Professor, Pratt Institute

Publications



Bowler, L., Rosin, M., Lopatovska, I., & Vroom, L. (2022). Co-designing data labs at the public library: Data literacy with, for, and by teens. iConference 2022: Information for a Better World: Shaping the Global Future, February 28 - March 4, 2022. http://hdl.handle.net/2142/113734

Bowler, L., Wang, K., Lopatovska, I., & Rosin, M. (2021). The Meaning of “Participation” in Co‐Design with Children and Youth: Relationships, Roles, and Interactions. In, Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 58(1), 13-24. https://doi.org/10.1002/pra2.432

Bowler, L., Aronofsky, M., Milliken, G., & Acker, A. (2020). Teen engagements with data in an after-school data literacy programme at the public library. In, Proceedings of ISIC, the Information Behaviour Conference, Pretoria, South Africa, 28 September - 1 October, 2020. Information Research, 25(4). Archived by the Internet Archive at, https://bit.ly/3a6DBwv

Bowler L., Akiva, T., Colvin, S. & McNamara, A. (2019). Facilitation in library makerspaces: A prototype for a professional development model. In, Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, Ljubljana, Slovenia, June 16-19, 2019. Information Research, 24(4), paper colis1937. Archived by the Internet Archive at, https://web.archive.org/web/20191217181602/http://informationr.net/ir/24-4/colis/colis1937.html

Bowler, L., Acker, A., & Chi, Y. (2019). Perspectives on Youth Data Literacy at the Public Library: Teen Services Staff Speak Out. The Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults, 10 (2), July 2019. Available at, http://www.yalsa.ala.org/jrlya/

Bowler, L., Julien, H. & Haddon, L. (2018). Exploring youth information-seeking behaviour and mobile technologies through a secondary analysis of qualitative data. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, Vol. 50(3) 322-331. Final accepted version available at, http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/90385/1/Haddon_Exploring%20youth_2018.pdf

Chi, Y., Jeng, W., Acker, A., & Bowler, L. (2018, March). Affective, Behavioral, and Cognitive Aspects of Teen Perspectives on Personal Data in Social Media: A Model of Youth Data Literacy. In International Conference on Information (pp. 442-452). Springer, Cham. Final accepted version available at http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/34855/1/ID379_FinaliConf2018_TeenABC-Dec3017.pdf

Acker, A. & Bowler, L. (2018). Youth Data Literacy: Teen Perspectives on Data Created with Social Media, and Mobile Device Ownership. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences 2018 (HICCS). January 3-6, 2018. Available at, http://hdl.handle.net/10125/50130

Bowler, L., Acker, A., Jeng, W. & Chi, Y. (2017). "It lives all around us": Aspects of Data Literacy in Teens' Lives. 80th ASIS&T Annual Meeting. Diversity of Engagement: Connecting People and Information in the Physical and Virtual Worlds. October 27-November 1, 2017. Washington, D.C.

Acker, A. & Bowler, L. (2017). What is Your Data Silhouette? Raising Teen Awareness of their Data Traces in Social Media. Social Media and Society International Conference, July 28-30, 2017.

Bowler, L. & Champagne, R. (2016). Mindful making: Question prompts to help guide young peoples' critical technical practices in DIY/maker spaces. Library and Information Science Research, 38, 117-124.

Fan, M., Liyue, Y. & Bowler, L. (2016). Feelbook: A Social Media App For Teens Designed To Foster Positive Online Behavior And Prevent Cyberbullying. CHI 2016, May 7-12, 2015, San Jose, CA.

Bowler, L., Monahan, J., Jeng, W., Oh, J. & He, D. (2015). The quality and helpfulness of answers to eating disorder questions in Yahoo! Answers: Teens speak out. 78th ASIS&T Annual Meeting, Information Science with Impact: Research in and for the Community. November 6-10, 2015. St. Louis, MO.

Bowler, L., Knobel, C. & Mattern, E. (2015). From cyberbullying to well-being: A narrative-based participatory approach to values-oriented design themes for social media. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(6), 1274-1293.

Bowler, L. (2014). Creativity through "Maker" experiences and design thinking in the education of librarians. Knowledge Quest: Journal of the American Association of School Librarians. 42(5), May-June, pp. 59-61.

Bowler, L., Mattern, E., & Knobel, C. (2014). Developing design interventions for cyberbullying: A narrative-based participatory approach. iConference 2014: Breaking Down Walls — Culture, Context, Computing, March 4-7, 2014. Berlin, Germany.

Bowler, L., Mattern, E. Jeng, W., Oh, J. & He, D. (2013). "I know what you are going through": Answers to informational questions about eating disorders in Yahoo! Answers: A qualitative study. 2013 ASIS&T Annual Meeting, Rethinking Information Boundaries, November 1-6, 2013. Montreal, QC, Canada.

Oh, J.S., Jeng, W., He, D., Mattern, E. & Bowler, L. (2013). Linguistic characteristics of eating disorder questions on Yahoo! Answers — content, style, and emotion. 2013 ASIS&T Annual Meeting, Rethinking Information Boundaries, November 1-6, 2013. Montreal, QC, Canada.

Bowler, L. Oh, J.S., He, D., Mattern, E., & Jeing, W. (2012). Eating disorder questions in Yahoo! Answers: Information, conversation, or reflection? 2012 ASIS&T Annual Meeting, Information, Interaction, Innovation: Celebrating the Past, Constructing the Present and Creating the Future, October 28-31, 2012. Baltimore, MD.

Bowler, L. & Mattern, E. (2012). Visual metaphors for modeling metacognitive strategies that support memory during the information search process. IIiX Fourth Information in Interaction in Context Symposium. August 21-24, 2012. Nijmegan, The Netherlands.

Bowler, L. & Mattern, E. (2012). Design techniques for revealing adolescent memory processes related to information seeking: A preliminary study. iConference 2012: Culture, Design, Society. February 7, 2012. Toronto, ON, Canada.

Bowler, L., Morris, R., Al-Issa, R., Cheng, I., Romine, B. and Leiberling, L. (2012). Multi-modal stories: LIS students explore reading, literacy, and library service through the lens of 'The 39 Clues.' Journal of Library and Information Science Education, 53(1), 32-48.

Cox, R., Ceja, J. & Bowler, L. (2012). Archival document packets: A teaching module in advocacy training using the papers of Governor Dick Thornburgh. The American Archivist, 75(2), 371-392.

Bowler, L., He, D., & Hong, W. (2011). Who is referring teens to health information on the Web? Hyperlinks between blogs and teen health web sites for teens. iConference 2011: Inspiration, Integrity, Intrepidity. February 8-11, 2011. Seattle, WA.

Bowler, L., Koshman, S., Oh, J. S., He, D., Callery, B., Bowker, G. & Cox, R. (2011). Issues in user-centered design in LIS (Special issue: Involving Users in the Co- Construction of Digital Knowledge in Libraries, Archives, and Museums). Library Trends, 59(4), 721-752.

Bowler, L., Hong, W. Y. & He, D. (2011). The visibility of health web portals for teens: A hyperlink analysis. Online Information Review: The International Journal of Digital Information Research and Use, 35(3), 443 - 470.

Bowler, L. (2010). A taxonomy of adolescent metacognitive knowledge during the information search process. Library and Information Science Research. 32(1): 27- 42.

Bowler, L. (2010). Talk as a metacognitive strategy during the information search process of adolescents. Information Research, 15(4) paper 449.

Bowler, L. (2010). The self-regulation of curiosity and interest during the information search process of adolescent students. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(7), 1332-1344.

Bowler, L. (2009). Dangerous Stories. English Quarterly, 39(2), pp. 53-55.

Bowler, L. (2009). Genres of search: A concept for understanding successive search behaviour. Canadian Journal of Library and Information Science. 33(3/4): 119-140.

Bowler, L. (2008). The metacognitive knowledge of adolescent students during the information search process. Information Beyond Borders: LIS interacting with other disciplines. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS), University of British Columbia. June 5-7, 2008. Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Bowler, L. & Large, A. (2008). Design-based research for LIS. Library and Information Science Research. 30: 39-46.

Bowler, L. (2007). Methods for revealing the metacognitive knowledge of adolescent information seekers during the information search process. Information Sharing in a Fragmented World: Crossing Boundaries. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. May 10 - 12, 2007. Montreal, QC, Canada.

Large, A., Beheshti, J., Nesset, V., & Bowler, L. (2007). Children's representations of taxonomic categories for application in a web portal: An exploratory study. In C. Arsenault and K. Dalkir (Eds.), Information Sharing in a Fragmented World: Crossing Boundaries: Proceedings of the Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS). May 10-12, 2007. Montreal, QC, Canada.

Large, A., Bowler, L., Beheshti, J. & Nesset, V. (2007). Bonded Design, intergenerational teams and the Zone of Proximal Development: Working with children as designers. McGill Journal of Education, 42(1): 61- 82.

Large, A. and Beheshti, J. and Nesset, V. and Bowler, L. (2006). Web Portal Design Guidelines as Identified by Children through the Processes of Design and Evaluation. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST). November 3-8, 2006. Austin, TX.

Large, A., Beheshti, J., Nesset, V. & Bowler, L. (2006). "Bonded Design": A novel approach to intergenerational information technology design. Library and Information Science Research. 28: 64 - 82.

Bowler, L. & Mittermeyer, D. (2006). Être bibliothécaire au XXIième siėcle: comment donner un sens à l'information. Documentation et bibliothèques.52(3). pp. 197-199.

Bowler, L., Large, A., Beheshti, J., & Nesset, V. (2005). Children and adults working together in the Zone of Proximal Development: A concept for user-centered design. In L. Vaughn, (Ed.), Data, Information, and Knowledge in a Networked World. Proceedings of the Canadian Society for Information Science and Technology. June 2-4, 2005. London, ON, Canada.

Large, A., Beheshti, J., Nesset, V., & Bowler, L. (2005). Web portal characteristics: Children as designers and evaluators. In L. Vaughn, (Ed.), Data, Information, and Knowledge in a Networked World: Proceedings of the Canadian Society for Information Science and Technology. June 2-4, 2005, London, ON, Canada.

Large, A., Beheshti, J., Nesset, V. & Bowler, L. (2004). Designing web portals in intergenerational teams: Two prototype portals for elementary school students. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 55(13), pp. 1140-1154.

Large, A, Nesset, V., Beheshti, J. & Bowler, L. (2004). Design criteria for children's web portals: A comparison of two studies. Canadian Journal of Library and Information Science. 28(4): 45-72.

Bowler, L., Nesset, V., Large, A. & Beheshti, J., (2004). Using the web for Canadian history projects: What will children find? Canadian Journal of Library and Information Science. 28(3): 3 - 24.

Large, A., Beheshti, J., Nesset, V., & Bowler, L. (2004). Children's web portals: Are adult designers on target? Access to Information: Technologies, Skills, and Socio- Political Context. Proceedings of the Canadian Society for Information Science. June 3-5, 2004, Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

Large, A., Beheshti, J., Nesset, V., & Bowler, L. (2004). Designing a children's web portal using an intergenerational team. Proceedings PISTA 2004. International Conference on Politics and Information Systems: Technologies and Applications, Volume 1. July 21-25, 2004, Orlando, FL, (pp. 222-227). Orlando: International Institute of Informatics and Systemics.

Large, A., Beheshti, J., Nesset, V., & Bowler, L. (2003). Children as web portal designers: Where do we start? Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, May 30-June 1, Halifax, NS, Canada. (pp. 139-152).

Large, A., Beheshti, J., Nesset, V., & Bowler, L. (2003). Children as designers of web portals. Humanizing Information Technology: From Ideas to Bits and Back: Proceedings of the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, October 19-23, Long Beach, CA (pp. 142-149). Medford, NJ: Information Today.

Bowler, L., Large, A. & Rejskind, G., (2001). Primary school students, information literacy, and the Web, Education for Information, 19, 201-223.


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