Jennifer Wofford

Director, Extended Studies, International Programs and Extended Studies


Publications and Presentations

Wofford, J. (2018). The Category Romance Project: First-year Students Researching Romance. Researching the Romance Conference, April 13, 2018, Bowling Green, OH.

Wofford, J. (2016). Digital publishing and the future of print. Ithaca College - Longview lecture series, invited speaker. Ithaca, NY.

Wofford, J. (2012). Book Review: User-generated Content: Joseph Michael Reagle, Jr., Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia; Graeme Turner, Ordinary People and the Media: The Demotic Turn. New Media & Society, 14 (7), p. 1236-1239.

Corbit, M., Kolodiejz, S. and Wofford, J. (2011). Learning in virtual worlds: Assessment challenges and opportunities. In L. Annetta and S. Broniack, Eds. Serious Educational Games Assessment. Clemson University Press.

Wofford, J. (2010). Selling domesticity online. In Medias Res. Contributor, March 22, 2010.

Corbit, M. and Wofford, J. (2010). Assessing user-generated content in educational virtual worlds. International Conference on e-Education and e-Learning. Paris, France, June 21, 2010.

Wofford, J. (2010). ETSY K12: Adding the texture of youth. OCM BOCES Technology and Leadership Keynote Series invited speaker.

New Media Consortium (NMC). (2009). Horizon Report K12 Edition. Advisory Board Member.

Wofford, J. (2009). Book Review: Terry Harpold, Ex-Foliations: Reading Machines and the Upgrade Path. New Media & Society, 11, p. 1259-1261.

Wofford, J. (2009) Computationally-rich science education: A ten-year review of the journal of science education and technology (1998-2008). Journal of Science Education and Technology, 18 (1): 29-36

Mahar, J., Corbit, M. and Wofford, J. (2008). Virtual outreach through virtual worlds: A model for attracting and keeping women in computing. Paper presented at AACE E-Learn Conference, Las Vegas, NV, Nov 17-21.

Breck, E., Easley, D., Fan, K-Y D., Kleinberg, J., Lee, L., Wofford, J. and Zabih, R. (2008). A new start: Innovative introductory {AI}-centered courses at Cornell. In Papers from the AAAI Spring Symposium on Using AI to Motivate Greater Participation in Computer Science (AAAI tech report SS-08-08).

Wofford, J. (2007). Behind the chat: Evaluating learning in virtual worlds. Worlds for Information Science and Technology (WITS). Ithaca, NY.

Wofford, J. (2007). Are there boundaries in this virtual world?: Technology, Education, and Play. (February 2007). Presented at the 28th Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum. Philadelphia, PA.

Wofford, J. T. (2005) "Adult students imagining civil capital: College writing, capitalism and the common good". Dissertations available from ProQuest. Paper AAI3183009.

Wofford, J. (2005). Literacies in the Lifeworld: Adult Students Imagining Civil Capital. Presented at the 26th Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum. February, 2005. Philadelphia, PA.

Wofford, J. (2003). Adult Students’ Response to a Poem about Race. Spencer Urban Education Research Forum. March, 2003. Philadelphia, PA.