PEER-REFEREED JOURNALS

                                                                                                                                                                               

1.     Sentočnik, S., Sales, G. C., & Richardson, J. W. (in press). Education reform in Georgia: Recommendations for building leadership capacity as a critical success factor for instructional change. International Journal of Leadership in Education. doi: 10.1080/13603124.2016.1224931 

 

2.     Richardson, J. W., Watts, D., Hollis, E., & McLeod, S. (2016). Are changing school needs reflected in principal job ads? NASSP Bulletin. doi: 10.1177/0192636516656797 

 

3.     Sales, G., Sentočnik, S., Richardson, J. W., Darchia, I., & Gorgodze, S.  (Accepted). Reforming Georgian Education: Recommendations for using classroom assessment. International Journal of Educational Development

 

4.     Richardson, J. W., Beck, D., LaFrance, J., & McLeod, S. (2016). Job attainment and perceived role differences of cyber school leaders. Educational Technology and Society Journal, 19(1), 211-222. 

 

5.     Wang, H., Sauers, N., & Richardson, J. W. (in press, 2016). Predicting educational leaders’ influence on information dissemination in their communication network on Twitter. Journal of School Leadership, 26(3).

 

6.     Richardson, J. W., Nash, J. B., MacDonald, M., & Tan, K. (2016). Mental health impacts of forced land evictions on women in Cambodia. Journal of International Development, 28(5), 749-770. DOI: 10.1002/jid.3038 

 

7.     Richardson, J. W., & Hollis, E. (2015). An analysis of the educational leadership faculty job market. UCEA Review, 3(56), 10-14.

 

8.     Sauers, N. J., & Richardson, J. W. (2015). Leading by following: An analysis of how K-12 school leaders use Twitter. NASSP Bulletin, 99(2), 127-146. DOI: 10.1177/0192636515583869

 

9.     Richardson, J. W., Sales, G., & Sentočnik, S. (2015). Plans for embedding ICTs into teaching and learning through a large-scale secondary education reform in Georgia, Forum for International Research in Education, 2(1), 19-32.

 

10.  McLeod, S., Richardson, J. W., & Sauers, N. J. (2015). Leading technology-rich school districts: Advice from tech-savvy administrators. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 10(2), 104-126. DOI: 10.1177/1942775115584013

 

11.  Richardson, J. W., LaFrance, J., & Beck, D. (2015). Challenges of virtual school leadership. American Journal of Distance Education, 29(1), 18-29. DOI: 10.1080/08923647.2015.992647

 

12.  Richardson, J. W., Sauers, N., & McLeod, S. (2015). Technology leadership is just GOOD leadership: Dispositions of tech-savvy superintendents. AASA Journal of Scholarship & Practice, 12(1), 11-30

 

13.  Sauers, N. J., Richardson, J. W., & McLeod, S. (2014). Technology-savvy superintendents: Successes and challenges. Journal of School Leadership, 24(6), 1177-1201.

 

14.  Richardson, J. W., & Sauers, N. J. (2014). Social justice in India: Perspectives from school leaders in diverse contexts. Management in Education, 28(3), 106-109. Available from http://mie.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/28/3/106.pdf?ijkey=fczs4zOQgNvlf0C&keytype=ref

 

15.  Richardson, J. W., Imig, S., & Flora, K. (2014). Evaluating leadership development through a study abroad experience. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 17(3), 353-369.

 

16.  Richardson, J. W., Nash, J., & Flora, K. (2014). Unsystematic technology adoption in Cambodia: Students’ perceptions of computer and Internet use. International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technology, 10(2), 63-76.

 

17.  Richardson, J. W., & Lee, J. (2014). Information and communication technology for development in the field of comparative and international education: A discussion essay. International Perspectives on Education and Society, 25, 45-51.

 

18.  Richardson, J. W., Flora, K., & Bathon, J. (2013). Fostering a technology vision for school leaders. International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 8(1), 144-161.

 

19.  Richardson, J. W., McLeod, S., Flora, K., Sauers, N., Sincar, M., & Kannan, S. (2013). Large-scale 1:1 computing initiatives: An open access database. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 9(1), 4-18.

 

20.  Richardson, J. W., Imig, S., & Ndoye, A. (2013). Developing culturally-aware school leaders: Measuring the impact of an international internship. Educational Administration Quarterly, 49(1), 92-123, doi:10.1177/0013161X12455055 

 

21.  Richardson, J. W., & Brantmeier, E. (2012). The role of ICTs in catalyzing conflict transformation in Egypt. Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues, 5(4), 254-266.

 

22.  Richardson, J. W., Bathon, J., Flora, K., & Lewis, W. D. (2012). NETS-A scholarship: A review of published literature. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 45(2), 131-152. 

 

23.  Richardson, J. W., Finholt-Daniel, M., Sales, G., & Flora, K. (2012). Shifting pedagogical space: Egyptian educators’ use of Moodle. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 8(2), 92-106.

 

24.  McLeod, S., Bathon, J., & Richardson, J. W. (2011). Studies of technology tool usage are not enough: A response to the articles in this special issue. Journal of Research in Leadership in Education, 6(5), 288-297. 

 

25.  Richardson, J. W., Moore, T., Sales, G., & Mackritis, M. (2011). Using computer simulations to support STEM learning. International Journal of Engineering Education, 27(4), 766-777.

 

26.  Richardson, J. W., McLeod, S., & Garrett Dikkers, A. (2011). How do school districts treat K-12 principals and principal candidates with online credentials? International Journal of Leadership in Education, 14(3), 351-368. doi:10.1080/13603124.2011.560284

 

27.  Richardson, J. W., McLeod, S., & Garrett Dikkers, A. (2011). Perceptions of online credentials for school principals. Journal of Educational Administration, 49(4), 378-395.

 

28.  Richardson, J. W., & McLeod, S. (2011). Technology leadership in Native American schools.  Journal of Research in Rural Education, 26(7), 1-14.

 

29.  McLeod, S., & Richardson, J. W. (2011). The dearth of technology coverage. Journal of School Leadership, 21(2), 216-240. 

 

30.  Richardson, J. W. (2011). Challenges of adopting technology for education in less developed countries: The case of Cambodia. Comparative Education Review, 55(1), 8-29.

 

31.  Richardson, J. W. (2011). Technology adoption in Cambodia: Measuring factors impacting adoption rates. Journal of International Development, 23(5), 697-710. doi: 10.1002/jid.166.

 

32.  Graves, M., Sales, G., Lawrenz, F., Robelia, B., & Richardson, J. (2010). Effects of technology-based teacher training and teacher-led classroom implementation on learning reading comprehension strategies. Contemporary Educational Technology, 1(2), 160-174.

 

33.  Richardson, J. W. (2009). Providing ICT skills to teacher trainers in Cambodia: Summary of project outputs and achievements. Journal of Education for International Development, 4(2), 1-12.

 

34.  Richardson, J. W. (2009). The diffusion of technology adoption in Cambodia: The test of a theory. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT, 5(3), 157-171.

 

35.  Richardson, J. W., & McLeod, S. (2009). Where should educational leadership authors publish to get noticed by the top journals in the discipline? Educational Administration Quarterly, 45(4), 631-639.

 

36.  Richardson, J. W. (2008). ICT in education reform in Cambodia: Problems, politics, and policies impacting implementation. Information Technologies & International Development, 4(4), 67-82.

 

37.  Pakhomov, S., Richardson, J., Finholt-Daniel, M., & Sales, G. (2008). Forced-alignment and edit-distance scoring for vocabulary tutoring applications. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5246, 443-450.

 

38.  Richardson, J. W. (2005). Towards democracy: A critique of a World Bank loan to the United Mexican States. Review of Policy Research, 22(4), 473-482.

 

39.  Stachowski, L. L., Richardson, J. W., & Henderson, M. (2003). Student teachers report on the influence of cultural values on their classroom practice and community involvement: Perspectives from the Navajo Reservation and abroad. The Teacher Educator, 39(1), 52-63.

 

ARTICLES UNDER REVIEW

 

1.     Brantmeier, E. J., Richardson, J. W., Xharra, B. & Brantmeier, N.K. (under review). From head to hand to global community: Social media, digital diplomacy, and post conflict peacebuilding in Kosovo.  In A. Nasseem et al. (Eds.). Social Media and Peace Education (forthcoming). Gottingen, Germany: Vandenhoeck & Ruprech.

 

2.     Richardson, J. W., Nash, J. B., & King, A. (under review). Perceptions of cybercrimes legislation and online freedom of expression in Cambodia.

 

3.     Richardson, J. W., & Heintzelman, S. (under review). Innovative programs: Graduate certificate in school technology leadership at the University of Kentucky.

 

4.     Heintzelman, S., & Richardson, J. W., (under review). Go online or get sidelined.

 

5.     Hollis, E., Richardson, J. W., & Hentzelman, S. (under review). Adopting online teaching strategies at a research university: The voice of faculty members.

 

6.     Sterrett, W., & Richardson, J. W. (under review). Overcoming challenges through collaboration and innovation: A closer look at tech-savvy superintendents. In M. Mountford, & L. E. Wallace (Eds.).  The contemporary superintendent: (R)evolutionary leadership in an era or reform. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

 

7.     Sterrett, W., & Richardson, J. W. (under review).Cultivating innovation in an age of accountability: Tech savvy leadership.

 

 

EDITOR OF SPECIAL EDITION JOURNALS

 

1.     Richardson, J. W., & Sales, G. (2015). Forum for International Research in Education, 2(1).

 

2.     Richardson, J. W., & Lee, J. (2014). International Journal of Education and Development Using Information and Communication Technology, 10(2).

 

EDITOR-REVIEWED JOURNALS / BOOK REVIEWS / CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

 

1.     Richardson, J. W., & Sales, G. (2015). Redefining technology in development work: A need for outcomes in ICT projects, Forum for International Research in Education, 2(1), 1-2.

 

2.     Richardson, J. W. (2014). Putting leadership in front of technology: A call for action. Proceedings from International Seminar on Educational Technology, University of Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia. ISBN: 978-602-14215-3-6

 

3.     Richardson, J. W. (2010, September). Online credentials: A state of wariness. The School Administrator, 18-22.

 

4.     Richardson, J. W. (2010, April 22). A 20-second PowerPoint makeover. Tech and Learning. http://www.techlearning.com/article/29390

 

5.     Richardson, J. W. (2010). Learning cultures in online education (book review). Comparative Education Review, 55(1), 146-147.

 

6.     McLeod, S., & Richardson, J. (2006, Spring). What publications are educational leadership researchers citing? School Leadership News, 15, 15.

 

7.     Richardson, J., & McLeod, S. (2005). Native American technology and culture. United States Department of Education Office of Indian Education.  Retrieved from http://www2.ed.gov/rschstat/research/pubs/oieresearch/research_conf.html

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

 

1.     Richardson, J. W. (in press). Digital technologies in Cambodia. In Springer, S., & K. Brickell (EDs). Handbook of Contemporary Cambodia. Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge.

 

2.     Richardson, J. W. (2015). Where is the technology leadership in educational leadership preparation programmes? In R. Joubert, L. G. Bjork, & T. Browne-Ferrigno (Eds). International Education Reform and Quality Education (pp. 41-50), Pretoria, South Africa: Interuniversity Centre for Education Law and Policy, University of Pretoria.

 

3.     McLeod, S., & Richardson, J. W., (2014). School administrators and K-12 online and blended learning. In R. E. Fertig & K. Kennedy (Eds). Handbook of research on k-12 online and blended learning (pp. 285-302), Pittsburg, PA: ETC Press.

 

4.     Richardson, J. W., Nash, J. B., CHEA, L., & PEOU, C. (2014). Where to from here: Analysis of Cambodia’s 2009-2013 Information and Communication Technology Plan. In C. A. Brown (Ed.), Globalization, international education policy and local policy formation (pp. 157-182). New York, NY: Springer.

 

5.     Kato, L., Richardson, J. W., & Imig, S. (2013). Culturally responsive school leaders. In S. Harris and S. Edmonson (Eds.), Critical social justice issues for educators today. (pp. 105-120), Ypisanti, MI: NCPEA.

 

6.     McLeod, S., & Richardson, J. W. (2013) Supporting effective technology integration and implementation. In M. Militello and J. Friend (Eds.), Principal 2.0: Technology and educational leadership (pp. 249-272). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

 

7.     Richardson, J. W. (2012). Should teachers have the right to create and post content online about their school using social networking sites when posts are made on their own time and without the use of school resources: Point. In C. J. Russo (Ed.), Debating issues in American education (pp. 139-145). Los Angeles, CA: Sage.

 

8.     Richardson, J. W. (2010). Technology training in Cambodia. In W. Kinuthia & S. Marshall (Eds.), Educational technology in practice: Research and practical case studies from the field (pp. 113-126). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

 

9.     Brantmeier, E., & Richardson, J. (2009). ICT for peace and reconciliation: Constraints and possibilities in Cambodia and Tibet. In C. Vrasidas, M. Zembylas, & G. Glass (Eds.), ICT for education, development, and social justice (pp. 213-236). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

 

WHITE PAPERS / MONOGRAPHS / EVALUATIONS / TECHNICAL REPORTS

 

1.     King, A., Richardson, J. W., & Nash, J. B. (2015, April). Research Brief: Online Freedom of Expression and Political Engagement in Cambodia. Cambodian Center for Independent Media, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Retrieved from: https://www.ccimcambodia.org/report/Research_Brief_EN.pdf

 

2.     Sales, G., Sentocnik, S., Richardson, J. W. (2015). Project design recommendations – Millennium Challenge Account Georgia – Improving General Education Quality. GOPA Consultants: Homburg, Germany.

 

3.     Sales, G., Sentocnik, S., Richardson, J. W. (2015). Terms of reference - Millennium Challenge Account Georgia – Improving General Education Quality. GOPA Consultants: Homburg, Germany.

 

4.     Nash, J. B., & Richardson, J. W. (2012, May). Selecting and managing research consultants: Tips for NGOs in developing countries. University of Kentucky: Lexington, KY.

 

5.     CHEA, L., Nash, J., Richardson, J. W., & PEOU, C. (2012, April). ICT in upper secondary schools in Cambodia: Infrastructure, use, and perceptions. Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Department of Media and Communication at Royal University of Phnom Penh.

 

6.     CHEA, L., Richardson, J. W., Nash, J., & PEOU, C. (2012, April). ICT readiness in three upper secondary schools: Embracing the national policy on ICT in education in Cambodia. Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Department of Media and Communication at Royal University of Phnom Penh.

 

7.     Teang, P. N., Richardson, J. W., Nash, J. B., Duvigneau, A., & Le Coz, C. (2012, April). Freedom of information: Advancing research and actions. Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Cambodian Center for Independent Media. Retrieved from: http://www.ccimcambodia.org/report/FOI_survey_(30_April_2012).pdf

 

8.     Teang, P. N., Richardson, J. W., Nash, J., Duvigneau, A., & Le Coz, C.  (2012, May). Freedom of information policy brief. Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Cambodian Center for Independent Media.

 

9.     McLeod, S., & Richardson, J. W. (2007, July). Final evaluation report: Evaluation of the Rochester public schools smaller learning communities implementation grant. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota.

 

10.  McLeod, S., & Richardson, J. W. (2007, March). Evaluation report 2: Evaluation of the Rochester public schools smaller learning communities implementation grantMinneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota.

 

11.  Richardson, J. (2006, August). The state of ICT in seven rural northern border Cambodian provinces. Phnom Penh, Cambodia: UNESCO.

 

12.  Prasertsri, S., Hughs, J., & Richardson, J. (2006, August). Final report: Establishing the effective use of information and communication technology in Education for All in Cambodia. Phnom Penh, Cambodia: UNESCO.

 

13.  McLeod, S., Brahier, B., & Richardson, J. W. (2006, March). Evaluation report 1: Evaluation of the Rochester public schools smaller learning communities implementation grant. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota.

 

14.  McLeod, S., Brahier, B., & Richardson, J. W. (2005, December). Interim report 1: Evaluation of the Rochester public schools smaller learning communities implementation grant. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota.

 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

 

1.     Richardson, J. W. (2011, January 17). Providing ICT skills to teacher trainers in Cambodia: Summary of project outputs and achievements. [E-magazine] The Drum Beat, 573. http://www.comminit.com/en/drum_beat_573.html

 

2.     Richardson, J. W. (2010, March 5). Providing ICT skills to teacher trainers in Cambodia: Summary of project outputs and achievements. [E-magazine of UNESCO Bangkok] ICT in Education e-Newsletter. http://www.unescobkk.org/fileadmin/user_upload/ict/Announcement_e-Newsletter/5March10.pdf