Pusch. (2005). Objects of Curiosity Transgender College Students’ Perceptions of the Reactions of Others. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Issues in Education, 3(1), 45–61.
Edmonds & Pusch. (2002). Creating shared knowledge: Instructional knowledge management systems. Educational Technology & Society, 5(1) [Online serial]. Available at: http://ifets.ieee.org/periodical/vol_1_2002/
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Maher & Pusch. (1996). Speaking Out: The Implications of Negotiating Lesbian Identity. In Leap, W. (ed.) Beyond the Lavender Lexicon: Lesbian and Gay Linguistics, Languages, and Signs. Gordon and Breach Publishing, New York.
Pusch & Roberts. (1992). An Introduction to MicroSoft Word 5.0 on the Macintosh Computer. Copley Publishing, Acton, Massachusetts.
Pusch. (1992). Introduction to Ricemail. Center for Instructional Development, Syracuse, New York.
Pusch & Roberts, (1991). An Introduction to MicroSoft Word on the Macintosh Computer. Copley Publishing, Acton, Massachusetts.
Brigham, Challenger, Federman, Fernandez, & Pusch. (1991). A Possible Evaluation Strategy for Syracuse University’s Desert Shield Correspondence Course. Proceedings of the 1991 Edward F. Kelly Evaluation Conference, Ed. C. E. Kuzmack & M. A. Stahl, 133-135. (Panel Discussion presented at the Edward F. Kelly Conference. March 15, 1991, Albany, New York).
Grabowski, Suciati, & Pusch. (1990). Social and Intellectual Value of Computer-Mediated Communications in a Graduate Community. Educational Training and Technology International, 27(3), 276-283.
Pusch & Slee. (1990). Structural Communication: A Forgotten Application of Cognitive Theory. Instructional Developments, A Journal of the School of Education at Syracuse University, 1(2), 11-16.