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OVERVIEWS

Palaver Tree Online Software Overview.
(Web, Acrobat)

PAPERS

Palaver Tree Online: Technological Support for Classroom Integration of Oral History, PhD thesis, submitted April 2003. (Acrobat)

Encouraging Attitudinal Change through Online Oral History, in Proceedings of ICLS 2002 International Conference of the Learning Sciences, Seattle, WA. October 23-26, 2002.
(Acrobat)

Different Achievement in Online Oral History, in Proceedings of CSCL 2002 Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Boulder, CO. January 7-11, 2002.
(Acrobat)

What Do Kids Learn from Adults Online? Examining Student-Elder Discourse in Palaver Tree, in Electronic Proceedings of CSCL 2002 Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Boulder, CO. January 7-11, 2002.
(Acrobat)

Designing Palaver Tree Online: Supporting Social Roles in Community of Oral History, in Proceedings of ACM CHI 2001 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Seattle, WA. March-April 2001.
(Acrobat)

Palaver Tree Online: A Scalable, Constructionist Community of Oral History, Dissertation Proposal. Approved November 10, 2000.
(Acrobat)

Children and Elders Sharing Stories: Lessons from Two Online Oral History Projects, in Proceedings of CSCL 99 Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, Stanford, CA. December 1999.
(Web, Acrobat)

Building a Community of History, in Proceedings of CHI 99 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Pittsburgh, PA. May 1999.
(Acrobat)

Towards a Community of History, presented at HCIC 99 Human Computer Interaction Consortium Workshop, Estes Park, CO. February 1999.
(Acrobat)

American Timewarp: A Virtual Community of History, final project for The Design of Virtual Communities. Spring 1998.
(Acrobat, Figure 1: The Lobby, Figure 2: Place Artifact)

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

Kids and Elders Sharing Stories: Towards an Online Archive of Oral History Constructed by Kids, Society of Georgia Archivists Annual Meeting 1999.
(Web, PowerPoint)

PLUG-INS

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