The OpEd has been featured in a New York Times opinion piece written by Anna North called “What about teens who don’t have smartphones?“
The OpEd I co-authored with Mimi Ito has been republished in the Washington Post. It can be viewed here.
An OpEd that I coauthored with Mimi Ito was published on The Conversation. The OpEd focuses on the relationship between SES and social media usage. The OpEd was picked up by the Houston Chronicle’s Gray Matter blog and The Epoch Times.
A new paper of mine was published in the Journal of Research on Libraries & Young Adults. Check it out if you are interested in the role libraries can play in youth learning. Abstract The purpose of this ethnographic study is to understand connected learning of youth in online communities and how these findings can …
After my presentation “Connected Learning, Coding, and Supporting Non-Expert Librarians in Technical Programming” at AERA, where I discussed research on Scratch implementation by non-expert coders in public libraries, I was asked to do a short Q&A with Eric Meyers, a professor at the University of British Columbia for Education Week. You can check out the …
Here is a video of my talk at University of North Carolina’s School of Information and Library Science.
Check out my chapter in Imanol Aquirre’s Mor thn img cnsmrs: Mapping and evaluating research on young people as visual culture producers. The chapter is called “Fantasy wrestling: Youth digital production and visual culture in a competitive fandom and connected learning environment.” It is a fun exploration of fantasy wrestling as a site for both …
My case study about the Wrestling Boards WWE fan community and its fantasy wrestling federation Over the Ropes is out and available for download at: http://dmlhub.net/sites/default/files/learning-the-ropes-final.pdf
My book, Voyage across a constellation of information: Information literacy in interest-driven learning communities, is available to buy on Amazon.
This is an interview with Lissa Soep about my professional wrestling research, which was published on BoingBoing.