Closely Related to Current Research, Selected
- Wolz, U., Cassel, L., Way, T., Pearson, K. Cooperative Expertise for Multidisciplinary Computing, Proceedings of the 42nd ACM Technical Symposium in Computer Science Education, (Dallas, Texas, USA) March 9-12, 2011.
- Thomas Way, Lillian Cassel, Kim Pearson, Ursula Wolz, Deborah Tatar, and Steve Harrison. A Distributed Expertise Model for Teaching Computing Across Disciplines and Institutions, in The 2010 International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering
2010: Las Vegas, Nevada.
- How Computational Thinking is Changing Journalism and What’s Next. Poynter.org May 22, 2009 http://www.poynter.org/how-tos/digital-strategies/e-media-tidbits/95941/how-computational-thinking-is-changing-journalism-whats-next/
- “Should AT&T reveal anonymous sources in Anthrax probe? Bloggers say yes,” Poynter.Org E-Media Tidbits, August 5, 2008 http://www.poynter.org/column.asp?id=31&aid=148199
- (with U. Wolz) “ Multi-threaded Interactive Storytelling for Literary Journalism “, The New Media Consortium Summer Conference 2007, Sparking Innovative Learning and Creativity”, invited expanded paper, http://www.nmc.org/publications, pp 38 – 45, 2007
- “Start Earlier. Expand the Mission. Integrate Technology.” Nieman Reports. Vol 61, No. 3. Fall, 2007, pg 68-70. http://nieman.harvard.edu
- “Interactive Literary Journalism: Building New Tools.” Poynter.org October 1, 2007.
- Articles for the Online Journalism Review, 2006-7: http://www.ojr.org/author/kimpearson/
Other Publications and Presentations, Selected
§ Breaking the Code: Re-”Mediating” the Political Prospects of Black Women. Westchester Black Women’s Political Caucus Women’s History Month program. March 26, 2011, White Plains, NY
with U Wolz, M.Pulimood, M. Stone; M. Switzer. “Computational Journalism in the Middle School.” Scholastic Division, 2010 Convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications, Denver, Colo. Aug. 4-7, 2010
§ Wolz, U., Stone, M., Pulimood, S. M., and Pearson, K. 2010. Computational thinking via interactive journalism in middle school. In Proceedings of the 41st ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, March 10 – 13, 2010). SIGCSE ’10. ACM, New York, NY, 239-243.
§“Scratching Across the Curriculum: A Tool for Fostering Varied Literacies” Culturally Responsive Teaching, Learning, and Counseling Symposium, University of Colorado, Colorado-Springs January 24, 2009.
§ Pearson, Kim. ”Afterword,” Black History Bulletin, v.72, 2009, p. 34
§(with M. Pulimood, M. Stone, M.Switzer and U. Wolz.) Broadening Participation in Computing via Community Journalism, New Media Consortium Summer Conference, June 11-14, 2008
§(with M. Pulimood, D. Shaw) “Content Management Systems for Journalism,” New Media Consortium Summer Conference, June June 11-14, 2008
§(with M. Pulimood, M. Stone, M.Switzer and U. Wolz.) “Scratch in the Interactive Journalism Institute for Middle School.” Scratch@MIT conference. MIT Media Lab July 25, 2008
§“Journalism Across the Curriculum: Build Skills and Empower Learners as Citizens.” Culturally Responsive Teaching and Counseling Symposium. University ofColorado, Colorado Springs, January 26, 2008
§“Weblogs, Podcasts and Virtual Worlds,” WSTU Professional Development Day, Millersville State University, Jan. 11, 2007
§Ault, C., Nakra, T., Pearson, K., Sanders, P., Wolz, U., “Collaborative Learning via 3-D Game Development” SIGGRAPH Educators Panel, Aug. 2, 2006,
§Ault, C. Pearson, K., Sanders, P. Wolz, U., “Videogame Design as a Vehicle for Multidisciplinary Collaboration,” New Media Consortium 2006 Summer Conference, June 7, 2006.
§“Blogging While Black In Africana Studies.” Best Practices in Digital Pedagogy Panel. Association for the Study of African American Life and History annual convention. October 7, 2005
§“Small Murders: Rethinking the Coverage of Hate Crimes Against GLBT People,” News and Sexuality: Media Portraits of Diversity. Editors: Laura Castea da and Shannon Campbell. NY: Sage Publishers, 2005. pp. 159 -88
“When and Where I Enter: Toward a Black Feminist Epistemology of Journalism” Fourth Biennial Feminism(s) and Rhetoric(s) Conference, 2003. The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. October 23-25, 2003