Lin, C., Sinner, A., & Irwin, R. (Eds.) (2023). Community Arts Education: Transversal Global Perspectives. Intellect Publishers.

Lin, C., & Lum, A. (Eds.) (2020). Making: Booklet of abstracts. InSEA 2019 World Congress.

Black, J., Castro, J., & Lin, C. (2015). Youth practices in digital arts and new media: Learning in formal and informal settings. Palgrave Pivot.

Refereed Journal Articles

Hung, A. & Lin, C. (2023). Animated video-making: A collaborative approach to   researching inclusion and support for immigrant seniors. Research in Arts and Education2023(3), 79–88.

Lin, C., Li, N., & Lee, E. (2023). Exploring the intersections of immigrant seniors’ digital literacies and social connectedness: a Canadian studyFrontiers in Education. 8:1250240. doi: 10.3389/feduc.2023.1250240

Baker, S., & Lin, C. (2022). Spreadable action: Mapping connections between the arts and action research through two arts-based research exhibitions about immigrant senior’s lived experiences through the pandemic. Canadian Journal of Action Research, 22(3), 9-31.

Lin, C. (2021). Materiality and the meaning of aging. Visual Methodologies8(1), 37–45.

Lawrence, J., Lin, C., & Can, I. (2019). Relational connections through the space of learning: Exploring youths’ experiences of filmmaking with comics. International Journal of Education Through Art, 15(3), 297–308.

Mugambi, L., & Lin, C. (2019). In the flow of art making: Seniors improve their well-being. International Journal of Education Through Art, 15(2), 235–242.

Lawrence, J., Lin, C., & Irwin, R. (2017). Images, speech balloons, and artful representation: Comics as visual narratives of early career teachers. Journal of Sequential Art Narrative in Education, 2(2).

Lin, C., Lawrence, J., & Irwin, R. (2016, Fall). Changing notions of teacher mentorship in British Columbia. The Canadian Association of Principals Journal, 2(2), 44–47.

Lin, C., Lawrence, J., & Irwin, R. (2016). Why is teacher mentorship essential to the school community? Teacher: Magazine of the BC Teachers’ Federation, 29(1), 18–19.

Lin, C., Lawrence, J., & Irwin, R (2015). Katrina’s story: Mentorship confidential. Teacher: Magazine of the BC Teachers’ Federation, 27(5), 8–9.

Lin, C., & Bruce, B. (2013). Engaging youth in underserved communities through digital-mediated art learning experiences for community inquiry. Studies in Art Education, 54(4), 335–348.

Cunningham, F., Lin, C., & Grauer, K. (2014). Who I (really) am: An exploration of urban Aboriginal identity through short films. Canadian Art Teachers, 12(2), 29–38.

Ryoo, A., Lin, C., & Grauer, K. (2014). “Don’t judge me. What would you do?” Dialogue through a youth-made film. Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education, 31, 128–134.

Grauer, K., Castro, J., & Lin, C. (2012). Encounters with difference: Community-based new media programs and practices. Studies in Art Education, 52(2), 139–152.

Lin, C. (2011). A learning ecology perspective: School systems sustaining art teaching with technology. Art Education, 64(4), 12–17.

Lin, C., Castro, J., Sinner, A., & Grauer, K. (2011). Toward a dialogue between new media arts programs in and out of Schools. Canadian Art Teachers, 9(2), 24–37.

Lin, C., Grauer, K. & Castro, J. C. (2011). “There is nothing else to do but make films”: Urban youth participation at a film and television school. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 12(SI 1.8).

Lin, C., & Polaniecki, S. (2009). From media consumption to media production: Applications of YouTube™ in an eighth-grade video documentary project. Journal of Visual Literacy, 28(1), 92–107.

Bruce, B., & Lin, C. (2009). Voices of youth: Podcasting as a means for inquiry-based community engagement. E-learning and Digital Media, 6(2). 230–241.

Refereed Book Chapters

Baker, S., & Lin, C. (2023). Re-storying immigrant seniors during covid through a lens of narrative inquiry. In H. Mreiwed, M. Carter, S. Hashem, & C. Blake-Amarante (Eds.), Looking back to look forward: Making connections in and through arts-based educational research (pp.13-24). Springer Nature.

Lin, C., Lawrence, J. Lum, A., & Irwin, R. (2017). Mentorship through the comics. In B. Kutsyuruba & K. Walker (Eds.), The bliss and blisters of early career teaching: A Pan-Canadian perspective (pp. 67–94). Word & Deed Publishing.

Lin, C., & Grauer, K. (2017). Relational encounter: Understanding a museum’s Native Youth Program through indigenous aesthetics. In K. Staikidis & C. Ballengee-Morris (Eds.), Transforming our practices: Indigenous art, pedagogies, and philosophies (pp. 202–206). National Art Education Association.

Lin, C., Milbrandt, M., Hutzel, K., & Blidy, B. (2015). The unfinished and ongoing business of art education in the US: Collaboration, participation and democratic practices. In M. Eryaman & B. Bruce (Eds.), International handbook of progressive education (pp. 355–370). Peter Lang Publishing.

Lin, C. (2014). Youth interests and digital media: 4-H podcasting program in Urbana Middle School. In B. Bruce, A. Bishop, & N. Budhathoki (Eds.), Youth community inquiry: New media for community and personal growth. (pp. 17–22). Peter Lang Publishing.

Kushner, S., & Lin, C. (2014). Dialogue and collaboration in art classroom research. In M. Buffington & S. McKay (Eds.), Practice theory: Seeing the power of teacher researchers (pp. 164–167). National Art Education Association.

Lin, C., & Bruce, B. (2012). Holistic teaching of art with technology: Practical models and enlarged theory. In L. Campbell & S. Simmons (Eds.), The heart of art education: Holistic approaches to creativity, integration, and transformation (pp. 54–63). National Art Education Association.

Lin, C. (2009). Beyond visual literacy competencies: Teaching and learning art with technology in the global age. In E. Delacruz, A. Arnold, A. Kuo, & M. Parsons (Eds.), Globalization, art, and education (pp. 198–204). National Art Education Association.

Other Research Contributions

Lin, C. (2022). BOOK REVIEW:  Bennett, L. H. (2021). Making and relational creativity: An exploration of relationships that arise through creative practices in informal making spaces. Canadian Journal of Action Research, 22(3), 139-141.

Co, D., & Lin, C. (2021). Media Minds 2020 Report.

Lin, C., & Prest, A. (2015). Youth inquiry, healing, and well-being via relational learning in the arts: Frames Film Project. Research White Paper Submitted to Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House (FHNH).

Student co-authors—

Baker, S.; Can, I.; Co, D.; Cunningham, F.; Lawrence, J.; Lum, A.; Mugambi L.; Ryoo, A.