Curriculum Vita

Craig Roland, Ed.D.


101 Fine Arts Building C, PO Box 115801, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611-5801 • 352.392.9165 • rolandc@ufl.edu

EDUCATION

Doctor of Education, Art Education, Illinois State University, Normal. 1980-83.

Master of Arts, Art Education, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.1976-77.

Bachelor of Science, Art/Art Education, Northern Michigan University, Marquette.1969-73.

CURRENT ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT

Associate Professor of Art Education, Director of Online MA Program in Art Education • School of Art & Art History, University of Florida, Gainesville. 1988-2013.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

book
The Art Teacher’s Guide to the Internet,” Worcester, MA: Davis Publications, (2005).

chapters
New Directions for the 21st Century,” In Don & Barbara Herberholz’s Art Works for Elementary Teachers (9th Ed) New York: McGraw Hill, 2001.

Distance Learning and Art Education,” In D. Gregory (Ed.), New Technologies in Art Education, Reston: VA: National Art Education Association. Fall 1997, 41-49.

Using Journals to Promote Thinking in Preservice Art Teachers,” In L. Galbraith (Ed.) Preservice Art Education: Issues and Practices, Reston: VA: National Art Education Association, Reston. Spring 1995, 121-133.

Improving Student Thinking Through Elementary Art Instruction,” In A. Johnson (Ed.) Art Education: Elementary, Reston, VA: National Art Education Association. Summer 1992. 13-42.

juried articles
“Do-it-Yourself Professional Development through Online Personal Learning Networks as a 21st Century Form of Self-Initiated, Non-Hierarchical Participation in Communities of Practice,” Special Issue of Canadian Art Teacher on Technology in Art Education, 2011, 9(2), 38-53. Multiple authors.

“Preparing Art Teachers to Teach in a New Digital Landscape,” Art Education, January 2010, 62(8), 17-24.

“A Collaborative Approach to Preparing MFA Art Students to Teach at the University Level,” Art Journal, Winter 2008, 87 –91. Co-authored.

The Community Maps Project,” Trends, Journal of the Texas Art Education Association, Spring 2000, 24-25.

A Rationale for Integrating New Technology into School Arts Programs,” Florida Technology in Education Quarterly, Summer 1993, 5(4), 14-27. Co-authored.

Creativity and Art Education: A New Look at an Old Relationship,” NAEA Advisory, Fall 1991, Reston: VA: National Art Education Association.

Our Love Affair with New Technology: Is the Honeymoon Over?Art Education, May 1990, 43(3), 54-60. (Reprinted in Dutch Art Education Journal, January 1991, 3-7).

Microcomputers in the Art Curriculum: A Unique Artistic Medium,” Florida Educational Computing Quarterly, Spring 1990, 2(3), 21-29.

non-refereed articles
ArtEd Online,” SchoolArts Magazine, Worchester, MA: Davis Publications, 2006-2010. Monthly technology column.

editorships
Technology,” Special issue of SchoolArts Magazine, October, 2006. Co-editor with Karen Keifer-Boyd.

Technology in Arts Education: A Florida Perspective.” Florida Technology in Education Quarterly. Contributing Co-Editor. Summer 1994, 6(4).

Technology and Arts Education,” Contributing Co-Editor, A Publication for the Arts in Complete Education Project. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education, 231 pages. January 1994.

digital resources
Art Education 2.0, global community of art educators (arted20.ning.com), 12,000+ members

Art Junction, professional website and blog, (www.artjunction.org)

Pinterest boards, (pinterest.com/dcraigr)

recent citations/interviews
New Media and Art Education,” Children and Their Art: Art Education for Elementary and Middle Schools, 9th Ed. Michael Day and Al Hurtitz, Florence, KY: Cengage Learning, 2011.

The Arts and Technology” by Bruce Buchanan (May 2008) American School, American School Board Association, 41-43.  Phone interview w/author.

Digital Approach to Art Ed. Gains Momentum” by Katie Ash in Education Week’s Digital Directions, June 4, 2008. (http://tinyurl.com/6cvb26). Phone interview w/author.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS
national presentations
“Connected Art Educators: The Art of Leveraging Social Media to Build a Personal Learning Network,” National Art Education Association Conference, Fort Worth, TX, March 2013, panel moderator.

“Preparing Prospective and Practicing College Teachers of Art,” National Art Education Association Conference, New York City, NY March 1-4, 2012, panelist.

“What We’ve Learned from Our Online Graduate Students,” National Art Education Association Conference, New York City, NY March 1-4, 2012, co-presenter.

“Researching Online Teaching,” National Art Education Association Conference, New York City, NY March 1-4, 2012, panelist.

 “Creating Global Connections with Art + Technology” International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 2011 Conference, Philadelphia, PA, June 26-29, 2011. Poster Session.

“Exploring New Avenues for Student Creativity and Learning in a Globally-Connected Art Classroom” National Art Education Association Conference, Seattle, WA March 17-20, 2011.

The Why, What and How of Promoting Creativity Through Art EducationA Pecha Kucha presentation. National Art EducationAssociation Conference, Seattle, WA March 17-20, 2011. I moderated this session that had 7 speakers presenting 6-minute, 40-second talks on creativity while 20 slides are shown automatically at 20-second intervals.

“Art Education 2.0: An Online Community for Art Teachers” ISTE 2010 Conference, Denver, CO, June 27-30, 2010.  Poster Session.

“Making Your Conference and Classroom Presentations Sticky” National Art Education Association Conference, Baltimore, MD April 14-18, 2010.

“What’s Worth Teaching in Art?” A Pecha Kucha presentation. National Art Education Association Conference, Baltimore, MD April 14-18, 2010.

The Art Education 2.0 Manifesto: Exploring the Implications of Web 2.0 for Art Education,” National Art Education Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN, April 17-21, 2009. Paper.

Web 2.0: Possibilities for Art Education, National Art Education Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN, April 17-21, 2009. Panelist.

Preparing Teachers to Teach Art in the Digital Age, National Art Education Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN, April 17-21, 2009. Paper.

Tips & Technologies for Teaching Art in a Digital Age,” National Art Education Association Conference, New Orleans, LA, March 26-30, 2008.  Paper.

Preparing Teachers to Teach Art in the Digital Age,” juried paper presented at the 2007 SECAC Conference meeting in Charleston, West Virginia, October 17-20, 2007.

“Technology in the Art Program, “ Panel Presenter, Retreat for state and district art supervisors from around the country sponsored by Davis Publications and held at the Sundance Resort, Sundance, Utah, October 6-8, 2007.

Tips & Technologies for Moving Your Art Program Forward in the Digital Age,” Invited Lecture, National Retreat for state and district art supervisors sponsored by Davis Publications and held at Rhode Island School of Design, September 28-30, 2006.

Empowering Students with Web Publishing,” National Art Education Association Conference, Chicago, IL. March 22-26, 2006. Paper.

TEACHING THE TEACHERS: An Introduction to Foundations Pedagogy,” Foundations in Art: Theory & Education (FATE) Conference, Columbus, OH., March 2005. Panelist.

Guiding Student Art Research in Cyberspace,” National Art Education Association Conference, Boston, MA. March 4-8, 2005. Paper.

Promoting Students Research in Art and Visual Culture on the Internet,” National Art Education Association Conference, Denver, CO., April 16-20, 2004. Co-presenter.

The Art of Online Collaboration,” National Art Education Association Conference, Denver, CO., April 16-20, 2004. Paper.

Art Education, Collaboration and the Internet,” National Art Education Association Conference, Minneapolis, April 2003. Paper.

Online Teaching and Art Education,” National Art Education Association Conference, Minneapolis, April 2003. Panelist.

Online Professional Development Opportunities for Art Teachers,” National Art Education Association Conference, Miami, March 2002.

Bridging the Local with the Global,” National Art Education Association Conference, Miami, March 2002. Co-presenter.

It’s the Thought That Counts,” National Art Education Association Conference, New York City, March 2001. Paper.

The Development and Assessment of Teaching Portfolios,” National Art Education Association Conference, New York City, March 2001. Co-presenter.

Changes in the Preparation of Future Art Teachers: Implications for Higher Education Art Faculty,” College Art Association Convention, Chicago, IL. March 2001. Paper.

Sketchbooks in the Classroom,” National Art Education Association Conference, Los Angeles, March 2000, Co-presenter.

state & local presentations
Connecting the Dots: Drawing a Bigger Picture by Becoming a Globally Connected Art Educator,” Keynote Address for the Utah Art Education Association Conference followed by two 50-minute break-out technology demonstrations, February 21, 2014.

Lessons From The Art Classroom,” Arts Insights Invited Lecture, Department of Art & Design, Southern Utah University, February 20, 2014.

Inspire, Innovate, Connect: Strategies for Giving Your Teaching A Makeover,” Keynote Address for the Illinois Art Education Association Conference, Lisle, IL, followed by a 50-minute technology demonstration, November 2, 2012.

Inspire, Innovate, Connect: Strategies for Giving Your Teaching A Makeover,” Keynote Address delivered online (via Adobe Connect) for the Idaho Art Education Association Conference, October 4, 2012.

Inspire, Innovate, Connect: Strategies for Giving Your Teaching A Makeover,” Keynote Address for the Florida Art Education Association Conference followed by a 50-minute technology demonstration and Q + A session, November 4, 2011.

Inspire, Innovate, Connect: Strategies for Giving Your Teaching A Makeover,” Invited online lecture using the Blackboard Collaborate interface for the Wisconsin Art Education Association Conference, October 28, 2011.

Building Bridges to Learning with Technology,” Keynote Address for the Pennsylvania Art Education Association, Pittsburgh, PA. October 29, 2010.

Teaching Art in a New Digital Landscape,” Keynote Address and two follow-up technology workshops for the 2009 West Virginia Art Education Association Conference, Lewisburg, WV, October 16 & 17.

Teaching Art in a New Digital Landscape,” Keynote Address for Pinellas County Art Teachers, St. Petersburg, FL.  August 21, 2009. (Also included a follow-up hands-on session in a Mac lab).

Web 2.0 and Art Education,” Invited Lecture, University of North Texas, Denton, TX, September 16, 2008; w/follow-up Hands-on Workshop, Rhode Island School of Art & Design, Providence, RI, November 7, 2008; Mercyhurst College, Erie, PA, November 11, 2008;  Edinboro University, Edinboro, PA, November 13, 2008.

Looking at and Talking About Art,” Kate Sullivan Elementary School & Gilchrist Elementary School, Tallahassee, FL, Teacher In-service workshops, July 2007.

ATCs – A State-Wide Youth Art Month Project,” Florida Art Education Association Conference, Jacksonville, FL, October 13-15, 2006. Co-presenter.

Looking at and Talking About Art,” Gilchrist Elementary School, Tallahassee, FL, Teacher In-service workshop, July 2006

Looking at and Talking About Art,” Sealey Elementary School, Tallahassee, FL, Teacher In-Service Workshop, July 2005, 2006.

Collaborating Online in the Art Classroom,” Florida Art Education Association Conference, Orlando, October, 2004. Paper delivered.

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Reviewer, Session proposals for multimedia category, National Art Education Association Conference to be held in San Diego, CA, March 2014

Art Education Area Head, School of Art + Art History, University of Florida. 1999, 2002, 2005-2013.

Member, Digital Playground Planning Committee, 2009 National Education Computing Conference, Washington DC, June 28-July 1.

Member,Web Advisory Board, National Art Education Association, 2006-2010.

Editorial Advisory Board Member, SchoolArts Magazine, 2005-2010.

Member, SECAC Art Education Policy Committee, 2007.

Reviewer, Winter 2005 issue of Visual Arts Research on technology and art education.

Coach (Williston Elementary School and Eastside Elementary School), Transforming Education Through the Arts Challenge Project (TETAC), Florida Institute for Art Education, funded by the Annenberg and Getty Foundations, 1997-2000.

Member, National Professional Task Force, Transforming Education Through the Arts Challenge Project (TETAC), Florida Institute for Art Education, 1997-99.

SELECTED GRANTS and HONORS
Kathy Connors Teaching Award, National Art Education Association Women’s Caucus, March 2013.

Scholarship Enhancement Grant Award, to fund research projects, University of Florida College of Fine Arts, 2010, 2008, 2006, 2004, 2001, 1999.

Professional Sabbatical Award, College of Fine Arts, University of Florida, Fall 2008.

Scholarship of Engagement Award, College of Education, University of Florida, 2007.

College of Fine Arts Teacher of the Year, University of Florida, 2004.

Professional Sabbatical Award, College of Fine Arts, University of Florida, Spring 1999.

Distinguished Service Award, Florida Art Education Association, 1997.

Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Florida, 1994.

Florida Higher Education Art Educator of the Year, Florida Art Education Association, 1993.

(pdf copy of long vita, August 2013)