Joe Martinelli specializes in the area of Electronic Educational Technologies with a focus on the integrating of electronic technologies into the curriculum, multimedia technologies, web page design, graphic communications, production of instructional materials, and current issues in education. Previously he had served as the associate director of Seton Hall's CEAS program, an 18-Credit Accelerated Teacher Certification Program. Committee work at Seton Hall includes: TLTR Subcommittee, Emerging Technologies, 2007 - Present; Faculty IT Committee, 2001 - Present; Oral Communication Proficiency, 2006 , TLTR Subcommittee, Evaluation & Assessment:, 2006 - 2007, IT NCATE Social Consciousness Committee, 2005 - 2007, and Copyright Task Team. 2004 - 2005.
He has taught courses in journalism and mass communication at William Paterson University, sports public relations and intermediate composition at FDU- Madison and public relations at Seton Hall University. Areas of interest include digital storytelling, podcasting, electronic gaming in education and how to use technology and literacy to enhance learning. Prior to becoming a full-time faculty member at Seton Hall in 2001, Martinelli spent 15 years as an administrator at William Paterson University, working in University Relations. He specialized in Athletic Communications, Web Design, Multimedia Production and Publications. During his time at William Paterson, he received several citations of excellence for his feature writing and web design abilities.
- Ed.D., Seton Hall University, 2008
- Ed.S, Seton Hall University, 2001
- MS, Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1983
- In Information Resources Management Association (Ed.) Gaming and Simulations: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, Pages 1774-1786. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-195-9.ch707, October 2011
- Teaching science through digital storytelling, Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education [SITE] 20th International Conference, Charleston, South Carolina, March 2009
- Herding cats in the internet corral, Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education [SITE] 20th International Conference, Charleston, South Carolina, March 2009
- Assessment with a Difference: Waypoint Empowers Students, Faculty and Administrators in all Models of E-Learning, AACE International Conference on E-learning, Quebec, Canada, October 2007
- Innovation in e-Assessment: Exploring a Multidimensional Tool, World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, October 2007
- A Multifaceted Tool for Student, Course, and Program Assessment,
- Twisting the kaleidoscope: Making sense of ePortfolios, Handbook of Research on ePortfolios, IGI Gobal Publisher, 2005