2010 Co-Editor: Viewfinding: Perspectives on teaching new media in the arts.
2002 Single Author: Painting without permission. Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey
Chapters in Books
2010 Introduction Viewfinding: Perspectives on teaching new media in the arts,
New York: Peter Lang.
2010 New Media taught as art material: Tableau as inquiry, Viewfinding:
Perspectives on teaching new media in the arts, New York: Peter Lang.
2010 Video sketchbook. In Viewfinding: Perspectives on teaching new media in
the arts, New York: Peter Lang.
2009 Digital content: video as research. Handbook of quantitative image-based
research methods. Thousand Oaks, CA:SAGE Press.
2003 Crossing over: negotiating specialization in an interdisciplinary culture. Keynote Address presented at Interdisciplinary Conference, 20 pages. Regina, SK: Canadian Plains Research Centre.
Published Juried and Invited Articles
2006 Pieces and exploration of hip hop grafitti.University Gallery catalogue. University of Essex.
2003 White, B. (Ed.). New media, curriculum and audience. National Symposium for Art Education catalogue, 10 pages. Montreal: McGill Press.
2003 Emme, M. (Ed.) Technology, contemporary art, and education. Canadian Art Teacher. Canadian Studies Education through Art.
2001 White, B. (Ed.). Community, collaboration, and dialogue: New media curriculum and change. Canadian Review of Art Education, 28 pages. Montreal: McGill Press.
2001 White, B. (Ed.). Video as ethnography and teaching resource. CSEA Journal. Montreal: McGill Press.
1999 Art without permission. Material Culture Review. Ottawa: Museum of Science and Technology.
1998 Zimmerman, E., & Sacca, E. (Eds.). Autobiography as a tool in artmaking and teaching practice. Herstories, Ourstories, Future Stories. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.
1997 Outside art, hip-hop graffiti subculture. Halifax, NS: Catalogue of Folk Art symposium.