Publications

Petrides, L., Jimes, C., Middleton-Detzner, C., Walling, J., Weiss, S. (Jan. 2011). “Open Textbook Adoption and Use: Implications for Teachers and Learners,” Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 26(1), 39-49.

Petrides, L. (March 2010). “Big Ideas and Reform Fatigue: Working With Educators to Redesign Learning,” Education Week

Petrides, L. A. (Feb. 2008). “Fulfilling the Promise of Open Content,” Inside Higher Education

Petrides, L. A., & Jimes, C. (2008). “Building Open Educational Resources from the Ground Up: South Africa’s Free High School Texts,” Journal of Interactive Media in Education

Petrides, L. A., & McClelland, S. (Fall 2007). “Decentralizing Data Through Decision Support Systems: The Impact of Increased Access to Data on Decision-Making,” Journal of Applied Research in the Community College, 15(1), 7-15.

Petrides, L. A., Nguyen, L, Jimes,C., & Karaglani, A. (2007). “Open Education Resources: Inquiring into Author Use and Reuse,” International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, 1(1/2), 98-117.

Petrides, L. A. (Nov. 2006). “Knowledge Management, Information Systems, and Organizations,” Nonprofit Online News Journal, 59-70.

Petrides, L. A., & Jimes, C. (Oct. 2006). “Open Educational Resources: Toward a New Educational Paradigm,” iJournal Insight into Student Services, 14

Petrides, L., & Nodine, T. (Sept. 2006). “Crunching the Numbers,” American School Board Journal, 42-45.

Petrides, L.A., & Nodine, T. (May 2006). “Indicators and Outcomes,” ISKME Special Series: Part 4, T.H.E. Journal, 47-51.

Petrides, L. A. (April 2006). “Using Data to Improve Instruction,” ISKME Special Series, Part 3, T.H.E. Journal, 33-37.

Petrides, L. A. (March 2006). “Data Use and School Reform,” ISKME Special Series, Part 2, T.H.E. Journal, 38-41.

Petrides, L.A. (Feb. 2006). “Data Driven,” ISKME Special Series: Part 1, T.H.E. Journal, 39-41.

Petrides, L. A., & Nguyen, L. (2006). “Knowledge Management Trends: Challenges and Opportunities for Educational Institutions.” In Amy Metcalf (Ed.), Knowledge Management and Higher Education: A Critical Analysis, (pp. 21-34). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.

Petrides, L., & Nodine, T. (Spring 2005). “Accountability and Information Practices in the California Community Colleges: Toward Effective Use of Information in Decision-Making,” iJournal Insight into Student Services, 10

Petrides, L. (Nov. 26, 2004). “Democratize the Data on Campus,” Chronicle of Higher Education, B19-B20.

Petrides, L. A., McClelland, S., & Nodine, T. (Sept./Nov. 2004). “Using External Accountability Mandates to Create Internal Change,” Planning for Higher Education, 44-50.

Petrides, L. A. (Sept. 2004). “Knowledge Management, Information Systems, and Organizations,” Educause Center for Applied Research: Research Bulletin, 2004(20), 2-12.

Petrides, L. A. (June 2004). “Turning Knowledge into Action: What’s Data Got to Do With It?” Phoenix: League of Innovation in the Community College.

Petrides, L. A. (Feb. 2004). “The Democratization of Data in Higher Education: A Case Study of the Challenges That Institutions Face as They Seek to Improve Student Success,” ISKME.

Petrides, L. A., McClelland, S., & Nodine, T. (2004). “Costs and Benefits of the Workaround: Inventive Solution or Costly Alternative,” International Journal of Education Management, 18(2), 100-108.

Petrides, L. A. (Nov. 2003). “Turning Data Into Decisions,” Business Officer, 37(5), 25-28.

Petrides, L.A. (Oct./Nov. 2003). “Supporting Student Services and Learning Through Interactive Technologies,” Community College Journal, 74(2), 48-51.

Petrides, L. A. (Oct. 2003). “Strategic Planning and Information Use: The Role of Institutional Leadership in the Community College,” On The Horizon, 11(4), 10-14.

Petrides, L. A., & Nodine, T. (May/June 2003). “What Schools Can Teach the Corporate World,” KM Review, 6(2), 28-31.

Petrides, L. A., & Nodine, T. (March 2003). “Knowledge Management in Education: Defining the Landscape [Monograph],” ISKME.

Petrides, L. A., & Guiney, S. (Dec. 2002). “Knowledge Management for School Leaders: An Ecological Framework for Thinking Schools,” Teachers College Record, 104(8), 1702-1717.

Petrides, L. A. (2002). “Organizational Learning and the Case for Knowledge-Based Systems.” In A., Serban, & J. Luan (Eds.), Knowledge Management: Building a Competitive Advantage in Higher Education, New Directions for Institutional Research, 113, 69-84.

Petrides, L. A. (2002). “The Internet and Higher Education.” In Higher Education in the United States: An Encyclopedia, (Vol. 1, pp. 367-372). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Petrides, L. A. (2002). “Web-Based Technologies for Distributed (or Distance) Learning: Creating Learning-Centered Educational Experiences in the Higher Education Classroom,” International Journal of Instructional Media, 29(1), 69-77.

Petrides, L., Khanuja-Dhall S., & Reguerin P. (2000). “The Politics of Information Management.” In Case Studies of Information Technology in Higher Education: Implications for Policy and Practice, L., Petrides (Ed.), Hershey, PA: Idea-Group Publishing.

Petrides, L. A. (1998). “Higher Education and Professional Preparation.” In The Encyclopedia of Third World Women, N.Stromquist (Ed.), New York, NY: Garland Publishing.

Guest Editor-In-Chief (Fall 1997). Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 3(3).

Petrides, L. A. (1996). “A Study of The Gendered Construction of the Engineering Academic Context in Graduate School.” Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Stanford University, School of Education.

Keith, S., Sutton, M., & Petrides, L., et al. (1996). “An Action Guide for Girls’ Education,” Bay Area Girls’ Education Network, New York, NY: Women, Ink.

Petrides, L. A. (1995). “A Gendered Construction of Engineering in the Academic Context.” In Baker, D. R., & Scantlebury, K. (Eds.), Science Coeducation: Viewpoints from Gender, Race and Ethnic Perspectives, Monograph of the National Association of Research in Science Teaching, (No. 7).

Petrides, L. A. (1993). “A Look Inside the Pipeline: Women in Engineering Ph.D. Programs,” Gender Issues in the Classroom and on Campus, Conference Proceedings of the American Association of University Women.

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