McKenzie, Pamela J. and Rosamund K. Stooke. 2012. Making a difference: the importance of purposes to early learning programs. Children and Libraries Summer/Fall, 47-52.
Stooke, Rosamund K. and Pamela J. McKenzie. 2011. Under our own umbrella: mobilizing research evidence for early literacy programmes in public libraries. Progressive Librarian 36/37, 15-29.
Stooke, Rosamund, Suzanne Smythe, and Pamela McKenzie. Families at Work: A Critical Examination of Neighborhood-Based Programs for Families with Young Children. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April 8 – 12, 2011 SIG - Critical Issues in Early Childhood Education
Stooke, Rosamund K. and Pamela J. McKenzie. 2010. Attending to the small stuff: notes from a study of neighbourhood programmes for very young children and their caregivers. Canadian Children, 35(2): 4-9.
Stooke, Roz and Pam McKenzie. Early learning programs -- what actually happens in programs? Why it works to sweat the small stuff. Ontario Early Years Centre, London West, 29 March 2010.
McKenzie, Pam and Roz Stooke. Work and leisure in programmes for very young children and their caregivers. London Public Library Lunch and Learn series, 25 February 2010.
Stooke, Rosamund K. and Pamela J. McKenzie. 2009. Leisure and work in library and community programs for very young children. Library Trends 57(4), 657-675. Special issue on leisure and LIS. Crystal Fulton and Ruth Vondracek, Editors.
Stooke, Roz, Pam McKenzie, and Suzanne Smythe. The colonizing reach of schooling: mapping the translocal relations organizing the educational work of families with young children. Society for the Study of Social Problems, San Francisco, CA, August 2009.
Stooke, Roz, Suzanne Smythe, and Pam McKenzie. Standardizing diversity: "Cookie cutter" programs for young children in diverse communities. 37th annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education/ Société canadienne pour l'étude de l'éducation. Carleton University, 23-26 May 2009.
Stooke, Rosamund, Pamela McKenzie, Suzanne Smythe. Ready for school: Using Institutional Ethnography to map the translocal relations organizing the educational work of families with young children. Invited lecture. Faculty of Education, The University of Western Ontario. March 25, 2009.
Stooke, Rosamund K. and Pamela J. McKenzie. 2007. Parent-child programmes as sites (or not) for maternal well-being. Mothering, health, and well-being, annual conference of the Association for Research on Mothering, Toronto. October 17-20 2007.
McKenzie, Pamela J., Rosamund K. Stooke, and Lynne (E.F.) McKechnie. 2007. Learning the library: the work of public library storytime participants. In Information Sharing in a Fragmented World: Crossing Boundaries: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec. May 10 - 12, 2007. Proceedings Editors: Clément Arsenault and Kimiz Dalkir.
McKenzie, Pamela J. and Rosamund Stooke. 2007. Producing storytime: A collectivist analysis of work in a complex communicative space. Library Quarterly 77(1): 3-27.
McKenzie, Pamela J., Elena Prigoda, Kirsten Clement, and Lynne (E.F.) McKechnie. 2006. Behind the program-room door: The creation of parochial and private women’s realms in a Canadian public library. In: Leckie, Gloria, and John Bushman, eds. Library as place: History, Community and Culture, 117-134. Westport, Conn.: Libraries Unlimited.
McKechnie, Lynne (E.F.) and Pamela McKenzie, The Young Child / Adult Caregiver Storytime Program as Information Ground. Library Research Seminar III, Kansas City, MO, 14-16 October 2004.
McKenzie, Pamela J. Creating women's information spaces: midwifery clinics and parent-child library storytimes as "information grounds." Mothering and Feminism: annual conference of the Association for Research on Mothering, York University, October 2004.