The following publications and presentations represent each author's cumulative work on their projects. The readings include study results, practitioner articles, and methodological explorations that led to or evolved from the projects in this collection.
 

1.    Analyzing Dramaturgical Texts

  • Constable, S., Scheckelhoff, C.B., & Schneider, J.J. (2013, December). Disabled, dyslexic, or disenfranchised?: Re-visioning stories of (ill)literacy. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Dallas, TX.
     
  • Scheckelhoff, C.B., Constable, S., Schneider, J.J. (December, 2010). In D. Dennis (Chair), Film school: Technology as provocation for oral reading fluency. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Fort Worth, TX.
     
  • Scheckelhoff, C.B., Schneider, J.J., & Constable, S. (2015, December). Ben’s twice told tale: Using drama to provoke preservice teachers’ interpretive readings of student data. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Literacy Research Association, Carlsbad, CA.
     

2.    Analyzing Student-Made Films

  • Anderson, A.W., Smith, P., Schneider, J.J., & Frier, A. (2015b). Live from Mount Olympus: Theatricizing two analyses of a multimodal, multimedia composition. Creative Approaches to Research, 8(1), 75-96.
     
  • Blankenship, M.U., Margarella, E., Thomas, J., Holmberg, A., & Schneider, J.J. (2014). Cloudy or cumulus: Collaborative composition and storyboarding to produce print and digital science texts. In J.J. Schneider (Ed.) Casework in K-6 writing instruction: Connecting composing strategies, digital literacies, and disciplinary content to the Common Core (pp. 205-216). New York, NY: Peter Lang.
     
  • King, J., Schneider, J.J., Kozdras, D., & Welsh, J. (2008, December). Let’s make movies: Enhancing children’s and adolescents’ literacy skills in media literacy camp in exemplary evidence-based literacy tutoring programs: What works and why. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Reading Conference, Orlando, FL.
     
  • Kozdras, D., King, J.R., Schneider, J.J. (2013). Learning the disciplinary language and literacies of multimodal composition. In R.E. Ferdig & K.E. Pytash (Eds.) Exploring multimodal composition and digital writing (pp. 350-363). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
     
  • Schneider, J.J. (Ed.). (2014). Casework in K-6 Writing Instruction: Connecting Composing Strategies, Digital Literacies, and Disciplinary Content to the Common Core. New York, NY: Peter Lang.
     
  • Schneider, J.J., (2015). iText, but iDon’t teach with it: An essay on i-literacy in teacher education. Action in Teacher Education, 37(2), 120-137. DOI 10.1080/01626620.2014.969850
     
  • Schneider, J.J., King, J., Feger, M.V., Minick, V., Kozdras, D., Kirby, A. (2005, December). Keepers of the texts: Literate identities for “teachers” and “at-risk” students within a service learning context. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Reading Conference, Miami, FL.
     
  • Schneider, J.J., King, J., Kozdras, D., Minick, V. (2006, December). Power, performance, and perspective in a preservice teacher/elementary student collaborative research/teaching project in multi-literacies. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Reading Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
     
  • Schneider, J.J., King, J.R., Kozdras, D., Minick, V. (2011). Accelerating reflexivity? An ethno-theater interpretation of a pre-service teacher literacy methods field experience. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 25(8), 1037-1066. DOI 10.1080/09518398.2011.595740.
     
  • Schneider, J.J., King, J.R., Kozdras, D., Welsh, J., Minick, V. (2009). Multimedia, oral history, and teacher education: From community space to cyberspace. In D. Pullen, C. Gitsaki, & M. Baguley (Eds.). Technoliteracy, discourses and social practice: Frameworks and applications in the digital age (pp. 185-198). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.
     
  • Schneider, J.J., Kozdras, D., Wolkenhauer, N., & Arias, L. (2014). Environmental e-books and green goals: Changing places, flipping spaces, and real-izing the curriculum. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 57(7), 549-564. DOI: 10.1002/jaal.286
     
  • Smith, P., Frier, A.D., & Schneider, J.J. (2014). Negotiating American history: Bilingual learners collaboratively compose information texts. In J.J. Schneider (Ed.) Casework in K-6 writing instruction: Connecting composing strategies, digital literacies, and disciplinary content to the Common Core (pp. 193-203). New York, NY: Peter Lang.
     
  • Welsh, J., Kozdras, D., King, J., Schneider, J.J. (2009). Media literacy summer camp: What works and why. In J. Richards & C. Lassonde (Eds.). Literacy tutoring that works: A look at successful in-school, after- school, and summer programs (pp. 182-195). International Reading Association. Newark, DE.
     

3.    Curating Illustrations of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

  • Persohn, L. (2017). Curating Illustrations of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
     
  • Persohn, L. (2016). Exploring literary analysis: Techniques for understanding complex literature. Ebook section in J. J. Schneider, The Inside, Outside, and Upside Downs of Children’s Literature: From Poets and Pop-ups to Princesses and Porridge. DOI: 10.5038/9780977674411.
     
  • Persohn, L. (2016). Animating Madness: Visual portrayals of the Hatter since Tenniel. Paper presented at the 2016 Children’s Literature Association (ChLA) Conference in Columbus, Ohio.
     
  • Persohn, L. (2015). Look at that!: Pictures, drawings, and images in books. Workshop presentation at the Children’s Collection of Know-how Conference in Tampa, Florida.
     
  • Persohn, L. (2014). Conversations about Pictures: A guide for discussing illustrations. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Florida Reading Association in Orlando, Florida.
     
  • Persohn, L. (2013). Tove Jansson’s ‘The Spring Tune’ as ‘A Spring Dream’: A Freudian interpretation of Snufkin’s curious encounter. Paper presented at the Literacy Research Association (LRA) Conference in Dallas, Texas.
     
  • Persohn, L. (2013). Using Tove Jansson’s Finn Family Moomintroll (A CCSS Exemplar Text) to Teach Text-Based and Visual Literacies. Paper presentation at the Florida Reading Association Conference in Orlando, Florida.
     
  • Persohn, L. (2013). Using time-lapse photographs for teacher inquiry: A longitudinal selfstudy study of teacher performance. Paper presentation at the University of South Florida Inquiry Conference, Tampa, Florida.
     
  • Persohn, L. & Frier, A. (2012). Exploring visual literacy through a lens for diverse learners. Paper presentation at the 2012 Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth 4th International Conference: Celebrating Childhood Diversity, Sheffield, England, United Kingdom.
     
  • Persohn, L. & Powell, R. (2014). Social Justice, The Arts, and Children’s Literature: Simple Ways to Start Complex Conversations. Paper presented at Association for Literacy Educators and Researchers (ALER) in Delray Beach, Florida.
     

4.    Examining Children's Websites

  • Welsh, J.L. (2014). Genres of children’s websites: A comprehensive methodology for analyzing digital texts. Doctoral dissertation, Tampa, FL: University of South Florida.
     
  • Welsh, J.L. (February, 2014). Teachers and apps: Four lessons from the Technology Integration Matrix. Paper presented at the meeting of the National EBS Association. Orlando, FL.
     
  • Welsh, J.L., & Papke, A. M. (November, 2013). Classroom technology use: Measurement and reporting. Paper presented at the meeting of the Florida Charter School Conference. Orlando, FL.
     
  • Welsh, J.L. (November, 2012). Teaching and learning genre in K-12 settings. Paper presented at the meeting of the Literacy Research Association. San Diego, CA.
     
  • Welsh, J.L. (October, 2011). Educational innovation and change in the digital age. Paper presented at the meeting of the Florida Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Tampa, FL.
     
  • Welsh, J.L. (Lead Author) (2011-2015). Technology Integration Matrix. Retrieved from http://fcit.usf.edu/matrix/ Schneider, J.J. (Lead Author),
     
  • Welsh, J.L. (Contributing Author) (2011-2015). Contemporary Literacies Collaborative. Retrieved from http://www.fcit.usf.edu/clc/
     
  • Welsh, J.L. (Project manager) (2006-2015). Lit2Go. Retrieved from http://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/
     

5.    Interpreting Editorial Cartoons

  • Anderson, A.W. (2017). Developing & Using Cross-Modal Ethnographic Narrative Document Analysis (Cro-MENDA) to Study Editorial Cartoons . . . and implications for its use with other cross-modal texts (unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of South Florida, Tampa.
     
  • Anderson, A.W. (2016, June). My Little Pony: Elements of harmony: Friendship is magic: The official guidebook to the animated, animating, and ani-meta worlds of Equestria. Paper presented at the Children's Literature Association Conference, Columbus, OH.
     
  • Anderson, A.W. (2016). 'Out of the everywhere into here': Rhetoricity and transcendence as common ground for spiritual research. In J. Lin, R. L. Oxford, and T. E. Culhman (Eds.). Toward a Spiritual Research Paradigm: Exploring New Ways of Knowing, Researching, and Being. Charlotte, NC:  Information Age Publishing.
     
  • Anderson, A.W. (2016). Whose idea is it anyway? Big ideas in Jurassic Park, Jumanji, and The cat in the hat. In J. J. Schneider (Ed.). The Inside, Outside, and Upside Downs of Children's Literature: From Poets and Pop-ups to Princesses and Porridge [E-book]. USF Scholar Commons: Retrieved from http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/childrens_lit_textbook/ (article within a book chapter).
     
  • Anderson, A.W. (2011, March). Differences in newspaper content directed toward readers in grades 2 through 8. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Southeast Colloquium, Columbia, SC.
     
  • Anderson, A.W., & Blankenship, M.U. (2013, April). Adult retrospectives: An ethnographic content analysis of how children’s book authors depict teachers and administrators. Paper presented at the University of South Florida Inquiry Conference, Tampa, FL.
     
  • Anderson, A.W. & Greer, J. D. (September, 2009). Community journalism and the community’s youngest readers: A study of newspaper content directed toward readers in grades 2 through 8. Paper presented at the Community Building Symposium at the 123rd NNA Annual Convention and Trade Show, Mobile, AL.
     
  • Anderson, A.W. & Powell, R. L. (2016). The world is flat, Stanley: Globalization, ethnocentricity, and absurdity. In A. Wannamaker and J. M. Miskec (Eds.). The Early Reader in Children’s Literature and Culture. London, U.K.: Routledge.    
  • Schneider, J. J., Anderson, A.W., and Griffin, M. (2014, June). Impudence, serious nonsense, or black magic: Identity and The 500 hats of Bartholomew Cubbins. Presented at the Children’s Literature Association Conference, Columbia, SC.