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Scott, K.A. & Garcia, P. (in press). Techno-social change agents: Fostering activist dispositions among girls of color. Meridians.

Garcia, P. & Scott, K.A. (in press). Traversing a political pipeline: An intersectional and social constructionist approach toward technology education for girls of color. InterActions.

Ashcraft, C., **Eger, E., & Scott, K.A. (in press). A tale of two cohorts: Engaging a diverse range of girls in technology through culturally responsive computing. Anthropology and Education Quarterly.

**Lee, J., Husman, J., Scott, K. A., & Eggum-Wilkens, N. D. (2015). COMPUGIRLS: Stepping stone to future computer-based technology pathways. Journal of Educational Computing Research. 52(2), 199 - 223.

Scott, K.A., Aist, G., & **Zhang, X. (2014). Social justice and computer science exercises. International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, 6(2), 264-276.

Scott, K.A., Sheridan, K., & Clark, K. (2014). Culturally responsive computing: A theory revisited. Learning, Media & Technology.

Scott, K. & Clark, K. (Eds.) (2013). Digital Engagement for Urban Youth: From Theory to Practice [Special Issue]. Urban Education,48 (5).

Scott, K.A. & White, M. (2013). COMPUGIRLS’ Standpoint: Culturally responsive computing and its effect on girls of color. Urban Education, 48-5, 657 - 681.

Scott, K.A., Clark, K., Hayes, E., **Mruczek, C., Sheridan, K. (2010). Culturally relevant computing programs: Two examples to inform teacher professional development. In D. Gibson & B. Dodge (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010 (pp. 1269-1277). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Scott, K.A. (2005). African-American girls’ virtual selves. Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education Journal, 3, 1-23.

Scott, K.A. (contracted). COMPUGIRLS: Becoming ourselves in the digital age. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Scott, K.A. & Blanchett, W.J. (Eds.). (2011). Research in urban educational settings: Lessons learned and implications for future practice. Charlotte, NC: IAP.

*Vilchis, M., Scott, K.A. & *Besaw, C., (2014). COMPUGIRLS speak: Using digital media to begin a social movement. In B. Kirshner & E. Middagh (Eds). Becoming political in the digital age (pp. 59-79). Charlote, NC: IAP.

Scott, K.A. & **Solyom, J. (2011). Teaching urban education versus conducting research in urban schools. In Scott, K.A. & Blanchett, W.J. (Eds.). Research in urban educational settings: Lessons learned and implications for future practice (pp. 3-20). Charlotte, NC: IAP.

Scott, K. (2014). Code and treat: How school discourages some girls from pursuing STEM. Slate, http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2014/03/compugirls....

Scott, K. A. (2013). Zora Ball’s achievements: What are we missing? Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kimberly-a-scott/zora-balls_b_2744296.html.

Scott, K.A. (2010). Viewpoints: Looking at Black Arizonans through the prism of education Arizona Republic, http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/viewpoints/articles/20100410sco....

Scott, K.A. (2009). The new digital divide: Where are our girls? LeadCast Blog, http://www.niusileadscape.org/bl/?p=404.

Scott, K.A., Aist, G., Hood, D. (2009). COMPUGIRLS: Designing a culturally relevant technology program. Educational Technology, 6, 34-39.

Scott, K.A., (2016 April). Women education scholars and their children’s schools. Sympoisum at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Scott, K.A. (2016, February). Comforting the disturbed, COMPUGIRLS. Lightening talk at Google Ed Foo, Mountainview, CA.

*Berry, M. & Rodriguez, F. (2015, September). Shaping social justice dispositions through digital storytelling. Talk presented at Voices of Change: Sixth International Digital Storytelling Conference, Smith College, Northampton, MA.

Scott, K.A., Scott, A., Chapman, T., & Bryant, K., Chapman, Thandeka K., (2015, May). Girls of color and culturally responsive approaches to computing. National Center for Women Information Technology, Hilton Head, SC.

Scott, K.A. (2015, March). Digital equity for whom and to what end? An intersectional analysis of girls of color and technology. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Colloquium Presentation. Troy, NY.

*Berry, M., Scott, K.A., Zion, S. (2015, May). Fostering girl’s identities as techno-social change agents: An intersectional and mixed methods study. Poster presented at NSF ADVANCE/GSE Program Workshop: Broadening Participation through Innovations for Institutional and Educational Transformation, Baltimore, MD.

**Cadenas, G., Santos, C.E., & Scott, K.A. (2014, April). Digital media self-efficacy in adolescent girls of color: An experimental study. Paper presentation at the National Technology and Social Science Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

**Eger, E., Ashcraft, C., Scott, K, and Zion, S. (2014, April) Challenging occupational exclusion and stereotypes of computing education via culturally responsive computing curricula. Roundtable presentation at the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

**Hachiya, L.Y. & Scott, K.A. (2014, April). Exploring future time perspectives of girls of color in a culturally relevant technology program. Roundtable presented at American Educational Research Association’s Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

**Eger, E.K., Ashcraft, C.A., & Scott, K. (2013, October). Addressing barriers to advance girls and women of color in technology education and work. Paper presented at the Research on Women and Education Annual Meeting in Las Cruces, NM.

**Hachiya, L.Y. & Scott, K.A. (2013, October). Identity and self-perceived agency in a culturally relevant technology program. Paper presented at the Research on Women and Education Annual Meeting in Las Cruces, NM.

Scott, K.A. & Zion, S. (2013, April). COMPUGIRLS program scale-up: Preliminary findings. Paper presentation at AERA, San Francisco, CA.

Scott, K.A., Ashcraft, C., Zion, S., & Santos, C. (2013, January). COMPUGIRLS: Examining the possibilities and limitations of a culturally relevant technology program. Poster presentation at Hawaiian International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Santos, C., Scott, K.A., & **Krieg, C. (2013, January). The development and psychometric properties of a scale measuring racialized and gendered identities in digital media. Paper presentation at Hawaiian International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Zion, S., & Scott, K.A. (2013, January). Scaling up-embedding student empowerment programs in the school curriculum. Poster presentation at Poster presentation at Hawaiian International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

Scott, K.A., White, M., Gomez, K., & Daily, S. (2012, June). Developing students’ disciplinary historical thinking: the role of textual and instructional resources. Poster session presented at the ICLS Conference, Sydney, Australia.

**Lee, J. E., Husman, J., & Scott, K.A. (2011, November). COMPUGIRLS: Stepping stone to the future STEM Pathway. Poster session presented at the biannual meeting of the Southwest Consortium for Innovative Psychology in Education, Norman, OK.

Scott, K.A., Husman, J., **Lee, J. (2011, September). Motivation and culturally responsive technology for COMPUGIRLS. Itest Youth Motivation Convening, Boston, MA.

Clark, K. & Scott, K.A. (2011, April). Sustaining a research agenda for education, technology, media, and students of color. Professional development course at AERA, New Orleans, LA.

Scott, K.A. (2011, April). What is COMPUGIRLS? Paper presentation at AERA, New Orleans, LA.

Lee, J. E., Husman, J., *Maez, C., & Scott, K. (2011, April). The outcome space of the open-ended possible selves questionnaire of female adolescents in poverty. Poster was presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Scott, K.A. (2010, March). Intersectionality, digital equity and cyberfeminism. Workshop presentation at the UCLA Critical Race Studies Symposium, Los Angeles, CA.

Scott, K.A. & White, M. (2010, February). COMPUGIRLS: One-year of evaluation. Paper presented at National Science Foundation ITEST Summit, Washington, DC.

Scott, K.A. Chevalier, G., & Torrecillas, R. (2008, July). COMPUGIRLS’ experience with SCRATCH. Workshop presentation at SCRATCH @ Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

Scott, K.A., Anderson, L., **Zhang, X., Torrecillas, R., Chevalier, G., & Tyler, K. (2008, March). COMPUGIRLS: Technology program for girls. Workshop presentation at Microcomputers in Education Conference, Tempe, Arizona.

Scott, K.A. (2008, March). Teaching urban education versus conducting research in urban schools. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Scott, K.A. (2007, August). High achieving African American girls in desegregated communities. Paper presentation at the Association of Black Sociologists, New York, NY.

Scott, K.A. (2007, August). Interpersonal communication patterns of Black girls with lunchaides. Refereed roundtable at the American Sociological Association, New York, NY.

Scott, K.A. (2007, August). African American girls’ academic achievements and playground lives. Refereed roundtable at the American Sociological Association, New York, NY.

Scott, K.A. (2004, October). The impact of hip-hop on the global images for girls of African descent. Paper presentation at the International Congress of Comparative Education Society, Havana, Cuba.

Scott, K.A. (2004, August). African-American girls' peer groups in a state-operated school district. Refereed roundtable at the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Scott, K.A. & **Fisher, M. (2004, April). African-American girls’ virtual selves in a state-operated school district. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Scott, K.A. Lew, J., & Silver, M. (2003, August). Teaching race relations. Roundtable presentation at the American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA.

Garcia, P., Scott, K.A., *Berry, M. Beyond banking education: Assessing girls’ participation in technology education programs.

Blackmon, A., **Cadenas, G. & Scott, K.A. Mixed-Methods and social cognitive theory.

Scott, K.A. & Blackmon, A. Culturally responsive computing instrument.