• Jacobson, S. & Turner, K.M. (2010) “Not Your Father’s Educational Technology: Mobile Media in Journalism Education” in C. Stewart, C. Schifter, and M. Selverian, eds., Teaching and Learning with Technology: Beyond Constructivism (New York: Routledge) pp.131-147.
• Turner, K.M. (2012) “Advancing the Discourse: Confronting Issues of Race and Class Online” in Teaching with Multimedia: Pedagogy in the Websphere Vol 1 & 2, R. O'Connell, ed. (Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press).
• Turner, K.M. (2004). “Teaching a Studies in Race Course Online: The Challenges and the Rewards” in D. Monolescu, C. Schifter, and L. Greenwood eds., The Distance Education Evolution: Case Studies (Hersey, PA: Idea Group Inc.) pp. 214-239.
Wilson, L.E. &Turner, K.M. (2002) "All May Not Be What It Seems" in J. L. Conyers, Jr., ed. Black Cultures and Race Relations: A Historical Study of African American Inequality. (Chicago: Burnham Incorporated Publishers) pp. 51-59.
• Jacobson, S. & Turner, K.M. (July 2011) “Croudsourcing U.S. Election Day 2010: An Experiment in Social Media and Journalism Education,” International Association of Media and Communication Researchers annual conference, Istanbul, Turkey
• Turner, K.M., Bhayroo, S. & Washington, L. (November 2010) “Journalism Education in a Time of Rapid International Change: What we can learn from South Africa,” Global Temple Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
• Invited/sponsored conference participant at the World Journalism Education Congress (WJEC), Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. Served as discussant for the New Media Research Paper session: Digitisation and J-Ed. July 5-7, 2010