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The Learning Space Rating System 2.0 (co-author) Design & Assessment Tool  Malcolm Brown, Joseph Cevetello, Shirley Dugdale, Adam Finkelstein, Richard Holeton, Phillip Long, and Carole Meyers (2017). The Learning Space Rating System v2.0. EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative. February 10, 2017 LSRS 2.0 
On "Thirteen Ways of Killing a Scrub-Jay" Conference Paper ISEA2015 Proceedings (International Symposium on Electronic Art) August 18, 2015 Extended abstract 
The Learning Space Rating System 1.0 (co-author) Design & Assessment Tool  Malcolm Brown, Joseph Cevetello, Shirley Dugdale, Adam Finkelstein, Richard Holeton, Phillip Long, and Carole Meyers (2014). The Learning Space Rating System v1.0. EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative. October 10, 2014  
How Much is Too Much New Media for the Net Generation? Book Chapter Cheryl Ball & James Kalmbach (eds.), Reading and Writing New Media. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press March 24, 2010 Amazon 
The Net Generation on Campus and Online Article Talking Stick, Association of College & University Housing Officers International (ACUHO-I), Volume 26, Number 4, pp. 38-56 April 10, 2009 http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/acuho/talkingstick_20090304/#/42 
Signposts of the Revolution? What We Talk About When We Talk About Learning Spaces (with Phillip D. Long) Article EDUCAUSE Review, Volume 44, Number 2 (Boulder, CO: EDUCAUSE) April 3, 2009 EDUCAUSE Review Online 
New Students, Emerging Technologies, Virtual Communities, and the College Residential Experience Book Chapter William J. Zeller (ed.), Residence Life and the New Student Experience (Monograph No. 5, 3rd ed.). Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition November 15, 2008  
Windows and Mirrors: Interaction Design, Digital Art, and the Myth of Transparency Book Review (Review of Jay David Bolter and Diane Gromala) Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies (RCCS), University of San Francisco May 15, 2005 http://rccs.usfca.edu/bookinfo.asp?ReviewID=317&BookID=270 
Constructive "Noise in the Channel": Effects of Controversial Forwarded Email in a College Residential and Virtual Community Conference Paper ED-MEDIA 1999 Conference Proceedings, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education June 19, 1999  
Composing Cyberspace: Identity, Community, and Knowledge in the Electronic Age Textbook New York: McGraw-Hill, 1998. January 10, 1998 Amazon 
Wired Frosh: A Case Study of Electronic Community Building in a Freshman Dorm Research Report Office of Residential Education, Office of Residential Computing, Stanford University January 5, 1998 http://www.stanford.edu/~holeton/wired-frosh/ 
The Semi-Virtual Composition Classroom: A Model for Techno-Amphibians Article Microsoft in Higher Education Case Studies, Redmond, WA: Microsoft Corporation September 15, 1997  
The Semi-Virtual Composition Classroom: A Model for Techno-Amphibians Article The Technology Source, Case Studies; Technology Tools for Today's Campuses, ed. James L. Morrison September 1, 1997 The Technology Source 
Encountering Cultures: Reading and Writing in a Changing World (2/e) Textbook Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Blaire Press/Prentice-Hall January 9, 1995 Amazon 
Electronic Mail and Small-Group Feedback Textbook Chapter Teaching Writing: Theories and Practices. New York: HarperCollins March 10, 1994  
Baja for Beginners Travel Stanford Magazine September 15, 1993  
The Captain's Table Travel Stanford Magazine December 10, 1992  
Books That Made a Difference: "Tristram Shandy" Book Review Stanford Magazine June 12, 1992  
Encountering Cultures: Reading and Writing in a Changing World (1/e) Textbook Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Blaire Press/Prentice-Hall January 6, 1992  
Congressional Hearings Spotlight Federal Support for Educational R&D Article Educational Researcher, January-February 1990, American Educational Research Association January 30, 1990  
The Annotated Book Jacket Blurbs for "Seduction by Light" Book Review (Review of Al Young) Palo Alto Weekly May 10, 1989  
Building a Multiracial, Multicultural University Community, Final Report of the University Committee on Minority Issues Editor University Committee on Minority Issues, Stanford University March 20, 1989 Stanford Digital Repository - requires authorized access 
A New Voice Emerges Book Review (Review of Ehud Havazelet) Palo Alto Weekly June 8, 1988  
The Once and Future Queen: Feminism in King Arthur's Court Book Review (Review of Persia Woolley) Palo Alto Weekly September 9, 1987  
Small Business Book Review (Review of Tom Parker) Palo Alto Weekly May 13, 1987  
Vector: A Thriller in Paradise Book Review (Review of Rob Swigart) Palo Alto Weekly March 11, 1987  
Amadeus Theater Review Palo Alto Weekly January 14, 1987  
Family Life in the 80s from a Gay Perspective Book Review (Review of David Leavitt) Palo Alto Weekly November 12, 1986  
Stanford Waits for Godot: Celebrating Samuel Beckett at 80 Article Cover feature, Palo Alto Weekly May 21, 1986  
An Unauthorized Peek Behind the Iron Curtain Travel Palo Alto Weekly November 6, 1985  
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