PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Summers, L. (2020). The right blend: SEL skills support teacher learning in person and online. The Learning Professional. 41(4), 32-36
Summers, L. & Linder-VanBerschot, J. A. (2015). Quality in the face of transience. The Quarterly Review of Distance Education 2015 Special Issue
Crepeau-Hobson, F., & Summers, L. (2011). A case study of a crisis team’s response to a hostage event at a public high school. Journal of School Violence, 10(3), 1-18
Summers, L. (2010, March/April). Culturally responsive leadership in school libraries. Library Media Connections, 10-13.
Summers, L. (2009). The value of social software in school library instruction, communication, and collaboration. Knowledge Quest, 37 (3), 47-50
Bak, C., Summers, L. & Flynn, W. (2005). Safety training: Just a click away. A study acceptance among staff of online compliance training. International Conference of the American Association of Blood Banks. Seattle, WA
Summers, L., Lohr, L., O'Neil, C. (2002). Building credibility through communication competency. Tech Trends, 46 (1), 26-32
Lohr, L., Villachica, S., Summers, L., Lowell, N., Roberts, S., Javeri, M., Hunt, E., Mahoney, C., & Conn, C. (2001). A cognitive map of human performance technology: A study of domain expertise. In Annual Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Presented at the National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. (24th, Atlanta, GA. November 8-12, 2001) (Eric Document Reproduction Service No. ED470122)
Summers, L. (1995). The poetry of thirteen. Colorado Journal for English Teachers. Fort Collins, CO: Colorado Association of Language Arts.
Summers, L. (1995). Why teach? Colorado Journal for English Teachers. Fort Collins, CO: Colorado Association of Language Arts.
PEER REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS
Summers, L. (2009). The advantages of a ning social network within a higher education program. The CU Online Handbook. CU Online: University of Colorado Denver
Summers, L. & Selzer, D. (2007). Content templates. In P. Shank’s (Ed.) The Online Learning Idea Book (pp.). San Francisco: Pfeiffer
Lohr, L. & Summers, L. (2006). Catherine nelson. In P. Ertmer and J. Quinn's (Eds.), (3rded). The ID CaseBook: Case Studies in Instructional Design. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall
Lohr, L. & Summers, L. (2002). Catherine Nelson. In P. Ertmer and J. Quinn's (Eds.), (2nd ed). The ID Casebook: Case Studies in Instructional Design, p. 158-165. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall
NON-PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Media Literacy Advisory Committee. (2019, December). Media literacy advisory report. Colorado Department of Education; policy report.
Summers, L. (2019, November 29). [Review of book: Teaching crowds: Learning and social media.] Open Text Library. Available at: https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/textbooks/teaching-crowds-learning-and-social-media; book review.
Summers, L. (2007). School library accountability and standards. Colorado Libraries. 33(1). Denver, CO: Colorado Association of Libraries.
Summers, L. (2006). Learning services’ online learning program keeps bloggin’ on. Centennial BOCES Communicator. Longmont, CO: BOCES.
Summers, L. (2004). Building an online community for 21st century
learning. St. Vrain Collegial Exchange. Longmont, CO: St. Vrain Valley Schools.
Summers, L. (2003). Quality online instruction may mean coming to class in your PJ’s. Centennial BOCES Communicator. Longmont, CO: BOCES.
Summers, L. (2000). Multiple learning styles in web-based courses. WebCT Blog.
Summers, L. (1999). Engaging the learner on the net. The Denver Business Journal.