Mark Warschauer is a Professor of Education and Informatics at the University of California, Irvine, and Associate Dean of UC Irvine's School of Education. He is founding director of UC Irvine's Ph.D. in Education program, and of UC Irvine's Digital Learning Lab.
He has previously taught and conducted research at the University of California,
Berkeley, the University of Hawaii, Moscow Linguistics University, Charles University in Prague, and Waseda University in Tokyo.
Dr. Warschauer's research focuses on the integration of information and communication technologies (ICT) in schools and community centers; the impact of ICT on language and literacy practices; and the relationship of ICT to institutional reform, democracy, and social development (see some of his recent papers on these topics.) His most recent book, Learning in the Cloud: How (and Why) to Transform Schools witih Digital Media, was published by Teachers College Press in 2011. His previous books have focused on the development of new electronic literacies among culturally and linguistically diverse students; on technology, equity, and social inclusion; and on the role of ICT in second language learning and teaching. He is now engaged in research projects on the use of digital media for reading and writing.
Dr. Warschauer is editor of Language Learning & Technology journal and founder of the Papyrus News blog.
Dr. Warschauer may be reached by e-mail at email@example.com; by telephone at 949 824-2526; via the Dept. of Education receptionist at 949 824-5118; by fax at 949 824-9103; by mail at School of Education, 3200 Education, Irvine, CA 92697-5500; or in his office in 3225 Education (see map and directions).