These links point to published research, white papers, articles and industry presentations. If this material sparks an interest in further conversation, contact us at: email@example.com.VIRTUAL WORLD LANDSCAPE
- Delwiche, A. "Defining virtual worlds: An emerging medium collides with popular culture," Flow TV: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture, November 16, 2007.
- Delwiche, A. "The big picture: Assessing virtual world market research," Presentation to Computer Market Analysis Group. Yahoo Sunnyvale. August 24, 2007.
- Delwiche, A. "Designing for cross-platform delivery and long-term portability." Presentation to Virtual Worlds 2007. San Jose, California. October 10, 2007.
- Delwiche, A. "Transnational conflict and cooperation in virtual worlds." Presentation to Harvard University Asia Center. April 6, 2007.
- Henderson, J. “The Player’s Choice: Children, Gender and Video Game Preference,” Broadcast Education Association Conference, April 2004.
- Henderson, J. "Fair play: Gender and Race in video-games." Research report issued by the advocacy group Children Now and co-authored with K. Knowles. 2001.
- Delwiche, A. "From The Green Berets to America’s Army: Video-games as a vehicle for political propaganda.” The Players' Realm: Studies on the Culture of Video Games and Gaming, London: McFarland and Company. 2007.
- Delwiche, A. "The relationship between global media use and cosmopolitan orientation among Hong Kong adolescents," Journal of International Communication, 12(1). 2006.
TRAINING AND CURRICULUM DESIGN
- Delwiche, A. “Massively multiplayer online games (MMOs) in the new media classroom." Journal of Educational Technology and Society, 9(3) 160-172. Fall 2006.
- Henderson, J. and Delwiche, A. Separate chapters on curriculum assessment in Assessing Media Education, William G. Christ, Ed., (Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2006).
- Henderson, J. "Technology or tragedy: The Benefits and Disadvantages of Wired Classrooms,” Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Mid-Winter Conference, March 2005.
- Henderson, J. "Risk taking in college teaching," Broadcast Education Association. April 2004.
- Henderson, J. “No Search for You: Google, the U.S. Government, and Court Ordered Access to Online User Information,” National Communication Association Conference, November 2006.
- Delwiche, A. “Agenda-setting, opinion leadership, and the world of web logs.” First Monday, 10(12) (December 2005).
- “Arming the People "...with the power knowledge gives": An OMB Watch Report on the Implementation of the 1996 ‘EFOIA’ Amendments to the Freedom of Information Act,” with Patrice McDermott. April 1998.
- “Special Report: Potholes on the Information Superhighway,” Government Information Insider, Spring 1997.