Creator of Knowledge
Information Resources Management Association
Advancing the Concepts & Practices of Information Resources Management in Modern Organizations

David D. Carbonara

David D. Carbonara who is now retired, was a Clinical Assistant Professor of Education and Director of the Program in Instructional Technology at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. He earned his doctoral degree in Science Education with a minor in Educational Research and Methodology from the University of Pittsburgh. He taught undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral courses in instructional technology. His recent research agenda includes instructional technology for pre-service teachers, management of instructional technology for technology coaches, and leadership strategies for instructional technology leaders. He is leading the development of robotics in online curriculum. He has authored over 65 peer-reviewed papers for publication and presentation at national and international conferences. His first edited book, Technology Literacy in Learning Environments continues to sell well and is located in research libraries. He collaborated with Dr. Lawrence Tomei on Handbook of Research on Diverse Teaching Strategies for the Technology-Rich Classroom (2020) and with Ashley Hodge on Video Use in Teacher Education: Transition from a Teaching Tool to an Assessment Tool (2015). An earlier work, K-20 Learning along a Novice to Expert Continuum in Online Learning Environments (2013) showed the development of a person’s instructional technology knowledge and practice.
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