- “Digital storytelling and collective religious identity in a progressive to moderate youth group,” Lynn Schofield Clark and Jill Dierberg, Denver University. Final version to be published in Digital Religion, edited by Heidi Campbell. London: Routledge, 2012.
- “Digital storytelling as a form of faith formation,” Mary E. Hess, presented to the National Association for Media Literacy Education biannual meeting, Philadelphia, PA, July 24, 2011.
- “Learning religion and religious learning amid global cultural flows,” Mary E. Hess, Religious Education, Vol. 106, July-September 2011, pp. 360-377
- “Mirror neurons, the development of empathy and digital storytelling,” Mary E. Hess, presented to the REA/APPRRE annual meeting, Toronto, ONT, Canada, November 2011.
- Digital storytelling: Capturing lives, creating community. Joe Lambert. Berkeley, CA: Digital Diner Press, 2009.
- Digital storytelling, mediatized stories: Self representations in media. Knut Lundby, editor. New York: Peter Lang, 2008.
- Finding God in the graffiti: Empowering teenagers through stories. Frank Rogers. Pilgrim Press, 2011.
- Making is connecting: The social meaning of creativity, from DIY and knitting to YouTube and Web 2.0. David Gauntlett. Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2011.
- Storytelling for Social Justice: Connecting Narrative and the Arts in Anti-racist Teaching. Lee Ann Bell. New York: Routledge, 2010.
- A Local Community’s Christian Missional Imagination: Accessing, Cultivating and Assessing Missional Discernment in Civil Society. Johannes Gerhardus Jacobus Swart. PhD dissertation successfully defended in 2010 at Luther Seminary, St. Paul, MN. Information available: jannieswart27 (at) gmail (dot) com
- Digital Disciples: Reconceptualizing Adolescent Confirmation Instruction by Combining Biblical Storytelling and Digital Media. Roger McQuistion. DMin dissertation successfully defended in 2007 at United Theological School in Dayton, OH. Information available: poprkmcq (at) new (dot) rr (dot) com
- Media Literacy in Religious Education: Engaging Popular Culture to Enhance Religious Experience. Mary E. Hess. PhD dissertation successfully defended in 1998 at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA. Information available: mhess (at) luthersem (dot) edu
- Storymaking: A Narrative Pedagogy for Transformative Christian Faith. Nathaniel Girard Samuel. PhD dissertation successfully defended in 2013 at Boston Colege. Available through BC’s digital archive.
- Toward Tensegrity: Young Women, Narrative Agency and Religious Education. Claire Bischoff. PhD dissertation successfully defended in 2011 in the Graduate Division of Religion, “Person, Community and Religious Life section,” Emory University. Information available: claire (d0t) bischoff (at) gmail (dot) com