Davis, K., Subramaniam, M., Hoffman, K.M., & Romeijn-Stout, E.L. (2018). Technology use in rural and urban public libraries: Implications for connected learning in youth programming. Proceedings of the Connected Learning Summit (CLS ’18). To appear. Pittsburgh, PA: Carnegie Mellon ETC Press.
Subramaniam, M., Scaff, L., Kawas, S., Hoffman, K.M., & Davis, K. (2018). Using Technology to Support Equity and Inclusion in Youth Library Programming: Current Practices and Future Opportunities. The Library Quarterly 2018 88:4, 315-331 [Open Access]
Hoffman, K. M., Subramaniam, M., Kawas, S., Scaff, L., & Davis, K. (2016). Connected libraries: Surveying the current landscape and charting a path to the future. College Park, MD; Seattle, WA: The ConnectedLib Project. [PDF]
Scaff, L., Subramaniam, M., Hoffman. K.M., Kawas, S., & Davis, K. (2017, June). Promoting equity and access in public libraries’ computer-supported youth programming. Poster session presented at the CSCL International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Philadelphia, PA. [JPG]
Hoffman, K. M., Subramaniam, M., Davis, K., Scaff, L., & Kawas, S. (2017, April). How librarians help teens develop 21st century skills. Poster presented at The University of Maryland College Park Social Justice Day 2017, College Park, MD. [PDF]
Carrigan, T., Fontichiaro, K., Subramaniam, M. & Wilkett, R. (2016). Lessons from learning spaces: What are patrons really learning? Panel presentation at the American Library Association Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida. [PDF]
Davis, K., Subramaniam, M. Hoffman, K. M., Kawas, S., & Scaff, L. (2016, October). What’s it going to take to turn every library into a connected learning library? Presentation to be given at the annual meeting of the Digital Media and Learning Conference, University of California, Irvine, CA. [PDF]