Journal Articles and Conference Publications

  • C.J. Atman, J. Borgford-Parnell, Z. Goist, K. Deibel, J. Blair, C. Bodle, et al. Seeing and hearing design: Exploring how visual representations and sound tracks could be used to teach design. In Proceedings of the Design thinking and research symposium 8 (DTRS8), p. 25-37, 2010.
  • J. Borgford-Parnell, K.Deibel, and C.J. Atman. From engineering design research to engineering pedagogy: Bringing research results directly to the students. International Journal of Engineering Education (Special issue on applications of engineering education research), 26(4), p. 748-759, 2010.
  • C.J. Atman, K. Deibel, and J. Borgford-Parnell. The process of engineering design: A comparison of three representations. In Proceedings of the international conference on engineering design (ICED), 2009. [PDF]
  • K. Deibel. Course Experiences of Computing Students with Disabilities: Four Case Studies. Proceedings of the 39th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, p. 454-458, 2008. [pdf] [ppt]
  • A.G. Applin, H.J. Holz, W. Joel, I. Okoye, K. Deibel, B. Grasser, B.J. Oates, and G. Wood. A Multi-Perspective Digital Library to Facilitate Integrating Teaching Research Methods Across the Computing Curriculum (working group report). ACM SIGCSE Bulletin, 39(4), 184-203, December 2007. [pdf]
  • K. Deibel. Studying Our Inclusive Practices: Course Experiences of Students with Disabilities. Proceedings of the 12th Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE), p. 266-270, 2007. [pdf] [ppt]
  • K. Deibel. Understanding and Supporting the Use of Accommodating Technologies by Adult Learners with Reading Disabilities. ACM SIGACCESS Accessibility and Computing, 86, p. 32-35, September 2006. [pdf]
  • K. Deibel, R. Anderson, and R. Anderson. Using Edit Distance to Analyze Card Sorts. Expert Systems, 22(3), p. 129-138, July 2005. [abstract] [pdf]
  • K. Deibel. Team Formation Methods for Increasing Interaction During In-Class Group Work. Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE), p. 291-295, 2005. [pdf] [ppt]
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Workshops, Panels, Posters, and Conference Talks

  • K. Deibel. [Assistive] technology adoption and abandonment. First workshop on technology and disability in the developing world, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, October 2009. [Abstract (pdf)] [ppt] [video]
  • S. Read, K. Deibel, and T. Wright. Teaching sustainable online research practices across the curriculum: The Q6C Solution (panel). Computers and Writing 2009, Davis, CA, USA, June 2009. [Abstract (pdf)] [Presentation (ppt)] [Handout (pdf)]
  • S. Read, T. Wright, and K. Deibel. Q6C: A Transdisciplinary Process for Teaching Online Research Practices (poster). 2009 University of Washington Teaching and Learning Symposium, Seattle, WA, USA, 2009. [ppt] [Handout (pdf)]
  • K. Deibel, S. Read, and T. Wright. Q6C: A Multidisciplinary Approach for Teaching Online Research Practice (re-use of poster from SIGCSE 2009). iEdge Conference, ASIST+T University of Washington Student Chapter, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, 2009. [Abstract (pdf)] [Poster (ppt)]
  • K. Deibel, S. Read, and T. Wright. Q6C: A Multidisciplinary Approach for Teaching Online Research Practice (poster). 40th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Chattanooga, TN, USA, 2009. [Abstract (pdf)] [Poster (ppt)]
  • F.A. Appel, K. Deibel, C. Dianne Martin, J.D. Oldham, T.S. Purewal, Jr., and C.L. Spradling. From the Man on the Moon to 2001 and Beyond: The Evolving Social and Ethical Impact of Computers a Session to Commemorate SIGCAS' 40th Anniversary (special session). Proceedings of the 40th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, p. 333-334. [pdf] [ppt]
  • J. Boustedt, R. McCartney, K. Deibel, J. Huggins, B. Simon, S. Westbrook, and the Mystery Presenter. It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time (special session). Proceedings of the 40th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, p. 265-266, 2009. [pdf] [ppt]
  • T. Wright, K. Deibel, and S. Read. Across the Disciplines: Strategies for Teaching Cyber-Savvy. 2008 CIDR Teaching and Learning Symposium, Center for Instructional Development and Research, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, May 2008. [ppt]
  • K. Deibel. Sociocultural Factors of Assistive Technology Adoption among Individuals with Reading Disabilities. New Scholarship at the Intersections: Care, Work, and Diversity, Graduate Research Conference, School of Social Work, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, April 2008. [pdf] [ppt]
  • E.F. Gehringer, L. Cassell, K. Deibel, and W. Joel. Wikis—Collaborative Learning for CS Education (panel). Proceedings of the 39th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, p. 379-380, 2008. [pdf] [ppt]
  • K. Deibel. Adoption and Configuration of Assistive Technologies: A Semiotic Engineering Perspective. Proceedings of the 9th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS), p 237-238, 2007. [pdf] [ppt]
  • C.J. Atman, J. Borgford-Parnell, K. Deibel, A. Kang, W.H. Ng, D. Kilgore, and J. Turns. Matters of Context in Design. Published in proceedings of the Design Thinking Research Symposium 7, p. 267-280, 2007.
  • K. Deibel (Moderator). Student Panel: Personal Experiences in Class, Student Services, Recreation, Housing, and Technology Access. UW Institute on Creating a Welcoming Environment for Students with Disabilities, DO-IT, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, May 2007.
  • K. Deibel (Panelist). Student Panel: Student Disability Groups and Disability Advocacy on College Campuses. AccessCollege, DO-IT, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, February 2007.
  • K. Deibel (Facilitator), B. Rosmaita, M.A. Egan, R. Cohen, and R. Siegfried. Accessibility (Birds-of-a-Feather), 38th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Covington, KY, USA, March 2007.
  • E.F. Gehringer, K. Deibel, K. J. Whittington, and J. Hamer. Cooperative Learning—Beyond Pair Programming and Team Projects (panel). Proceedings of the 37th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, p. 458-459, 2006. [pdf] [ppt]
  • B.J. Rosmaita, R.F. Cohen, K. Deibel, and M.A.L. Egan. Accessibility and Computer Science Education (panel). Proceedings of the 37th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, p. 63-64, 2006. [pdf] [ppt]
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Book Chapters

  • K. Deibel. Moving towards inclusion: Course experiences of computing students with disabilities. In K. Kochhar-Lindgren (Ed.), University of Washington scholars on teaching: Disability studies pedagogy. Seattle, WA, USA: University of Washington Press, (in press).
  • C.J. Atman, J. Borgford-Parnell, K. Deibel, A. Kang, W.H. Ng, D. Kilgore, and J. Turns. Matters of Context in Design. In P. Lloyd, et al. (eds), About:Designing, Taylor & Francis. Forthcoming.
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Invited Lectures

  • K. Deibel. A real grand challenge: Designing technologies for college students with disabilities. Guest speaker in the Department of Computer Science, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, April, 2010. [ppt]
  • K. Deibel. Does this device make me look handicapped? How notions of disability and normalcy affect technology usage. Disability awareness week, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, April, 2010. [ppt]
  • K. Deibel. Inclusive teaching practices for supporting students with disabilities. Disability awareness week, Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, April 2010. [ppt]
  • K. Deibel. Students with Disabilities in the University Classroom. Guest lecture in POL S 595 College Teaching of Political Science, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, October 2009. [ppt]
  • K. Deibel. Inclusive Teaching Practices for Supporting Students with Disabilities. Practical Pedagogy Roundtable, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, February 2009. [ppt]
  • K. Deibel. Access Technology for Reading Disabilities & Access Technology Acceptance. Invited lecture in CSEP 590B Accessibility, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, October 2008. [ppt]
  • K. Deibel. Inclusive Practices for [Computer Science] Education. Guest lecture, Faculty Development Workshop, Digipen Institute of Technology, Redmond, WA, USA, August 2008. [ppt]
  • K. Deibel. Women in Computing. Guest lecture in CSEP 590A History of Computing, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA, November 2006. [ppt] [video]
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Online Conferences, Videos, and Lectures

  • K. Deibel. Current Issues and Research in Digital Literacies and Disabilities (asynchronous sakai discussion). Online Portion of Computers and Writing 2009, February 2009. [Abstract (pdf)]
  • C.J. Atman, J. Borgford-Parnell, and K. Deibel. The CELT Model: From Research to Teaching and Back Again. YouTube video for the 2008 CASEE Webinar, October 2008. [YouTube video]
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