Publications

Academic Journals:
  • User-Experience Design and Libraries: A Pathway to Innovation? (2014, in press). Journal of Library Innovation, 5 (2). (with V. J. Graham)
  • Rethinking the Classroom: One department’s attempt to connect student learning and national events. (2013). Journal of the Association for Communication Administration, 32 (2), 77-86.
  • Exploring the relationship between student-instructor interaction on Twitter and student perceptions of teacher behaviors. (2012). International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 23 (3), 286-292. (with K. Bostedo-Conway)
  • Practical Lessons from User-Experience Design for Spaces of Learning (2011). American Clearinghouse on Educational Facilities Journal, 2 (1), 65-77.
  • Ballin’ on Burris: Coordinated Management of Meaning. (2011). Journal of Critical Incidents, 89-92. (with S. Cox. & B. Brooks)
  • Connecting Assessment to Resource Allocation: A demonstration project at Queens University of Charlotte. (2011). Assessment Update 23 (4), 1-4. (with J. Slater & T. Burson)
  • What Happened? Teaching attribution theory with ambiguous prompts (2011). Communication Teacher, 25 (1), 32-36.
  • Composing Podcasts: Engaging ‘digital natives’ in the communication classroom (2009). Communication Teacher, 23 (1), 15-18.
  • Digital Subculture: A geek meaning of style (2009). Journal of Communication Inquiry, 33 (1), 58-70.
  • Review of Blogging for your Business: Byron & Broback, 2006 (2007). Business Communication Quarterly, 70 (3), 393-395.

Edited Books:

Book Chapters:

  • Voicing a Campus Icon: Twitter, a bronze goddess, and hyperlocal community engagement. (2012). In Community 2.0 – at the intersection of digital media and information design. CreateSpace.
  • Digital Subculture: A geek meaning of style. In Rojek, C. (Ed.). (2011). Popular Music: Sage Benchmarks in Culture and Society. Sage.
  • Mediated Group Communication. In J. Park & E. Abels (Eds.). (2010). Interpersonal Relations and Social Patterns in Communication Technologies: Discourse Norms, Language Structures and Cultural Variables. IGI-Global.

Conference Papers:

  • Pedagogy & Innovation: Designing a learning experience with (or in spite of) social media. Presented at the NCA National Convention, Washington, DC, November 2013.
  • Digital Cities: Urban community development through information design. Presented at the NCA National Convention, Orlando, FL, November 2012.
  • Pedagogy, then Technology. Presented at the Teaching Professor Conference, Washington DC, June 2012.
  • Exploring the relationship between student-instructor interaction on Twitter and student perceptions of teacher behaviors, with K. Bostedo-Conway. Presented at NCA National Convention, New Orleans, LA, November 2011.
  • Voicing a Campus Icon: Twitter, a bronze goddess, and hyperlocal community engagement. Presented at NCA National Convention, New Orleans, LA, November 2011.
  • A Month with Mashable: Bridging information content and media expression using Twitter. Presented at NCA National Convention, San Francisco, CA, November 2010.
  • What Happened? Teaching Attributions through ambiguous prompts. GIFTS paper presented at NCA National Convention, Chicago, IL, November 2009. Top Ten GIFTS Paper & Top Three GIFTS Paper Related to Conference Theme.
  • Instructional Proxemics: Creating a Place for Space in Instructional Communication. Presented in a Featured Panel at NCA National Convention, San Diego, CA, November 2008. NCA Grant Award.
  • Teaching Tuckman’s Group Development with “Sister Act.” GIFTS paper presented at NCA National Convention, San Diego, CA, November 2008.
  • Engaging Information Design: Re-considering the user’s experience. Presented at NCA National Convention, Chicago, IL, November 2007.
  • Orality: The spoken word. Presented in panel – Perspectives on Information Design: Expanding User Experience Design – at Pop Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference. Boston, MA, April 2007.
  • Instructional Proxemics. Research Presentation presented at Research Network Forum of the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Annual Meeting, New York City, NY, March 2007.

Other Publications:

A comprehensive list of manuscripts in process, in submission, or under review are available by request.