Paul P. Freddolino

Job Title: 
Professor; Director of Distance Education and Technology
Office Location: 
214 Baker Hall
  • PhD, University of Michigan
  • MDiv, Yale University
  • MA, Cornell University
  • BA, University of Notre Dame
  • Technology and social work practice
  • Distance education
  • Program evaluation
  • Technology and aging
  • Mental health services research
  • Technology in social work education
  • Research methods (MSW)
  • Macro practice (MSW)
  • Lorenz, K.H., Freddolino, P., Comas-Herrera, A., Knapp, M., Damant, J. (2017). Technology-based tools and services for people with dementia and carers: Mapping technology onto the dementia care pathway. Dementia (London). DOI: 10.1177/1471301217691617
  • Damant, J., Knapp, M., Freddolino, P., Lombard, D. (2016) Effects of digital engagement on the quality of life of older people, Health and Social Care in the Community. Article first published online: 25 FEB 2016. DOI: 10.1111/hsc.12335.
  • Woodward, A.T., Freddolino, P.P., Wishart, D.J., Bakk, L., Kobayashi, R., Tupper, C., Panci, J., & Blaschke-Thompson, C.M. (2012). Outcomes from a peer tutor model for teaching technology to older adults. Ageing and Society. Available online at DOI: 10.1017/S0144686X12000530
  • Woodward, A.T., Freddolino, P.P., Blaschke-Thompson, C.M., Wishart, D.J., Bakk, L., Kobayahsi, R., & Tupper, C. (2011). Technology and Aging Project: Training outcomes and efficacy from a randomized field trial. Ageing International 36(1), 46-65, DOI: 10.1007/s12126-010-9074-z
  • Freddolino, P. P., Lee, V. W. P., Law, C. K., & Ho, C. (2010). To help and to learn: An exploratory study of peer tutors teaching older adults about technology. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 28(4), 217-239.