CCT has worked with a wide range of cultural organizations, including museums, libraries, and public media stations, seeking to use information and communication technologies to make their resources more accessible to educators and students. Digitizing resources or creating online guides to collections often are common first steps for these organizations, but they regularly need guidance in the process of defining specific goals for their efforts, developing curricular surrounds for their resources, or exploring how young people make sense of the materials they provide.
Publications > Reports > Cultural Institutions
Preschool Teachers Can Use a PBS KIDS Transmedia Curriculum Supplement to Support Young Children in Mathematics Learning: Results of a Randomized Contolled Trial
Report on the Technological Enhancements Project Evaluation: Deepening early learning experiences through technology
Review of Research on Media Literacy and Young Children Literacy: A Report to the Ready to Learn Initiative
The JASON Project Multi-media Science Curriculum Impact on Student Learning Final Evaluation Report Year One
The JASON Project Multimedia Science Curriculum Impact on Student Learning: A Summary of the Year One Evaluation Report