Paulus, T.M., Lester, J.N. & Dempster, P. (2014). Digital tools for qualitative research. London, UK: Sage Publications.

Paulus, T.M. & Wise, A.F. (Under contract for 2018 publication.) Researching learning, insight and transformation in online talk. New York: Routledge.

Articles published in refereed journals

  1. Stommel, W., Paulus, T. & Atkins, D. (In press). “Here’s the link:” Hyperlinking in service-focused chat interaction. Journal of Pragmatics.
  2. Giles, D., Stommel, W & Paulus, T. (In press). Microanalysis of online data: Introduction to the special issue. Journal of Pragmatics.
  3. Lubke, J., Britt, G., Paulus, T. & Atkins, D. (In press). Hacking the literature review: Zen and the art of the paperless literature review. Reference & User Services Quarterly.
  4. Paulus, T., Davidson, J. & Jackson, K. (In press). Digital tools and qualitative research: Introduction to the special issue. Qualitative Inquiry.
  5. Paulus, T. & Bennett, A. (2017). ‘I have a love-hate relationship with ATLAS.ti’: Integrating qualitative data analysis software into a graduate methods course. International Journal of Research and Method in Education 40(1), 19-35.
  6. Paulus, T., Woods, M., Atkins, D., & Macklin, R. (2017). The discourse of QDAS: Reporting practices of ATLAS.ti and NVivo users with implications for best practices. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 20(1), 35-47.
  7. Woods, M., Paulus, T., Atkins, D., & Macklin, R. (2016). Advancing qualitative research using qualitative data analysis software? Reviewing potential vs. practice in published studies using ATLAS.ti and NVivo, 1994-2013. Social Science Computing Review 34(5), 597-617. DOI: 10.1177/0894439315596311
  8. Davidson, J., Paulus, T.M. & Jackson, K. (2016). Speculating on the future of digital tools for qualitative research. Anniversary issue of Qualitative Inquiry 22(7), 606–610.
  9. Paulus, T. & Lester, J. (2016). ATLAS.ti for conversation and discourse analysis. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 19(4), 405-428.
  10. Britt, G. & Paulus, T. (2016). “Beyond the four walls of my building”: A case study of #Edchat and the power of connectedness. American Journal of Distance Education, 30(1), 48-59.
  11. Acuff, L. & Paulus, T. (2016). Narrative inquiry in diabetes research: Illuminating the psychosocial aspects of diabetes. PLAID Journal 2(1) 50-59.
  12. Paulus, T., Lester, J. & Warren, A. (2016). Applying conversation analysis methods to online talk: A literature review. Discourse, Context & Media 12, 1-10.
  13. Yamagata-Lynch, L. & Paulus, T. (2015). Enacting collective design intentions in an online graduate level introductory instructional technology course. International Journal of Designs for Learning 6(1), 26-53.
  14. Matza, L.S., Chung, K.C., Kim, K.J., Paulus, T., Davies, E.W., Stewart, K.D., McComsey, G.A. & Fordyce, M. (2015). Health state utilities of risks associated with antiretroviral treatment for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Value in Health 18(7), A590. DOI:
  15. Gabriel, R. & Paulus, T.M. (2015). Committees and controversy: Consultants in the construction of education policy. Educational Policy 29(7), 984-1011.
  16. Lester, J.N., Scherff, L. & Paulus, T.M. (2015). The ideological dilemmas inherent in informal learning spaces: A discourse analysis of preservice teacher talk. The Qualitative Report 20(6).
  17. Lester, J.N. & Paulus, T.M. (2015). “I’m not sure I even know”: Therapists’ tentative constructions of autism. The Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal 11(3).
  18. Giles, D., Stommel, W., Paulus, T., Lester, J. & Reed, D. (2015). The micro-analysis of online data: Methodological developments. Discourse, Context & Society 7, 45-51.
  19. Paulus, T. & Varga M. (2015). “Please know that you are not alone with your pain”: Community member responses to bids for membership in online grief support groups. Death Studies 38, 443-449.
  20. Varga, M.A. & Paulus, T.M. (2014). Constructing grief in an online support group. Death Studies, 38(7), 443-449.
  21. Lester, J.N. & Paulus, T.M. (2014). “That teacher takes everything badly”: Discursively reframing non-normative behaviors in therapy sessions. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 27(5), 641-666.
  22. Ziegler, M., Paulus, T.M. & Woodside, M. (2014). Understanding informal group learning in online communities through discourse analysis. Adult Education Quarterly, 64(1), 60-78.
  23. Paulus, T.M., Lester, J.N., Britt, V. (2013). Constructing hopes and fears: A discourse analysis of introductory qualitative research texts. Qualitative Inquiry, 19(9), 637-649.
  24. Paulus, T.M. & Lester, J.N. (2013). Making learning ordinary: Ways undergraduates display learning in a CMC task. Text & Talk, 33(1), 53-70.
  25. Paulus, T.M., Phipps, G., Harrison, J. & Varga, M.A. (2012). Re-envisioning instructional technology research in higher education environments: A content analysis of a grant program. Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 24(3), 164-181.
  26. Lester, J.N. & Paulus, T.M. (2012). Performative acts of autism. Discourse & Society, 23(3), 259-273.
  27. Lester, J.N. & Paulus, T.M. (2011). Accountability and public displays of knowing in an undergraduate computer-mediated communication context. Discourse Studies, 13(6), 671-686.
  28. Myers, C.R., Wyatt, T.H., Mixer, S.J., Paulus, T.M., & Lee, D.S. (2011). Making the move to blended learning: Reflections on a faculty development program. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship 8(1), Article 20. DOI: 10.2202/1548-923X.2243.
  29. Lee, D., Paulus, T.M., Loboda, I., Phipps, G., Wyatt, T., Myers, C. & Mixer, S. (2010). Instructional design portfolio: A faculty development program for nurse educators learning to teach online. TechTrends, 54(6), 20-28.
  30. Halic, O., Lee, D., Paulus, T.M., & Spence, M. (2010). To blog or not to blog: Student perceptions of blog effectiveness for learning in an undergraduate course. Internet and Higher Education, 13, 206-213.
  31. Arnold, N. = Paulus, T.M. (2010). Using a social networking site for experiential learning: Lurking, modeling and community building. Internet and Higher Education, 13,188-196.
  32. Paulus, T.M.=Woodside, M.=Ziegler, M.F. (2010). “I tell you, it’s a journey, isn’t it?” Understanding collaborative meaning-making in qualitative research. Qualitative Inquiry, 16(10), 852-862.
  33. Paulus, T.M. & Spence, M. (2010). Using blogs to identify misconceptions in a large undergraduate lecture course. TechTrends, 54(5), 62-68.
  34. Paulus, T.M., Myers, C., Mixer, S., Wyatt, T., Lee, D. & Lee, J. (2010). For faculty, by faculty: A case study of a faculty development program for learning to teach online. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 7(1), Article 13.
  35. Halic, O., Greenberg, K., & Paulus, T.M. (2009). Language and academic identity: A study of the experiences of non-native English speaking international students. International Education, 38(2), 74-94.
  36. Woodside, M., Ziegler, M., & Paulus, T.M. (2009). Understanding school counselor internships from a communities of practice framework. Counselor Education and Supervision, 49(1), 20-38.
  37. Paulus, T.M., Payne, R. & Jahns, L. (2009). “Am I making sense here?”: What blogging reveals about undergraduate student understanding. Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 8(1). Available online at:
  38. Paulus, T.M. (2009). Online but off-topic: Establishing common ground in small learning groups. Instructional Science, 37(3), 227-245.
  39. Paulus, T.M., Woodside, M., & Ziegler, M. (2008). Extending the conversation: Qualitative research as dialogic collaborative process. The Qualitative Report, 13(2), 226-243.
  40. Paulus, T.M & Phipps, G. (2008). Approaches to case analyses in synchronous and asynchronous environments. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13, 459-484.
  41. Paulus, T.M. & Scherff, L. (2008). “Can anyone offer any words of encouragement?” Online dialogue as support mechanism for preservice teachers. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 16 (1), 113-136.
  42. Groenke, S. & Paulus, T.M. (2007). The role of teacher questioning in promoting dialogic literary inquiry in computer-mediated communication. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 40 (2), 141-164. Also in Beach, R., Bigelow, M., Braaksma, M., Dillon, D., & Dockter, J. (2008). Annotated bibliography of research in the teaching of English. Research in the Teaching of English, 43(2), p. 218.
  43. Paulus, T.M., Woodside, M. & Ziegler, M. (2007). “Determined women at work”: Group construction of narrative meaning. Narrative Inquiry, 17 (2), 299-328.
  44. Paulus, T.M. (2007). CMC modes for learning tasks at a distance. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 12(4), Article 9, 1322-1345.
  45. Scherff, L & Paulus, T.M. (2006). Encouraging ownership of online spaces: Support for preservice English teachers through computer-mediated communication. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 6(4).
  46. Ziegler, M., Paulus, T.M. & Woodside, M. (2006). “This course is helping us all arrive at new viewpoints, isn’t it?” Making meaning through dialogue in a blended environment. Journal of Transformative Education, 4 (4), 302-319.
  47. Paulus, T.M., Horvitz, B. & Shi, M. (2006). “Isn’t it just like our situation?” Engagement and learning in an online story-based environment. Educational Technology Research & Development, 54 (4), 355-385.
  48. Paulus, T.M. & Roberts, G. (2006). Learning through dialogue: Online case studies in educational psychology. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 14 (4), 731-754.
  49. Ziegler, M., Paulus, T.M. & Woodside, M. (2006). Creating a climate of engagement in a blended learning environment. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 17 (3), 295-318.
  50. Woodside, M., Paulus, T.M. & Ziegler, M. (2006). The experience of helping: Capturing the voices of human service students. Human Service Education, 25 (1), 9-26.
  51. Paulus, T.M. (2006). Challenge or connect? Dialogue in online learning environments. Journal of Computing and Higher Education, 18 (1), 3-29.
  52. Paulus, T.M. (2005). Collaborative and cooperative approaches to online group work: The impact of task type. Distance Education, 26 (1), 109-123.
  53. Paulus, T.M., Bichelmeyer, B., Malopinsky, L., Perreia, M. & Rastogi, P. (2005). Power distance and group dynamics of an international project team: A case study. Teaching in Higher Education, 10 (1), 43-55.
  54. Pawan, F., Paulus, T.M., Yalcin, S. & Chang, C. (2003). Online learning: Patterns of engagement and interaction among in-service teachers. Language Learning & Technology, 7 (3), 119-140.
  55. Egbert, J., Paulus, T.M., & Nakamichi, Y. (2002). The impact of CALL instruction on classroom computer use: A foundation for rethinking technology in teacher education. Language Learning & Technology, 6 (3), 108-126. Also in Hubbard, P. (Ed.) (2009). Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Critical Concepts in Linguistics, Vol. IV: Present Trends and Future Directions in CALL, Ch. 64, pp. 207-231, Routledge Critical Concepts in Linguistics Series.
  56. Paulus, T.M. (1999). The effect of peer and teacher feedback on student writing. Journal of Second Language Writing, 8 (3), 265-289.

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