Akcaoglu, M., & Green, L. (accepted). Teaching systems thinking through game design. Educational Technology Research & Development.
Johnston, M., & Green, L. (2018). Still polishing the diamond: School library research over the last decade. School Library Research, 21.
Green, L., & Grigsby, S. (Sep/Oct, 2017) “Beyond the horizon: Perspectives that inform our professional future” Guest co-editor for special issue of Knowledge Quest, 46(1).
Green, L. (2014). Through the looking glass: Examining technology integration in school librarianship. Knowledge Quest, 43(1), 36-43.
Green, L. S., Inan, F. A., & Maushak, N. (2014). A case study: The role of student-generated vidcasts in K-12 language learner academic language and content acquisition. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 46(3), 297-324.
Green, L. S., Hechter, R. P., Tysinger, P. D. & Chassereau, K. (2014). Mobile app selection for 5th through 12th grade science: The development of the MASS rubric. Computers & Education, 75, 65-71.
Green, L. (2013). Revisiting digital video as a technology tool for guided inquiry. School Library Monthly, 30(3), 32-34.
Green, L. S., Kennedy, K., Chassereau, K. & Schriver, M. (2013). Where technology and science collide: A co-teaching experience between middle grades science methods and instructional technology faculty. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 21(4), 385-408.
Green, L. S. (2013). Language learning through a lens: The case for digital storytelling in the second language classroom. School Libraries Worldwide, 19(2), 23-36.