisition of new literacies and content knowledge in science. A paper presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Chicago, IL. Leu, D.J., & Hartman, D.K. (2006). Integrating new literacies into your classroom: Ten steps for equipping students with the Internet comprehension skills of today and tomorrow. A paper presented for the
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 12 Institute on Teaching the Necessary Vocabulary and Comprehension Skills for Successful Reading of Literature, Information Texts, and the Internet in Grades 2-8 at the 51st Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Chicago, IL. Hartman, D.K., & Leu, D.J. (2006). Understanding the new literacies of the Internet. A research presentation made at the invitational roundtable on issues in reading and literacy, National Education Association/International Reading Association, Washington, DC. 2005 Hartman, D.K., & Fogarty, E. (2005). The effects of Internet Reciprocal Teaching on online reading comprehension. A paper presented at the 55th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL. Hartman, D.K., Stahl, N.A., Robinson, R.D., & Monaghan, E.J. (2005). History of literacy. A research study group session at the 55th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL. Hartman, D.K., & Sears, L.A. (2005). The IRA at 50—A history. A paper presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, San Antonio, TX. Hartman, D.K. (2005). Edmund Burke Huey: Early practitioner of evidence-based reading research— 1870-1913. A paper presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, San Antonio, TX. 2004 Hartman, D.K. (2004). An analysis of the employment opportunities for reading, language arts, and literacy faculty in higher education during the 2003-2004 academic year. A paper presented at the 54th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX. Hartman, D.K. (2004). Approaches to the history of literacy: Cases in what is learned, silenced, and privileged. A paper presented at the 54th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX. Hartman, D.K., Stahl, N.A., Robinson, R.D., & Monaghan, E.J. (2004). History of literacy. A research study group session at the 54th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, San Antonio, TX. Hartman, D.K., & Sears, L.A. (2004). Honoring IRA’s 50th anniversary. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Reno, NV. 2003 Hartman, D.K. (2003). Reasoning and interpreting from historical evidence. A paper presented at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ. Hartman, D.K., Stahl, N.A., Robinson, R.D., & Monaghan, E.J. (2003). History of literacy. A research study group session at the 53th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ. Hartman, D.K. (2003). More than words: Mapping the textual practices of two African American male high school students. A paper presented at the 84th Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 13 Hartman, D.K. (2003). Using language and literacy to negotiate boundaries and negotiate identities across contexts: The case of two urban African American teenagers. A paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Orlando, FL. 2002 Sears, L.A., Hartman, D.K., & Monaghan, E.J. (2002). Locating data for research on the history of literacy. A paper presented at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL. Sears, L.A., & Hartman, D.K. (2002). Finding funding for research on the history of literacy. A paper presented at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL. Sears, L.A., & Hartman, D.K. (2002). Disseminating research on the history of literacy. A paper presented at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL. Sears, L.A., Hartman, D.K., & Monaghan, E.J. (2002). Connecting to others who do research on the history of literacy. A paper presented at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL. Monaghan, E.J., Hartman, D.K., Monaghan, C. (2002). A History of American reading instruction. A paper presented at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL. 2001 Hartman, D.K. (2001). The future of literacy at the present time. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Wisconsin State Reading Association, Milwaukee, WI. 2000 Lewis, B.F., & Hartman, D.K. (2000). Junior Science Institute: Transforming the Science Image of African American Elementary Students. A symposium paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, New Orleans, Louisiana. Hartman, D.K. (2000). Choosing and representing: Temporal and thematic patterns from a longitudinal study of urban teenagers. A symposium paper presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ. Monaghan, E.J., & Hartman, D.K. (2000). Undertaking historical research in literacy: Some pleasures and perils. A symposium paper presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ. 1999 Hartman, D.K., & Hefflin, B.R. (1999). People of “The Book”: Intercultural religious practice in urban settings--A late 20th century case study. A symposium paper presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL. Hartman, D.K. (1999). The dialogic and discursive practices of teens in an urban church: A microgentic analysis of literate behavior. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, San Diego, CA. Hartman, D.K., & Hefflin, B.R. (1999). People of 'the book': Protestant intercultural religious practice in urban settings--A late 20th century case study. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL. 1998
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 14 Hartman, D.K., & Hefflin, B.R. (1998). Writing to read: A review of the research. A paper presented at the Reading Research ‘98 Conference of the International Reading Association, Orlando, FL. Hartman, D.K. (1998). Using technology to research the history of literacy. A paper presented at the History of Reading SIG Institute at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Orlando, FL. Hartman, D.K., & Hoffman, J.V. (1998). Courses, materials, and projects in the history of literacy. A paper presented at the History of Reading SIG Institute at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Orlando, FL. 1997 Hartman, D.K. (1997). Doing things with texts: Mapping the textual practices of two African American male high school students. National Academy of Education/Spencer Fellow Forum, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. Ackerman, J., de la Luna, L., Hartman, D.K., Kamberelis, G., Mathison, M., McCarthey, S.J., Moje, E.B., Oates, S., & Green, J.L. (1997). Theorizing boundaries: Extending the conversation about literacy. Alternative session presented at the 47th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ. Monaghan, E.J., & Hartman, D.K. (1997). Doing historical research in literacy. Research workshop session presented at the 47th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ. Hartman, D.K. (1997). “Reading” as an intertextual process: Examples from the everyday meaning making practices of adolescents. A symposium session presented at the 47th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Scottsdale, AZ. Hartman, D.K. (1997). Teaching and learning from multiple texts: Implications for science education. A paper presented as part of the Science Education Seminar Series, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. Hartman, D.K., & Shoop, K.J. (1997). Doing things with texts: Mapping the textual practices of two African American male high school students. Poster Board session at the Board of Visitors Meeting, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. 1996 Hartman, D.K. (1996). Developing integrated thematic units: Current concepts, practices, and tools. Paper presented at the 30th Annual Meeting of the California Reading Association, San Jose, CA. Hartman, D.K. (1996). Developing vitae for prominent literacy scholars: An exercise in historical inquiry. A paper presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA. 1995 Hartman, D.K. (1995). On deconstructing intertextuality. A paper presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, New Orleans, LA. Hartman, D.K. (1995). Postmodernism and critical reading: Deconstruction as an analytic device for reading critically. A paper presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, New Orleans, LA.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 15 Freeman, K.B., Greenburg, S.I., Hefflin, B.R., Jacobs, K.A., & Hartman, D.K. (1995). A study of the concept of curricular and individual integration: Its origin, evolution, and instantiation in the American context. A paper presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, New Orleans, LA. Hartman, D.K. (1995). Reading across texts: Integrating information from multiple sources. A paper presented at the Annual Tri-State Conference on Vision and Reading, Pittsburgh, PA. 1994 Hartman, D.K., & Hartman, J.A. (1994). An analysis of text set structures. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. Hartman, D.K., & Hartman, J.A. (1994). Multi-text literacy: Reading and writing across texts. A paper presented at the 15th World Congress on Reading of the International Reading Association, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Hartman, D.K., & Hartman, J.A. (1994). An analysis of text set structures. A paper presented at the 39th Annual Convention of the International Reading Association, Toronto, Ontario. 1992 Hartman, D.K. (1992). 8 readers reading: The intertextual links of able readers using multiple passages. A paper presented at the 14th World Congress on Reading of the International Reading Association, Maui, HI. Hartman, D.K. (1992). Intertextual dynamics in group activity: The selection and advancement of meaning. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. Rogers, M., Hartman, D.K., Bean, R.M., & Zigmond, N. (1992). The curriculum-making process in elementary social studies: The teacher and the textbook. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Francisco, CA. 1991 Hartman, D.K. (1991). Readers composing inner texts: The intertextual links of able high school students reading 5 passages. A paper presented at the 81st Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English, Seattle, WA. Bean, R., Zigmond, N., Rogers, M., & Hartman, D.K. (1991). Analysis of elementary social studies textbooks: Implications for instruction of regular education and mainstreamed students. A paper presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Palm Springs, CA. Hartman, D.K. (1991). Eight readers reading: The intertextual links of able readers using multiple passages. A paper presented at the 24th Annual Conference of the Keystone State Reading Association, Hershey, PA. Hartman, D.K. (1991). Readers composing inner texts: The intertextual links of able high school students reading 5 passages. A paper presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Palm Springs, CA.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 16 Hartman, D.K. (1991). 8 readers reading: The intertextual links of able readers using multiple passages. A paper presented at the 36th Annual Convention of the International Reading Association, Las Vegas, NV. Hartman, D.K. (1991). Developing intertextual comprehension: Students reading multiple texts. A paper presented at the 37th Annual Conference on Literacy, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. Hartman, D.K. (1991). 8 readers reading: The intertextual links of able readers using multiple passages. A paper presented at the 11th Annual Meeting of the Conference on Reading Research Las Vegas, NV. 1990 Hartman, D.K. (1990). Eight readers reading: The intertextual links of able readers using multiple passages. A paper presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL. Hartman, D.K., & Pearson, P.D. (1990). Intertextual links generated by able high school students from multiple passages: A postmodern/semiotic view for comprehension and assessment. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Boston, MA. 1989 O'Flahavan, J.F., Hartman, D.K., & Pearson, P.D. (1989). A multidimensional analysis of teacher-led reading group discussion at the 2nd, 4th, and 6th grade levels. A paper presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX. O'Flahavan, J.F., & Hartman, D.K. (1989). Literate behavior in reading group discussion: What does it look like, and how is it cultivated? A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the 9th Conference on Reading Research, New Orleans, LA. Hartman, D.K. (1989). An existential description of reading methods and materials in the content areas. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. Hartman, D.K., & Spiro, R.J. (1989). Explicit text structure instruction for advanced knowledge acquisition in complex domains: A post-structuralist perspective. A paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. 1987 Hartman, D.K. (1987). Macrostructure processing: How story grammar instruction affects comprehension. A paper presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg Beach, FL. O'Flahavan, J.F., Hartman, D.K., & Pearson, P.D. (1987). Teacher questioning and feedback practices in reading group discussions: A twenty-year retrospective. A paper presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg Beach, FL. Stallman, A.C., Commeyras, M., Kerr, B.M., Meyer-Reimer, K., Jimenez, R.T., & Hartman, D.K. (1987). Vocabulary control in basal reading materials. A paper presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, St. Petersburg Beach, FL.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 17 1986 Hartman, D.K. (1986). Improving reading comprehension through the use of text structure. A paper presented at the 11th Annual Reading Research Conference of the Washington Organization for Reading Development (WORD), Seattle, WA. Presentations at Professional Meetings (Selected Listing) 2010 Keynote: Hartman, D.K., Morsink, P.M., Hagerman, M.S., Harris, R.L., & Kereluik, K. (2010). Improving adolescent literacy with technology: Which opportunities are worth seizing? A research- to-practice presentation at the Michigan Principals Fellowship Summer Institute II, East Lansing, MI. Keynote: Hartman, D.K., Englert, C.S., Morsink, P.M., Hagerman, M.S., Harris, R.L., & Kereluik, K. (2010). Improving adolescent literacy with technology: Which opportunities are worth seizing? A research-to-practice presentation at the Michigan Principals Fellowship Summer Institute I, East Lansing, MI. Keynote: Hartman, D.K., & Morsink, P.M. (2010). Preparing a new generation of teachers to develop literate American adolescents. A research-to-practice presentation at the Detroit Good Schools/ Skillman Foundation Principal’s Seminar, Detroit, MI. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (2010). The future of reading and writing at the present time: Preparing students and teachers for the 21st century. A presentation at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Michigan Reading Association, Detroit, MI. Presenter: Hartman, D.K., Morsink, P.A., Borsheim, C., DeSchryver, M., Harris, R. Kereluik, K., Schira Hagerman, M., & Woodruff, C. (2010). Preparing a new generation of students: Literacies for the 21st century. A Technology & Literacy Workshop, North Branch School District, North Branch, MI. 2009 Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (2009). The redesign of teaching & learning with digital education. A policy briefing presentation made at the Innovation Generation Broadband Summit, Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC. 2007 Keynote: Leu, D.J., & Hartman, D.K. (2007). What skills are required for successful online reading comprehension? What do students who are high-performing, online readers tell us? A workshop presented at the Annual Meeting of the New England Reading Association, Augusta, ME. 2006 Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (2006). How to integrate the new literacies of the Internet into your classroom. Fourth Tuesday Workshop, Mansfield School District, Mansfield, CT. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (2006). How to integrate the new literacies of the Internet into your child’s learning in and out of school. Parent Workshop, Mansfield School District, Mansfield, CT. 2004
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 18 Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (2004). Paving the way to comprehension using nonfiction. Rock Hill School District Three of York County, Rock Hill, SC. 2003 Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (2003). Paving the way to comprehension using nonfiction. New York City Community School District 6, New York City, NY. 2002 Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (2002). Data analysis and display. Action Research in Foreign Language Education, National K-12 Foreign Language Resource Center, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. 2000 Keynote: Hartman, D.K. (2000). Content literacy across the middle school. General session at the Literacy Leaders Institute for Middle Level Educators (NAASP/Scholastic), Dana Point, CA. Speaker: Hartman, D. K. (2000). Reading and writing across texts. Superintendent Conference Day, Victor Central School District, Victor, NY. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (2000). Jumping genres: Writing and reading across texts of different types. Presentation at Scholastic University 2000. Lake Buena Vista, FL. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (2000). Literacy in content teaching. Presentation at Scholastic University 2000, Lake Buena Vista, FL. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (2000). Strategies for content literacy in middle school. Presentation at the Literacy Leaders Institute for Middle Level Educators (NAASP/Scholastic), Dana Point, CA. 1999 Keynote: Hartman, D.K. (1999). Reading across texts through the seasons of life. General session at the 44th Annual Conference of the West Virginia Reading Association. White Sulphur Springs, WV. Panelist: Hartman, D.K. (1999). The future of literacy at the present time. Literacy in Action Series at the International Reading Association, San Diego, CA. Keynote: Hartman, D.K. (1999). The future of literacy at the present time. Presentation made for the Three-Rivers Reading Council. Pittsburgh, PA. Discussant: Hartman, D.K. (1999). Multiple Text, Multiple Source Theories of Reading and Learning in Social Studies. Symposium session at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada. 1998 Discussant: Hartman, D.K. (1998). Michael Jordan, Benton Quest, and Nipper: Intertextuality stimulating classroom discourse and literacy learning. Symposium session at the 48th Annual Meeting of the National Reading Conference, Austin, TX. Keynote: Hartman, D.K. (1998). Matching students with books. Boston, MA. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1998). Literacy for the new millennium. General session at the Annual Meeting of the Keystone State Reading Association. Champion, PA.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 19 Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1998). Stories teachers tell: Reflecting on professional practice. General session at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. New York City, NY. 1997 Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1997). Integrating the curriculum in the elementary and middle school. Williamsport, PA: Williamsport School District. Discussant: Hartman, D.K. (1997). Linking literacy and learning. Paper session at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association’s History of Reading Special Interest Group panel, Atlanta, GA. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1997). Developing integrated thematic units: Current concepts, practices, and tools. Greentree, PA: Montour & Other School Districts. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1997). Integrating the content areas. Clearfield, PA: Clearfield Area School District. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1997). Developing integrated thematic units: Current concepts, practices, and tools. Sanford, FL: Lake Mary School District. 1996 Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1996). Developing integrated thematic units: Current practices, concepts, & tools. Charleston, WV: Kanawha County Schools. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1996). Innovative reading strategies. Charleston, WV: Kanawha County Schools. Keynote Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1996). Developing integrated thematic units: Current concepts, practices, and tools. Erie, PA: Erie Reading Council of the International Reading Association. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1996). Developing integrated thematic units: Current concepts, practices, and tools. Niceville, FL: Okaloosa County Reading Association Annual Conference. Speaker: Hartman, D.K., & Allison, J.M. (1996). Promoting inquiry-oriented discussions using multiple texts. A paper presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, New Orleans, LA. Keynote Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1996). Developing integrated thematic units: Current concepts, practices and tools. A paper presented at the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Association of Federal Program Coordinators, Champion, PA. Keynote Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1996). Developing integrated thematic units: Current concepts, practices and tools. A paper presented at the 24th annual conference of the State of Maryland International Reading Association Council, Towson, MD. Keynote Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1996). Three hundred years of teaching reading and writing: Where have we been? Where are we going? A paper presented at the Duval County Reading Council meeting, Jacksonville, FL. 1995 Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1995). Concepts, tools, and strategies for developing integrated thematic units. Greenwood Area Schools In-service Day, Lander University, Greenwood, SC.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 20 Keynote Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1995). Reading across texts. Howard County Reading Association IRA, Columbia, MD. Speaker/Panelist: Hartman, D.K. (1995). Making meaning in a media-rich world. Scholastic/IRA Breakfast Forum, 40th Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Anaheim, CA. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1995). Developing and using text sets: Integrating fiction, nonfiction, art, music, drama, dance, and film. A paper presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Anaheim, CA. 1994 Speaker/Panelist: Hartman, D.K. (1994). The future of literacy at the present time: Literacy instruction for the next century. Scholastic/IRA Breakfast Forum, 39th Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association, Toronto, Ontario. 1992 Keynote Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1992). Reading across texts. SCIRA Fall Conference, Suburban Council of the International Reading Association, Northbrook, IL. Invited Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1992). Involvement in psychological research. Psi Chi Honorary Society, Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA. 1991 Keynote Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1991). Eight able readers using multiple passages: A post-modern- semiotic-cognitive view of meaning making. A Conference on Reading and Writing: Literacy Research into Practice, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL. Invited Panelist: Hartman, D.K. (1991). Teaching reading: Strategies from successful classrooms. The 11th Annual Conference on Reading Research, International Reading Association, Las Vegas, NV. 1990 Invited Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1990). Elementary reading instruction in the United States. Institute for International Studies in Education, Program on “Education in the United States: Making Sense Out of a ‘Strange' System.” School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1990). Developing intertextual comprehension: Students reading multiple texts. The 37th Annual Conference on Literacy, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1990). Literate behavior in reading group discussion: What Does it Look Like and How is it Cultivated? The 32nd Annual Tri-State Conference on Vision and Reading, Three Rivers Reading Council, Pittsburgh, PA. Workshop: Hartman, D.K. (1990). Using the Intertextual Metaphor to Design and Implement an Interdisciplinary Curriculum in the Middle School, Intermediate Unit I, Washington, PA. 1989 Panelist: Hartman, D.K. (1989). Integrating Academic and Vocational Studies, Fox Chapel High School, Fox Chapel, PA.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 21 Panelist: Hartman, D.K. (1989). Impact of Current Theory on Curriculum, Tri-State Area School Study Council, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA. Workshop: Hartman, D.K. (1989). Helping Students Learn from Their Textbooks More Effectively: Strategies for the Subject Matter Teacher, Danville High School, Danville, IL. Coordinator & Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1988-89). Improving Reading Comprehension by Linking Assessment and Instruction, Coordinator and speaker for a year-long series of workshops in the Prairie Grove School District, Crystal Lake, IL. 1988 Invited Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1988). Learning from text: New perspectives and approaches to content area reading. The 18th Annual Day of Reading, Secondary Reading League, Chicago, IL. Speaker: Hartman., D.K., Pearson, P.D., Commeyras, M., & Stallman, A. (1988). Reading assessment in Illinois. Center for the Study of Reading Colloquium Series, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1988). Learning from text: New perspectives and approaches to content area reading. The 20th Annual Illinois Reading Conference, Springfield, IL. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1988). The State of the Art in Reading Assessment: The Illinois State Reading Assessment, Summer Bridge Program Instructors, California State University, Fresno, CA. Workshop: Hartman, D.K. (1988). Reading and Learning from Social Studies Textbooks: An Instructional Framework, North Palos Elementary School District, Hickory Hills, IL. 1987 Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1987). Improving reading comprehension in the content areas. The 15th Annual Plains Regional Reading Conference, Des Moines, IA. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1987). Improving content area reading through ‘macrostruction.’ The 7th Annual Great Lakes Regional Conference, Indianapolis, IN. Workshop Leader: Hartman, D.K., Pearson, P.D., & Valencia, S. (1987). Writing items for the Illinois State Reading Assessment. Illinois State Board of Education/Center for the Study of Reading, Champaign, IL. Workshop Leader: Hartman, Pearson, P.D., & Valencia, S. (1987). Selecting passages for the Illinois State Reading Assessment. Illinois State Board of Education/Center for the Study of Reading, Champaign, IL. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1987). Reading Research and Instruction in the Content Areas: An Update, Summer Bridge Program Instructors, California State University, Fresno, CA. 1986 Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1986). Improving reading comprehension through the use of text structure. The 12th Far West Regional Conference, Reno, NV. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1986). How to improve comprehension of stories through story mapping. The 9th Annual Reading Conference of the Fresno Area Reading Council, Clovis, CA. Speaker: Hartman, D.K. (1986). How to Improve Comprehension of Stories Through Story Mapping, Cole Elementary School, Clovis, CA.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 22 Professional Service Elected Offices President, History of Reading Special Interest Group, International Reading Association, 2002-04. Board of Directors, National Reading Conference, 1999-01. Treasurer, History of Reading Special Interest Group, International Reading Association, 1996-99. Member-at-Large, History of Reading Special Interest Group, International Reading Association, 1995-96. Appointed Offices Historian, National Reading Conference, 2002-09. State/Governmental Activities TELLS Reading Assessment Advisory Committee, Division of Testing and Evaluation, Pennsylvania Department of Education, 1990-95. Grant Proposals Reviewer, Major Research Grants Program, Spencer Foundation, 1996, 2007. Panelist (2001), Field Initiated Studies Educational Grant Review, U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, 2001. Reviewer, Elva Knight Research Grants, International Reading Association, 1996. Reviewer, Nila Banton Smith Research Dissemination Grants, International Reading Association, 1995. Award Committees Member, Outstanding Dissertation Award Committee, International Reading Association, 1993-95, 2006-10). Chair, E. Jennifer Monaghan Book Award Committee, History of Reading Special Interest Group, International Reading Association, 2006. Chair, Joyce M. Morris Article Award Committee, History of Reading Special Interest Group, International Reading Association, 2007. Member, NRC Publications Committee, National Reading Conference, 2005-07. Chair, Oscar Causey Research Award Committee, National Reading Conference, 2000. Member, NRC Student Research Award Committee, National Reading Conference, 1998-00. Conference Chair Co-Chair, Research-to-Practice Institute, Michigan Reading Association, 2008-10. Area 3 Chair, Recent Emphases in Literacy Research, National Reading Conference, 1996-98. Conference Proposals
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 23 Reviewer, Conference Proposals, National Reading Conference, 1991-2009. Reviewer, Conference Proposals, American Educational Research Association, 1995-2009. Reviewer, Conference Proposals (Research Strand), International Reading Association, 1992-2009. Reviewer, Conference Proposals, History of Reading Special Interest Group, International Reading Association, 2002-05. National/International Committees Representative, Northeast and Islands Regional Education Lab (NEIREL), Educational Development Center/WestEd/American Institutes for Research/U.S. Department of Education, 2006-07. Member, The Literacy Hub: Broader Middle East and North Africa Countries, An International Development Project sponsored by the USAID and International Reading Association, 2006-08. Member, History of the ‘International Reading Association’ Working Group, International Reading Association, 2003. Member, National Task Force: New Visions in Action in Foreign Language Education, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages/National K-12 Foreign Language Resource Center, 2002. Member, New Media Committee, Association of Educational Publishers, 2000-02. Member, Studies and Research: Program Development Committee, International Reading Association, 1994-96. Mentoring Mentor for Graduate Student Reviewers, Editorial Advisory Board, Reading Research Quarterly, 1996-97. Technology Support Webmaster (with J. Zimmer & E.J. Monaghan), History of Reading Special Interest Group, International Reading Association. [http://www.historyliteracy.org/], 2000-07. Listserv Manager, History of Reading Special Interest Group, International Reading Association, 1998-07. University Service Leadership Co-Director (w/Nell K. Duke), Literacy Achievement Research Center, Michigan State University, 2008- Present. Coordinator, Doctoral Specialization in Language & Literacy Education, College of Education, Michigan State University, 2008-Present. Chair, Reading/Literacy Advisory Group, Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut, 2006-07. Facilitator, Redesign of Ph.D. Program, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut, 2005-07.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 24 Co-Director, Digital Video Project, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 2002-04. Chair, Technology Committee, Department of Instruction & Learning, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 2000-02. Co-Chair, Language & Literacy Admissions Committee, Department of Instruction & Learning, University of Pittsburgh, 1992-95. Director, North Hills Cohort Group, Elementary & Early Childhood Education Program, Department of Instruction & Learning, University of Pittsburgh, 1993-95. Director, Literacy & Technology Cohort, Elementary & Early Childhood Education Program, Department of Instruction & Learning, University of Pittsburgh, 1992-93. Coordinator, GRE Validity Study, Reading/Humanities Education, Department of Instruction & Learning, University of Pittsburgh, 1991. Advisory Member, Board of Directors, Center for Oral History, University of Connecticut, 2006-07. Mentoring Junior Faculty Mentor, Department of Instruction & Learning, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1996-98. University Faculty Mentor, Falk Lab School, University of Pittsburgh, 1990-92. Committees Chair, Language & Literacy Search Committee, College of Education, Michigan State University, 2009. Member, Comprehensive Exam Committee, Department of Teacher Education, College of Education, Michigan State University, 2008-Present. Member, Promotion & Tenure Committee, Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut, 2006-10. Member, Research Advisory Committee, Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut, 2006-07. Member, Elementary Field of Study Committee, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut, 2004-07. Member, Faculty-Authored Text Review Committee, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, Neag School of Education, University of Connecticut, 2004-06. Member, Research Committee, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 2000-04. Member, Elementary Education Steering Committee, Department of Instruction & Learning, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 2002-03. Member, Qualitative Methods Task Force, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 2001-02. Member, Investigative Board—Research Misconduct, University of Pittsburgh, 2001-02.
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 25 Reviewer, Peer Evaluation of Teaching Committee, Department of Instruction & Learning, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1997-98. Member, Doctoral Task Force, Department of Instruction & Learning, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1997-98. Member, Faculty Council, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1994-95. Member, Academic Affairs Committee, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1991-94. Member, Dean's Search Committee, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1992-93. Member, Teacher Education Technology Committee, Department of Instruction & Learning, University of Pittsburgh, 1992-95. Member, Teacher Education Steering Committee, Department of Instruction & Learning, University of Pittsburgh, 1992-93. Member, Humanities Education Admissions Committee, Department of Instruction & Learning, University of Pittsburgh, 1990-92. Member, Curriculum Inquiry Center Advisory Committee, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1991-92. Member, Forum Planning Committee, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1991-92. Member, Early Childhood Education Planning Committee, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh, 1990. Public Service Media Interviews Radio Interview (with Jack Ebling about MSU’s Literacy Achievement Research Center), Ebling and You on WILS, East Lansing MI, 2009. Video Interview (with John O’Flahavan about the new literacies and teaching diverse students), “Teaching Diverse Students Initiative” (TDSi), A Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, 2009. Newspaper Interview (with Kathleen Kennedy Manzo about reading research funded by NICHD), Education Week, 2007. Magazine Interview (with Angela Pascopella & Zach Miners about research on the new literacies of the Internet), District Administration, 2007. Newspaper Interview (with Rachel Gottlieb about early reading instruction), Hartford Courant, 2007. Newspaper Interview (with about summer reading programs), Norwich Bulletin, 2006. Newspaper Interview (with Fulvio Cativo about reading research and instruction), Hartford Courant, 2006. University Teaching Michigan State University
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 26 Doctoral Literacy & Technology History of Literacy Adolescent Literacy Preservice Learners & Learning in Context (Reading & Writing in the Content Areas) University of Connecticut Preservice The Teaching of Reading in Middle and High Schools Teaching Reading and Writing in the Content Areas Masters Teaching Reading and Writing in the Middle and Junior High School Teaching Reading in the Content Areas Advanced Clinic Doctoral Research on New Literacies Research on Adolescent Literacy History of Literacy Research & Instruction University of Pittsburgh Preservice Level Teaching Reading in the Elementary & Middle School/Teaching the Language Arts Teaching Reading and the Language Arts in the Intermediate Grades Internship/Student Teaching Supervision - Elementary & Middle School Levels Introduction to Elementary Education Masters Degree Level Language & the Reading Process Instructional Strategies in Reading Methods & Materials in Reading Disciplined Inquiry Research Seminar Doctoral Level History of Reading Research & Instruction Language & the Social Bases for Reading & Writing Seminar in Language & Literacy Doctoral Core 2 (with Naomi Zigmond) University of California, Berkeley Masters Strategies for Teaching Students with Reading Problems Assessment and Diagnostic Strategies for Reading and Literacy Instruction Teachers College, Columbia University Doctoral History of Reading Research & Instruction
    • Douglas K. Hartman - 27 Professional Organizations American Educational Research Association American Historical Association Association of Teacher Educators History of Education Society History of Reading Special Interest Group International Reading Association Literacy Research Association Michigan Reading Association National Conference on Research in Language & Literacy National Council of Teachers of English National Society for the Study of Education Phi Delta Kappa Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, & Publishing Society for the Scientific Study of Reading Teaching Certificates and Credentials Single Subject Credential, Social Studies, California. Multiple Subject Credential, Elementary, California. Reading Specialist Credential, K-12, California. Reading Certificate, Grades K-12, Oregon. Social Studies Certificate, Grades 5-12, Oregon. Consultantships Literacy & Research Consultant Red Brick Learning 2002-04 Literacy Consultant Time for Kids 2002-04 Literacy Author & Technology Consultant Scholastic 1991-01