Booth, K., Eikey, E., Sanchez, J. Figueroa, J., Falana, A. 2020. “Expanding the REU Model in an iSchool Context: Exploring iConference’s Potential Role in Addressing Underrepresentation.” Accepted to iConference 2020 (Boras, Sweden).
Booth, K.M. , Peña, J., Pinter, A., Quigley, A., Eikey, E., Sanchez, J. 2020. “Design, Implementation, and Reflections on the Teaching of Computer Programming Modules to Underrepresented Students.” Accepted to SITE 2020 (New Orleans, USA).
Booth, KM., Trauth, E.M. 2019. “Moving Beyond Text: How Teens Evaluate Video-Based High Stakes Health Information via Social Media.” Accepted to iConference 2019 (Washington, D.C., USA).
Eikey, E.V., Booth, K.M., Chen, Y., Zheng, K. 2018. The Use of General Health Apps Among Users with Specific Conditions: Why College Women with Disordered Eating Adopt Food Diary Apps. The American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) 2018 Annual Symposium. San Francisco, CA. November 2018.
Eikey, E. V., Reddy, M. C., Booth, K. M., Kvasny, L., Blair, J. L., Li, V., & Poole, E. S. (2017). Desire to Be Underweight: Exploratory Study on a Weight Loss App Community and User Perceptions of the Impact on Disordered Eating Behaviors. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 5(10), e150.
Eikey, E.V. & Booth, K. (2017). "Recovery and Maintenance: How Women with Eating Disorders Use Instagram." Accepted at the 2017 iConference (Wuhan, China).
Booth, K., Eikey, E.V., & Trauth, E.M. (2016). A web of fitness "things": An exploration of social impacts and vulnerable populations. In M. Sheng, Y. Qin and L. Yao (Eds.) Managing the Web of Things: Linking the Real World to the Web. Burlington, MA: Morgan Kaufmann Elsevier.
Booth, K. & Trauth, E.M. (2016). Do this, not that: How teens make decisions about contradictory health information on social media. Proceedings of the Twenty-second Americas Conference on Information Systems (San Diego, CA, August).
Booth, K. (2016). “Teens and Information Quality: An Intersectionality-Based Dissertation in Progress Exploring Fitness Information and Social Media,” ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference (Washington DC, June 2016).
Booth, K. (2016). “From ‘Weight Loss Tips’ to ‘Fastest Exercise to Get Abs:” How Teens Search for Fitness Information Across Social Media Platforms.” Poster Session at the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference (Washington DC, June 2016)
Trauth, E.M., Cain, C.C., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L. and Booth, K. (2016). “The Influence of Gender – Ethnic Intersectionality on Gender Stereotypes about IT Skills and Knowledge.” Accepted for publication in The Database for Advances in Information Systems.
Booth, K. (2015). “Youth, Information Quality, and Fitness Information within Social Media: A Brief Look at a Dissertation in Progress.” Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference (Newport Beach, CA, June 2015)
Trauth, E.M. & Booth, K. (2014). “Reflections on Blended Learning.” In J. Carroll (Ed.) Innovative Practices in Teaching Information Sciences and Technology. London: Springer-Verlag (pp. 207-219).
Trauth, E.M. and Booth, K.M. (2013). “How Do Gender Minorities Navigate the IS Workplace? Voices of Lesbian and Bisexual Women.” Proceedings of the Nineteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems (Chicago, IL, August). Nominated for Best Paper.
Trauth, E.M., Cain, C.C., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L. and Booth, K. (2012). "Understanding Underrepresentation in IT through Intersectionality," Proceedings of the 2012 iConference (Toronto, CA)
Trauth, E.M., Cain, C.C., Joshi, K.D., Kvasny, L. and Booth, K. (2012). “The Future of Gender and IT Research: Embracing Intersectionality.” Proceedings of the ACM SIGMIS Computer Personnel Research Conference (Milwaukee, WI, May)
presentations & invitations
Booth, K. 2013. “Identity, Youth, and Information: How LGBTQ Adolescents Assess the Validity of Online Information and its Sources.” Presentation at the iConference (Fort Worth, TX)
Gomez, S., Booth, K., Katz, V.S. 2011. “Multiple configurations: Exploring Latina/o adolescents’ mediated lives,” Presentation at the Rutgers University Multiple Childhoods, Multidisciplinary Perspectives Conference (Camden, NJ).
Attended the Early Career Mentoring Workshop with the Computing Research Association for Women (CRA-W) (2015), Portland, OR.
Attended the Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research (CRA-W) Graduate Cohort Workshop (2013), Boston, MA.