- Ed.D. Instructional Technology, Teachers College Columbia University (2001)
- M.A English — Rutgers Newark, Rutgers University (1996)
- B.A English — Rutgers College, Rutgers University (1990)
- Professor, New Jersey City University, 2001-Present
- Secondary English Teacher, Hudson County Schools of Technology 1991-2001
- Folger Shakespeare Library, Consultant
- International Society of Technology in Education, Affiliate Board Member
- NJEdge, Best Practices Committee
- National Council of Teachers of English, Member
- New Jersey Association for Educational Technology, Executive Board Member
- New Jersey Coalition for Inclusive Education, Advisor
- New Media Consortium STEMx Catalyst Academy, STEMx Academy Fellow
Shamburg, C. (2009). Student-powered podcasting: Teaching for 21st century literacy. Washington DC: ISTE.
Shamburg, C. (2008). National educational technology standards for students: Units for the English language arts grades 9-12. Washington DC: ISTE.
Twomey, C., Shamburg, C. Zieger, L. (2006). Teachers as technology leaders. Washington DC: ISTE.
Articles and Book Chapters
Shamburg, C. (2014). Language learning between the panels: Comics, performance, Shakespeare, and ELL. In M. Gura (Ed.), Teaching literacy in the digital age (111-119). Washington DC: International Society for Technology in Education.
Shamburg, C. Mazzetti, & K, Shamburg, J. (2013). Remix as an educational activity. in S. Ferris and H. Wilder (Eds.), The plugged-in professor (251-259). Philadelphia, PA: Woodhouse.
Shamburg, C. (2010). DIY podcasting in education. In C. Lankshear and M. Knobel (Eds.) DIY media: Creating, sharing and learning with new technology (51-78). New York: Peter Lang.
Shamburg, C. & Craighead, C. (September, 2009). Shakespeare, our digital native. English Journal 99 (1)
Shamburg, C. (January 2009). Review of Blocks to Robots, Bers, 2008. E-Learning, 6 (1).
Shamburg, C. (2008). Making memories. Learning and Leading with Technology, Sept/Oct 2008, 37.
Aitken, J., Amerman, T., & Shamburg, C. (2005). Faculty and freedom machines: Teaching teachers about assistive technology. Academic Forum (13), 2, 42-44.
Amerman, T., Aitken, J., Shamburg, C., & Twomey, C. (2004). Assistive technology: A collaborative approach. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 8(3), 213-218.
Shamburg C. (2004). Conditions that inhibit the integration of technology for urban early childhood teachers. Information Technology in Childhood Education Annual, 2004, 231-24
- Geraldine R. Dodge Award for Teacher of Humanities (1995)
- HP STEMx Catalyst Fellowship (2013-2014)
- NEH Teaching Grant Fellowship Folger Shakespeare Library (1994)
- NEH Teaching Grant Fellowship, Columbia University (1995)
- New Jersey Award for Excellence in Teacher Education (2012)
- New Jersey Governor’s Award for Outstanding Teaching (2001)
- Teacher of the Year Hudson County Schools of Technology (2001)
Recent National Presentations
Shamburg, C. (July, 2014). Remix as an educational activty. Teachers College, Columbia University, Performance at the Center. New York, New York
Shamburg, C. and Share, J. (July, 2011). Creating Media from O: Digital Stories, Challenging Sounds. National Association for Media Literacy Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA.
Shamburg, C. Kist, W, and Share, J (November, 2009). Media literacy made easy. New Media Gallery, National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention (Invited Speaker)
Shamburg, LoMonico M, Porter C, and Craighead, C (November, 2009). Teaching Shakespeare to the class of 2020 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention. Philadelphia, PA.
Recent International Presentations
Shamburg, C. (February, 2014). Remix as an educational and economic activity. H.R. College of Business and Commerce, Mumbai India.
Shamburg, C. (Feburary, 2014). Teaching 21st Century Literacies. English and Foreign Language University, Hyderbad India.
Shamburg, C. (September, 2012). (Invited Speaker) Remixing as an educational activity. Worlds Together Conference, Tate Modern Museum, London, UK.
Shamburg, . & Amerman, T. (April, 2012). Technology and Inclusion: A natural fit. Council for Exceptional Children Annual Convention, Denver, CO.
Shamburg, C. Lomonico, M. (June, 2011). Shakespeare unbound: Universal design for learning, new literacies, and the Bard. International Society for Technology in Education Conference. Philadelphia, PA
- New Jersey, Teacher of Secondary English
digital media, educational technology, online learning, inclusive education, 21st century literacies, new literacies, special education, literacy, curriculum, technology and literacy, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), maker movement, maker spaces, remix, DIY media, humanities, digital literacies.
- http://Edutopia Interview–Shakespeare and Digi
- http://ISTE Author Interview — http://sigms.is
- http://If Shakespeare had a Mixer, Guest Blogge
- http://Podcasting and Fluency. New Literacies:
- http://Remixing Shakespeare, Media developed fo
- http://Shakespeare for Everyone, Guest Blogger,
- http://The Sound of Science, New Media Consorti
- http://Truth and Reconciliation for Plagiarizer
- http://When the Lit Hits the Fan, Guest Blogger
- Advanced Authoring Tools
- Ed Theory & Cur Dsgn SLMS
- GraphicsandGraphic Design Educ
- Help Excep Chld&Yth Reg Class
- Intro To Educational Technolo
- Intro to Assistive Technology
- Intro to Distance Learning
- Intro. to Authoring Tools
- Lrng Theories Motiv&Relat Tech
- Ped & Appl Of Chil Lit K-12 Cl
- Principles of ET Leadership
- Research Applic Ed Tec II
- Research Apps in Ed Tech I
- Special Topics in Educ Technol
- Stud Lrn Dev&Behv Mgt SLMS
- Teach Method for SLMS
- Technology In Engl/L.A.Curric
- Technology In Soc.Stud.Curr.
- Technology In Spec. Ed. Curric
- Using Intgr Sftwr Across Curr
- Using The Internet In Educ