Reder, S. (2012) The Longitudinal Study of Adult Learning: Challenging Assumptions. Montreal, QC: The Centre for Literacy. (Research Brief). 1-6.
Bynner, J., Reder, S., Parsons, S., & Strawn, C (2010). The three divides: The digital divide and its relation to basic skills and employment in Portland, USA and London, England. London, UK: National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy.
Reder, S. (2010, August). Adult Literacy Development and Economic Growth. Washington, DC: National Institute for Literacy.
Reder, S. (2009). Scaling up and moving in: Connecting social practices views to policies and programs in adult education. Literacy and Numeracy Studies. 17(1), 35-50.
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Strawn, C. (2008). The relationship between literacy proficiency and the digital divide among adults with low education attainment: A technical report from the Longitudinal Study of Adult Learning. Portland, OR: Portland State University.
Reder, S. (2008). The development of literacy and numeracy in adult life. In S. Reder & J. Bynner, (Eds.), Tracking adult literacy and numeracy: Findings from longitudinal research. New York and London: Routledge. 59-84. Summary
Bynner, J., Reder, S., Parsons, S., & Strawn, C (2008, October). The digital divide: Computer use, basic skills and employment. London, UK: National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy.
Silver-Pacuilla, H. (2008, October). Investigating the language and literacy skills required for independent online learning. Washington, DC: National Institute for Literacy.
Reder, S. (2007). Giving literacy away, again: New concepts of promising practice. In A. Belzer (Ed.), Toward defining and improving quality in adult basic education: Issues and challenges. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. 255-276. Summary (pp. 21-22)
Reder, S. & Strawn, C. (2006, November). Self-Study: Broadening the Concepts of Participation and Program Support. Focus on Basics: World education. A publication of the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy. 8(C), 6-10.
Seccombe, K., Lockwood, R. S., & Reder, S. (2005). Literacy: Influence on access and use of the health care system. In J. J. Kronenfeld (Ed.), Research in the sociology of health care, Vol. 23: Health care services, racial and ethnic minorities and undeserved populations. Amsterdam: Elsevier. 277-295. Abstract
Strawn, C. (2003). Social Capital Influences Of Lifelong Learning Among Adults Who Didn't Finish High School. Occasional Paper. Cambridge, MA: National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Reder, S. & Strawn, C. (2001a). "The K-12 school experiences of high school dropouts." Focus on Basics, 4(D), 12-13.
Reder, S. & Strawn, C. (2001b). "Program participation and self-directed learning to improve basic skills." Focus on Basics, 4(D), 14-17.