Publications and Presentations
You can view my interactive list of my publications and presentations by clicking the image at left or you can download a pdf of my CV here.
Higher Education with Social Media: Applications in Student Affairs, Enrollment Management, Alumni, Careers, and other Functions chapter. “Social Media, Web 2.0 and Research: Case Studies from the Library”. 2011, Emerald Publishing.
Bracken, S., Martin, B. “A CHAT-based case study of informal adult learning and technology: BarCamp, the unconference”. Presentation at the Adult Education Research Conference, May 30– June 2, 2013.
Bracken, S., Martin, B. “Past Meets Present: Margaret Mead as a Case Study Discussion of Public Pedagogy and Public Scholarship”. Roundtable discussion at the Adult Education Research Conference, May 31- June 3, 2012.
Martin, B. “The Medium, The Message, and The Educator: Baudrillard and Adult Education”. Poster Presentation at the American Educational Research Association. April 8-12, 2011.
Martin, B., and J. Williams. “Implementing an Online/Hybrid Faculty Development Course: A Practical, Yet Research-based, Guide”. Presentation at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. March 7-11, 2011.
Hylton, A., B. Martin, and M. Rhue. “Buddies In Action: Building Information Literacy Partnership Among HBCUs”. Presented at the Black Caucus of the American Library Association. August 4-8, 2010.
Martin, Sarah. “The Search for Longitude” Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication as part of the Panel “Generic Spaces: Three Case Studies on How Genres Frame Possibilities for Learning and Understanding”, March 19-22, 2006.
Martin, Sarah. “A Historical Case Study of Genre and Technical Writing”. Paper presented at the 2005 Society for Technical Communication Student Chapter, February 10.
Martin, Sarah and Lisa Meloncon. “’You Say You Want a Revolution’: Rhetoric of Inquiry and [Re]Presenting Hypertext for the Writing Classroom’. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 24-27, 2004.
Davidson, Sarah (Martin). “Why do Engineering Students Hate to Write?”. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication as part of the Panel “Teaching, Learning, Researching, and Funding in a System of Distributed Cognition”, March 19-22, 2003.