ACRL Contemplative Pedagogy Interest Group (Dreaming, Questioning & Practicing Together: The Brain Booth Initiative) , March 17, 2021, Zoom
The HSU Teaching & Learning Innovation Showcase, April 2017, Humboldt State University (HSU), Arcata, CA.
Article: Karadjova, K.G. & Towse, A. (HSU Student) (2020). Recent Trends in Mindfulness and Contemplative Pedagogy in Higher Education: The Brain Booth Initiative in CARL 2020: Embracing Courage, Candor, and Authenticity collection.
Book Chapter: Karadjova, K.G. (2019). Mindfulness Experiences at the Library Brain Booth in the ALA book Recipes for Mindfulness in Your Library: Supporting Resilience and Community Engagement.
Article: Karadjova, K.G. (2018). Mindfulness and Gamification in the Higher Education Classroom: Friends or Foes?, The International
Article: Mourer, M.M. & Karadjova, K.G. (2017). Dare to Share the Silence: Tools & Practices of Contemplative Pedagogy in a Library Brain Booth, in S. Kurbanoglu et al. (Eds.), (2017) Information Literacy in the Workplace. Communications in Computer and Information Science, Springer
February 27, 2018 The Lumberjack
January 2, 2018 in American Libraries
September 14 on KIEM TV
September 22 on The HSU Flapjack Chronicles
September 26 in the Fall 2016 Library Newsletter
September 27 on KHSU's Campus Connection with HSU President Rossbacher
October 1 in the HSU Parents & Family Newsletter
October 7 in Humboldt State NOW
February 3 in Humboldt State NOW
February 16 in California State University, Go to CSU
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"The most rewarding part about the Brain Booth has been to see the transformation of students from when they first walk in to when they leave. A majority of students come in looking stressed out and gloomy. After trying out the activities that the Brain Booth has to offer they walk out with a smile on their face and look renewed and energized. It feels good to be able to contribute to the wellbeing of the community."
Justina Madrigal, The Brain Booth Student Assistant