I’ve written both scholarly articles and grey literature exploring the intersection of digital technology, education, health, and social work.


Scholarly articles

(You can also visit my ResearchGate or ORCID profile)

Siemer L., Brusse-Keizer M. G., Postel M. G., Ben Allouch S., Patrinopoulos Bougioukas A., Sanderman R., Pieterse M. E. (2018). Blended Smoking Cessation Treatment: Exploring Measurement, Levels, and Predictors of Adherence. J Med Internet Res 2018;20(8):e246. URL: http://www.jmir.org/2018/8/e246. DOI: 10.2196/jmir.9969. PMID: 30068503

Siemer, L., Pieterse, M. E., Brusse-Keizer, M. G., Postel, M. G., Ben Allouch, S., & Sanderman, R. (2016). Study protocol for a non-inferiority trial of a blended smoking cessation treatment versus face-to-face treatment (LiveSmokefree-Study). Bmc Public Health, 16(1), 1187. doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3851-x

Siemer, L., Flachmeyer, M., & Siefen, U. J. (2015). Youth Work Mobile 2.0. Ein Kompetenzrahmen für die Arbeit mit Jugendlichen im Zeitalter von Smart Mobile Devices und Social Networking Sites. Der pädagogische Blick, Jg.23, 2015, Nr. 3, S. 186-189.

Siemer, L., & Benduhn, A. (2011). Gezielte Evaluation für eine gezielte Entwicklung : wie Evaluieren einfacher wird – handlungsorientierte Online-Evaluation in der Jugendhilfe am Beispiel des LWL Jugendheim Tecklenburg ; ein Theorie-Praxis-Transfer. Sozialmagazin, Jg. 36, 2011, Nr. 10, S. 48-52 : Lit.

Schell-Kiehl, I., & Siemers, L. (2010). Erfassen der Kompetenzentwicklung von Studierenden der Sozialpädagogik : Erfahrungen an der euregionalen Schnittstelle Niederlande/Deutschland. Der pädagogische Blick, Jg.18, 2010, Nr. 4, S. 196-211 : Lit.


Grey literature

Siemer, L. (2015). Youth Work Mobile 2.0 – Description of competences. Münster: Heurekanet – Freies Institut für Bildung, Forschung und Innovation e.V.

Siemer, L. (2015). Youth Work Mobile 2.0 – Measurement & Assessment. Münster: Heurekanet – Freies Institut für Bildung, Forschung und Innovation e.V.

Siemer, L. (2015). Youth Work Mobile 2.0 – Transforming “point chasers” into competence seekers! – A YOWOMO2.0 training scenario developed by Saxion University of Applied Aciences and Heuraknet – Freies Institut für Bildung, Forschung und Innovation e.v. in the Netherlands and Germany. Münster: Heurekanet – Freies Institut für Bildung, Forschung und Innovation e.V.

Siemer, L. (2014). Sozialpädagogik studieren mit dem iPad – AMM iPad Projekt. Enschede: Saxion

Siemer, L. (2012). Give Saxion a smart touch – NFC in higher education. Projektbericht über den Einsatz von Near Field Communication(NFC)und QR-Codes im Hochschulbereich am Beispiel einer interaktiven Weltkarte. Enschede: Saxion


Conference/Congress/Symposium/Seminar/Workshop contributions

Saxion Research Conference, 2018, Enschede/The Netherlands, poster presentation “Exploring levels and predictors of adherence to a blended smoking cessation treatment” (Abstract, Poster)

Arbeitskreis Offene Kinder- und Jugendarbeit Kreis Coesfeld, 2018, Coesfeld/Germany, workshop “Digitalisierung in der Jugendarbeit” (Power Point)

Supporting Health by Tech VIII, 2018, Enschede/The Netherlands, oral presentation “Adherence and predictors of adherence to a blended face-to-face and web-based smoking cessation treatment” (Abstract, Power Point)

DIG-IT UP!, 2018, Ferrara/Italy, session “The survival of the (digitally) fittest?
Digital Youth Work from the perspective of professional development” (Power Point)

14th Tomas More International Days “Social Work in Digital Times – The Digital Gap”, 2018, Geel/Belgium, workshop “How to deal with ethical challenges in digital youth work” (Power Point)

Medical Spectrum Twente Hospital, 2017, Enschede/The Netherlands, science evening oral presentation “Adherence to blended smoking cessation treatment” (Power Point)

Digital Youth Work, 2017, Vienna/Austria, poster presentation “Youth Work mobile 2.0 – Train – Education and training for youth work in the age of smartphones and social media” (poster)

LWL-Bildungszentrum Jugendhof Vlotho, 2017, Vlotho/Germany, symposium “Kinder und Jugendliche im Netz – Fachtag zur professionellen Arbeit mit Kindern und Jugendlichen im Zeitalter von Smartphones und Social Media” (German documentation)

Persuasive Technology, 2017Amsterdam/The Netherlands, doctoral consortium presentation “Exploring patients’ and counsellors’ user experiences of a blended smoking cessation treatment” (adjunct proceedings)

Aldegrever-Gymnasium, 2017, Soest/Germany, oral presentation “Jugendarbeit im Zeitalter von Social Media und Smartphones” (Power Point)

Supporting Health by Technology VII, 2016, Groningen/The Netherlands, oral presentation “The best of both worlds?” – Blending face-to-face and online counselling to improve smoking cessation treatment (Power Point)

Medical Spectrum Twente Hospital, 2015, Enschede/The Netherlands, science evening oral presentation “BlendedSmoking CessationTreatment (RookvrijLeven-Studie)” (Power Point)

DIGITAL LITERACY: Policies, research and good practices, 2015, Padova/Italy, oral presentation “Youth Work Mobile 2.0 (YOWOMO2.0) – A competence framework for youth work in the age of smartphones and social media” (Power Point)

SNIC 2015 – Social Networking in Cyberspace conference, 2015, Wolverhampton/UK, oral presentation “Youth Work Mobile 2.0 (YOWOMO2.0) – A competence framework for youth work in the age of smartphones and social media” (Power Point)

Health Valley, 2018Nijmegen/The Netherlands, pecha kucha “Shaken or stirred? – The perfect martini mix of online and face-to-face smoking cessation treatment” (Power Point)

IR15 – Association of Internet Researchers conference, 2014, Daegu/South Korea, doctoral colloquium discussion “The best of both worlds? – Bridging online and offline communication in health & care” (abstract)


Websites

Youth Work Mobile 2.0 – Train (YOWOMO2.0-Train) – Education and training for youth work in the age of smartphones and social media (2016-2018)

Youth Work Mobile 2.0 (YOWOMO2.0) – A competence framework for youth work in the age of smartphones and social media (2013-2015)

Mobile Social Work – ideas, innovations and apps for social work in the age of smartphones and social media (2012-2014)