Journal Publications and Book Chapters
Magerko, B., Freeman, J., McKlin, T., Reilly, M., Livingston, E., McCoid, S., Crews-Brown, A. (2016). “EarSketch: Thick Authenticity in a STEAM-based Approach for Underrepresented Populations in High School Computer Science Education,” in ACM Transactions on Computing Education (accepted and in press).
Freeman, J. and Magerko, B. (2016). “Iterative Composition, Coding, and Pedagogy: A Case Study in Live Coding With EarSketch,” in Journal of Technology, Music, and Education, Intellect, 9:1, 57-74.
Freeman, J., Xie, S., Tsuchiya, T., Shen, W., Chen, Y., Weitzner, N. (2015). “Using massMobile, a Flexible, Scalable, Rapid Prototyping Audience Participation Framework, in Large-Scale Live Musical Performances,” in Digital Creativity, Taylor and Francis.
Freeman, J. (2015). “Listening, Movement, Creativity, and Technology,” in S. Mass (ed.), Thresholds of Listening. New York, New York: Fordham University Press.
Lee, S., and Freeman, J. (2013). “Real-time Music Notation in Mixed Laptop-Acoustic Ensembles,” in Computer Music Journal, 37:4.
Im, T., Freeman, J., Magerko, B., and Siva, S. (2016). “Using Music to Enhance Learning Outcomes for Non-Majors in an Introductory Programming Course,” in Proceedings of Envisioning the Future of Undergraduate STEM Education (EnFUSE 2016), Washington, DC.
Freeman, J., Magerko, B., Edwards, D., Miller, M., Moore, R., and Xambó, A. (2016). “Using EarSketch to Broaden Participation in Computing and Music,” in Proceedings of Sound and Music Computing (SMC 2016), Hamburg, Germany.
Moore, R., Edwards, D., Freeman, J., Magerko, B., McKlin, T., and Xambó, A. (2016) “EarSketch: An Authentic, STEAM-based Approach to Computing Education,” in Proceedings of the 2016 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Expo, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Helms, M., Moore, R., Edwards, D., and Freeman, J. (2016). “STEAM-Based Interventions: Why Student Engagement is Only Part of the Story,” in IEEE Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT 2016), Atlanta, Georgia.
Freeman, J., Magerko, B., Edwards, D., Moore, R., McKlin, T., and Xambó, A. (2015). “EarSketch: a STEAM approach to broadening participation in Computer Science Principles,” at IEEE Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT 2015), Charlotte, North Carolina. Extended abstract.
Tsuchiya, T., Freeman, J., and Lerner, L. (2015). “DataToMusic API: Data-Agnostic Aesthetic Sonification Framework,” at Sounds, Images and Data, New York, New York. Extended abstract.
Freeman, J., Magerko, B., and Verdin, R. (2015). “EarSketch: A Web-based Environment for Teaching Introductory Computer Science,” at ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Kansas City, Missouri. Demonstration.
Freeman, J., Magerko, B., Edwards, D., and Verdin, R. (2015). “Computer Science Principles With EarSketch,” at ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Kansas City, Missouri. Workshop.
Michaud, C., Freeman, J., and Magerko, B. (2014). “Creating Music with Python and EarSketch,” at International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE 2014), Atlanta, Georgia. Poster.
Hardman, R. (2013, May 10). “Remixing Middletown,” on WNPR (Connecticut Public Radio).
Beals, S. (2013, May 9). “MiddletownRemix Festival Saturday Celebrates City’s Eclectic Arts Scene,” in The Hartford Courant.
Dorminey, B. (2013, February 19). “Nanotech and Laptop Orchestras of the Future,” on Forbes.com.
(2013, January 28). “Algorithmic Music Composition,” in CS Bits & Bytes, a publication of the National Science Foundation.
USA Today (2013, July 13). "Hip Hop Tracks Composed With Computer Code."
(2012, August 31). “Middletown Gets Remixed,” on WNPR (Connecticut Public Radio).
Lewis, S. (2011, May 12). “Artists Mix Times Square Street Sounds into Music,” on WNYC (New York public radio).
Kirn, P. (2011, April 26). “Remixing Times Square, with Mobile Field Recordings,” on CreateDigitalMusic.com.
Ruhe, P. "Sonic Generator Reflects on Today's Society with 'Open Score' Music." ArtsCriticAtl, January 25, 2011.
Feaster, F. "ATL's Little Black Art Book." The Atlantan, December, 2010.
Hicks, C. "Jason Freeman Brings Punk Rock's Boundary-Busting Ideas to Classical Music." Creative Loafing (cover story: Fall Arts Preview), September 2, 2010.