Publications

ORCID iD: 0000-0003-4161-1820

Italicized co-authors were students or postdocs I mentored.

Recent publications can be downloaded from https://steinhardt.nyu.edu/people/christopher-hoadley

Older publications can be downloaded from http://www.tophe.net/oldpubs.html


  1. Stahl, G. (Ed.) (in press). Theoretical Investigations: Philosophical Foundations of Group Cognition. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning series, Vol. 19. Hoadley, C., Van Aalst, J. & Janke, I. (Series Eds.) New York: Springer.

  2. Radke, S., Vogel, S., Ma, J. Y., Hoadley, C., & Ascenzi-Moreno, L. (in press). Emergent Bilingual Middle Schoolers’ Syncretic Reasoning in Statistical Modeling. Teachers College Record, Special Issue on Teaching and Learning Mathematics and Computing in Multilingual Contexts.

  3. Hoadley, C. (in press). Preface. In Stahl, G. (Ed.), Theoretical Investigations: Philosophical Foundations of Group Cognition. New York: Springer.

  4. Matuk, C., Desportes, K., & Hoadley, C. (2021). Context and CSCL. In U. Cress, C. Rosé, A. F. Wise, and J. Oshima (Eds.) International Handbook of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, pp. 85-101. New York: Springer. https://www.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-65291-3_5

  5. Kali, Y. & Hoadley, C. (2021). Design-based research and CSCL. In U. Cress, C. Rosé, A. F. Wise, and J. Oshima (Eds.) International Handbook of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. pp. 479-496. New York: Springer. https://www.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-65291-3_26

  6. Cress, U., Wise, A., Oshima, J., Rosé, C. (2021). International Handbook of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning series, Vol. 18. Hoadley, C., Van Aalst, J. & Janke, I. (Series Eds.) New York: Springer. https://www.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-65291-3

  7. Hoadley, C., & Uttamchandani, S. (2021). Current and Future Issues in Learning, Technology, and Education Research. [Commissioned, peer-reviewed white paper.] Spencer Foundation. https://www.spencer.org/learning/current-and-future-issues-in-learning-technology-and-education-research or http://hdl.handle.net/2451/63364

  8. Favaro Ince, S., & Hoadley, C. (2021, 28 April). Working with your librarian: Advice and resources for doctoral students. Feeding the Elephant: A Forum for Scholarly Communications. https://networks.h-net.org/node/1883/discussions/7635786/working-your-librarian-advice-and-resources-doctoral-students

  9. Uttamchandani, S., Shrodes, A., Lizarraga, J., Cortez, A., Paré, D., Shanahan, M.-C., Sengupta, P., Bang, M., & Hoadley, C. (2020). Attending to Gender and Sexuality in Learning: Lessons From Scholarship By, For, and With LGBTQ+ People. International Conference of the Learning Sciences, Nashville TN (Virtual due to pandemic), 358-365. https://repository.isls.org/handle/1/6659

  10. Vogel, S. (Writer), Hoadley, C. (Writer), Ascenzi-Moreno, L. (Writer), Ma, J. (Writer), Ynoa, M. (Performer), Fu, M. (Animator), Fuller, D. (Animator), Posner, E. (Animator), Grant, G. (Editor). (2020). What CS Ed Can Offer Bi/Multilinguals (Episode 4) [Professional Development Online Video Series Episode]. In Exploring Equity in Computer Science: A Translanguaging Approach to Computing Education. PiLa-CS; New York University. http://hdl.handle.net/2451/61987

  11. Vogel, S. (Writer), Hoadley, C. (Writer), Ascenzi-Moreno, L. (Writer & Performer), Ma, J. (Writer), Fu, M. (Animator), Fuller, D. (Animator), Posner, E. (Animator), Grant, G. (Editor). (2020). Translanguaging 101 (Episode 2) [Professional Development Online Video Series Episode]. In Exploring Equity in Computer Science: A Translanguaging Approach to Computing Education. PiLa-CS; New York University. http://hdl.handle.net/2451/61985

  12. Vogel, S. (Writer), Hoadley, C. (Writer & Performer), Ascenzi-Moreno, L. (Writer), Ma, J. (Writer), Fu, M. (Animator), Fuller, D. (Animator), Posner, E. (Animator), Grant, G. (Editor). (2020). Translanguaging Pedagogy in CS Education (Episode 3) [Professional Development Online Video Series Episode]. In Exploring Equity in Computer Science: A Translanguaging Approach to Computing Education. PiLa-CS; New York University. http://hdl.handle.net/2451/61986

  13. Vogel, S. (Writer & Performer), Hoadley, C. (Writer), Ascenzi-Moreno, L. (Writer), Ma, J. (Writer), Fu, M. (Animator), Fuller, D. (Animator), Posner, E. (Animator), Grant, G. (Editor). (2020). Teaching Multilingual Learners in Computer Science: Redefining the Problem (Episode 1) [Professional Development Online Video Series Episode]. In Exploring Equity in Computer Science: A Translanguaging Approach to Computing Education. PiLa-CS; New York University. http://hdl.handle.net/2451/61984

  14. Vogel, S. E., Hoadley, C., Castillo, A. R., Ascenzi-Moreno, L. (2020). Languages, literacies, and literate programming: Can we use the latest theories on how bilingual people learn to help us teach computational literacies? Computer Science Education, 30(4), 420-443. http://doi.org/10.1080/08993408.2020.1751525

  15. Santo, R., Ching, D., Peppler, K., & Hoadley, C. (2020). ‘When is safe enough?’ Considering Diversity and Equity When Brokering Pre-Professional Learning Opportunities to Minoritized Youth. In M. Gresalfi & I. S. Horn (Eds.), The Interdisciplinarity of the Learning Sciences, 14th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2020 (Vol. 1, pp. 43-50). International Society of the Learning Sciences. https://repository.isls.org//handle/1/6668

  16. Radke, S., Vogel, S., Hoadley, C., & Ma, J. Y. (2020). Representing percents and personas: Designing syncretic curricula for modeling and statistical reasoning. In M. Gresalfi & I. S. Horn (Eds.), The Interdisciplinarity of the Learning Sciences: 14th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2020 (pp. 1365-1372). International Society of the Learning Sciences. https://repository.isls.org//handle/1/6337

  17. James, S. (Writer & Performer), Vogel, S. (Writer), Hoadley, C. (Writer), Ascenzi-Moreno, L. (Writer), Ma, J. (Writer), Fu, M. (Animator), Fuller, D. (Animator), Posner, E. (Animator), Grant, G. (Editor). (2020). Translanguaging Pedagogy in CS Education (Episode 5) [Professional Development Online Video Series Episode]. In Exploring Equity in Computer Science: A Translanguaging Approach to Computing Education. PiLa-CS; New York University. http://hdl.handle.net/2451/61988

  18. Ince, S., Hoadley, C., Kirschner, P. A. (2020). Research workflow skills for education doctoral students and postdocs: A qualitative study. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 46(5). http://doi.org/10.1016/j.acalib.2020.102172

  19. Kali, Y., Baram-Tsabari, A., and Schejter, A. (Eds.). (2019). Learning in a Networked Society. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning series, Vol. 17. Hoadley, C., Van Aalst, J. & Janke, I. (Series Eds.) New York: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-14610-8 ISBN:978-3-030-14609-2

  20. Vogel, S., Hoadley, C., Ascenzi-Moreno, L., & Menken, K. (2019). The role of translanguaging in computational literacies: Documenting middle school bilinguals’ practices in computer science integrated units. In E. K. Hawthorne, M. A. Pérez-Quiñones, S. Heckman & J. Zhang (Eds.), SIGCSE ’19 Proceedings of the 50th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (pp. 1164-1170). Minneapolis: ACM. http://doi.org/10.1145/3287324.3287368

  21. Ince, S. F., Hoadley, C., & Kirschner, P. A. (2019). The role of libraries in teaching doctoral students to become information-literate researchers: A review of existing practices and recommendations. Journal of Information and Learning Science, 120(3-4), 158-172. http://doi.org/10.1108/ILS-07-2018-0058

  22. Ching, D., Santo, R., Hoadley, C. & Peppler, K., Eds. (2019) Brokering Youth Pathways: A toolkit for connecting youth to future opportunity. (47 pp.) New York: Hive Research Lab/Lulu. ISBN:9780359394043

  23. Hoadley, C. (2019). Preface. In Kali, Y., Baram-Tsabari, A., and Schejter, A. (Eds.), Learning in a Networked Society. p. v-vi. New York: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-14610-8 ISBN:978-3-030-14609-2

  24. Hoadley, C., & Kali, Y. (2019). Five waves of conceptualizing knowledge and learning for our future in a networked society. Chapter 1 (p. 1-21)In Y. Kali, A. Baram-Tsabary & A. Schejter (Eds.), Learning in a networked society. New York: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-14610-8_1 ISBN:978-3-030-14609-2

  25. Santo, R., Ching, D., Peppler, K., Hoadley, C., Levenson, E., White, G., et al. (2018). When is it safe enough? Considering diversity and equity when brokering pre-professional opportunities to youth of color. *Proceedings of the International Conference of the Learning Sciences** (pp. 1671-1672). London: International Society of the Learning Sciences.

  26. Favaro Ince, S., Hoadley, C., & Kirschner, P. A. (2018). A Study of Search Practices in Doctoral Student Scholarly Workflows. In CHIIR ’18 Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Human Information Interaction & Retrieval (pp. 245-248). New Brunswick NJ: ACM Press. http://doi.org/10.1145/3176349.3176877

  27. Hoadley, C. (2018). A short history of the Learning Sciences. In Fisher, F., Hmelo-Silver, C., Goldman, S., & Reimann, P. International Handbook of the Learning Sciences. New York: Routledge (pp. 11-23). ISBN:1138670596

  28. Hoadley, C., & Van Haneghan, J. P. (2018). The learning sciences: Where they came from and what it means for instructional designers. In R. A. Reiser & J. V. Dempsey (Eds.), Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology (Fourth edition ed., pp. 68-77). New York: Pearson. ISBN:0134235460

  29. Santo, R., Ching, D., Peppler, K., & Hoadley, C. (2017). Messy, sprawling, and open: Research-practice partnership methodologies for working in distributed inter-organizational networks. In B. Bevan & W. Penuel (Eds.), Connecting Research and Practice for Educational Improvement: Ethical and Equitable Approaches. New York: Taylor & Francis. http://doi.org/10.4324/9781315268309-7

  30. Santo, R., Ching, D., Peppler, K. & Hoadley, C. (2017). Participatory knowledge building within research-practice partnerships in education. SAGE Research Methods Case Study. New York: SAGE Publications. ISBN:978-1473998933, http://doi.org/10.4135/9781473998933

  31. Hoadley, C., DiSalvo, C., & Yip, J. (2017). Conversation: Viewing participatory design from the learning sciences and the field of design. In B. DiSalvo, J. Yip, E. Bonsignore & C. DiSalvo (Eds.), Participatory Design for Learning (pp. 28-43). New York: Routledge. http://doi.org/10.4324/9781315630830-5

  32. Hoadley, C. (2017). How participatory design has influenced the learning sciences. In B. DiSalvo, J. Yip, E. Bonsignore & C. DiSalvo (Eds.), Participatory Design for Learning (pp. 22-27). New York: Routledge. http://doi.org/10.4324/9781315630830-4

  33. Cress, U., Moskaliuk, J., & Jeong, H. (Eds.). (2016). Mass Collaboration and Education. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning series, Vol. 16. Hoadley, C. & Miyake, N. (Series Eds.) New York: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-13536-6

  34. Vacca, R., & Hoadley, C. (2016). Understanding the Experience of Situated Mindfulness Through a Mobile App That Prompts Self-reflection and Directs Non-reactivity. In M. Antona & C. Stephanidis (Eds.), HCI International 2016, International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction (pp. 394-405): Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-40250-5_38

  35. Vacca, R., & Hoadley, C. (2016). Self-reflecting and mindfulness: cultivating curiosity and decentering situated in everyday life. In A. Meschtscherjakov, B. De Ruyter, V. Fuchsberger, M. Murer & M. Tscheligi (Eds.), 11th International Conference on Persuasive Technology 2016 (pp. 87-98). Salzburg, Austria: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-31510-2_8

  36. Santo, R., Ching, D., Peppler, K.A. & Hoadley, C. (2016). Working in the open: Lessons from open source on building communities of educational innovation.  On the horizon, 24(3), 280-295. http://doi.org/10.1108/OTH-05-2016-0025

  37. Ching, D., Santo, R., Hoadley, C., & Peppler, K.A. (2016). Not just a blip in someone’s life: Integrating brokering practices into out-of-school programming as a means of supporting and expanding youth futures.  On the horizon, 24(3), 296-312. http://doi.org/10.1108/OTH-05-2016-0026

  38. Hoadley, C. (2016). Online pedagogy from the learning sciences perspective. In C. Haythornthwaite, R. Andrews, J. Fransman & E. M. Meyers (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of E-learning research (2nd ed., pp. 25-42). Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE. http://doi.org/10.4135/9781473955011.n2

  39. Santo, R., Peppler, K., Ching, D., & Hoadley, C. (2015). Maybe a maker space? How an out-of-school center engaged in expansive learning around maker education within the context of a regional educational network Proc. FabLearn 2015.

  40. Richard, G., & Hoadley, C. (2015). Learning resilience in the face of bias: online gaming, protective communities and interest-driven digital learning. In O. Lindwall, P. Hakkinen, T. Koschmann, P. Tchounikine & S. Ludvigsen (Eds.), Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 2015 (Vol. 1, pp. 451-458). Gothenburg, Sweden: ISLS. http://doi.org/10.22318/cscl2015.403

  41. Hoadley, C., & Favaro, S. (2015). Digital literacy in higher education. In J. M. Spector (Ed.), Encyclopedia of educational technology (Vol. 1, pp. 221-223). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. http://doi.org/10.4135/8781483346397.n97

  42. Honwad, S., Sypher, O. M., Hoadley, C., Lewis, A., Tamminga, K., & Honey, R. (2014). Education for sustainability and resilience in a changing climate. In J. L. Polman, E. A. Kyza, D. K. O’Neill, I. Tabak, W. R. Penuel, A. S. Jurow, K. O’Connor, T. Lee & L. D’Amico (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference of the Learning Sciences 2014 (Vol. 3, pp. 1466-1473). Boulder, CO: International Society of the Learning Sciences.

  43. Favaro, S., & Hoadley, C. (2014). The changing role of digital tools and academic libraries in scholarly workflows: A review. Nordic Journal of Information Literacy in Higher Education, 6(1), 6-22. http://doi.org/10.15845/noril.v6i1.174

  44. Suthers, D. D., Lund, K., Rosé, C. P., Teplovs, C., & Law, N. (Eds.). (2013). Productive Multivocality in the Analysis of Group Interactions. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning series, Vol. 15. Hoadley, C. & Miyake, N. (Series Eds.) New York: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-8960-3

  45. Goggins, S. P., Jahnke, I., & Wulf, V. (Eds.). (2013). Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning at the Workplace: CSCL@Work. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning series, Vol. 14. Hoadley, C. & Miyake, N. (Series Eds.) New York: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-1740-8

  46. Dennen, V. P., & Hoadley, C. (2013). The design of collaborative learning through computer support. In C. E. Hmelo-Silver, C. A. Chinn, C. Chan & A. M. O’Donnell (Eds.), International handbook of collaborative learning (pp. 389-402). New York: Routledge. http://doi.org/10.4324/9780203837290.ch22

  47. Richard, G., & Hoadley, C. (2013). Investigating a supportive online gaming community as a means of reducing stereotype threat vulnerability across gender. Proceedings of Games, Learning, and Society 9.0 (2013), Pittsburgh: ETC Press.

  48. Hoadley, C. (2012). What is a community of practice and how can we support it? In D. H. Jonassen & S. M. Land (Eds.), Theoretical foundations of learning environments (2nd ed., pp. 287-300). New York: Routledge. ISBN:978-0-415-89421-0

  49. Hoadley, C., & Fabian, C. (2012). Adolescent girls and technology: Supporting participatory engagement. In A. Minujin (Ed.), Adolescent Girls-Cornerstone of Society: Building Evidence and Policies for Inclusive Societies, 109-117. New York: The New School Press and UNICEF. ISBN:978-0-615-59028-8

  50. Puntambekar, S., Erkens, G., & Hmelo-Silver, C. (Eds.). (2011). Analyzing Interactions in CSCL. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning series, Vol. 12. Hoadley, C. & Miyake, N. (Series Eds.) New York: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-7710-6

  51. Lomas, D., Ching, D., Patel, K., Hoadley, C., & Kam, M. (2011). When a console game becomes CSCL: Play, participatory learning and 8-bit home computing in India. In N. Law (Ed.), Proceedings of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning 2011. Hong Kong: International Society of the Learning Sciences.

  52. Hoadley, C. & Van Haneghan, J. (2011). The Learning Sciences: Where they came from and what it means for instructional designers. In Reiser, R.A., & Dempsey, J.V. (Eds.) Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology (3rd ed., pp. 53-63). New York: Pearson. ISBN:9780132563581

  53. Hoadley, C., Honwad, S., & Tamminga, K. (2010). Technology-supported cross-cultural collaborative learning in the developing world. In P. Hinds, A.-M. Søderberg, R. Vatrapu, T. Ishida, M. Maznevski & G. M. Olson (Eds.), Third International Conference on Intercultural Collaboration (pp. 131-140). Copenhagen: Association for Computing Machinery. http://doi.org/10.1145/1841853.1841873

  54. Hoadley, C. (2010). Roles, design, and the nature of CSCL. Computers in Human Behaviour. 26, 551-555. E-published 23 Sept. 2009. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2009.08.012

  55. Hoadley, C., Xu, H., Lee, J. J., & Rosson, M. B. (2010). Privacy as information access and illusory control: the case of the facebook news feed privacy outcry. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, 9(1), 50-60. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.elerap.2009.05.001

  56. Stahl, G. (Ed.). (2009). Studying Virtual Math Teams. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning series, Vol. 11. Hoadley, C. & Miyake, N. (Series Eds.) New York: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-0228-3

  57. Dillenbourg, P., Huang, J., & Cherubini, M. (Eds.). (2009). Interactive Artifacts and Furniture Supporting Collaborative Work and Learning. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning series, Vol. 10. Hoadley, C. & Miyake, N. (Series Eds.) New York: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-77234-9

  58. Ke, F., & Hoadley, C. (2009). Evaluating online learning communities. Educational Technology Research and Development, 57(4), 487-510. http://doi.org/10.1007/s11423-009-9120-2

  59. Cox, C., Harrison, S. and Hoadley, C. (2009). Applying the “studio model” to learning technology design. In C. diGiano, M. Chorost, and S. Goldman (Eds.), Educating Learning Technology Designers, (pp. 145-164). New York: Routledge. ISBN:978-0805864717

  60. Hoadley, C. and Cox, C. (2009). What is design knowledge and how do we teach it? In C. diGiano, M. Chorost, and S. Goldman (Eds.), Educating Learning Technology Designers, (pp. 19-34). New York: Routledge. ISBN:0-8058-6471-7

  61. Hoadley, C. (2009). Social impacts of technologies for children: Keystone or invasive species? In A. Druin (Eds.), On the move: Mobile technology, children, and learning, (pp. 63-82). Burlington MA: Morgan Kaufmann/Elsevier. http://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-374900-0.00004-1

  62. Mertl, V., O’Mahony, T. K., Honwad, S., Tyson, K., Herrenkohl, L. R., & Hoadley, C. (2008). Analyzing collaborative contexts: Professional musicians, corporate engineers, and communities in the Himalayas. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences 2008, Utrecht, Netherlands.

  63. Ronen Fuhrmann, T., Kali, Y., & Hoadley, C. (2008). Helping education students understand learning through designing. Educational Technology, 48(2), 26-33. http://www.jstor.org/stable/44429559

  64. Lee, J. J., Gaydos, M., & Hoadley, C. (2008). Identities, Stereotypes, and Constructing Avatars for Success in Math. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences 2008, Utrecht, Netherlands. ISSN: 1573-4552

  65. Honwad, S., & Hoadley, C. (2008). Mapping the learning pathways and processes associated with the development of expertise and learner identities. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences 2008, Utrecht, Netherlands.

  66. Lee, J. J., & Hoadley, C. (2007). Leveraging Identity to Make Learning Fun: Possible Selves and Experiential Learning in Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs). Innovate, 3(6).

  67. Hoadley, C. (2007). Theories and methods from learning sciences for e-learning. In R. Andrews & C. Haythornthwaite (Eds.), Handbook of E-learning Research (pp. 139-156). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.  http://doi.org/10.4135/9781848607859.n6

  68. Penuel, W. R., Sussex, W., Korbak, C., & Hoadley, C. (2006). Investigating the potential of using social network analysis in education. American Journal of Evaluation, 27(4), 437-451. http://doi.org/10.1177/1098214006294307

  69. Enyedy, N. & Hoadley, C. (2006). From dialogue to monologue and back: Middle spaces in computer-mediated learning. International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, 1(4), 413-439. http://doi.org/10.1007/s11412-006-9000-2

  70. Lee, J. J., & Hoadley, C. (2006). Online identity as a leverage point for learning in massively multiplayer online games (MMORPGs). In Proceedings of the 6th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (pp. 761-763). Kerkrade, The Netherlands: IEEE Press. http://doi.org/10.1109/icalt.2006.1652553

  71. Lee, J. J., & Hoadley, C. (2006). “Ugly in a world where you can choose to be beautiful”: Teaching and learning about diversity via virtual worlds. In S. Barab, K. E. Hay & D. T. Hickey (Eds.), International Conference of the Learning Sciences (pp. 383-389). Bloomington, Indiana: International Society of the Learning Sciences. ISBN:0-8058-6174-2

  72. Lee, J. J., Hellar, D. B., & Hoadley, C. (2006). Gender, gaming, and IT careers. In E. M. Trauth (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology (pp. 687-692). Hershey, PA: Idea Group, Inc. http://doi.org/10.4018/9781591408154.ch106

  73. Smith, C. (2006). An incomplete picture. Chronicle of Higher Education, 52(38), C1-4. [Published under pseudonym.]

  74. Underwood, J., Hoadley, C., Stohl, H., Hollebrands, K., diGiano, C., & Renninger, K. A. (2005). IDEA: Identifying design principles in educational applets. Educational Technology Research and Development, 53(2), 99-112. http://doi.org/10.1007/BF02504868

  75. Ravitz, J., & Hoadley, C. (2005). Supporting change and scholarship through systematic review of online educational resources in professional development settings. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36(6), 957-974. http://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-8535.2005.00567.x

  76. Halm, M., Farooq, U., & Hoadley, C. (2005). Collaboration in learning design using peer-to-peer technologies. In R. Koper & C. Tattersall (Eds.), Learning design: A handbook on modelling and delivering networked education and training (pp. 203-214). New York: Springer. http://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-27360-3_11

  77. Kirby, J., Hoadley, C., & Carr-Chellman, A. (2005). Instructional systems design and the learning sciences: A citation analysis. Educational Technology Research and Development (Research section), 53(1). http://doi.org/10.1007/BF02504856

  78. Kilner, P. G., & Hoadley, C. (2005). Anonymity options and professional participation in an online community of practice. In T. Koschmann & D. D. Suthers (Eds.), Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) 2005 (pp. 272-280). Taipei, Taiwan: International Society of the Learning Sciences. http://doi.org/10.3115/1149293.1149328

  79. Hoadley, C. (2005). To learn is to know: Teaching, communities, social capital, and knowledge management technologies. In Proceedings of Human-Computer Interaction International, Volume 10: Internationalization, Online Communities, and Social Computing. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [CD-ROM] 10pp. ISBN:0-8058-5807-5

  80. Hoadley, C. (2005). The shape of the elephant: Scope and membership of the CSCL community. In T. Koschmann & D. D. Suthers (Eds.), Computer-supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) 2005 (pp. 205-210). Taipei, Taiwan: International Society of the Learning Sciences. ISBN:0-8058-5782-6

  81. Hoadley, C. (2005). Design-based research methods and theory building: A case study of research with SpeakEasy. Educational Technology, 45(1), 42-47. http://www.jstor.org/stable/44429188

  82. Hoadley, C. (2005, Sept.). Number theories (Letter to the Editor). Technology Review. https://www.technologyreview.com/s/404624/alumni-letters/

  83. Hoadley, C., & Kilner, P. G. (2005). Using technology to transform communities of practice into knowledge-building communities. SIGGROUP Bulletin, 25(1), 31-40. http://doi.org/10.1145/1067699.1067705

  84. Carr-Chellman, A. A., & Hoadley, C. (2004). Conclusion: Looking back and looking forward. Educational Technology, 44(3), 57-59. http://www.jstor.org/stable/44428912

  85. Carr-Chellman, A. A., & Hoadley, C. (2004) Introduction to special issue: Instructional systems design and the learning sciences. Educational Technology, 44(3), 5-6. http://www.jstor.org/stable/44428912

  86. Carr-Chellman, A. A. and Hoadley, C. M. (Eds.) (2004). Learning sciences and instructional systems: Beginning the dialogue [Special issue]. Educational Technology 44(3). http://www.jstor.org/stable/i40186146

  87. Bell, P.L., Hoadley, C. and Linn, M.C. (2004) Design-based research as educational inquiry. In Linn, M.C., Davis, E.A. and Bell, P.L. (Eds.), Internet Environments for Science Education, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ, 73-88. ISBN:0-8058-4302-7

  88. Ke, F. and Hoadley, C. (2004). How to evaluate online communities: A review of the literature. In Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference 2004, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, Atlanta, GA, 2004, p. 2905-2912. ISBN:978-1-880094-52-5

  89. Hoadley, C. (2004). Methodological alignment in design-based research. Educational Psychologist, 39(4), 203-212. http://doi.org/10.1207/s15326985ep3904_2

  90. Hoadley, C. (2004). Learning and design: Why the learning sciences and instructional systems need each other. Educational Technology, 44(3), 6-12. http://www.jstor.org/stable/44428899

  91. Hoadley, C. (2004). Fostering collaboration offline and online: Learning from each other. In M. C. Linn, E. A. Davis & P. L. Bell (Eds.), Internet Environments for Science Education. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 145-174. ISBN:0-8058-4302-7

  92. Hoadley, C., & Kirby, J. (2004). Socially relevant representations in interfaces for learning. In Y. B. Kafai, W. A. Sandoval, N. Enyedy, A. Scott Nixon & F. Herrera (Eds.), International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2004 (pp. 262-269). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  93. Design-Based Research Collective. (2003). Design-based research: An emerging paradigm for educational inquiry. Educational Researcher 31(1), pp. 5-8. [Group leader and lead author]. http://doi.org/10.3102/0013189x032001005

  94. Hoadley, C. (2003). For personal service, push 1 now [Letter to the editor]. Wired, 12.2 https://www.wired.com/2003/02/rants-38-raves-4/

  95. Hoadley, C., & Kim, D. E. (2003). Learning, Design, and Technology: Creation of a design studio for educational innovation. In A. Palma dos Reis & P. Isaís (Eds.), Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference e-Society 2003 (pp. 510-519). Lisbon, Portugal: International Association for the Development of the Information Society IADIS. ISBN:972-98947-0-1

  96. Hoadley, C. (2002). Creating context: Design-based research in creating and understanding CSCL. In G. Stahl (Ed.), Computer Support for Collaborative Learning 2002 (pp. 453-462). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. http://doi.org/10.3115/1658616.1658679

  97. Hoadley, C. M., & Pea, R. D. (2002). Finding the ties that bind: Tools in support of a knowledge-building community. In K. A. Renninger & W. Shumar (Eds.), Building virtual communities: Learning and change in cyberspace (pp. 321-354). New York: Cambridge University Press. http://doi.org/10.1017/cbo9780511606373.017

  98. Roschelle, J. R., Pea, R. D., Hoadley, C. M., Means, B. and Gordin, D. (2000) Changing how and what children learn in school with computer-based technologies. The future of children, special issue on Children and Computer Technology. 10(3). Los Altos, CA: Packard Foundation. http://doi.org/10.2307/1602690

  99. Hoadley, C. M. and Linn, M. C. (2000). Teaching science through on-line, peer discussions: SpeakEasy in the Knowledge Integration Environment. International Journal of Science Education 22(8), 839-858. http://doi.org/10.1080/095006900412301

  100. Hoadley, C. (1999). Collaborative infrastructure and very low threshold interfaces: The CILT Knowledge Network. In M. Caenepeel, D. Benyon & D. Smith (Eds.), i3 Annual Conference Proceedings (pp. 41-43). Siena, Italy: i3net.

  101. Hoadley, C. M. and Roschelle, J., Eds. (1999). CSCL ’99: Proceedings of Computer Support for Collaborative Learning 1999. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. http://doi.org/10.3115/1150240

  102. Hoadley, C. M. and Enyedy, N. (1999). Between Information and Collaboration: Middle Spaces in Computer Media for Learning. In C. M. Hoadley and J. Roschelle (Eds.), CSCL ’99: Proceedings of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning 1999, p. 242-251. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

  103. Hoadley, C. M. (1998). Shaping social interactions for knowledge integration through technology. In B. K. Nichols, A. C. Kemp and D. Jackson (Eds.) NARST Annual Meeting (pp. 166). San Diego, California: National Association for Research in Science Teaching.

  104. Hoadley, C. M. (1998). Scaffolding scientific discussion using socially relevant representations in networked multimedia. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA. ISBN10:0-599-31480-X ISBN13: 978-0-599-31480-1 [UMI:9931263] (https://search.proquest.com/docview/304497922)

  105. Hsi, S. and Hoadley, C. M. (1997). Productive discussion in science; gender equity through electronic discourse. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 11(1). http://doi.org/10.1023/a:1022564817713

  106. Hoadley, C. M., Fishman, B., Harasim, L., Hsi, S., Levin, J., Pea, R., Scardamalia, M., and Linn, M. C. (1997). Collaboration, communication, and computers: what do we think we know about networks and learning? Panel presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, April, 1997.

  107. Hoadley, C. M. (1997). Design activities for learning science: experiences and strategies. Paper presented at the Georgia Tech Design Education Workshop, Atlanta, GA, Sept. 8-9. Archived version of http://www.cc.gatech.edu/edutech/dew/papers/hoadley.html dated Dec. 3, 1998 available at the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.

  108. Ranney, M., Schank, P., Hoadley, C., & Neff, J. (1996). “I know one when I see one”: How (much) do hypotheses differ from evidence? In R. Fidel, B.H. Kwasnik, C. Beghtol, & P.J. Smith (Eds.) Advances in classification research: Vol. 5. (ASIS Monograph Series; pp. 141-158, etc.) Medford, NJ: Learned Information. [An earlier version appeared in the (October, 1994) Proceedings of the Fifth American Society for Information Science SIG/CR Workshop on Classification Research (pp. 139-156).]

  109. Hoadley, C. M., Linn, M. C., Mann, L. M. and Clancy, M. J. (1996). When and why do novice programmers reuse code? In Gray, W. and Boehm-Davis, D. (Eds.) Empirical Studies of Programmers, Sixth Workshop (pp. 109-130). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Company.     ISBN:1-56750-262-8

  110. Hoadley, C. M. and Bell, P. L. (1996). Web for your head: the design of digital resources to enhance lifelong learning. D-Lib Magazine, September, 1996. http://doi.org/10.1045/september96-hoadley

  111. Hsi, S., Hoadley, C. M. and Linn, M.C. (1995). Lessons for the future of electronic collaboration from the Multimedia Forum Kiosk. Speculations in Science and Technology, 18(4), 265-277.

  112. Hoadley, C. (1995). Functional abstraction, beliefs, and code reuse: a study of novice programmers.  Master’s thesis, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.

  113. Hoadley, C. M., Hsi, S. and Berman, B. P. (1995). The Multimedia Forum Kiosk and SpeakEasy. In Proceedings of ACM Multimedia ’95 (363-364). New York, NY: ACM Press. http://doi.org/10.1145/217279.215293

  114. Hoadley, C. M., Hsi, S., and Berman, B. P. (1995). Networked multimedia for communication and collaboration. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, California, April, 1995. (Available from ERIC)

  115. Schank, P., Ranney, M., & Hoadley, C. (1994). Convince Me! College Park, MD, University of Maryland Academic Software Development Group, for the BioQUEST Library.

  116. Schank, P., Ranney, M., Hoadley, C., Diehl, C. and Neff, J. (1994). A Reasoner’s Workbench for Improving Scientific Thinking: Assessing Convince Me. In G.H. Marks (Ed.), Proceedings of the 1994 International Symposium on Mathematics/Science Education and Technology (p. 237), Charlottesville, VA: AACE.

  117. Ranney, M., Schank, P., Hoadley, C., & Neff, J. (1994). “I know one when I see one”: How much do hypotheses differ from evidence? Proceedings of the Fifth Annual American Society for Information Science Workshop on Classification Research. pp. 139-156. http://doi.org/10.7152/acro.v5i1.13783

  118. Hsi, S. and Hoadley, C.M. (1994). An interactive multimedia kiosk as a tool for collaborative discourse, reflection and assessment.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans. https://www.learntechlib.org/p/77754/ (Available from ERIC)

  119. Hoadley, C. M. and Hsi, S. (1994). Two perspectives on Using Multimedia in Education – Multimedia: A Chance for Change. The CPSR Newsletter, Volume 12, No. 2, p.10-13. Palo Alto, CA: Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility.

  120. Hoadley, C. M., Ranney, M. and Schank, P. K. (1994). WanderECHO: a connectionist simulation of limited coherence in human reasoning. In Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 421-426). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates. 

  121. Hoadley, C., & Hsi, S. (1993). A multimedia interface for knowledge building and collaborative learning. In Adjunct proceedings of the International Computer Human Interaction Conference (InterCHI) ’93 (pp. 103-104). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: ACM Press. http://doi.org/10.1145/259964.260130

  122. Hoadley, C. M. (1993). What is Cognitive Science?: a Primer for the uninitiated. Educator. Spring, 1993, 7(1), 4-9 Berkeley, CA: University of California.

  123. Hoadley, C.M. (1991). Can seventh graders manipulate scientific theories?  Unpublished bachelor’s thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


Presentations

  1. Vogel, S. and Hoadley, C. (2021). Building on Bi/Multilingual Language Practices, invited presentation at the 2021 Computer Science Teachers Association Conference (Virtual).

  2. Vogel, S., Hoadley, C., Ascenzi-Moreno, L., & Ma, J. Y. (2021, April 1). Participating in Literacies and Computer Science: Building on Bi/Multilingual Learners’ Language Practices to Start Meaningful Conversations in CS. Computer Science for Multilingual Students AERA Research Conference, Virtual Conference. https://www.elementarycomputingforall.org/aera-research-conference.html

  3. Vogel, S., Radke, S., Hoadley, C., Ascenzi-Moreno, L., & Ynoa, M. R. (2021). Remixing Literacies: Supporting Syncretic Computational Literacies Through Translanguaging Designs and Enactment. In symposium Translanguaging and Disciplinary Literacies. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting 2021, Virtual. https://tinyurl.com/y5mvq5ay

  4. James, S., Su, R., Palacios, O., Silfa, K., Hoadley, C., & Vogel, S. (2021). Defining the Epicenter: Teaching Bilingual Students to Center Themselves While Learning Data Science in the Pandemic. In Session: [Showcases] Centering CS Education on Culture and Creativity. Connected Learning Summit, Virtual Conference. https://s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/production-main-contentbucket52d4b12c-1x4mwd6yn8qjn/af19ed79-aa83-4d9d-be14-8aab986c2b17.pdf

  5. Uttamchandani, S., Shrodes, A., Lizarraga, J., Cortez, A., Paré, D., Shanahan, M., Sengupta, P., Bang, M., & Hoadley, C. (2020). Attending to Gender and Sexuality in Learning: Lessons From Scholarship By, For, and With LGBTQ+ People. In Gresalfi, M. and Horn, I. S. (Eds.), The Interdisciplinarity of the Learning Sciences, 14th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2020, Volume 1 (pp. 358-365). Nashville, Tennessee: International Society of the Learning Sciences. [Session discussant; conference cancelled]. https://repository.isls.org//handle/1/6659

  6. Vogel, S., Ascenzi-Moreno, L., Hoadley, C., Radke, S. C. & Ynoa, M. R. (2020, Apr 17 - 21) Journeys to School: Sustaining Conversations in Social Studies and Computer Science Education Through Translanguaging Pedagogy [Structured Poster Session]. AERA Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA http://tinyurl.com/yy4lcyxe (Conference Canceled)

  7. Vogel, S., Radke, S. C., Hoadley, C., Ascenzi-Moreno, L. & Ynoa, M. R. (2020, Apr 17 - 21) Remixing Literacies: Supporting Syncretic Computational Literacies Through Translanguaging Designs and Enactment [Symposium]. AERA Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA http://tinyurl.com/vsw7x9b (Conference Canceled)

  8. Vogel, S., Ascenzi-Moreno, L., Hoadley, C., Menken, K. (2019, April). Pushing the Boundaries of Translanguaging: Documenting Bilinguals’ Practices in Computer Science. To be presented in paper session Translanguaging Embodied: Students’ Expanded Translanguaging Practices Across Contexts at the 2019 Annual Meeting of AERA, Toronto, Canada.

  9. Vogel, S., Hoadley, C., Ascenzi-Moreno, L., Menken, K. (2019, April). “Cómo tú le pones pa’tras?” Computer Science Learning and Translanguaging in a Spanish-Medium Science Classroom. To be presented in structured poster session Multimodal STEM Learning with Emerging Bilingual Students at the 2019 Annual Meeting of AERA, Toronto, Canada.

  10. Vogel, S., Hoadley, C., Ascenzi-Moreno, L., & Menken, K. (2019, Feb). The Role of Translanguaging in Computational Literacies. Full paper presented at the 2019 SIGCSE (Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education) Technical Symposium. Minneapolis, MN.

  11. Hoadley, C., Vogel, S., Ascenzi-Moreno, L., Menken, K. (2019, April). Translanguaging as a Frame for More Equitable Computer Science Learning. To be presented in structured poster session CS for All: An Intersectional Approach to Unpacking Equity in Computer Science Education at the 2019 Annual Meeting of AERA, Toronto, Canada.

  12. Hoadley, C. (2019, May 6). (How much) Can we reasonably expect research to improve teaching and learning?, invited keynote address presented at CREATE for STEM 2019, Michigan State University, East Lansing.

  13. Santo, R., Ching, D., Penuel, W. R., Pinkard, N., Van Horne, K., Sumner, T., Gendreau, A., Peppler, K., Hoadley, C. (2018,April 15). Designing for and studying cross-setting ecosystems of learning, Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York.

  14. Santo, R., Ching, D., Peppler, K., Hoadley, C., Levenson, E., White, G., et al. (2018). When is it safe enough? Considering diversity and equity when brokering pre-professional opportunities to youth of color. Poster presented at International Conference of the Learning Sciences 2018, London.

  15. Favaro Ince, S., Hoadley, C., & Kirschner, P. A. (2018). A Study of Search Practices in Doctoral Student Scholarly Workflows. Paper presented at CHIIR ’18, 2018 Conference on Human Information Interaction & Retrieval, New Brunswick NJ.

  16. Hoadley, C., & Vogel, S. (2018,Feb 21). Participating in literacies in computer science: Our partnership, Plenary panel session on Research-Practice Partnerships presented at RESPECT 2018: Third annual conference for research on equity and sustained participation in computing, engineering, and technology, Baltimore, MD. Retrieved from http://respect2018.stcbp.org/

  17. Hoadley, C. (2018,Feb 20). A brief history of society-technology-learning relationships: Towards an eudaimonic agenda for learning in a networked society, Invited keynote address presented at the Annual Meeting of the Learning in a Networked Society (LINKS) Centre of Research Excellence, Zichron Yaakov, Israel.

  18. Hoadley, C., & Vogel, S. (2018,Mar 13). Participating in literacies in computer science: RPP strategies, Invited plenary presentation on Research-Practice Partnerships presented at NSF CS for All Principal Investigators’ Meeting, Alexandria.

  19. Hoadley, C., & Vogel, S. (2018,Feb 21). Participating in literacies in computer science: Our partnership, Invited plenary panel session on Research-Practice Partnerships presented at  RESPECT 2018: Third annual conference for research on equity and sustained participation in computing, engineering, and technology, Baltimore. http://respect2018.stcbp.org/

  20. Antonenko, P., Russell, R., Ruffin, M., & Hoadley, C. (2017). Instructional Technology SIG Conversation with NSF Program Directors, Invited presentation presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Antonio.

  21. Santo, R., Ching, D., Peppler, K. A., & Hoadley, C. (2017). Going Further Together: A Framework for Innovation-Focused Collaborations in Informal Learning Organizations, Conference Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, Texas.

  22. Ching, D., Santo, R., Davis, L. A., Hoadley, C., & Peppler, K. A. (2017). Enacting Research-Practice Partnerships within Decentralized Organizational Networks: A Case Study of Hive Research Lab and Hive NYC Learning Network, Poster/Structured Poster Session presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, Texas.

  23. Ching, D., Santo, R., Hoadley, C., & Peppler, K. A. (2017). Youth Signaling as a Means of Generating Social Support around Interest-Driven Learning with Technology, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, Texas.

  24. Hoadley, C. (2017,November). Digitally enabled communities for learning: Helping people learn with and about technology, Invited talk presented at UNC School of Education, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

  25. Hoadley, C. (2017). Designing and Assessing Learning in Digital Environments, Session Discussant at the American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, Texas.

  26. Hoadley, C. (2017). CS4All, But Why?, Session Discussant at the American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, Texas.

  27. Hoadley, C. (2017,1 June). Design-based research methods and STEM education R&D, Invited Keynote presented at National Institutes of Health SciEd 2017 Conference, Washington DC. Retrieved from http://www.scied.info

  28. Santo, R., Peppler, K., Ching, D., & Hoadley, C. (2016). “A citywide laboratory”: Scaling digital learning through interorganizational collaboration in the Hive NYC learning network, Symposium paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.

  29. Santo, R., Peppler, K., Ching, D., & Hoadley, C. (2016). Maybe a maker space? How an out-of-school center engaged in organizational learning around maker education, Roundtable session presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.

  30. Santo, R., Ching, D., Peppler, K., & Hoadley, C. (2016). Collaborative knowledge production as ends and means of promoting equity in a network-based research-practice partnership, Poster/structured poster session presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.

  31. Ching, D., Santo, R., Hoadley, C., & Peppler, K. (2016). Brokering learning opportunities within an out-of-school network: A conceptual model for supporting youth interest-driven learning, Poster/structured poster session presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC.

  32. Hoadley, C. (2016). Cyberlearning and educational technology: Current R&D, future trends, and how educational institutions will need to change, Invited talk presented at Provost’s Commission on Creating the Next in Education Talk Series, Georgia Tech, Atlanta. Retrieved from http://www.provost.gatech.edu/commission-creating-next-education-speaker-series

  33. Hoadley, C. (2016). Research-practice partnerships: R&D in and with informal learning organizations, Presentation and panel at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences, Singapore.

  34. Hoadley, C. (2016,23 February). How design influenced the learning sciences, Invited talk presented at Segal Design Institute Seminar Series, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. Retrieved from http://segal.northwestern.edu/news-events/events/2016/Chris-Hoadley-Segal-Seminar.html#.WCCQA3c-IUE

  35. Hoadley, C. (2016,5 Sept.). Emerging trajectories in learning in a networked society, Invited keynote presented at 4th Annual Meeting of the Learning in a Networked Society (LINKS) Centre of Research Excellence, Technion, Haifa, Israel.

  36. Santo, R., Ching, D., Peppler, K., Hoadley, C., & Gilliam, L. (2015,June). Networks for Learning and Networks that Learn: Findings from Hive Research Lab, presented at the Digital Media and Learning Conference, Los Angeles CA.

  37. Ching, D., Santo, R., Peppler, K., & Hoadley, C. (2015). Affordances of social learning ecology maps for examining the importance of social support in the pursuit of digital media making activities, Paper in Structured Poster Session “New Tools, New Voices: Innovations in Understanding and Analyzing Life-Wide Ecologices for Youth Interest-Driven Learning” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

  38. Ching, D., Santo, R., Bar-Zemer, T., Forsyth, J., & Hoadley, C. (2015). From half-pipe to full-fillment: Leveraging interest-driven identities as a strategy for technology learning, Paper in Symposium “Learning as transformation: Examining how youth author new learning pathways/ecologies in science, engineering, and technology” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

  39. Ching, D., Santo, R., Hoadley, C., & Peppler, K. (2015). Mapping the Social Learning Ecology of Support Around Adolescent Youth’s Interest-Driven Pursuits, Poster in session “New tools, new voices: Innovations in understanding and analyzing life-wide ecologies for youth interest-driven learning” presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

  40. Hoadley, C. (2015,11 June). Grand Challenges in Technology Enhanced Learning, Presidential Session (invited presentation as discussant) presented at Computer Supported Collaborative Learning 2015, Gothenburg, Sweden.

  41. Hoadley, C. (2015,Nov. 5). Learning on the Go, Invited panel presentation presented at Language Flagship Technology Innovation Center Inaugural Symposium, Honolulu. Retrieved from http://lftic.lll.hawaii.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/LFTIC-symposium01-program-2.pdf

  42. Hoadley, C. (2015,16 December). Mapping educational research communities: bibliometrics and lived experience in the learning sciences, Invited talk presented at EducMap: Pour une cartographie dynamique des recherches en éducation, Université de Lyon, Lyon, France. Retrieved from http://ife.ens-lyon.fr/ife/recherche/groupes-de-travail/educmap

  43. Honwad, S., Sypher, O. M., Hoadley, C., Lewis, A., Tamminga, K., & Honey, R. (2014). Education for Sustainability and Resilience in a Changing Climate, presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences, Boulder, CO.

  44. Honwad, S., Mangen, D. O., Hoadley, C., Tamminga, K., Honey, R., & Lewis, A. (2014). Learning to Adapt and Build Resilience in the Face of a Changing Climate, presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences, Boulder.

  45. Ching, D., Santo, R., Hoadley, C., & Peppler, K. (2014,4 April). Codesigning Opportunity: Researching and Creating Youth Pathways in a Regional Learning Network, Paper presentation presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia.

  46. Hoadley, C. (2014,Oct. 25). Some observations on being relevant, Invited plenary presented at Advances in Educational Psychology Conference (AEPC) 2014, Washington, DC.

  47. Hoadley, C. (2014,Nov 11). NSF Grant Opportunities and Trends in Cyberlearning and Educational Technology, Presidential Invited Address presented at Association of Educational Communications and Technology Annual Convention, Jacksonville, Florida.

  48. Hoadley, C. (2014,10 December). Research-practice partnerships and organizational change, Invited presentation presented at Intermedia talk series, University of Oslo.

  49. Hoadley, C. (2014,7 April). Indigenous Design of Appropriate Hardware Platforms for Learning in Nepal, Roundtable presentation presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia.

  50. Hoadley, C., & Lucas, M. (2014,6 April). Designing Academic Technology-Rich Spaces to Facilitate Cross-Departmental Interactions, Paper presentation presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia.

  51. Richard, G., & Hoadley, C. (2013, June 12-14). Investigating a Supportive Online Gaming Community as a Means of Reducing Stereotype Threat Vulnerability Across Gender, Paper presented at the Games, Learning, and Society 9.0 Conference (2013), Madison.

  52. Hoadley, C. (2013). Using the Framing of Learning and Knowledge-Building Communities as a Means to Understand Scholarly Contribution, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S). San Diego.

  53. Hoadley, C. (2013). The Death of Content: Why Universities and Schools are (and aren’t) being replaced by the Internet, Invited keynote presented at Emerging Learning Design 2013, Montclair, NJ.

  54. Hoadley, C. (2013). LX Design: Evidence Based Learning Solutions, Panel presentation at SXSWEdu, Austin.

  55. Hoadley, C. (2013,15 Mar). Civic participation as hacking in South Asia, Panel presentation at Digital Media and Learning (DML) 2013, Chicago.

  56. Favaro, S., & Hoadley, C. (2012,1 Oct.). Designing tools for the 21st century workflow of research and how it changes what libraries must do, presented at Emerging Technology in Academic Libraries, Trondheim, Norway. http://emtacl.com/submitted-abstracts/#Sharon

  57. Hoadley, C. (2012). Technology for learning across cultures, Invited plenary presented at the Teaching with Technology symposium, New York University, New York.

  58. Hoadley, C. (2012). Appropriate technology for learning: Not how, but why and for what end? Invited plenary presented at What education for the future?: Beyond 2015, Rethinking learning in a changing world—UNESCO Regional High-Level Expert Meeting, Bangkok, Thailand.

  59. Tschakert, P., Asiamah, E., Asiedu, A., Biermann, M., Crane, R., Dietrich, K., Hoadley, C., Kejo, J., Liwenga, E., Modoc, A., Prins, E., Schaffer, J., Tamminga, K., Umar, N. (2011). From Vulnerable Victims to Active Agents: Anticipatory Learning for Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience, Paper presented at Resilience 2011: Resilience, Innovation, and Sustainability: Navigating the Complexities of Global Change, Tempe, Arizona. http://csid.asu.edu/resilience

  60. Tamminga, K., Shaffer, L. J., Asiama, E., Asiedu, A., Biermann, M., Crane, R., Dietrich, K., Hoadley, C., Kejo, J., Liwenga, E., Modoc, A., Prins, E., Schaffer, J., Tamminga, K., Umar, N. (2011). Grounded: Walking journeys and environmental monitoring as portals to anticipatory learning and resilience from and within the working landscape, Paper presented at Resilience 2011: Resilience, Innovation, and Sustainability: Navigating the Complexities of Global Change, Tempe, Arizona. http://csid.asu.edu/resilience

  61. Prins, E., Hoadley, C., Asiamah, E., Asiedu, A., Biermann, M., Crane, R., Dietrich, K., Kejo, J., Liwenga, E., Modoc, A., Prins, E., Schaffer, J., Tamminga, K., Umar, N. (2011). Learning to adapt: How innovation, environmental information sharing, and social networks vary in rural Ghana and Tanzania, Paper presented at Resilience 2011: Resilience, Innovation, and Sustainability: Navigating the Complexities of Global Change, Tempe, Arizona. http://csid.asu.edu/resilience

  62. Lomas, D., Kam, M., Ching, D., & Hoadley, C. (2011, July). When a console game becomes CSCL: Play, participatory learning and 8-bit home computing in India, Paper presented at the Computer Supported Collaborative Learning 2011 Conference, Hong Kong.

  63. Hoadley, C. (2011). International considerations, Invited paper presentation at the Tech@State Serious Games Conference: Connecting Technology with Opportunity to Aid U.S. Diplomacy and Development, Washington, D.C. http://tech.state.gov/profiles/blogs/serious-games-content-and

  64. Hoadley, C. (2011). What Educational Technology Can Teach You: How to Build Knowledge in the Networked Age, Keynote address presented at the Palconnect: The First Palestinian Social Media Conference, Ramallah, West Bank. http://palconnect.ps

  65. Hoadley, C. (2011). The lifecycle of knowledge as seen from the learning sciences. Invited talk presented at the ReX2: The Re:Enlightenment Exchange, British Museum, University of London, and the Royal Society for the Arts, London, UK.

  66. Hoadley, C. (2011). Opportunities and challenges for International Development Using ICTs in Education. Invited talk presented at the 1st Annual CTED Conference: Enhancing Economic Development Through Technology, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. http://cted.nyu.edu/ctedconf.html

  67. Hoadley, C. (2011). Indigenous technology design and its challenges. Invited talk presented at the Berkman Luncheon Series, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/events/luncheon/2011/09/hoadley

  68. Hoadley, C. (2011). Educational technology in development: a view from the trenches, Invited talk presented at the Social Media Talk Series, Microsoft Research, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

  69. Hoadley, C. (2011). Designing technology for human flourishing: Research in the dolcelab, Invited talk presented at the Brown bag talk series, Center for Children and Technology, Education Development Corporation, New York.

  70. Hoadley, C. (2011, April). Design, research, and design-based research methods: How can we improve and study how people live and learn with their technology? Invited talk presented at UMass Dartmouth Kaput Center for Research and Innovation in STEM Education.

  71. Tamminga, K. R., Honwad, S., & Hoadley, C. (2010). Technology-supported cross-cultural collaborative learning in the developing world, Paper presented at the International Conference on Intercultural Collaboration, Copenhagen.

  72. Hoadley, C. (2010). What are we designing for anyhow? Unpacking the goals of learning design. Invited talk, Instructional Systems Program talk series, Florida State University, Tallahassee.

  73. Hoadley, C. (2010). Subtle and strong ways ICTs can change girls’ lives. Invited address presented at the UNICEF International Conference on Adolescent Girls: Cornerstone of Society—Building Evidence and Policies for Inclusive Societies, New York.

  74. Hoadley, C. (2010). Improving education with technology: What does and doesn’t matter. Keynote address presented at the Teaching with Technology Conference, NYU, New York.

  75. Hoadley, C. (2010). ICT and education. Invited talk presented at the Workshop on ICT and African Development: Challenges and Opportunities, NYU, New York.

  76. Hoadley, C. (2010). Emerging practices in learning media. Paper presented as an invited guest lecture in Knowledge Media Design Institute colloquium series, University of Toronto.

  77. Hoadley, C. (2010). Computer-supported learning in developing countries. Invited talk presented at the CITE Invited Talk Series, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong.

  78. Hoadley, C. (2009). Why environmental impact is a knowledge management problem. Paper presented at the International Seminar on Contemporary Issues in Environmental Management, Department of Business Management, Calcutta University, Kolkata, India.

  79. Hoadley, C. (2009). Towards a technology community in the learning sciences. Discussant for panel presented at the Computer Supported Collaborative Learning 2009 Conference, Rhodes, Greece..

  80. Hoadley, C. (2009). Technology, education, and sustainability. Paper presented at the South Asia Regional Fulbright Conference, Kolkata, India. USIEF (US-India Educational Foundation.)

  81. Hoadley, C. (2009). Technology for environmental education and development: The problem of making ICT local. Invited talk at Microsoft Research, Bengaluru (Bangalore), India.

  82. Lee, J. J., Hoadley, C., Xu, H., & Rosson, M. B. (2008). How to Anger Internet Users by Sharing Information They’ve Already Published: Privacy and the Facebook Controversy. Paper presented at the 2008 IST Graduate Symposium on Creativity and Innovation: The Future of Information, Technology and the Enterprise.

  83. Hoadley, C. (2008). IST in the Developing World. Paper presented at the 2008 IST Graduate Symposium on Creativity and Innovation, Penn State University, University Park, PA.

  84. Hoadley, C. (2008). Children’s digital ecology: Is your intervention a keystone or invasive species? Paper presented at the Children’s Mobile Technology Workshop, University of Maryland, College Park MD.

  85. Hoadley, C., Lee, J. J., & Sockman, B. R. (2008). Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Educational Technology Design Teams: A Cross-Case Analysis Using the TACIT Framework, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

  86. Ronen Fuhrmann, T., Kali, Y., & Hoadley, C. (2007). Engaging graduate students in design as a means of enhancing their epistemological understanding of learning, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

  87. Hoadley, C., Honwad, S., & Tamminga, K. R. (2007). Designing Appropriate Collaborative Learning Technologies for the Developing World, Paper presented at the Open Education (OpenEd) 2007 Conference.

  88. Hoadley, C. (2007). The life cycle of knowledge and knowing in communities. Paper presented at the Communities Managing Knowledge: 2nd Annual Graduate Symposium, College of IST, Penn State University.

  89. Hoadley, C. (2007). The future of CSCL and ISLS, Invited panel presentation at the Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 2007 Conference, New Brunswick, NJ.

  90. Hoadley, C. (2007). Investigating the potential of using social network analysis in education. Invited address presented at the Annual Eastern Evaluation Research Society Conference, Absecon, NJ.

  91. Hoadley, C., Honwad, S., & Tamminga, K. R. (2007). Using Technology to Elicit Biographies in Himalayan Villages, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

  92. Dennen, V., Hill, J., Hoadley, C., Paulus, T., & Wiley, D. (2006). Research on online learning: Moving beyond counting and case studies. Panel presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.

  93. Lee, J. J., & Hoadley, C. (2006). “Ugly in a world where you can choose to be beautiful”: Teaching and learning about diversity via virtual worlds, Paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences, Bloomington, IN.

  94. Galbraith, J., & Hoadley, C. (2006). School-wide initiatives: A social capital view. Paper presented at the PETE&C 2006 (Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo and Conference), Hershey, PA.

  95. Hoadley, C. (2006). Pursuing eudaimonia with technology: Cross-cultural education for sustainability in the Himalayas. Paper presented at the UC Berkeley EMST/SESAME Colloquium Series, Berkeley, CA.

  96. Hoadley, C. (2006). Emerging methods: Design-based research in instructional technology, Paper presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.

  97. diGiano, C., Chorost, M., & Hoadley, C. (2005, February). Training New Designers across the Learning-Engagement Continuum. Paper presented at the Engineering and Computing Education Grantee Meeting 2005, Washington, DC.

  98. Kilner, P. G., & Hoadley, C. (2005). Anonymity options and professional participation in an online community of practice, Paper presented at Computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) 2005, Taipei, Taiwan.

  99. Hoadley, C. (2005). To learn is to know: Teaching, communities, social capital, and knowledge management technologies, Paper presented at the First International Conference on Online Communities and Social Computing [In conjunction with HCI International 2005], Las Vegas.

  100. Hoadley, C. (2005). The shape of the elephant: Scope and membership of the CSCL community, Plenary session presented at Computer-supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) 2005. Taipei, Taiwan.

  101. Hoadley, C. (2005). Research collaborations and knowledge networking classrooms, Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

  102. Hoadley, C. (2005). Design-based research and design experiments: Towards usable knowledge in instructional design. Invited address presented at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) 2005 Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus.

  103. Hoadley, C. (2005). “Just so” knowledge: The role of design knowledge in fostering learning and empowerment (through technology), Paper presented at the Second International Conference on Technology, Knowledge, and Society, 2005, Hyderabad, India. Common Ground.

  104. Hoadley, C. (2005, Feb. 18). Engineering and education: Missing links. Meeting summary (invited plenary) presented at the National Science Foundation Engineering and Computer Science Education PI Meeting, Washington, DC.

  105. Hoadley, C., & Ke, F. (2005). Implications of collaborative knowledge building on instructional design: lessons from design-based research, Paper presented at at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) 2005 Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus.

  106. Hoadley, C., & Honwad, S. (2005). Technology-enhanced learning for environmental education, Paper presented at the Centre for Environmental Education India Conference 2005, Ahmedabad, India.

  107. Hoadley, C., & Cox, C. D. (2005). Educating Reflective Learner Centered Designers, Paper presented at the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (ED-MEDIA) 2005, Montreal, Canada.

  108. Hoadley, C., Sockman, B. R., & Anderson, A. (2005, April 13). Responding to teachers’ and researchers’ information needs about technologies for learning, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

  109. Carr-Chellman, A., Plants, R., Wilson, B., Merrill, M. D., Spector, J. M., Ragan, T., Reigeluth, C. M., Jonassen, D. H., Hoadley, C., Pinkard, N., & Edelson, D. C. (2004, Oct. 21). Instructional Design and the Learning Sciences: A Conversation Between Two Communities of Practice, Panel presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Annual Convention 2004, Chicago.

  110. Ke, F. and Hoadley, C. (2004) How to evaluate online communities: A review of the literature, Paper presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) International Conference 2004, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Atlanta.

  111. Hoadley, C., Kirby, J., & Carr-Chellman, A. (2004, Oct. 23). Collaborators near and far: A bibliometric analysis, Paper presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) Annual Convention 2004, Chicago.

  112. Hoadley, C. (2004, Jan. 6). Design as inquiry: The role of design-based research in studying human-computer interaction. Invited talk (R&T talk series). College of Information Sciences and Technology, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.

  113. Hoadley, C. (2004, Feb. 18). The death of experimentalism. Paper presented at the Radical Thinkers talk series, Penn State, University Park, PA.

  114. Hoadley, C., & Kirby, J. (2004). Socially relevant representations in interfaces for learning, Paper presented at International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2004, Santa Monica.

  115. Underwood, J., Hoadley, C., diGiano, C., & Stohl, H. (2003, April). Design principles of ESCOT math environments, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

  116. Kirby, J., Carr-Chellman, A., & Hoadley, C. (2003, April). At the intersection of instructional systems and the learning sciences, does anyone have the right of way? Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

  117. Hoadley, C. (2003). Design-based research and distributed cognition in socio-technical systems for learning. Invited talk presented at C. Haythornthwaite, W. Stucky & G. Vossen (Eds.), Conceptual and Technical Aspects of Electronic Learning (Dagstuhl Seminar 03191). Dagstuhl International Conference and Research Center for Computer Science, Dagstuhl, Germany.

  118. Hoadley, C. (2003). Technology for Education. Invited talk. Shiksan Prabodhini (Teacher Professional Development Institute) of Maharastra State Education Society, Pune, India.

  119. Hoadley, C. (2003). Designing for learning: The collision of science, politics, the design of things, and the design of experience. Invited talk. Malmö, Sweden: Malmö University, K3 (Konst, Kultur och Kommunikation).

  120. Hoadley, C. (2003, April). Using Multiple Methods to Study Social Activity in Educational Digital Libraries—The use of logfile analysis for studying communities, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

  121. Hoadley, C. (2003, April). CILT’s Reflections on “Uniting People, Technology and Powerful Ideas for Learning”: Five Years of Knowledge Networking in Learning Sciences and Technologies—The CILT Knowledge Network, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

  122. Hoadley, C., & Kim, D. E. (2003). Learning, Design, and Technology: Creation of a design studio for educational innovation, Paper presented at IADIS International Conference e-Society 2003, Lisbon, Portugal.

  123. Hoadley, C., Kirby, J., & Smith, B. K. (2003). Bringing online and offline lives together: Computer support for collaboration, learning and reflection. Poster presented at the National Science Foundation-Deutche Forschungs Geschellschaft Joint Workshop on Educational Technology, Tuebingen, Germany.

  124. Hoadley, C. (2002). Creating context: Design-based research in creating and understanding CSCL, Paper presented at the Computer Support for Collaborative Learning 2002 Conference, Broomfield, Colorado.

  125. Hoadley, C. M. (2002). Adventures in audio: Multidisciplinary curriculum and technology design research in postsecondary audio education, Paper in interactive symposium, Design experimentation research methods: Advancing theories of context, learning, and design, S. Hsi and I. Tabak (organizers). Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

  126. Hoadley, C. (2000). Designing collaborative environments for learning. Invited talk, UC Berkeley SESAME Colloquium Series. Berkeley, CA.

  127. Hoadley, C. (2000). Collaborative design on the Internet and science learning: The Houses in the Desert project, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

  128. Hoadley, C. (2000, April 24-28). Computers, Cognition, and Collaboration: The Impact of Social Cues on On-Line Learning, Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

  129. Pea, R. D. and Hoadley, C. M. (1999). Face-to-face and computer-based community building activities in the Center for Innovative Learning Technologies (CILT), Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

  130. Fishman, B., Lee, S.-Y., Songer, N. B., Guzdial, M., Hsi, S., Hewitt, J., Scardamalia, M. and Hoadley, C. M. (1999). How can CSCL (Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning) change classroom culture and patterns of interaction among participants? Interactive symposium presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

  131. Hoadley, C. (2021, April 12). Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships for Developing and Assessing Informal STEM Learning Experiences, Session Discussant at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Virtual.

  132. Hoadley, C. (2018, April 14). Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, Session Discussant at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York.

  133. Hoadley, C. (1999). Supporting a community of researchers and practitioners: the Center for Innovative Learning Technologies (CILT) Knowledge Network, Paper presented at i3net Annual Conference, Siena, Italy.

  134. Hoadley, C., Coleman, E., Means, B., Penuel, W., Schlager, M., & Fusco, J. (1999). The design of online learning communities: Research at the Center for Technology in Learning, SRI International, Paper presented at the i3net Annual Conference, Siena, Italy.

  135. Hoadley, C. M. (1999). Social text: learning in online peer discussion in science, Paper presented at the Winter Text Processing Conference, Jackson Hole, WY.

  136. Hoadley, C. M. and Enyedy, N. (1999). Between Information and Collaboration: Middle Spaces in Computer Media for Learning, Paper presented at CSCL ’99: Computer Supported Collaborative Learning 1999, Palo Alto, CA.

  137. Hoadley, C. M. (1999, February 25, 1999). The social interface: how social cues in computer interfaces support learning. Invited talk presented at the Stanford Learning Lab 1999 Speaker Series, Palo Alto, CA.

  138. Hoadley, C. M., Krajcik, J., Loughran, J., Gunstone, R., Perkins, D., Schwartz, D., Bransford, J., White, B. Y. and Fredericksen, J. (1999, April 19-23). Inquiry learning: how, when, and why should science inquiry be brought to the classroom? Symposium presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

  139. Cuthbert, A. and Hoadley, C. M. (1998, April). Using KIE to help students develop shared criteria for house designs, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego.

  140. Cuthbert, A. and Hoadley, C. M. (1998, April). Designing desert houses in the Knowledge Integration Environment, Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego.

  141. Hoadley, C.M. (1998) The social interface: learning science with an on-line peer discussion tool. Talk presented at the Graduate School of Education and Information Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles, CA.

  142. Hoadley, C.M. (1998) Socially relevant representations for ubiquitous computing? Talk presented at the Center for Integrated Learning Technologies Workshop on Ubiquitous, Low-Cost Computing, SRI International, Menlo Park, CA.

  143. Hoadley, C.M. (1998) Social interfaces: design and learning issues in groupware. Talk presented at the Center for Integrated Learning Technologies Workshop on Learning Communities, SRI International, Menlo Park, CA.

  144. Hoadley, C. M. (1998) Shaping social interactions for knowledge integration through technology, Paper presented at National Association for Research on Science Teaching (NARST) Annual Meeting. San Diego.

  145. Cuthbert, A., Bell, P. and Hoadley, C. (1997) Tracking activity patterns in online environments: implications for instructional design, Paper presented at HCI International ’97, San Francisco, CA.

  146. Hoadley, C., & Ranney, M. (1997). Education, Science and Design: An NSF Training Program, Poster presentation at the National Science Foundation GRT Program PI Meeting, Washington, DC.

  147. Hoadley, C.M., Kirkpatrick, D. H. (1997) Talking online: bridging science and the real world with student ideas, Paper presented at the Curricu-Tech Showcase, San Francisco State University, Oct. 24-25, 1997. San Francisco.

  148. Hoadley, C.M. (1997) Scaffolding Scientific Discussion through Socially Relevant Representations in Networked Multimedia. Dissertation synopsis presented at the Doctoral Consortium of CSCL ’97 (Computer Support for Collaborative Learning), Dec. 1997, Toronto, Canada.

  149. Hoadley, C. M. (1997) Design activities for learning science: experiences and strategies. Paper presented at the Design Education Workshop, Georgia Institute of Technology, Sept. 8-9, 1997, Atlanta, GA.

  150. Hoadley, C. M., Fishman, B., Harasim, L., Hsi, S., Levin, J., Pea, R., Scardamalia, M. and Linn, M.C. (1997) Collaboration, communication and computers: what do we think we know about networked multimedia? Panel presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago.

  151. Hoadley, C. M. and Hsi, S. (1996, April). Towards a theory of collaborative networking in the science classroom, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York.

  152. Hoadley, C. M., Linn, M. C., Mann, L. M. and Clancy, M. J. (1996) When and why do novice programmers reuse code? Paper presented at Empirical Studies of Programmers, Sixth Workshop, Alexandria, VA.

  153. Hsi, S. and Hoadley, C. M. (1995) Assessing curricular innovation in engineering: using the multimedia forum kiosk, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

  154. Hoadley, C. M., Hsi, S. and Berman, B. P. (1995) The Multimedia Forum Kiosk and SpeakEasy, Paper presented at ACM Multimedia ’95, San Francisco.

  155. Hoadley, C. M., Hsi, S. and Berman, B. P. (1995) Networked multimedia for communication and collaboration, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco.

  156. Schank, P., Ranney, M., Hoadley, C., Diehl, C. and Neff, J. (1994). A Reasoner’s Workbench for Improving Scientific Thinking: Assessing Convince Me, Paper presented at the 1994 International Symposium on Mathematics/Science Education and Technology, Charlottesville, Virginia.

  157. Ranney, M., Schank, P., Hoadley, C. and Neff, J. (1994) “I know one when I see one”: How much do hypotheses differ from evidence? Paper presented at the Fifth Annual American Society for Information Science Workshop on Classification Research.

  158. Hsi, S. and Hoadley, C. M. (1994, April) An interactive multimedia kiosk as a tool for collaborative discourse, reflection and assessment, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

  159. Hoadley, C.M., and Hsi, S., (1994) SYNTHESIS Assessment: The Multimedia Forum Kiosk. SYNTHESIS Coalition assessment workshop, Institute for Research on Learning, Palo Alto, CA.

  160. Hoadley, C. M., Ranney, M. and Schank, P. K. (1994) WanderECHO: a connectionist simulation of limited coherence in human reasoning, Paper presented at the Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Atlanta.

  161. Hsi, S., Hoadley, C.M., and Linn, M.C. (1993) Using the Multimedia Forum Kiosk as an assessment tool. Poster presentation, SYNTHESIS Coalition applications workshop, Berkeley, CA.

  162. Hoadley, C. M. and Hsi, S. (1993) A Multimedia Interface for Knowledge Building and Collaborative Learning, Poster presented at InterCHI ’93 [International Conference on Computer-Human Interaction], Amsterdam, April 24-29, 1993.

  163. Hoadley, C. M., Hsi, S. and Linn, M. C. (1993) Assessing curricular change with an electronic discourse tool. Paper presented at NSF Engineering Education Coalitions Assessment workshop, Baltimore, MD.