Conference Proceedings

Boschman, L., Heidt, M., Moulder, V., and Oppenheimer, R. (2015). “Analyzing Disruptive Tactics and Strategies in Media Activism.” ISEA 2015. Vancouver

Moulder, V., Boschman, L., Wakkary, R., Kuznetsov, S., and Odom, W. (2014). “HCI Interventions with Nonprofit Organizations: Tactics for Effective Collaboration.” Proc. CHI 2014. Case Study. ACM Press

Boschman, L. (2013). “Using Video Editing Software as a Qualitative Analysis Tool.” 19th Qualitative Health Research Conference, Halifax, NS. (abstract).

Boschman, L., Bryson, M., Gahagan, J., Ristock, J., Hart, T., and Rail, G. (2013). “Methodological Considerations in Tracing Cancer’s Margins: Genders, Sexualities and the Queer Biopolitics of Access to Health Knowledge Mobilization.” 19th Qualitative Health Research Conference, Halifax, NS. (abstract).

Boschman, L. (2011). “Physical Activity with Digital Companions.” In Proc. CHI 2011, Doctoral Consortium. ACM Press, 1065-1068.

Moulder, V., Boschman, L., and Wakkary, R. (2011). “The Talking Poles: Public Art Based in Citizen Design.” In Proc. CHI 2011, Case Study. ACM Press, 201-209.

Boschman, L. (2010). “Exergames for Adults: A Preliminary Pilot Study.” Future Play 2010, Vancouver Canada. ACM Press, 235-238.


Chapters in Books

Boschman, L. (2010). “Community Media Arts: Encouraging Citizenship Through Creative Self-Expression.” In C. McLean and R. Kelly’s (Eds.) Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice, Inquiries for Hope and Change. Detselig Enterprises Ltd./Temeron Books, 231-247.


Journal Publications

Boschman, L. (2011). “Committing to Physical Activity: How Women Over Forty Use Exergames.” Loading The Journal of the Canadian Game Studies Association 6(9):114. (Abstract).

de Castell, S, Boschman, L, and Jenson, J. (2008). “In and Out of Control: Learning Games Differently.” Loading…Canadian Game Studies Association Journal 2(3).


Conference Presentations

Boschman, L., Heidt, M., Moulder, V., and Oppenheimer, R. (2015). “Analyzing Disruptive Tactics and Strategies in Media Activism.” ISEA 2015. Vancouver.

Boschman, L. (2013). “Using Video Editing Software as a Qualitative Analysis Tool.” 19th Qualitative Health Research Conference, Halifax, NS. October 29.

Boschman, L., Bryson, M., Gahagan, J., Ristock, J., Hart, T., and Rail, G. (2013). “Methodological Considerations in Tracing Cancer’s Margins: Genders, Sexualities and the Queer Biopolitics of Access to Health Knowledge Mobilization.” 19th Qualitative Health Research Conference, Halifax, NS. October 29.

Boschman, L. (2013). “Older women using Wii Fit Plus to remain active: The benefits and challenges of exergaming as a physical activity.” Ageless Aging ICAA 2013. University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC. June 28.

Boschman, L. (2012). “Serious Games at the Methodological Crossroads.” Canadian Game Studies Association symposium at Congress 2012. Winner – 2012 Best Abstract Award.

Boschman, L. (2011). “How Wii Play: Women Over 40 Using Exergames.” Serious Play Conference, Redmond WA USA. August 24.

Boschman, L. (2011). “Exergaming with Digital Companions: How Women Over 40 Use Exergames.” Games for Health, Boston. MA. USA. May 18.

de Castell, S, Boschman, L & Jenson, J. (2009) “In and Out of Control: Learning to Play Differently” Regulation and Resistance, 7th International Conference of the Gender and Education Association, Institute of Education, University of London, (March 25-27)

Boschman, L. (2009). “Weight Loss Discourse Between Users of Games with an Exertive Interface.” Canadian Games Studies Association Conference. Carlton University, Ottawa ON. (May 23-24)

Boschman, L. (2008) “Incorporating Citizenship into Community Media Practices.” Verge: Arts and the Community. Trinity Western University, Langley BC. (October 17-18)


Other Presentations and Panels

Boschman, L. (2011). “Committing to Physical Activity: How Women Over Forty Use Exergames.” Presentation at Exergaming Seminar, Dept. of Kinesiology, University of Calgary. August 10.

Boschman, L., and Moulder, V., (2011). “The Talking Poles: Public Art Based in Citizen Design.” School of Interactive Arts and Technology Research Colloquium. Jan. 19

Boschman, L. (2007). SFU Faculty of Education Institute on Research on Early Education and Child Health. Presentation on my Master’s research at a video analysis research seminar with Cathy Angellilo

Boschman, L. (2007). UBC Faculty of Education. Presentation on community-based media project at Disability Studies graduate seminar with Professor Leslie Roman

Boschman, L. (2006). “Teaching Digital Video to Self-Advocates.” SFU Faculty of Applied Science Poster Competition and Conference

Boschman, L. (2006). UBC Undergraduate Feminist Pedagogy course. Presentation on community-based media projects

Boschman, L. (2006). “Teaching Digital Video to Self-Advocates.” SFU School of Interactive Art & Technology Research Colloquium presentation