Pelaez, N., Anderson, T. R., Gardner, S. M., Yin, Y., Abraham, J. K., Bartlett, E. L., ... & Sirum, K. (2018). A Community-Building Framework for Collaborative Research Coordination across the Education and Biology Research Disciplines. CBE—Life Sciences Education, 17(2), es2.
Bray Speth, E, N Shaw, J Momsen, A Reinagel, P Le, R Taqieddin, T Long. (2014). Introductory biology students' conceptual models and explanations of the origin of variation. In press at CBE Life Sciences Education.
Wyse, SA, TM Long, D Ebert-May. (2014). Teaching assistant professional development in biology: Designed for and driven by multidimensional data. CBE Life Sciences Education 13:212-223. Doi: 10.1187/cbe.13-06-0106.
Long, TM, J Dauer, KM Kostelnik, JL Momsen, SA Wyse, E Bray Speth, and D Ebert-May. (2014). Fostering ecoliteracy through model-based instruction. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(2):138-139.
Dauer, JT, JL Momsen, E Bray Speth, SC Makohon-Moore, TM Long. (2013). Analyzing change in students’ Gene-to-Evolution models in college-level introductory biology. Journal of Research in Science Teaching50(6): 639-659.Doi: 10.1002/tea.21094
Haudek, KC, JJ Kaplan, J Knight, TM Long, J Merrill, A Munn, R Nehm, M Smith, M Urban-Lurain. (2011). Harnessing technology to improve formative assessment of student conceptions in STEM: Forging a national network. CBE Life Sciences Education 10(2):149-55.
Bray Speth, E. , J.L. Momsen, G.A. Moyerbrailen, D. Ebert-May, T.M. Long, S.A. Wyse, and D. Linton. (2010). 1, 2, 3, 4: Infusing quantitative literacy into Introductory Biology. CBE Life Sciences Education 9:323-332.
Rober A.R., C. Phillippo, S.A. Wyse, C. Elzinga, S.M. Lawrence, & T. Long. (2010).Investigating the Evolutionary Adaptations that have Enabled Plants to Survive in a Diversity of Habitats. EcoEd Digital Library.
Bray Speth, E., T.M. Long, R.T. Pennock, and D. Ebert-May. (2009). Using Avida-ED for teaching and learning about evolution in undergraduate introductory biology courses. Evolution: Education and Outreach 2(3):415-428.