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Practitioners and academics may be drawn to Community Informatics from many disciplines, so some of the references in this page may branch out beyond what you might consider CI. But after all, it is a very human part of the Informatics spectrum. For now, those references most directly relating to CI are in the top section, and those feeding into the discipline from other areas are below. So please add your key references to this list.

The references are organized in the following sections: Books01sml.jpg

Monographs on / closely related to CI:

  • Bradley, G. (2006) Social and community informatics : humans on the net. London ; New York, Routledge.
  • Day, P. & Schuler, D. (2004) Community Practice in the Network Society: Local Action Global Interaction. London: Routledge
  • Eubanks, V.E., (2011). Digital Dead End: Fighting for Social Justice in the Information Age, MIT Press.
  • Gurstein, M. (2007). What is community informatics (and why does it matter)? Milan, Italy Polimetrica.
  • Preece, J. (2000) Online Communities: Designing Usability, Supporting Sociability. New York: Wiley
  • Schuler, D. (2008) Liberating Voices: A pattern language for communication revolution, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA
  • Wershler-Henry, D. & Surman, M. (2001) Commonspace: Beyond Virtual Community. Toronto: FT.comBooks

Edited Collections on CI:

  • Keeble, L. and Loader, B. Eds. (2001) Community Informatics: Shaping computer-mediated social relations. London: Routledge
  • Gurstein, M. Ed. (2000). Community informatics : enabling communities with information and communications technologies. Hershey, PA, Idea Group Pub.
  • Stillman, L. & G. Johanson, Eds. (2007) Constructing and Sharing Memory : Community Informatics, Identity and Empowerment. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Stillman, L., G. Johanson and R. French, Eds. (2009). Communities in Action: Papers in Community Informatics. Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Journal Articles:

(Please do not add articles from the Journal of Community Informatics here, all these articles can be found in the journal archives)
  • Averweg, U.R. & Leaning, M.A., 2011. Visions of Community: Community Informatics and the Contested Nature of a Polysemic Term for a Progressive Discipline. Information Technology & International Development, 7(2), pp.17–30.
  • Carroll, J.M. & Rosson, M.B., 2007. Participatory design in community informatics. Design Studies, 28(3), pp.243–261.
  • Cook, J. & Smith, M. (2004) Beyond Formal Learning: Informal Community eLearning Computers and Education, CAL03 Special Edition, 43(1-2), 35-47.
  • De Moor, A. & Aakhus, M. (2006) Argumentation Support: From Technologies to Tools. Communications of the ACM, 49(3), 93-98.
  • De Moor, A. & Weigand, H. (2007) Formalizing the Evolution of Virtual Communities. Information Systems, 32(2), 223-247.
  • De Moor, A. (2010) Reconstructing Civil Society with Intermedia Communities. AI & Society, 25(3), 279-289.
  • Denison, T. & Stillman, L., 2012. Academic and Ethical Challenges in Participatory Models of Community Research. Information, Communication & Society, 15(7), pp.1037–1054.
  • Gurstein, M. (2003) Effective use: A community informatics strategy beyond the Digital Divide First Monday Vol. 8 No. 12
  • Lang, C. et al., 2012. Collaborative Research Partnerships in the Community : Digital Divas and Doing IT Better. Information, Communication & Society, 15(7), pp.1–25.
  • Posthill, J. (2008). "Localizing the internet beyond communities and networks " New Media & Society 10(3): 413-431.
  • Preece, J. and B. Shneiderman (2009) “The Reader-to-Leader Framework: Motivating Technology-Mediated Social ParticipationAIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction, (1) 1, pp. 13-32
  • Rosson, M. B. & Carroll, J. M. (2003) Learning and Collaboration across Generations in a Community. Kluwer, B.V., The Netherlands, pp205-225
  • Schoop, M., De Moor, A. & Dietz, J. (2006) The Pragmatic Web: A Manifesto. Communications of the ACM, 49(5), 75-76.
  • Schuler D (2001) Cultivating society’s civic intelligence: patterns for a new ‘world brain’. Journal of Information, Communication and Society, 4(2)
  • Stillman, L. and H. Linger (2009). "Community Informatics and Information Systems: how can they be better connected?" The Information Society 25(4): 1-1 Draft (original copyright restricted)
  • Stillman, L. (2005). "Participatory Action Research for Electronic Community Networking Projects." Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society 36(1): 77-92. Draft (original copyright restricted)
  • Stillman, L. (2010). "Technologies of care in community based organizations: agency and authenticity." AI & Society 25(3): 309-320. Draft (original copyright restricted)

Book Chapters relating to CI:

  • Clement, A. & Shade, L.R., 2000. The Access Rainbow: Conceptualizing Universal Access to the Information/ Communications Infrastructure. In M. Gurstein, ed. Community Informatics: Enabling Communities with Information and Communications Technologies. Hershey, PA: IGI Publishing, pp. 32–51.
  • Kling, R. and Courtwright, C. (2004) Group Behaviour and Learning in Electronic Forums, published in Designing for Virtual Communitites in the Service of Learning, Barab, S., Kling, R. and Gray, J. (Eds.) New York: Cambridge University Press. pp91-119
  • Lastra, S., 2011. The Community Event Research Method. In D. Haftor & A. Mirijamdotter, eds. Information and Communication Technologies, Society and Human Beings: Theory and Framework (Festschrift in honor of Gunilla Bradley). Hershey, PA: IGI Global, pp. 355–365.
  • Walker, S. & Dearden, A. (2008) Technology and Social Action in Innes, T. (Ed.) Design for the 21st century, Ashgate, London
  • Whitworth , B., & De Moor, A. (Eds.). (2009). Handbook of Research on Socio-Technical Design and Social Networking Systems. Hershey, PA: IGI http://brianwhitworth.com/STS/

CIRN Conference Proceedings:

  • Many Voices, Many Places - Electronically Enabling Communities for An Information Society: A Colloquium Research Results, Lessons Learned, Policy Recommendations CIRN Prato Colloquium 2003
  • Sustainability and Community Technology: What Does this Mean for Community Informatics? CIRN Conference Prato 2004
  • Constructing and sharing memory Community informatics, identity and empowerment CIRN Conference Prato 2006
  • Communities and Action: CIRN Conference Prato 2007
  • ICTs for Social Inclusion: What is the Reality? CIRN Conference Prato 2008
  • Empowering communities: learning from community informatics practice CIRN Conference Prato 2009
  • Tales of the Unexpected: Vision and Reality in Community Informatics: CIRN-DIAC Conference: Prato 2010
  • "To measure or not to measure: that is the question": CIRN Conference Prato 2011
  • 'Ideals meet Reality': CIRN Conference Prato 2012

Conference Papers:

  • Arnold, Michael, Gibbs, M.R. & Wright, P., 2003. Intranets and Local Community : “Yes, an intranet is all very well, but do we still get free beer and a barbeque ?” In M. Huysman, E. Wenger, & V. Wulf, eds. Communities and Technologies : Proceedings of the First International Conference on Communities and Technologies; C&T 2003. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 185–204.
  • Brown, J.S., 2002. The Social Life of Learning: How can Continuing Education be Reconfigured in the Future? Continuing Higher Education Review, 66, pp.50–69.
  • De Cindio, F., Marco, A. De & Ripamonti, L.A., 2007. Enriching Community Networks by Supporting Deliberation. In C. Steinfield et al., eds. Proceedings of the Third Communities and Technologies Conference, Michigan State University. London: Springer, pp. 395–417.
  • De Moor, A. (2005) Towards a Design Theory for Community Information Systems. Proc. of the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCII 2005), Las Vegas, 22-27 July 2005. Lawrence Erlbaum Ass.: Mahwah, NJ
  • De Moor, A. (2009) Collaboration Patterns as Building Blocks for Community Informatics. Community Informatics Research Network Conference, Prato, Italy, November 4-6, 2009 CIRN Conf 2009
  • De Moor, A. (2010) Conversations in Context: A Twitter Case for Social Media Systems Design. In Proceedings of I-SEMANTICS 2010, Graz, Austria, September 1-3, 2010.
  • Edelmann, N. & Parycek, P., (2011). Collaborative Behaviours in E-participation. In P. Parycek, M. J. Kripp, & N. Edelmann, eds. CeDEM11 Proceedings of the International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government. Krems: Edition Donau-Universität Krems, pp. 119–130.
  • Gaved, M. & Mulholland, P., (2005). Grassroots Initiated Networked Communities: A Study of Hybrid Physical/ Virtual Communities. In 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. p. 191.3.
  • Klaebe, H. and Foth, M. and Burgess, J. and Bilandzic, M. (2007) Digital Storytelling and History Lines: Community Engagement in a Master-Planned Development. In Proceedings 13th International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia (VSMM'07), Brisbane.
  • Liff, Sonia (2005) Local Communities: Relationships between ‘real’ and ‘virtual’ social capital. Proceedings of the second Communities and Technologies Conference, Milano, Italy, June 13-16, 2005 Eds Van den Besselaar, P., De Michelis, G., Preece, J. and Simone, C.
  • Light, A., & Miskelly, C. (2008). Brokering between heads and hearts: an analysis of designing for social change. In David Durling, Chris Rust, Lin-Lin Chen, Philippa Ashton and Ken Friedman (Eds.), Proceedings of the Design Research Society Conference: Undisciplined! Sheffield Hallam University: 16-19 July, 2008.
  • Macinnes, T. & Kenway, P. (2009). Data use in voluntary and community organisations. Joseph Roundtree Foundation. Report
  • Otis, N., & Johanson, G. (2004, April 14 -15). Community Sustainability and Information and Communications Technologies: Current Knowledge and Recent Cases. Paper presented at the Australian Electronic Governance Conference 2004, University of Melbourne: Victoria.
  • Stillman, L. and B. Craig (2006). Incorporating Indigenous World Views in Community Informatics. OTM Workshops 2006, LNCS 4277., Montpellier, France, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg.Draft (original copyright restricted)
  • Svensson, J., Neumayer, C., Banfield-Mumb, A. and Schoßböck, J., (2012). What kind of activist are you? : Positioning, power and identity in political online activism in Europe. In P. Parycek, N. Edelmann, & M. Sachs, eds. CeDEM12 Proceedings of the International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government. Krems: Edition Donau-Universität Krems, pp. 165–177.
  • Thompson, S. (2010, March 10-11) Social & e-inclusion. presented at PEOPLE work conference, North-Brabant, Netherlands.
  • Thompson, S., Singleton, C. and Davies, P., (2008) Practical Design for Social Inclusion Presented at the 5th Prato Community Informatics & Development Informatics Conference 2008, Prato, Italy
  • Walker, S., and Creanor, L., (2006) Networked Learning and Social Action: A Social Informatics Perspective. Networked Learning Conference 2006
  • Weare, C., Loges, W. E. and Oztas, N., Does the Internet Enhance the Capacity of Community Associations? (2005), Proceedings of the second Communities and Technologies Conference Milano, Italy, June 13-16, 2005, (Eds.) Van den Besselaar, P., De Michelis, G., Preece, J. and Simone, C.

Reports relating to CI:

  • Australian Government Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts (2005, January). Information and communications technology transforming the nonprofit sector.Report
  • Bridging the Innovation Divide: An Agenda for Disseminating Technology Innovations within the Nonprofit Sector. A Report by PolicyLink and BCT Partners (2007). Report
  • Bruns, A. & Bahnisch, M. (2010). Social media: Tools for user-generated content: Social drivers behind growing consumer participation in user-led content generation [volume 1: State of the art]. Smart services CRC. Report
  • Brodock, K., Joyce, M., & Zaeck, T. (2009, July). Digital activism survey report 2009. Digiactive research series.Report
  • Davies, T., Gangadharan, S. P., Language, C. F. T. S. O., & (US), I. (2007). Online deliberation: Design, research, and practice. CSLI Book
  • Digital Britain. Final Report: Department for Culture, Media and Sport and Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. (June,2009). Report
  • Chéneau- Loquay (2010). Innovative ways of appropriating mobile telephony in Africa. Geneve: International Telecommunications Union. Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs France. Report
  • Cowan, J. & Kingsley, T. (2007, June). Stories: Using information in community building and local policy. A national neighborhood indicators partnership guide (3 ed.). The Urban Institute. Report
  • Greendlinger, R. and Spadoni, P. (2010). Engaging veterans and families to enhance service delivery. The national Center on Family Homelessness. Available at Report.(This report has some examples of lessons learnt in using social media to make links to young veterans)
  • Gruen, N (2009) Engage: Getting on with Government 2.0.Report of the Government 2.0 Taskforce. (Australia): Report
  • Hayes, A., Gray, M., & Edwards, B. (2008). Social inclusion: Origins, concepts and key themes. AIFS, Canberra. A paper prepared for the Social Inclusion Unit, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. Australia.Report
  • Inclusion Through Innovation: Tackling Social Exclusion Through New Technologies - a Social Exclusion Unit Final Report. Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, London, UK. (2005). Report
  • John, P. & Urs, G. (2007). Case study: Mashups interoperability and einnovation. Berkman publication series, November 2007. Report
  • Kingsley, G. T. (2004, December). Building and using community information systems: Inventory of available tools and guides.Report
  • Kranich, N (2004) The Information Commons: A public policy report. Report
  • Loader, B and Keeble, L (May 2004) A literature review of community informatics initiatives. Report
  • Orgad, S. (2006, November). Patients’ experience of internet environments: Storytelling, empowerment and its limitations. EDS Innovation Research Programme. London School of Economics and Political Science. Discussion Paper Series. London. Report
  • Rowson, J., Broome, S., and Jones, A. (2010). Connected communities: How social networks power and sustain the big society. Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts. Report
  • Study on the social impact of ICT. The digital agenda for Europe. (2010, April 30). Page
  • Stillman, L., Kethers, S., Lombard, D., & French, R. (2010). Doing IT better. Final report. Centre for Community Networking Research, Monash University & Victorian Council of Social Service. Report
  • Treuhaft, S. (2006). The democratization of data: How the internet is shaping the work of data intermediaries. Institute of urban and regional development. University of California at Berkeley. Report
  • Verclas, K. & Mechael, P. (2008). A mobile voice: The use of mobile phones in citizen media. Washington: Mobileactive. Org. Report
  • Williamson, A (2010) Digital Citizens and Democratic Participation: An analysis of how citizens participate online and with MPs and Parliament. Hansard Society UK. Report
  • World Wide Worx (Pty) Ltd / World Wide Worx Strategy (Pty) Ltd & SANGONeT, (2009). The State of ICTs in the South African NGO Sector 2009. Report

Multi-discipline cross-sections in the Literature:

  • Bauman, Z., 2000. The Individualized Society, Cambridge: Polity.
  • Bauman, Z. (2001) Community: Seeking Safety In An Insecure World. Cambridge :Polity Press.
  • Benkler, Y., 2006. The Wealth of Networks : How Social Production Transforms Markets and Freedom, New Haven and London: Yale University Press.
  • Briggs, A. & Burke, P., 2009. A Social History of the Media: From Gutenberg to the Internet 3rd ed., Cambridge: Polity.
  • Brown, J.S. and Duguid, P. (2000) The Social Life of Information. Harvard Business School Press
  • Buckley, S., 2011. Community Media : A Good Practice Handbook, Paris: UNESCO.
  • Castells, M. (2001) The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business and Society. Oxford: OUP
  • Castells, M., 2010. The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture, Vol. I: The Rise of the Network Society 2nd ed., Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Denning, S., 2001. The Springboard: How Storytelling Ignites Action in Knowledge-Era Organizations, Boston, MA: Butterworth Heinemann.
  • Freire, P., 2000. Cultural Action for Freedom 2000th ed., Harvard Educational Review.
  • Freire, P., 2005. Education for Critical Consciousness (Continuum Impacts), London: Continuum.
  • Freire, P., 1998. Pedagogy of Freedom: Ethics, Democracy, and Civic Courage, Lanham: Rowman.
  • Freire, P., 1996. Pedagogy of the Oppressed (Penguin Education), London: Penguin.
  • Giddens, A. (2000). Runaway world: how globalization is reshaping our lives. New York, Routledge.
  • Granovetter, M.S., 1973. The Strength of Weak Ties. The American Journal of Sociology, 78(6), pp.1360–1380.
  • Granovetter, M.S., 1983. The Strength of Weak Ties: A Network Theory Revisited. Sociological Theory, 1, pp.201–233.
  • Griffin, Trevorrow, & Halpin, eds. (2007) Developments in e-Government: A Critical Analysis. Amsterdam: IOS Press.
  • Habermas, J. (1998). The Inclusion of the Other: Studies in Political Theory. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press
  • Hague B.N., and Loader, B. (1999) Digital Democracy: Discourse and Decision Making in the Information Age. London: Routledge
  • Horton, M. & Freire, P., 1991. We Make the Road by Walking: Conversations on Education and Social Change B. Bell, J. Gaventa, & J. Peters, eds., Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
  • Lave, J. and Wenger, E. (1991) Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
  • Thumim, N., 2012. Self-Representation and Digital Culture, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Wenger, E. (1998) Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning, and Identity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press


PhD and Master Theses
  • Mori, Cristina Kiomi (2011). Políticas públicas para inclusão digital no Brasil: aspectos institucionais e efetividade em iniciativas federais de disseminação de telecentros no período 2000-2010. [Public policies towards digital inclusion in Brazil: institutional aspects and effectiveness of federal government initiatives for the dissemination of telecenters in the period 2000-2010]. PhD dissertation, University of Brasilia, Brazil.


Digital Storytelling

  • Alexander, B. & Levine, A., 2008. Web 2.0 Storytelling: Emergence of a New Genre. EDUCAUSE Review, 43(6), pp.40–56.
  • Alexandra, D., 2008. Digital storytelling as transformative practice : Critical analysis and creative expression in the representation of migration in Ireland. Journal of Media Practice, 9(2), pp.101–112.
  • Andretta, S., 2009. Transliteracy: take a walk on the wild side. In WORLD LIBRARY AND INFORMATION CONGRESS: 75TH IFLA GENERAL CONFERENCE AND COUNCIL. Milan, Italy: IFLA, pp. 1–13. Available at: http://www.ifla.org/files/hq/papers/ifla75/94-andretta-en.pdf
  • Banaszewski, T., 2002. Digital Storytelling Finds Its Place in the Classroom. MultiMedia & Internet @ Schools. Available at: http://www.infotoday.com/MMSchools/jan02/banaszewski.htm
  • Bauer, S.R., 2003. The power of story. In Proceedings of the 31st annual ACM SIGUCCS fall conference. New York: ACM, pp. 151–153.
  • BBC Wales, 2012. BBC Wales - Arts - Capture Wales. bbc.co.uk.
  • Bjørgen, A.M., 2010. Boundary crossing and learning identities – digital storytelling in primary schools. seminar.net, 6(2), pp.161–178.
  • Byrne, A., 2007. The Warp and the Weft: Communities, Institutions and Memory. In L. Stillman & G. Johanson, eds. Constructing and Sharing Memory : Community Informatics, Identity and Empowerment. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. xii–xxiii.
  • Clarke, R. & Adam, a., 2011. Digital storytelling in Australia: Academic perspectives and reflections. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 11(1-2), pp.157–176.
  • Copeland, S., 2012. Daffodil terrorism: The dangers of homogenised storytelling. In L. Stillman et al., eds. CIRN 2012 Community Informatics Conference: “Ideals meet Reality”. Prato, Italy: Centre for Community Networking Research. Centre for Social Informatics, Monash University, pp. 1–11.
  • Copeland, S. & Miskelly, C., 2010. Making time for storytelling; the challenges of community building and activism in a rural locale. seminar.net, Volume 6(2), pp.192–207.
  • Couldry, N., 2008a. Digital storytelling, media research and democracy: Conceptual choices and alternative futures. In K. Lundby, ed. Digital storytelling, mediatized stories: self-representations in new media. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 41–60.
  • Couldry, N., 2008b. Mediatization or mediation? Alternative understandings of the emergent space of digital storytelling. New Media & Society, 10(3), pp.373–391.
  • Couldry, N. & De Cleen, B., 2008. Introduction: Blurring Participations and Convergences. In N. Couldry & B. De Cleen, eds. Participation and Media Production. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 1–12.
  • Davis, A. & Weinshenker, D., 2012. Digital Storytelling and Authoring Identity. In C. C. Ching & J. Foley, Brian, eds. Constructing the Self in a Digital World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 320.
  • Drotner, K., 2008. Boundaries and bridges: Digital storytelling in education studies and media studies. In K. Lundby, ed. Digital storytelling, mediatized stories: self-representations in new media. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 61–81.
  • Erstad, O. & Wertsch, J. V., 2008. Tales of mediation: Narrative and digital media as cultural tools. In K. Lundby, ed. Digital storytelling, mediatized stories: self-representations in new media. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 21–39.
  • Farnell, B. & Huntley, J., 1995. Ethnography goes interactive. Anthropology Today, 11(5), pp.7–10.
  • Freidus, N. & Hlubinka, M., 2002. Digital Storytelling for Reflective Practice in Communities of Learners. SIGGROUP bulletin, 23(2), pp.24–26.
  • Friedlander, L., 2009. Narrative Strategies in a Digital Age: Authorship and Authority. In K. Lundby, ed. Digital storytelling, mediatized stories: self-representations in new media. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 177–194.
  • Hardy, P. & Sumner, T., 2008. Storytelling in practice Digital Storytelling in health and social care the emotional, physical and. Lapidus Journal, 3(3), pp.25–31.
  • Hartley, J., 2008. Problems of expertise and scalability in self-made media. In K. Lundby, ed. Digital storytelling, mediatized stories: self-representations in new media2. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 197–211.
  • Hartley, J. & McWilliam, K., 2009a. Computational Power Meets Human Contact. In J. Hartley & K. McWilliam, eds. Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 3–15.
  • Hartley, J. & McWilliam, K., 2009b. Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World J. Hartley & K. McWilliam, eds., Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Hathorn, P.P., 2005. Using Digital Storytelling as a Literacy Tool for the Inner City Middle School Youth. The Charter Schools Resource Journal, 1(1), pp.32–38.
  • Howell, Dusti & Howell, Deanne, 2003. What’s Your Digital Story? Library Media Connection, (October), pp.40–42.
  • Huffaker, D., 2004. Spinning yarns around the digital fire: Storytelling and dialogue among youth on the Internet. First Monday, 9(1).
  • Hug, T., 2012. Storytelling – EDU: Educational - Digital – Unlimited? seminar.net, 18(1).
  • Hull, G.A. & Katz, M.-L., 2006. Crafting an Agentive Self : Case Studies of Digital Storytelling. Research in the Teaching of English, 41(1), pp.43–81.
  • Jenkins, H., 2006. Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide, New York: New York University Press.
  • Kidd, J., 2006. Digital Storytelling at the BBC : the reality of innovative audience participation. In Public Service Broadcasting in a Multimedia Environment: Programmes and Platforms. Amsterdam: RIPE@2006, pp. 1–17.
  • LaFontaine, J., 2006. From the Story Circle to Cyberspace: How Technology Transforms the Stories We Tell and How Women Transform the Stories We Hear. Women & Environments International Magazine, pp.77–81.
  • Lambert, J. et al., 2006. Digital Storytelling Cookbook 2nd ed., Berkeley: Digital Diner Press.
  • Lambert, J., 2006. Digital Storytelling: capturing lives, creating community 2nd ed., Berkeley: Digital Diner Press.
  • Lambert, J., 2010. Keynote presentation: The Past, Present and Future of Digital Storytelling.
  • Lambert, J., 2009. Where It All Started: The Centre for Digital Storytelling in California. In J. Hartley & K. McWilliam, eds. Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 79–90.
  • Livingstone, S., 2009. On the Mediation of Everything: ICA Presidential Address 2008. Journal of Communication, 59(1), pp.1–18.
  • Lowenthal, P., 2009. Digital Storytelling in Education: An Emerging Institutional Technology? In J. Hartley & K. McWilliam, eds. Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 252–259.
  • Lowenthal, P. & Dunlap, J.C., 2010. From pixel on a screen to real person in your students’ lives: Establishing social presence using digital storytelling. The Internet and Higher Education, 13(1-2), pp.70–72.
  • Lundby, K., 2008. Introduction: Digital storytelling, mediatized stories. In K. Lundby, ed. Digital storytelling, mediatized stories: Self-representations in New Media. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 1–17.
  • Lundby, K., 2009. The Matricies of Digital Storytelling: Examples from Scandinavia. In J. Hartley & K. McWilliam, eds. Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 176–187.
  • Marsh, M., 2006. Words! Camera! Democracy? Storytelling in the digital age. (The Autobiography Project, StoryCorps, media for commoners to share their story). Sojourners Magazine.
  • Meadows, D., 2003. Digital Storytelling: Research-Based Practice in New Media. Visual Communication, 2(2), pp.189–193.
  • Meadows, D. & Kidd, J., 2009. “Capture Wales” The BBC digital storytelling project. In J. Hartley & Kerry McWilliam, eds. Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 90–117.
  • Miller, C.H., 2004. Digital Storytelling: A Creator’s Guide to Interactive Entertainment, Burlington, MA: Focal Press.
  • Morlais, G., Aberth Digital Storytelling.
  • Ohler, J., 2007. Digital Storytelling in the Classroom: New Media Pathways to Literacy, Learning, and Creativity, Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
  • Ohler, J., 2005. The World of Digital Storytelling. Educational Leadership, (December), pp.44–47.
  • Polletta, F. & Lee, J., 2006. Is Telling Stories Good for Democracy? : Rhetoric in Public Deliberation after 9/11. American Sociological Review, 71, pp.699–723.
  • Robin, B.R., 2006. The Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling. In C. M. Crawford et al., eds. Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference. Chesapeake, VA: AACE, pp. 709–716.
  • Sakka, Z.I. & Zualkernan, I.A., 2005. Digital Storytelling in Higher Education : A Case Study in a Civil Engineering. In Proceedings of the Fifth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT’05). IEEE Computer Society, pp. 5–7.
  • Taub-Pervizpour, L., 2009. Digital Storytelling with Youth : Whose Agenda Is It? In J. Hartley & Kelly McWilliam, eds. Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 241–251.
  • Thumim, N., 2008. “It”s good for them to know my story’ Cultural mediation as tension. In K. Lundby, ed. Digital storytelling, mediatized stories: self-representations in new media. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 85–104.
  • Thumim, N., 2009. “Everyone has a story to tell”: Mediation and self-representation in two UK institutions. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 12(6), pp.617–638.
  • Van Vliet, H. & Hekman, E., 2012. Enhancing user involvement with digital cultural heritage: The usage of social tagging and storytelling. First Monday, 17(5).
  • Vinogradova, P., 2006. Positive Social Self: Symbolic Construction of Social Identity in Digital Storytelling. LLC review, 6(1), pp.80–104


Methodology

  • Archer, M. et al., Eds. (1998). Critical Realism: Essential Readings. London: Routledge.
    Checkland, P. & Scholes, J., 1990. Soft Systems Methodology In Action, Chichester: Wiley.
  • Bell, F., 2010. Network theories for technology-enabled learning and social change: Connectivism and Actor Network theory. In L. Dirckinck-Holmfeld et al., eds. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Networked Learning 2010. pp. 526–533.
  • Copeland, S. & Hill, K., (2010). Action Research: determining boundaries between participatory and non-participatory approaches.Methodology : Innovative Approaches to Research, 1, pp.21–23.
  • Foth, M., 2006. Network action research. Action Research, 4(2), pp.205–226.
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