Publications

Publications in Technology Studies (Selected)

Recent Refereed Proceedings

Petrina, S., Feng, F., Gutica, M., Rusnak, PJ, Teja, F. & Wang, Y. (2010). Designerly ways of being, knowing, doing and learning: A symposium. Presented at the first bi-annual Technological Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.

  1. Teja, F. & Petrina. (2010). Youth learning to design, build and program robots: A study of distributed cognition. Proceedings of the Technological Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.
  2. Rusnak, PJ, Petrina, S., Feng, F. & Wang, Y. (2010). Being@play. Proceedings of the Technological Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.
  3. Gutica, M. & Petrina, S. (2010). Emotional design: Perspectives of IT designers. Proceedings of the Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.
  4. Wang, Y. & Petrina, S. (2010). Designing chatbot technologies: A virtual agent for stimulating adults’ oral English practices. Proceedings of the Technological Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.
  5. Petrina, S. & Feng, F. (2010). Researching design and engineering cognition. Proceedings of the Technological Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.

Selected Publications:

Arntzen, J., Krug, D., & Wen, Z. (2008). ICT literacies and the curricular conundrum of calling all complex digital technologies “Tools”. The International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology. 4(4).

Arntzen, J. & Krug, D. (2011). ICT ecologies of learning: Active socially engaged learning, resiliency and leadership, In Steven D’Agustino (Ed.), Adaptation, Resistance and Access to Instructional Technologies: Assessing Future Trends in Education (pp. 332-354). IGI Global.

Brennan, K (2006). The managed teacher: Emotional labour and technology. Educational Insights, 10(2), 55-65.

Brennan, K., Feng, F., Hall, L. & Petrina, S. (2007). On the complexity of technology and the technology of complexity. Paper at the Fourth Complexity Science and Educational Research conference, 18-20 February, Vancouver, BC. (40 pp.)

Brennan, K., Feng, F., Hall, L. & Petrina, S. (2007). On the complexity of technology and the technology of complexity. In. B. Davis (Ed.), Proceedings of the Fourth Complexity Science and Educational Research conference, 47-73.

Brennan, K., Feng, F., Hall, L., Kojima, D. & Petrina, S. (2007, 27 June). Researching cognition and technology: Dynamically responsive learning environments. Ed-Media World Conference, Vancouver, 25-29 June 2007. (6 pp.)

Bryson, M., Petrina, S. & Weir, L. (Eds.). (2005). Academic freedom & IP rights in an era of the automation and commercialization of higher education: Special issue of Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, 7(1)

Cook, S. & Petrina, S. (2005). Changing tastes: Coca-Cola, water and the commercialization of higher education. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, 7(1), 95-111.

Guo, R. X., Dobson, T. & Petrina, S. (2008). Digital natives, digital immigrants: An analysis of age and ICT competency in teacher education. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 38(3), 235-254.

Hall, L. (2007). Relationality, hybridity, awareness: Being with AIBO. Unpublished Masters Thesis, University of British Columbia.

James, K. & Petrina, S. (2006). After-lifelong learning: A eulogium. Taboo, 10(2), 5-23.

Jhang, N., & Krug, D. (2003, November). Issues affecting student satisfaction, learning, and dropout rates of students’ enrolled in online distance education. Proceedings of the 2003 Korean Society for Educational Technology Fall Conference, Kyungbuk University, Kyungbuk, Korea. (research advisor, 70% of authorship)

Kim, J. & Petrina, S. (2006). Emotional laboring in the video game, The Sims: A curriculum of emotional experience. Educational Insights, 10(2), 84-94.

Kim, S. (2006). Capitorgs and free/libre and open source software (FLOSS): Toward critical technological literacy and free/libre and open source society (FLOSS). Educational Insights, 10(2), 6-16.

Krug, D., (2007). Game On: Culture, Virtuality, Digital Media, and Learning Environments, Proceedings of the EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia, and Telecommunications, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Krug, D. & Dallas, J. (2007). Final Report for the Game On Project: Digital Game-based Learning and Education. Inukshuk Wireless Inc. 1-15.

Krug, D. & Parker, A. (2007). Miracles of the spirit: Folk, art, and stories from Wisconsin. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi.

Krug, D. Dallas, J., Arntzen, J, DaSilva, P., Feng, F., & Whitney, K.   (Eds.). (2007). Game On: The Dream. The Power of the Arts. Companion Online Book and Course developed for Secondary Online Education. Open Schools BC, Victoria, British Columbia Canada. (150 pages).

Krug, D. (2007). Teacher Education Commons: Secondary Program. Social Networking Platform for Teachers. Online Publication. http://l2.cust.educ.ubc.ca/drupaled (secure site) curriculum & digital media.

Krug. D. (Ed.). (2006). “Art and Ecology: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Curriculum,” (Second Edition). The Green Museum: An Online Museum of Environmental Art, San Francisco, California. (660 pages). http://greenmuseum.org/

Krug, D. & Arntzen, J. (2010). Ecologies of learning: Efficacious learning and ICT pedagogical and technological adaptability. In Siran Mukerji and Purnendu Tripathi (Eds.), Cases on Interactive Technology Environments and Transnational Collaboration: Concerns and Perspectives (pp. 74-93). IGI Global.

Krug, D., Arntzen, J., Collins, C., Freston, G., Humphries, J., Layzell, A., Kennedy, E., Liu, A., MacDonald, T.,  McKenna, K., Mckenzie, K., Morissette, S., Ricketts, K., Skoglund, M., Wang, Y.,  & Zhang, Z., (2006). Teacher Education Students Sow Seeds of Possibility: Teaching and Learning with Information and Communication Technologies, Proceedings from the Westcast Conference. Languages of Learning, (February 15-18). University of British Columbia,

Krug, D. (2006). Art and Ecology: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Curriculum (Second Edition). The Green Museum: An Online Museum of Environmental Art, San Francisco, CA. (Online elearning space publication – 660 pages).

Krug, D., Arntzen, J., Collins, C., Freston, G., Humphries, J., Layzell, A., Kennedy, E., Liu, A., MacDonald, T., McKenna, K., Mckenzie, K., Morissette, S., Ricketts, K., Skoglund, M., Wang, Y.,  & Zhang, Z., (2006). Teacher Education Students Sow Seeds of Possibility: Teaching and Learning with Information and Communication Technologies, Educational Insights. 10(2), 95-111.

Krug, D. (2006). A Preliminary Survey of Children’s Moral and Ethical ICT Issues in Canada. Contents Research & Development Group, Educational Research & Development Center, Benesse Corporation, Tokyo.

Krug, D., Echols, F., Wynston, G., & Seeds Graduate Mentors (2005-06). Report: The Seeds of Possibility: Integrating ICT into the Teacher Education Two-year Elementary Program. Faculty of Education Dean’s Learning Technology Funds, The University of British Columbia. 1-12.

Krug. D. (Ed.). (2004-2007). “Seeds of Possibility Educational Portal: Integrating Information and Communication Technologies into the Two-year Elementary Education Program.” Digital Communication and Teaching and Learning Space, curriculum & digital media.

Krug, D. (2005). Pedagogy, Multimedia, and Distance Education: Developing Critical Inquiry through Virtual Communities and Communication Spaces. Building Global Learning Communities,  BCED Online Conference, Richmond, British Columbia. Webcast: http://present.bccampus.ca/p94232245/

Krug, D. (2005). Video Ethnography and Visual Culture. Online Publication. http://www.miraclesofthespirit.com/ curriculum & digital media.

Krug. D. (2004). “Fear No Art: Issues in Contemporary Art” Electronic Teaching Module for Educators, Online Publication, curriculum & digital media.

Krug, D. (2004). Lights, Camera, Conversations? Using Digital Media to Talk with Artists in Our Local Communities. In K. Grauer & R. Irwin (Eds.). Teaching Art in Elementary Education, Friesens Publishing.

Krug, D. (2004) Representation, Visualization, and Simulations in Electronic Learning Environments, Journal of Aesthetic Education, (Translation Chinese/Mandarin- Dr. Shwu-meei Chen) (pp. 24-35), National Taiwan Arts Education Center, Taipei, Taiwan. 

Krug, D. (2003) Contemporary Issues of Educational Technologies in a Rapidly Changing World of Digital Media. In ANZAAE (Ed.), Nga Waka (CD-ROM). Auckland: ANZAAE.

Krug. D. (2003). “Identity and Place in Contemporary Art,” Professional Education elearning space/CDROM for the PBS/art:21 video series,” Art in the Twenty-First Century,” Worcester, MA: Davis Publications.

Krug, D. (2003). What color   are the stars in the universe: Contemporary issues of art, culture, and aesthetics in a rapidly changing world of digital media, electronic learning environments, and virtual education. Proceedings from the Aotearoa, New Zealand Association of Art Education, Auckland College of Education, Nag Waka Conference, 1-19.

Krug, D. (2003). Symbolic culture and art education. Journal of the National Art Education Association, 56(2),13-19.

Moll, R. & Krug, D. (2008). Using Web 2.0 for education programs on global citizenship: Addressing moral and ethical issues. Our Schools / Our Selves, 17(4), 107-115.

Namita, Y. (2006). Pulling Back the Curtain: Corporate Media Literacy and Media Education. Educational Insights, 10(2), 71-83.

Nashon, S., Nielson, W. & Petrina, S. (2008). Whatever happened to STS? Preservice physics teachers and the history of quantum mechanics. Science & Education, 1-31.

Park, H., Khan, S. & Petrina, S. (2008). ICT in science education: A quasi-experimental study of achievement, attitudes toward science, and career aspirations of Korean middle school students. International Journal of Science Education, 31(8), 993-1012.

Peterson, J. (2006). Digital as Poetic: C/A/R/Tographic Inquiry into the Anorexic Commons. Educational Insights, 10(2), 17-31.

Petrina, S. (in press, 2010). Techontology. New York: Peter Lang.

Petrina, S. & Rusnak, P. (2010). Curriculum and technology. In C. Kridel & W. F. Schubert (Eds.), Encyclopedia of curriculum studies (pp. 876-878) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Petrina, S. (2010). Technology and (human) rights: Review of Human rights in the global information society. Workplace, 17, 1-3.

Petrina, S., Castro, J., Feng, F., Hall, L., James, K., Kojima, D., Rusnak, P.J. & Trey, L. (in press, 2010). On learning, and the learning arts, sciences and technologies. Learning Inquiry.

Petrina, S. (2010). Educational Testing Service. In C. Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of curriculum studies (pp. 317-318). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Petrina, S. & Rusnak, P. (2010). Intelligence tests. In C. Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of curriculum studies (pp. 487-488). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Petrina, S. (2010). Academic freedom. In C. Kridel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of curriculum studies (pp. 1-2). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Petrina, S., Bartosh, O., Guo, R. & Stanley-Wilson, L. (2008). ICT literacies and policies in teacher education. In T. Di Petta (Ed.), The Emperor’s new computer (pp. 89-109). Rotterdam: Sense.

Petrina, S. & Weir, L. (2008). Commercializing academic freedom: R&D, technology transfer, patents, and copyrights. In S. Krishna (Ed.), Technology transfer: Intellectual property rights (pp. 76-88). Hyderabad, India: Amicus Books, ICFAI University Press. (Reprint of article).

Petrina, S. (2008). Academic freedom for K-12 teachers. In S. Mathison & W. Ross (Eds.), Battleground: Schools: An encyclopedia of conflict and controversy, Volume 1 (pp. 1-11). New York: Greenwood.

Petrina, S. (2008). Academic freedom for K-12 teachers. In S. Mathison & W. Ross (Eds.), Battleground: Schools: An encyclopedia of conflict and controversy (p. 1-11). New York: Greenwood.

Petrina, S., Bartosh, O., Guo, R. & Stanley-Wilson, L. (2008). ICT literacies and policies in teacher education: A survey of preservice teachers at the University of British Columbia, 2001-2007. In T. Di Petta (Ed.), The Emperor’s new computer (pp. 87-108). Amsterdam: Sense.

Petrina, S. (2007). Advanced teaching methods for the technology classroom. Hershey, PA: Information Science, Inc. (400 pp.)

Petrina, S. (2007). 2020 vision: On the politics of technology. In D. Barlex (Ed.), Design & technology– For the next generation (pp. 32-41). London: Nuffield Foundation.

Petrina, S. (2006). The medicalization of education: A historiographic synthesis. History of Education Quarterly, 46(1), 503-532.

Petrina, S. (2006). C&I high. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 3(2), 125-147.

Petrina, S. (2005). How (and why) digital diploma mills (don’t) work: Academic freedom, intellectual property rights and UBC’s Master of Educational Technology program. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, 7(1), 38-59.

Petrina, S. (2004). Luella Cole, Sidney Pressey and educational psychoanalysis, 1921-1931. History of Education Quarterly, 44(4), 524-553.

Petrina, S. (2004). The politics of curriculum and instructional design/theory/form. Interchange, 35(1), 81-126

Petrina, S. (2004). Recreating the student body: The Bowling Wars. In P. Vertinsky & S. McKay (Eds.), Disciplining Bodies in the Gymnasium: Memory, Monument and Modernism (pp. 74-98). New York: Routledge.

Petrina, S. (2004). Change and technology in the United States: A geography and history resource for students and teachers. Reston, VA: Council for Technology Teacher Education and International Technology Education Association. E-Book. (128 pp.)

Petrina, S. (2003). The educational technology is technology education manifesto. Journal of Technology Education, 15(1), 63-73.

Petrina, S. & Feng, F. (2006). On techno-theology and the sacred: Exploring technology and spirituality. In H. Middleton (Ed.), Proceedings of the 4th Biennial International Conference on Technology Education Research (pp. 337-349). Brisbane, QLD: Griffith University.

Petrina, S. & Guo, R. (2007). Developing a large-scale assessment of technological literacy. In M. Hoepfl & M. Lindstrom (Eds.), Assessment in technology education (pp. 157-180). New York: Glencoe-McGraw Hill.

Petrina, S. & Weir, L. (2005). Commercializing academic freedom: R&D, technology transfer, patents and copyrights. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, 7(1), 112-118.

Petrina, S., Castro, J., Feng, F., Hall, L., James, K., Kojima, D., Rusnak, PJ & Trey, L. (2008). On learning, and the learning arts, sciences and technologies. (to be submitted to the International Journal of Learning)

Petrina, S., Feng, F. & Kim, J. (2007). Researching cognition and technology: How we learn across the lifespan. International Journal of Technology and Design Education. 17(3), 1-22.

Petrina, S., Kaminski, J. & Feng, F. (2006a). Artificial educational insights and educational dystopia. Special issue of Educational Insights, 10(2), 1-129 + media productions.

Petrina, S., Kaminski, J. & Feng, F. (2006b). Artificial educational insights and virtual dystopia— The machine in classroom seven, ca. 2020. Educational Insights, 10(2), 1-5.

Petrina, S., Volk, K. and Kim. S. (2004). Technology and rights. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 14(3), 181-204.

Vertinsky, P., McKay, S. & Petrina, S. (2004). No body/ies in the gym. In P. Vertinsky & S. McKay (Eds.), Disciplining Bodies in the Gymnasium: Memory, Monument and Modernism (pp. 157-171).

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