Schwartz, L. (2015). A Funds of Knowledge Approach to the Appropriation of New Media in a High School Writing Classroom. Special issue of Interactive Learning Environments on Learner Generated Designs in Participatory Culture. Download a copy.
Schwartz, L., DiGiacomo, D., & Gutiérrez, K. (2015). Designing “Contexts for Tinkerability” with Undergraduates and Children within the El Pueblo Mágico Social Design Experiment. International Journal for Research on Extended Education IJREE (3)1. Download a copy
Schwartz, L. (2014). Challenging the “Tyranny of the 5-Paragraph Essay”: Teachers and Latino Students As Semiotic Boundary Workers in Digital Space. Literacy. Download a copy
Schwartz, L. & Gutierrez, K. (2015). Literacy Studies and Situated Methods: Exploring the social organization of household activity and family media use. In Rowsell, J. & Pahl K. (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Literacy Studies. Routledge. Download a copy
Schwartz, L. H., Noguerón-Liu, S. & Gonzalez, N. (2014) The Compression of Time and Space in Transnational Social Fields: Mobilizing the Affordances of Digital Media with Latina Students. In Compton-Lilly, C. & Halverson, E. (Eds.), Time and Space in Literacy Research. Routledge.
Moll, L.C., Soto-Santiago, S., & Schwartz, L. H. (2013). Funds of Knowledge in Changing Communities. In Hall, K., Cremin, T., Comber, B., & Moll, L. C. (Eds.), Wiley Blackwell International Handbook of Research on Children’s Literacy, Learning and Culture. London: Blackwell.
UNDER REVIEW / REVISION
Schwartz, L. (Under Review, 2015). Navigating Semiotic Processes of Voice in the Arizona Borderlands: Fractal Recursivity in Classrooms and Digital Domains. Special issue of Learning Media and Technology on Voice and representation in youth media production in educational settings: Transnational dialogues
Schwartz, L. & Gutiérrez, K. (in preparation). Turn-Taking and Inventos: Examining The Everyday Game Play of Latino Children and Families.
Schwartz, L., DiGiacomo, D., & Gutiérrez, K. (in preparation). Health, Wealth and Family Time: How family routines, beliefs and circumstances intersect and shape children’s trajectories with digital media.
Schwartz, L., de Haan, M. & Hirzalla, F & Leander, K. (in preparation) Conceptualizing Transnational Social Media Fields: Im/migrant Youths’ Digital Media Repertoires in the United States and the Netherlands. In preparation for edited volume Webs and Flows: Immigrant Youth in Digital Diasporas and versions for journal publication.
Schwartz, L. (in preparation). Persistent Issues Affecting the Appropriation of Digital Media in Academic Spaces: Assessment, Access and Identity.