Makers,making,diy and hacking citations

As of December 9, 2014: Journal articles I’ve gathered around the topic of makers and making. Many read, a handful left to work through, and more to discover. Does not include books – update on those coming soon.


Bevan, B., Gutwill, J. P., Petrich, M., & Wilkinson, K. (2014). Learning Through STEM-Rich Tinkering: Findings From a Jointly Negotiated Research Project Taken Up in Practice. Science Education, n/a–n/a. doi:10.1002/sce.21151

Blikstein, P. (2013). Gears of our childhood: constructionist toolkits, robotics, and physical computing, past and future. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on …, 173–182. Retrieved from

Blikstein, P., & Krannich, D. (2013). The Makers ’ Movement and FabLabs in Education : Experiences , Technologies , and Research, 613–616.

Buchholz, B., Shively, K., Peppler, K., & Wohlwend, K. (2014). Hands On, Hands Off: Gendered Access in Crafting and Electronics Practices. Mind, Culture, and Activity, 21(4), 278–297. doi:10.1080/10749039.2014.939762

Dawkins, N. (2014). Do-It-Yourself : The Precarious Work and Postfeminist Politics of Handmaking ( in ) Detroit. Utopian Studies, 22(2), 261–284. doi:10.1353/utp.2011.0037

Fox, S. (2014a). Third Wave Do-It-Yourself (DIY): Potential for prosumption, innovation, and entrepreneurship by local populations in regions without industrial manufacturing infrastructure. Technology in Society, 39, 18–30. doi:10.1016/j.techsoc.2014.07.001

Golsteijn, C., Hoven, E., Frohlich, D., & Sellen, A. (2013a). Hybrid crafting: towards an integrated practice of crafting with physical and digital components. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 18(3), 593–611. doi:10.1007/s00779-013-0684-9

Goodman, E., & Rosner, D. K. (2011). From Garments to Gardens : Negotiating Material Relationships Online and “ By Hand ,” 2257–2266.

Hemmi, A., & Graham, I. (2013). Hacker science versus closed science: building environmental monitoring infrastructure. Information, Communication & Society, 17(7), 830–842. doi:10.1080/1369118X.2013.848918

Hemphill, D., & Leskowitz, S. (2012). DIY Activists: Communities of Practice, Cultural Dialogism, and Radical Knowledge Sharing. Adult Education Quarterly, 63(1), 57–77. doi:10.1177/0741713612442803

Kafai, Y. B., & Peppler, K. a. (2011). Youth, Technology, and DIY: Developing Participatory Competencies in Creative Media Production. Review of Research in Education, 35(1), 89–119. doi:10.3102/0091732X10383211

Kuznetsov, S., & Paulos, E. (2010). Rise of the Expert Amateur : DIY Projects , Communities , and Cultures, (Figure 1), 295–304.

Lindtner, S., Hertz, G., & Dourish, P. (2014a). Emerging Sites of HCI Innovation : Hackerspaces , Hardware Startups & Incubators, 1–10.

Minsky, M., Akshay, N., Amritha, N., Anila, S., Nair, A. C., Gopalan, A., & Bhavani, R. R. (2013). Soft Circuits for Livelihood and Education in India, 2–5.

Moilanen, J. (2012a). Emerging Hackerspaces – Peer-production, 94–111.

Roeck, D. De, Slegers, K., Criel, J., Godon, M., & Claeys, L. (2012). I would DiYSE for it ! A manifesto for do-it-yourself internet-of-things creation, 170–179.

Rosner, D. K. (2013). Making Citizens, Reassembling Devices: On Gender and the Development of Contemporary Public Sites of Repair in Northern California. Public Culture, 26(1 72), 51–77. doi:10.1215/08992363-2346250

Smith, C. D. (2014). Handymen , Hippies and Healing : Social Transformation through the DIY Movement ( 1940s to 1970s ) in North America, 2(1), 1–10.

Tanenbaum, J., & Williams, A. (2013). Democratizing technology: pleasure, utility and expressiveness in DIY and maker practice. Proceedings of the …, 2603–2612. Retrieved from

Thomson, C. C., & Jakubowski, M. (2014). Toward an Open Source Civilization. Innovations, 7(3), 53–70.

Toombs, A., Bardzell, S., & Bardzell, J. (2012). Becoming Makers : Hackerspace Member Habits , Values , and Identities. Journal of Peer Production, (5), 1–8.

Vossoughi, S., & Bevan, B. (n.d.). Making and Tinkering.

Weinberg, T. (2012). Making ( in ) Brooklyn : The Production of Textiles , Meaning , and Social Change.

Wylie, S. A., Jalbert, K., Dosemagen, S., & Ratto, M. (2014). Institutions for Civic Technoscience: How Critical Making is Transforming Environmental Research. The Information Society, 30(2), 116–126. doi:10.1080/01972243.2014.875783

Zapico, J. L., Pargman, D., Ebner, H., & Eriksson, E. (n.d.). Hacking sustainability : Broadening participation through Green Hackathons.

Zelenika, I., & Pearce, J. M. (2012). The Internet and other ICTs as tools and catalysts for sustainable development: innovation for 21st century. Information Development, 29(3), 217–232. doi:10.1177/0266666912465742


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ICT’s: emancipation, elearning and reflection. A reference collection.

This is a collection of references to articles I have engaged with, or am reading now, that can be easily folded into the category of “ICT’s: emancipation, elearning and reflection.” Motivation for building this collection was drawn from my reading of Grove (2012) this morning. Creating this collection was a somewhat reflective process for me as I began reviewing citations. There is a thread weaving these various articles together that could be woven into a greater whole.

Barab, Sasha, Tyler Dodge, Michael K. Thomas, Craig Jackson, and Hakan Tuzun. 2007. “Our Designs and the Social Agendas They Carry – Journal of the Learning Sciences.” Journal of the Learning Sciences 16(2):263–305. Retrieved February 14, 2011 (

Bryant, Susan L., Andrea Forte, and Amy Bruckman. 2005. “Becoming Wikipedian.” P. 1 in Proceedings of the 2005 international ACM SIGGROUP conference on Supporting group work – GROUP  ’05. New York, New York, USA: ACM Press Retrieved November 20, 2012 (

Cook, J. 2004. “Beyond formal learning: Informal community eLearning.” Computers & Education 43(1-2):35–47. Retrieved February 22, 2011 (

Donnelly, Roisin. 2009. “The nexus of problem-based learning and learning technology: Does it enable transformative practice?” European Journal of Open, Distance and E-Learning 2009(II). Retrieved January 22, 2013 (

Dudziak, Elisabeth Adriana. 2006. “Information literacy as an emancipatory process directed to social inclusion in a knowledge society.” Retrieved August 30, 2011 (

Grove, Kelvin. 2012. “Scaffolding reflective inquiry – enabling why-questioning while e-learning.” Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning 7(3):175–198. Retrieved (

Guthrie, Kathy L., and Holly McCracken. n.d. “Teaching and learning social justice through online service-learning courses.” The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning 11(3):78–94. Retrieved November 9, 2011 (

Hemphill, D., and S. Leskowitz. 2012. “DIY Activists: Communities of Practice, Cultural Dialogism, and Radical Knowledge Sharing.” Adult Education Quarterly 63(1):57–77. Retrieved January 2, 2013 (

Hughes, Janette, and George Gadanidis. 2010. “Learning as Community Service: Thinking with New Media – ProQuest.” Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia 19(3):287–306. Retrieved January 4, 2013 (

Hughes, Janette, and Lorayne Robertson. 2010. “Transforming Practice: Using Digital Video to Engage Students.” Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education 10(1):20–37. Retrieved January 18, 2013 (

Hull, Glynda A, and Mira-Lisa Katz. 2006. “Crafting an Agentive Self: Case Studies of Digital Storytelling.” Research in the Teaching of English 41(1):43–81. Retrieved (

Kellner, Douglas, and Jeff Share. 2008. “Educação para a leitura crítica da mídia, democracia radical e a reconstrução da educação.” Educação & Sociedade 29(104):687–715. Retrieved February 28, 2012 (

London, R. A., M. Pastor, L. J. Servon, R. Rosner, and A. Wallace. 2009. “The Role of Community Technology Centers in Promoting Youth Development.” Youth & Society 42(2):199–228. Retrieved December 14, 2012 (

SHOVEIN, JULIA, CAROL HUSTON, SHERRY FOX, and BECKY DAMAZO. 2005. “Challenging Traditional Teaching and Learning Paradigms: Online Learning and Emancipatory Teaching.” Nursing Education Perspectives 26(6):340–343. Retrieved February 14, 2011 (

Simon, S. 2011. “Using ICTs to Explore Moroccan Women’s Ideas about Their Emancipation.” Gender, Technology and Development 15(2):301–317. Retrieved July 2, 2012 (