Publications (selected)

Collier, D. (2019). Re-imagining research partnerships: Thinking through ‘co-research’ and ethical practice with young people, Special Issue, Studies in Social Justice, 13(1), 40-58.

Perry, M., Collier, D. & Rowsell, J. (2019). Reframing the digital in literacy: Youth, arts, and misperceptions. In E. Morrell & J. Rowsell (Eds.). Stories from inequity to justice in literacy education: Confronting digital divides (pp. 71-86). New York, NY: Routledge.

Harwood, D. & Collier, D. (2019). “Talk into my GoPro, I’m making a movie!”: Using digital ethnographic methods to explore children’s sociomaterial experiences in the  woods. In N. Kucirkova & J. Rowsell, (Eds.), The Routledge international handbook of    learning with technology in early childhood.  New York, NY: Routledge.

Eaton, J., Zupancic, T., Collier, D. & Gallagher, T. (2018, Nov/Dec). Digital collaboration: How a blogging project created meaningful learning partnerships. Literacy Today, 36 (3), 10-11.

Collier, D. (2018). Doodling, borrowing, and remixing: Children inquiring across digitized spaces. The Reading Teacher, 72(1), 125-130.

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Conferences (selected)

Collier, D. (2019, Dec, upcoming). Limits and potentials of ‘co-research’ and participatory  approaches in literacy research with children and youth. 69th Annual Literacy Research Association conference, Tampa, FL, Dec 4-7.

Collier, D. (2019, July). Going in circles and making community: Unpredictable collaborations with artists, youth, and researchers in post digital inquiries, Symposium: Discourses of the digital in globalized every day literacies: Imaging innovation in research. 55th Annual United Kingdom Literacy Association Conference, Sheffield, United Kingdom.

Collier, D. & Rowsell, J. (2019, July). Playing with family photos: Using arts-informed methodologies to see making as a collective process. 55th Annual United Kingdom Literacy Association Conference, Sheffield, United Kingdom.

Collier, D., Perry, M., Rogers, T., Rowsell, J., Nelson, E. (2019, June). Playing with digital divides: Stories from arts-informed research with youth in Canada and Scotland. ARTS,  Canadian Society for the Study of Education, University of British Columbia,       Vancouver, BC.

Collier, D. & Perry, M. (2018, April). Falling back into a digital divide: Youth and art in public and digital spaces. American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.