Publications and Presentations

Works as part of the Qualitative CHATTER'D Team
The Qualitative CHATTER'D Team is a research team led by Lisa Yamagata-Lynch at the University of Tennessee. This page highlights Lisa's work that is listed below, as part of the CHATTER'D Team work.

Selected Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Do, J., & Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., (in press). Designing and developing cell phone applications for qualitative research. Qualitative Inquiry.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., Deshpande, D., R., Do, J., Garty, E., Mastrogiovanni, J. M., & Teauge, S. J. (in press). Net neutrality and implications to online learning. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., Do, J., Deshpande, D., R., Skutnik, A. L., Murphy, B., & Garty, E. (2017). Narrative inquiry with activity systems: A story about net neutrality. International Journal of Qualitative Methods. 16(1), 1-11.

Howard, C. D., Staples, C., Dubreil, S, & Yamagata-Lynch, L. C. (2016). Engaging the design process as a means for French language learning: The app farm design.
 International Journal of Designs for Learning. 7(3), 42-61.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., Skutnik, A. L., Garty, E, & Do, J. (2016). Interactionist qualitative research as a semiotic mediated activity. SAGE Open 6(3).

York, C. S., Yamagata-Lynch, L. C. & Smaldino, E. S. (2016). Adult reflection in a graduate-level online distance education course. Reflective Practice. 17(1), 40-58.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., & Paulus, T. (2015). Enacting collective design intentions in an online graduate level introductory instructional technology course. International Journal of Designs for Learning. 6(1), 26-53.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., Do, J., Skutnik, A. L., Thompson, D. J., Stephens, A. F., & Tays, C. A. (2015). Design lessons about participatory self-directed online learning in a graduate level instructional technology course. Open Learning. 30(2) 178-189. doi:10.1080/02680513.2015.1071244

Smaldino, S. & Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., (2015). The course-in-a- box: Design issues. TechTrends. 59(4), 71-77.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., Cowan, J., & Luetkehans, L. M., (2015). Transforming disruptive technology into sustainable technology: Understanding the front-end design of an online program at a brick-and-mortar university. The Internet and Higher Education. 26, 10-18. doi:10.1016/j.iheduc.2015.03.002

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C. & Luetkehans, L. M. (2014). Longitudinal design case of a university preservice technology integration curriculum. International Journal of Designs for Learning. 5(1), 25-42.

Book

Selected Book Chapters

Peer Reviewed
Yamagata-Lynch, L. C. (2014). Understanding and examining design activities with Cultural Historical Activity Theory. In B. Hokanson & A. Gibbons (Eds). Design in educational technology: Design thinking, design process, and the design studio. pp. 89-106. New York: Springer.

Invited
Harness, M., & Yamagata-Lynch, L. C, (2016). Systemic tensions in American teacher unions: An activity systems analysis of teacher unions and their role in society. In D. Gedera, & P. Williams (Eds). Activity theory in education: Research and practice. pp. 71-85. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. (2013). Cultural historical activity theory. In R. Richey (Ed.)
Encyclopedia of terminology of educational communications and technology. pp 69-71. New York: Springer.

Technical Report

Garty, E., Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., & IT595 2014 Course Members, (2015). Ethical needs for collecting citizen input for future planning in Cleveland, TN. University of Tennessee Smart Communities Course Report.

Current Projects

Stephens, C. A., Brawner, S., Donaldson, J., Yamagata-Lynch, L. (under review). Leadership Attainment of 14 Women in Agriculture: A Qualitative Study.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C. (in preparation). Examining the Crisis in Psychology and its Relevance to Cultural Historical Activity Theory.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., & Garty, E. (in preparation). Making ethical design issues real in an online instructional technology course through community engagement activities.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., (data analysis). Reflecting on design as an object-oriented activity.

Future Projects

Alternative views in the history of psychology.

Turning your dissertation into peer reviewed conference presentations and journal articles.

Recent Conference Presentations


Skutnik, A. L., & Yamagata-Lynch, L. C. (2017). Digital syllabuses as tools for course design in Engineering. Paper presented at the Annual Conferences of the Jean Piaget Society, San Francisco, CA.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., Despande, D. R., Do., J., Garty E., Mastrogiovanni, J. M., & Teauge, S., J. (2017). Net neutrality and its implications to online learning. Paper presented at the Annual Conferences of the Jean Piaget Society, San Francisco, CA.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., Skutnik, A. L., & Do, J. (2016). A relational and transactional approach in understanding human psychology with semiotic mediated action. International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., Do, J., Deshpande, D. R., & Skutnik, A. L. (2016). Narrative storytelling with Activity Systems Analysis. Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association, Washington DC.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., Deshpande, D. R., Do, J., & Skutnik, A. L. (2016). Net neutrality and implications to instructional technology. Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association, Washington DC.

Do, J. & Yamagata-Lynch, L. C. (2015). An instructor/designer’s lessons from designing a mobile app for engaging undergraduate students in reflective learning practice. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Educational Communication and Technology, Indianapolis, IN.

Yamagata-Lynch, L. C., Garty, E., & Do, J. (2015). Making ethical design issues real in an online instructional technology course through community engagement activities. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Educational Communication and Technology, Indianapolis, IN.


Last Updated July 8, 2017

Contact me at LisaYL@utk.edu for work related messages and LisaYamagataLynch@gmail.com for personal messages.