Amanda Hovious

Research Interests: 
  • Innovative learning technologies
  • Emerging literacies
  • Digital humanities
  • Theory development
Publication Citations: 

Shinas, V. H., Hovious, A. S., & Harper, I. (2019). The compelling nature of transmedia storytelling: Empowering 21st century readers and writers through multimodality. Toronto, Canada.

Hovious, A., Shinas, V. H., & Harper, I. (2018). Supporting student agency with transmedia. In L. Freund (Eds.), Building & sustaining an ethical future with emerging technology: Proceedings of the 81st annual meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T). Silver Spring, MD. Retrived from:

Hovious, A. (2018). Toward a socio-contextual understanding of transliteracy. Reference Services Review, 46(2), 178-188.

Hovious, A. S. (2015). Transmedia storytelling: The librarian's guide. ABC-CLIO.

Hovious, A. S., & Van Eck, R.,N. (2015). Digital games for 21st-century learning: Teacher librarians' beliefs and practices. Teacher Librarian, 42(5), 34-38.