Works In Progress
Armfield, D. “Remediating the visual: New theories for visual rhetoric.” Book prospectus in progress.
Armfield, D., McGrath, M., & Hill Duin, A. “Communication in the Age of Wearable Technology.” Book prospectus in progress.
Armfield, D. “Remediating the visual: how the postcard can change the ways we think about visual rhetoric.” Article in progress.
Armfield, D., Armfield, S., & Sujo-Montes, L. “Engaging Globally Distributed Virtual Teams through Collaborative Environments” Article sent out for review.
Armfield, S., Armfield, D., and Franklin, L., (2016). “Shaming and socially responsible online engagement.” TransMissions: Journal of Film and Media Studies. Volume 1.
Armfield, S. and Armfield D., (2017). “The Ethical Responsibility of Technology in Education.” In R. Papa and S. Armfield (Eds.), Wiley Handbook of Education Policy. New York: NY: Wiley Handbooks in Education.
Armfield, D. and Armfield, S., (2016). “Minding the Gap: Valuing Working Class Knowledge.” In R. Papa and A. Saiti (Eds.), Building for a Sustainable Future in Education: Brick by Brick. New York, NY: Springer Science+Business Media.
Armfield, S., Armfield, D., & Franklin, L. (2016). “The Shaming: Creating a Curriculum that Promotes Socially-Responsible Online Engagement.” In R. Papa, D. Eadens, and D. Eadens (Eds.), Social Justice Instruction: Empowerment on the Chalkboard. New York, NY: Springer Science+Business Media.
Armfield, S., & Blocher, M., Armfield, D. (2013). “Online Collaboration & Social Networking.” In R. Papa (Ed.), Media Rich Instruction: Connecting Curriculum to All Learners. New York, NY: Springer Science+Business Media.
Kastman Breuch, L., Horvath, B., Klug, S., Armfield, D.M., Thomas-Pollei, K., & Pigozzi, L. (2012). The ‘WRIT VID’ project: incorporating multimodal components into text-only online writing instruction. In A.H. Duin, E. Nater, & F. Anklesaria (Eds.), Cultivating change in the academy: 50+ stories from the digital frontlines at the University of Minnesota in 2012. University of Minnesota. http://purl.umn.edu/125273
Production Editor, Communication Design Quarterly (CDQ), (2015-present).
Assistant Editor, eJournal of Education Policy, (2013-present).
Assistant Editor for Technology, Written Communication, an International Quarterly of Research, Theory, and Application, (2010).
Associate Editor, Handbook of Education Policy (projected 2018 with Wiley Blackwell).
Armfield, D., McGrath, M., and Hill Duin, A. (2015). “Disrupting Identity through the Materiality of Wearable Technologies.” International Professional Communication Conference (ProComm). July 12-15, 2015, Limerick, Ireland. Limerick: n.p., n.d. Print.
Armfield, D., Kennedy, K., and Hill Duin, A. (2014). “The roles of networked learning, collaboration, and connectedness in the classroom.” International Professional Communication Conference (ProComm). October 12-15, 2014, Pittsburgh, PA. Pittsburgh: n.p., n.d. Print.
Armfield, D., Gurak, L., Li, Shuwen. (2013). “The Global Reach of Visual Communication: Pitfalls and Potentials.” International Professional Communication Conference. July 15-17, 2013, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Vancouver: n.p., n.d. Print.
Armfield, D., Gurak, L., Weinberg, J., & Kays, T. (2012). “Technical communication education in a digital, visual world.” International Professional Communication Conference. October 8-10, 2012, Orlando, Florida. Orlando: n.p., n.d. Print.
Armfield, D. (2011). Review of Multimodality: A Social Semiotic Approach to Contemporary Communication, by Gunther Kress. Technical Communication Quarterly, Volume 20, Issue 3, 347-349.
Armfield, D. (April 1, 2012). Teaching carnival. ProfHacker: Chronicle of Higher Education. http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/teaching-carnival-5-08/39294
Armfield, D. (2010). Weary Lot. In B. Wolff & B. Hara (Eds.), Photos for the Gulf (pp. 1). Composing With Images Press.
Armfield, D. (2009, May). Tired. Secrets of the City, May 22, 2009. Online.
Armfield, D. (2006, December). Inferno. JPG Magazine, Issue 7, 31. Print.
Armfield, D. (2005, July). Lessons of the Desert Southwest. Photoblogs Magazine, 4-9. Print.