Kim, P. (2021). "Finding a New Balance for Future Education After COVID-19," Techville Education, Seoul, Korea.

Kim, P. (2021). "Relearn Again, 27 Questions for Life Rebooting Learning," Hanbit Biz, Seoul, Korea.


Kim, P. & Lee, J. (2020). Evolution of Online Learning Environments and the Emergence of Intelligent MOOCs. In K. Zhang et al. (Eds.), MOOCs and Open Education in the Global South: Challenges, Successes, and Opportunities. Routledge.

Kim, P. (2020). "Culture Engineering: How to create a culture of asking questions," Donga Asia, Seoul, Korea.


Kim, P. (2017). "Future Education: It's coaching, not teaching," Sejong Books, Seoul, Korea.


McGivney, E. & Kim, P. (2016). Using Technology to Teach the Art of Asking Questions. Stanford Social Innovation Review.

Kim, P., & An, J. Y. (2016). New Evaluation Vector through the Stanford Mobile Inquiry-Based Learning Environment (SMILE) for Participatory Action Research. Healthcare Informatics Research, 22(3), 164-171.

Kim, P. (2016). The Maker Movement in Education: A New Global Transformation. ICT in Education. UNESCO.


Kim, P., Alfaro, K., & Miller, L. A. (2015). Ecosystemic Innovation for Indigenous People in Latin America. Indigenous People and Mobile Technologies, 31, 59.

Kim, P., & Chung, C. (2015). Creating a Temporary Spontaneous Mini-Ecosystem Through a MOOC. MOOCs and Open Education Around the World, 157.

Russell, S. G., Lim, S., Kim, P., & Morse, S. (2015). The legacy of gender-based violence and HIV/AIDS in the postgenocide era: Stories from women in Rwanda. Health Care for Women International, 1-23.

Song, D., Karimi, A., & Kim, P. (2015). A Remotely Operated Science Experiment framework for under-resourced schools. Interactive Learning Environments, DOI 10.1080/10494820.2015.1041407 1-19.

Kim, P., Suh, E., & Song, D. (2015). Development of a design-based learning curriculum through design-based research for a technology-enabled science classroom. Educational Technology & Development, DOI 10.1007/s11423-015-9376-7.


Kim, P. (Ed.). (2014). Massive Open Online Courses: The MOOC Revolution. Routledge.

Buckner, E., & Kim, P. (2014). Integrating technology and pedagogy for inquiry-based learning: The Stanford Mobile Inquiry-based Learning Environment (SMILE). Prospects (UNESCO), 44(1), 99-118.


Kim, P., Karimi, A., & Kim, Flora. (2012). Public Online Charter School Students: Perceptions, Traits, and School Choices. American Educational Research Journal. 49 (3). pp. 521-545.

Kim, P. (2012). Schools left behind? Ecosystematic perspectives on the 21st century school system. In O. Tan (Eds.), Teacher Education Frontiers: International Perspectives on Policy and Practice for Building New Teacher Competencies, 1st Edition. Singapore: National Institute of Education.

Kim, P., Karla, A., & Leign Anne, G. (2012). Ecosystematic Innovation for Indigenous Peoples in Latin America. Stanford Program on Human Rights. Working Paper Series. 14.

Buckner, E., & Kim, P. (2012). Mobile innovations, executive functions, and educational developments in conflict zones: a case study from Palestine. Educational Technology Research & Development, 60(1), 175-192. BEST PAPER AWARD 2011

Buckner, E., & Kim, P. (2012). Storytelling Among Israeli and Palestinian Children in the Era of Mobile Innovation. In Educational Media and Technology Yearbook (pp. 7-22). Springer New York.

Kim, P., Buckner, E., Kim, H., Makany, T., Taleja, N., & Parikh, V. (2012). A comparative analysis of a game-based mobile learning model in low-socioeconomic communities of India. International Journal of Educational Development, 32(2), 329-340.


Seol, S., Sharp, A., & Kim, P. (2011). Stanford Mobile Inquiry-based Learning Environment (SMILE): using mobile phones to promote student inquires in the elementary classroom. In Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science & Computer Engineering (pp. 270-276).

Kim, P. Higashi, T., Gonzales, I., Carillo, L., Gàrate, A., & Lee, B. (2011). Socioeconomic strata, mobile technology, & Education: A comparative analysis. Educational Technology Research & Development. 59(4), pp. 465-486.

Seol, S., Karimi, A., Kim, P., Goyal, A., Dodson, B., & Lam, M. (2011). Pocketschool interactive Learning Ad-hoc Network. In e-Education, Entertainment and e-Management (ICEEE), 2011 International Conference on (pp. 70-75). IEEE.

Kim, P., Lee, D., Lee, Y., Huang, C., Makany, T. (2011) "Collective intelligence ratio: Measurement of real-time multimodal interactions in team projects". Team Performance Management, 17(1/2), pp.41 - 62.

Kim, P., Hong, J. S., Bonk, C., & Lim, G. (2011). Effects of group reflection variations in project-based learning integrated in a Web 2.0 learning space. Interactive Learning Environments, 19(4), 333-349.

Kim, P. (2011). “Stay Out of the Way! My Kid is Video Blogging Through a Phone!”: A Lesson Learned from Math Tutoring Social Media for Children in Underserved Communities. International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design (IJOPCD), 1(1), 50-63.


Kim, P. (2010). Is higher education evolving? Educause Quarterly. 33(1).

Kim, P., Ng, C. K., & Lim, G. (2010). When cloud computing meets with Semantic Web: A new design for e‐portfolio systems in the social media era. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41(6), 1018-1028.


Kim, P. (2009). An action research for the development of mobile learning system for the underserved. Educational Technology Research & Development. 57(3), pp. 415-435. BEST PAPER AWARD 2009.

Park, C.B., Choi, H., & Kim, P. (2009). Adaptive Open Mobile Learning Device For the Underserved. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics.

Kim, P., Kim, H., Freedman, N., Parikh, V., & Taleja, N. (2009). Mobile Technology as Empowerment Tool for the Underserved. Proceedings of 2009 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Humanitarian Challenges.

Kim, P. (2009). The Current Status of ePortfolio Research & Development. Engineering Education, Korea. 16(1), pp.1-4.

Kim, P., Sorcar, P., Um, S., Chung, H., & Lee, Y. S. (2009). Effects of episodic variations in web-based avian influenza education: influence of fear and humor on perception, comprehension, retention and behavior. Oxford Health Education Research, 24(3), 369-380.


Kim, P. & Olaciregui, C. (2008) The effects of electronic portfolio-based learning space on science education. British Journal of Educational Technology. Volume 39, Issue 4, pages 700–714.


Kim, P., Miranda, T., & Olaciregui, C. (2007). Pocket school: Exploring mobile technology as a sustainable literacy education option for underserved children in Latin America. International Journal of Educational Development. 28(4), pp. 435-445.


Kim, P. (2006) Perspectives on a visual-map-based electronic portfolio system. In A. Jafaria & C. Kaufman (Eds.), Handbook of Research on e-Portfolios. (pp. 44-53). Hershey, PA: Idea Group.

Kim, P. (2006) Effects of 3D virtual reality on students’ achievement and attitude toward learning science. Interactive Learning Environments, 14(1), pp.25-34.