Micro‐Celebrity Communities, and Media Education: Understanding Fan Practices on YouTube and Wattpad. In Frau‐Meigs, Divina, Kotilainen, Sirkku, Pathak‐Shelat, Manisha, Hoechsmann, Michael, & Poyntz, Stuart R. (Eds.) The Handbook of Media Education Research. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ, pp. 17-32. You can read the abstract here.
The use of reader response in the practice of readers and writers: A case study. Synergy, 18(2), 2020 [online]. Read here.
Do digital devices enhance teenagers’ recreational reading engagement? Issues for library policy from a recent study in two Australian states. Public Library Quarterly, 37(3), 318-340; Read here.
“Using modernist techniques to promote deep reading in Y.A. fiction”. New Writing, 16(2), 128-138; Read here.
“Influences on Australian adolescents’ recreational reading”. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, (Volume 41, Issue 1, pp. 44-56; Read here.
“Adolescents’ attitudes toward talking about books: Implications for educators”. English in Education, (Volume 52, Issue 1, pp. 35-53); Read here.
“The contours of teenagers’ reading in the digital era: Scoping the research”. New Review of Children’s Literature and Librarianship (Volume 23, Issue 1, pp. 27-46); Read here.
“The influence of access to eReaders, computers and mobile phones on children’s book reading frequency”, Computers in Education (Volume 109, pp. 187-196); Read here.
Teen Reading in the Digital Era: Platforms, Access and Diversity. Snapshot Report of the Teen Reading Pilot Study, March 2017. Read snapshot report here.