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Our research examines 21st century learning within the organizational context of the Digital Youth Network (DYN). Below are a list of publications and presentations.

Nacu, D., Martin, C.K., Pinkard, N. and Sandherr, J. (2015). Encouraging Online Contributions in Underrepresented Populations. Accepted for presentation and proceedings publication: RESPECT (Research in Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology) conference, Charlotte, NC, August 13-14, 2015.

Roberson, A., Martin, C.K., Erete, S., Pinkard, N. (2015). Flip the switch: Generating girls’ interest in STEM through e-fashion. Presentation at International Society for Technology in Education, June 28-July 1, 2015.

Sandherr, J., Martin, C.K., Nacu, D., Pinkard, N. (2015). Challenge Your Students: Building Self-Paced Learning Experiences. Presentation at International Society for Technology in Education, June 28-July 1, 2015.

Martin, C. & Nacu, D. (2015). Intentional and Inclusive Design to Create Social-Technical Learning Systems. Symposium at Digital Media and Learning Conference, Los Angeles, CA, June 11-13, 2015.

Nacu, D., Martin, C.K., Pinkard, N., Sandherr, J. (2015). Promoting online Latino youth voice through collaborative design. In C.K. Martin and D. Nacu (Organizers), Intentional and Inclusive Design to Create Social-Technical Learning Systems. Symposium at Digital Media and Learning Conference, Los Angeles, CA, June 11-13, 2015.

Martin, C.K., Nacu, D., Pinkard, N., Acholonu, U. (2014). Using a Networked Community to Support Equitable Access to Computational Learning: The Digital Divas. SIG-Learning Sciences Poster Session at American Educational Research Association Conference, April 16-20, 2015.

Barron, B., Gomez, K., Pinkard, N., & Martin, C.K. (in press). The Digital Youth Network: Cultivating Digital Media Citizenship in Urban Communities. Boston, MA: MIT Press.

Sandherr, J., Roberson, A., Martin, C.K., Nacu, D., Acholonu, U. (2014). Distributed Mentorship: Increasing and Diversifying Youth Access to Learning Networks. Panel at the 6th annual Digital Media and Learning Conference, Boston, MA, March 7 – 9, 2014.

Larson, K., Ito, M., Brown, E., Hawkins, M., Pinkard, N., & Sebring, P. (2013). Safe Space and Shared Interests: YOUmedia Chicago as a Laboratory for Connected Learning. Digital Media + Learning Research Hub.

Martin, C.K., Nacu, D., Pinkard, N., & Gray, T. (2013) Educator roles that support students in online environments. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Madison, WI, June 2013.

Levinson, A, Stringer, D., Matthews, J., Hutton, M., Rogers, M. (2012). Digital Media and Gender: Women and Girls Engaging with Technology. Symposium at the 4th annual Digital Media and Learning Conference, San Francisco, CA, March 1 – 3, 2012.

Nacu, D., Pinkard, N, Schmidt, R., Larson, K. (2012, March) Remixing iRemix: Data Visualizations to Understand Learning and Development in Online Social Learning Networks. Presentation at the Digital Media and Learning Conference, San Francisco, CA, March 1 – 3, 2012.

Richards, K.A. & Gomez, K. (2011). Participant understandings of the affordances of RemixWorld. International Journal of Learning and Media 2(2-3), 101-21.

Zywica, J., Richards, K.A., & Gomez, K. (2011). Affordances of a scaffolded-social learning network. On the Horizon, 19(1), 33-42.

Martin, C. K. & Barron, B. (2009, June). Learning to collaborate through multimedia composing. Part of the Repertoires of Collaborative Practice symposium. In C. O’Malley, D. Suthers, P. Reimann, & A. Dimitracopoulou (Eds.), Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Practices: CSCL 2009 Conference Proceedings (pp. 25-27). New Brunswick, NJ: International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS).

Martin, C.K. and Barron, B. (2009). The pursuit of computational thinking: Gender patterns throughout middle school. In the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) 2009 Conference Proceedings. Amsterdam, Netherlands: August, 2009.

Martin, C.K,, Barron, B., Austin, K. and Pinkard, N. (2009). A Culture of Sharing: A Look at Identity Development Through the Creation and Presentation of Digital Media Projects. Presentation at the International Conference on Computer-Supported Education (Lisbon, Portugal) March, 2009.

Austin, K. (2008). “Fostering 21st Century Skills: Tool-Based Instructional Change.”

Austin, K. (2008). Establishing and Negotiating Teaching and Mentoring in an Informal Setting. International Conferences on Learning Sciences, Amsterdam, Netherlands, June, 2008.

Gomez, K, Austin, K, Zywica, J, Hooper, P, Pinkard, N. (2008). Instructional Environments Designed to Increase Quality of Access to Technology and Expertise in the New Social Futures. American Education Research Association Annual Conference (New York City, NY) March.

Gray, T., Pinkard, N., Gomez, K. & Richards, K. (2008). Developing instructional practices of mentors through the creation of professional learning communities. American Educational Research Association Annual Conference (New York City, NY) March.

Pinkard, N., Barron, B. Martin, C. K., Rogers, M., Gomez, K., Zywica, J. (2008). Media Arts Program: Fusing School and After-School Contexts to Develop Youth’s New Media Literacies (2008). In Proceedings of the 8th international conference on International Conference for the Learning Sciences, 3. Utrecht, NL.

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