Publications of the Fred Rogers Center provide a fresh analysis on the current state of early learning and children’s media, recommend new solutions, promote collaborative agenda-setting, and aim to inspire positive change.
Publications may be downloaded in pdf format. Print copies may be ordered from the Saint Vincent College Bookstore.
“Research Summary, New America Foundation Roundtable, October 15, 2013”
Prepared by Michael Robb, Ph.D., Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media
“Checklist for Identifying Exemplary Uses of Technology and Interactive Media for Early Learning”
The Pennsylvania Digital Media Literacy Project
“Technology in the Lives of Educators and Early Childhood Programs”
Ellen Wartella, Ph.D., Courtney K. Blackwell, Ed.M., Alexis R. Lauricella, Ph.D., and Michael B. Robb, Ph.D.
“A Framework for Quality in Digital Media for Young Children:
Considerations for Parents, Educators, and Media Creators”
“Key Messages of the NAEYC/Fred Rogers Center Position Statement on Technology and Interactive Media in Early Childhood Programs”
“Technology and Interactive Media as Tools in Early Childhood Programs
Serving Children from Birth through Age 8”
A joint position statement issued by the National Association for the Education of Young Children
and the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media at Saint Vincent College
“Technology in the Lives of Teachers and Classrooms:
Survey of Classroom Teachers and Family Child Care Providers”
Ellen Wartella, Ph.D., Roberta L. Schomburg, Ph.D., Alexis R. Lauricella, Ph.D., MPP,
Michael Robb, Ph.D., and Rachel Flynn, MA
“The Wonder of It All: Fred Rogers and the Story of an Icon”
Margaret Mary Kimmel, Ph.D., and Mark Collins
Symposium Proceedings (Print publication with DVDs)
“Leadership in Early Childhood Professional Development:
Challenges and Promising Agendas for Integrating Technology and Children’s Media”
Roberta L. Schomburg, Ph.D., and Ariane Burke, M.Ed.
(Contact the Fred Rogers Center at firstname.lastname@example.org to order copies of this publication.)
“Young Children and Media:
A Snapshot of Public Interest, Public Concerns, and Children’s Media Organizations”
Ellen A. Wartella, Ph.D., and Katharine E. Heintz, Ph.D.
“Early Learning Leadership:
Challenges and Opportunities for Applications of Technology and Media-based Content”
Roberta L. Schomburg, Ph.D., Milton Chen, Ph.D., Pamela Johnson, Ph.D., and Ellen Wartella, Ph.D., Editors
“Children and Media: Emerging Issues and New Agendas”
Everette E. Dennis, Ph.D., and Ellen A. Wartella, Ph.D., Editors