1 BOOKS (Peer Reviewed

Black, J.  (2016). Sex/ism: eCHoes & reVERBS @ ivory towers. Toronto, Canada: WIA projects.

Black, J., Castro, J., & Lin, C. (Eds.). (2015). Youth practices in digital arts and new media: Learning in formal and informal settings. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

2 JOURNAL ARTICLES

Black, J. (2017). On creative culture: Art gallery workshops about Canadian indigenous art education.  In the International Journal Ukrainskyj Vymir, 6, pp. 50-59. Chernihiv, Ukraine: Chernihiv State.

Black, J. & Cap, O. (2016). Creative digital arts education: Exploring art, human ecology, and new media education through the lens of human rights. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 4,(7), 246-256. Retrieved from http://www.scirp.org/journal/jss/

Black, J. (2015). On art clubs and classrooms: Navigating artist/teacher identities by looking at Anne Savage and Arthur Lismer. Canadian
Art Teacher
, 14(1), 22-31.

Black, J. (2015).  Model new media video programs in arts education: Case study research. The International Journal of Arts and Education. 15(6), 1-26.

Vietgen, P. & Black, J. (2015). Eksperimenta! 2014. Canadian Art Teacher, 13(2), 42-49.

Black, J. & Cap, O. (2014). Promising practices in higher education: Art education and human rights using information, communication technologies (ICT)Journal of Inquiry and Action in Education (JIAE), 6(1), 33-50.

Cap, O. & Black, J. (2014). Portrayal of teachers in popular media: Pushing the frontier of collaboration with media business in pedagogy and technology. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2(5), 139-145. Retrieved from http://www.scirp.org/journal/jss/

Black, J. (2014). Overcoming problems integrating digital technologies in contemporary Art Education practice: Ten suggestions. The International Journal of Arts Education, 8(2), 1-14.

Black, J. & Cap, O, (2014). Human rights, information, and communication technology (ICT): A case study of Art Education teacher candidates. The International Journal of Civic, Political and Community Studies, 11(2), 31-46.

Cap. O. & Black, J. (2012). Digital comics in Human Ecology: Exploring learning possibilities using ICT with teacher education students. International Journal of Learning, 18(9), 27-44.

Black, J. & Cooley, M. (2011). Eksperimenta!: An international showcase for art by secondary students. The Canadian Art Teacher, 10(1), 30-35.

Black, J. and Browning, K. (2011). Creativity in digital art education teaching practices. Art Education, 64(5), 19-24 & 33-34.

Cap, O. & Black, J. (2011). Children’s artworks after the Orange Revolution: Self-expressions of political instability.  The International Journal of the Arts in Society, 5(5), 253-265.

Black, J. (2010).  Capturing capricious communities: Placed-based community education and digital art practices from early to senior years. Canadian Art Teacher, 8(2), 33-41.

Black, J. (2009). Necessity is the mother of invention: Changing power dynamics between teachers and students in wired art classrooms. Canadian Review of Art Education, 36, 99-117.

Black, J. & Cap, O. (2009). The Orange Revolution: Children’s self-expressions through their artworks. The International
Journal of the Arts in Society, 4
(2), 433-445.

Black, J. (2009). Case study research: Three model visual arts new media programs in Canadian secondary schools. Journal on
Education, Informatics and Cybernetics
, 1(3), 1-6.

Black, J., & Smith, K.  (2008). Inspired by the Poetic Moving Image. Art Education, 61(2), 25-29.

Black, J., Davidson, M., & Mullen, C.  (2007). Turning the clock “back to the future”: Some new media approaches to Art Education. Canadian Art Teacher, 6(1), 26-42.

Black, J. (2005). Art education and constructivism: A compatible, natural fit. Journal of the Ontario Society for Education through Art, 30, 20-7.

Black, J. (2001). Leonardo da Vinci and the products of technology: What kind of connection is there anyway? Among Teachers: Experience and
Inquiry
, 29, 16-22.

Black, J. (1996). Art media studies for at-risk students: What works? Canadian Review of Art Education,
23(1), 1-16.

 

3 CHAPTERS IN BOOKS (Peer Reviewed)

Black, J. (2019). Educators’ journeys studying contemporary indigenous history and culture: Along the road  of compassion towards reconciliation.                 In A, Jule (Ed.). The compassionate educator. (1st ed., pp. 51-72). Canadian Scholars’ Press.

Black, J. (2018). Digital technology in art classrooms: Connecting earliest ‘film flicks’ to digital video. In K. Grauer, K., Irwin, R & Emme, M. (Eds.), StARTing With… (4th ed.). pp. 202-211, Canada: CSEA Publications.

Black, J. (2017). Young adults’ collaborative research: A digital video research model. In M. Emme & A. Kirova (Eds.), Good question: Arts-based approaches to collaborative research with children and youth. (pp.169- 177). Canada: Canadian Society for Education through Art Publications.

Black. J. (2017). ‘digiARTand human rights: New media visual art integration for teacher candidates or avoiding the information, communication technology (ICT) vacuity using visual art education infusion. In M. Blatherwick & J. Cummings (Eds.), Creative practices in curriculum and teaching in the 21st century (pp. 163-173). Rotterdam: Sense Publications.

Black, J. (2011). CyberPedagogy: Looking at animations as an interdisciplinary exploration. In M. Blatherwick & H. Pearse (Eds.), What works: Innovative strategies for teaching art (pp. 117-120). Victoria, BC: Canadian Society for Education through Art (CSEA) Publications.

Black, J. (2011). Digital technology in art classrooms: Connecting earliest ‘film flicks’ to digital video. In K. Grauer & R. Irwin
(Eds.),  StARTing With… (3rd ed.).  (pp. 188-197). Victoria,BC: Canadian Society for Education through Art (CSEA) Publications.

Black, J. (2010). Intermixing image and text in new media: A dual focus. In C. Mullen & J. Rahn (Eds.), Viewfinding: Perspectives on new media curriculum in the arts (pp. 131-144). New York, NY:  Peter Lang Publishing Inc.

Black, J. (2006). Displacing student-teacher equilibrium in virtual learning environments. In J. Weiss, J. Nolan, & P. Trifonas (Eds.), The international handbook of virtual learning environments: (Vol. 1) (pp. 497-524).  USA: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Black, J.,  & Smith, K. (2006). Digital reflections: A late January cyberChat about “our gallery of the poetic moving image”.  In Paul Duncum
(Ed.), Visual culture in the art class: Case studies. (pp. 160-171). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Black, J.  (2005). From the still to the moving image: How to create an award winning video. In G. Szekely & I. Szekely (Eds.), Video art for the classroom (pp. 97-108). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Black, J. (2005). Those smart tech savvy students: How can teachers keep up? In G. Szekely & I. Szekely (Eds.), Video Art for the Classroom (pp. 119-125). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Black,J. (2005). “Cross-curriculum” community venture: Merging art and videography with science. In G. Szekely & I. Szekely (Eds.), Video art for the classroom (pp.165-176). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association