Erica Marsh joined ETR in 2005 and currently develops and manages content as well as provides training support and SharePoint administration services. In addition, she performs literature searches, organizes and catalogs the results, and synthesizes data. Erica is also a staff member of dfusion, an innovative technology small business partner of ETR, where she coordinates grant proposal submissions and digital media marketing.
Prior to joining ETR, Erica worked as a counselor at a residential treatment facility for the dually diagnosed population, and performed service as a literacy tutor through a local America Reads program. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from San Francisco State University, and has completed Master’s work in library and information science at San Jose State University.
California’s Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health TPP Evaluation and Training Project
Extra Innings: Using Serious Gaming and the Science of Baseball to Teach Mathematics and Science
Resource Center for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (ReCAPP)
Continuing Education Program – ETR University
Denner, J., Marsh, E., & Campe, S. (2017). Approaches to reviewing research in education. In D. Wyse, N. Selwyn, E. Smith & L. Suter (Eds.), Handbook of Educational Research. London: SAGE/BERA.
Campe, S., Denner, J., Werner, L., & Marsh, E. (2016). Is there evidence that computer game programming benefits children? A review of research. Review of Educational Research. Unpublished paper.