Most of my significant scholarly work to date. Check out my research to get an idea of where all of this stuff comes from.

Papers, Posters and Presentations

All of these papers were written as part of courses, which are indicated in italics. Some of them are better than others, several are works-in-progress. Generally if a paper is listed as revision 1 then it still needs significant work. I hope to return to several of these in the future to sharpen them up and repurpose them for another cause.

For those who are interested, I have several papers on, the previous focus of my research. Most of these have been formally reviewed and revised several times and a couple have been presented.

  • Buzzwords in the Classroom: Making Sense of the Discourse About Web2.0 in Classroom 2.0
  • Qualitative Methods | PDF
  • One Laptop per Child: Discourse in an Information Society Context
  • Information and Society| PDF
  • Criminal [Digital] Literacy: A Response to Jonathan Rosa
  • Community as Intellectual Space | PDF
  • Prairienet2: Research Proposal 2009 (Development Strategies for Prairienet)
  • Independent Study | PDF
  • Exploring Ubiquitous Learning: A case study of related concepts, objects and practice
  • Ubiquitous Learning | PDF
  • The Rantoul Public Library: Hard Times, Innovative Strategies and Community Informatics
  • CI Concepts | PDF
  • Museum Informatics: User and Web Driven Exhibitions
  • Distributed Knowledge | PDF
  • Examining Digital Natives (critical, distributed knowledge)
  • Distributed Knowledge | PDF
  • Digital Divide 2.0: African American Communities and Library Resources in Illinois
  • Information Technology and the Black Experience | PDF