Beach, R., Castek, J., & Scott, J. “Acquiring Processes for Responding to and Creating Multimodal Digital Productions.” In Adolescent Literacies: A Handbook of Practice-Based Research. Ed. by Kathleen Hinchman & Deborah Appleman. Guilford Press, New York: in press.
Lizarraga, J. Hull, G. Scott, J. “Translingual Literacies in a Social Media Age: Lessons Learned from Youth’s Transnational Communication Online.” In Multilingual Learners and Academic Literacies. Ed. by Daniella Molle, Edynn Sato, Timothy Boals, & Carol Hedgspeth. Routledge, New York: 2015.
“The Nerdy Teacher: Pedagogical Identities for a Digital Age.” Hull, G. Scott, J. & Higgs, J. in Phi Delta Kappan. April 2014. Vol 95 no. 7. pp. 55-60.
Scott, J. “Conceptualizing Control” Introduction Chapter. In The First Year Teaching: Classroom Research to Increase Student Learning. Ed. By Jabari Mahiri & Sarah Warshauer Freedman. Teachers College Press: New York: 2014.
Castek, J. Beach, R. Scott, J. Cotanch, H. “Examining Middle School Students’ Use of Digo Annotations to Engage in Collaborative Argumentation.” Digital Tools for Writing Instruction in K-12 Settings: Student Perceptions and Experiences. Ed. By Rebecca Anderson & Clif Mims. IGI Global. Hershey PA: 2014
Hull, G. & Scott, J. “Curating and creating online: Identity, authorship, and viewing in a digital age.” In Museum communication and social media: The connected museum. Ed. Drotner, K. & Shroder, K. Routledge, New York: 2013.
Scott, J. & Heyer, O. “Collabosphere: Remix and Engage.” Learning Impact Leadership Institute Annual Conference. IMS Global; San Antonio: May 2016.
Scott, J. & Hull, G. “Online & Blended Course Design with SuiteC” UC Links Conference. UC Berkeley: March 2015.
Castek, J. Beach, R. Scott, J. Cotanch, H. “Examining Middle School Students’ Use of Web –Based Annotations to Engage in Scientific Argumentation.” AERA. Philadelphia, PA. April 2014. Paper
Lizarraga, J. Scott, J. Hull, G. “Speaking Spanish Con Los Friends.” AERA. Philadelphia, PA. April 2014. Paper
Turner, S. & Scott, J. “In and Out of the Light: Locked Doors Transformed. AERA. Philadelphia, PA. April 2014. Paper
“Opportunities for Consideration in K-12 Education.” Online Learning Summit. UC Berkeley. March 2014. Facilitated by Jenn Stringer. Panelists: David Malone, Justin Reich, & John Scott.
Hull, G. Scott, J. Whittle, R. “Collabosphere and Ed140 Online Course.” UC Links Conference. UC Berkeley. March 2014.
Scott, J & Higgs, J. “Communities of creation: Engaging teachers with new technologies through a practice-based approach.” AERA. San Francisco, CA. April 2013. Paper
Scott, J. “Authoring Ambiguous Media Texts: The Story of Bloody Lenny.” Literacy Research Association Annual Conference. San Diego, CA. December 2012. Paper
Domingo, M, Jeffrey, J, Scott, J, Fransman, J. “Digital textual productions across transnational networks: Educational and ethnographic considerations for literacy research in the 21st century.” Penn Ethnography Forum. Philadelphia, PA. February 2012. Group Session, Paper.
Smith, A, Scott, J, Wallace T, Anderson, D, Davis, Laura, Hall, Matt. “Textures of social media exchange: Youth identity and digital aesthetics in a global learning environment.” AERA. Vancouver, Canada. April 2012. Panel
Hull, G, Stornaiuolo, A, Scott, J, Erstad, O, Frankel, K, & Kenny, N. “From Oz to India: Researching participation of adolescents on an international social network.” Digital Media and Learning Conference. Long Beach, California. March 3 -5, 2011
Scott, J. “Social networking sites: Capital exchanges on an electric medium and the construction of youth identity.” American Education Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado. May 02, 2010. Paper
Turner S. & Scott, J. “Transforming incarcerated youth: Exploring new possibilities for disenfranchised students and their teachers to shape and negotiate multimodal literacy practices in the classroom through the arts.” American Education Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting. Denver, Colorado. May 02, 2010. Paper
Turner S. & Scott, J. “At-risk youth, literacy, and research: Imagining new possibilities for knowledge to be shaped and shared through the blending of arts, media, and semiotic design.” National Council of Teachers of English-NCTEAR. University of Pittsburgh. February 20, 2010. Paper.
Turner, S. & Scott, J. “Giving voice to the margins: Exploring new possibilities for disenfranchised students to shape and negotiate multimodal literacy practices in the classroom.” National Council of Teachers of English-NCTEAR. UCLA. February 14, 2009. Paper.
Turner, S., & Scott, J. “Giving voice to the margins: What are the transformative possibilities using performing and visual arts within a multi-modal literacy framework?” Interacting with Immersive Worlds Conference. Brock University, Canada. June 6, 2007.