Doctoral Student Publications

Student and Alumni Bibliography

 

Articles

2017

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2017). Competencies for information specialists in emerging roles. Library Management, 38 (1/2).

Hands, A. S. (2017, May). Doctoral student motivation: An examination using self-determination theory. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Society for the Study of Motivation, Boston, MA.

Inzerilla, T. (2017). Teaching faculty collaborating with academic librarians: Developing partnerships to embed information literacy. In S. Ingvaldsen & D. Oberg (Eds.), Chandon Information Professional: Media and information literacy in higher education: Educating the educators (pp. 67-88). Boston, MA: Elsevier. Dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-100630-6.00005-9

 

2016

Bernier, A., & Stenstrom, C. (2016). Moving from chance and “chemistry” to skills: Improving online student learning outcomes in small group collaboration. Education for Information 32(1). [special innovative pedagogies issue], 55-69.

Buchanan, S. (2016). Exploring the lived experience of middle school students engaged in inquiry based learning. In S. Kurbanoglu et al. (Eds.) Information Literacy: Key to an Inclusive Society and the volume # CCIS 676. Paper presented at Fourth Annual European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL): Information Literacy in the Inclusive Society (Prague, 11 October 2016). Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.

Buchanan, S., Harlan, M. A., Bruce, C., & Edwards, S. (2016). Inquiry based learning models, information literacy, and student engagement: A literature review. School Libraries Worldwide, 22(2), 23.

Conrad, L.Y. (2016). Headlines from the discovery files: Key publications on scholarly content discoverability. Learned Publishing (issue and volume forthcoming). DOI: 10.1002/leap.1080

Fraser-Arnott, M. (forthcoming). The value of the MLS or MLIS degree: Transferable skills identified by LIS graduates in non-library roles. The Bottom Line (special issue on 'The Value Added or Added Value of the LIS Master’s Degree').

Harlan, Mary Ann. (2016). Information experiences: 'Information as' for students. Interchange, 44(2), 8-12.

Harlan, M. (2016). Connected information: Connected learning and information practices. School Libraries Worldwide, 22(1), 110-125.

Haycock, K. & Stenstrom, C. (2016). Reviewing the research and evidence: Towards best practices for garnering support for school libraries. School Libraries Worldwide, 22(1), 127-142.

Karadjova, K. & Mourer, M.M. (2016). Searching as strategic exploration: How well do faculty know their students’ opinions regarding information sources?. In S. Kurbanoglu et al. (Eds.) Information Literacy: Key to an Inclusive Society and the volume # CCIS 676. Paper presented at Fourth Annual European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL): Information Literacy in the Inclusive Society (Prague, 11 October 2016). Heidelberg, Germany: Springer.

Smart, C. (2016). The public library’s role in enabling e-government: A view of two countries in the English-speaking Caribbean. The International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age, 3(3), 18-32. doi: 10.4018/IJAPADA.2016070102.

Smeaton, K.; Maybee, C.; Bruce, C.S.; & Hughes, H.E. (2016). Crossing literacy and informed learning boundaries with Manga. Access, 30 (1), 12-26.

Wakimoto, D. (2016). Library graphic design best practices and approval processes. New Library World, 117(1/2), 63-73. doi: 10.1108/NLW-07-2015-0049

Weare, W. H., Jr., Moffett, P., & Cooper, J. P. (2016). Preparing for renovation: Estimating shelf occupancy to inform decision making regarding the redevelopment of library space. Collection Management, 41(3), 168-181. http://hdl.handle.net/1969.1/157547

 

2015

Conrad, L.Y., Leonard, E. & Somerville, M.M. (2015, March). New pathways in scholarly discovery: Understanding the next generation of researcher tools. In Proceedings from Association of College and Research Libraries 2015 Conference (p. 566-575): Portland, OR.

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2015). Librarians outside of libraries: The experiences of library and information science (LIS) graduates working outside of libraries. LIBRI 65(4), 301.

Harlan, M. (2015). Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication, and Collaboration: Built on Information Literacy. Papers of the Treasure Mountain Research Retreat #22, 34-46.

Hirsh, S., Simmons, M.H., Christensen, P., Sellar, M., Stenström, C., Hagar, C., Bernier, A., Faires, D., Fisher, J., Alman, S. (2015). International perspectives in LIS education: Global education, research, and collaboration at the SJSU School of Information. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 56 (Supplement 1), S27-46.

Gundlach, E., Maybee, C., & O’Shea, K. (2015). Statistical literacy social media project for the masses. The Journal of Faculty Development (Special issue: Social media in pedagogy and practice: Networked teaching and learning), 29(2), 71-80.

Maybee, C., Carlson, J., Slebodnik, M., Chapman, B. (2015). “It’s in the syllabus”: Identifying information literacy and data information literacy opportunities using a grounded theory approach. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 41 (4), 369-376.

Stenstrom, C. (2015). Decision-making experiences of public library CEOs: A study exploring the roles of interpersonal influence and evidence in everyday practice. Library Management, 36(8/9), 644-651.

Stenstrom, C., Haycock, K. (2015). The role of interpersonal influence in budget decision making: The Canadian public library experience. Administration & Society 47(8), 983-1014.

Wakimoto, D. (2015). Librarians and graphic design: Preparation, roles, and desired support. Public Services Quarterly. 11(3), 171-182. doi: 10.1080/15228959.2015.105454

Wakimoto, D. & Bruce, C. (2015). Experiencing archives at universities: Archivists, librarians, and collaboration. Reference Services Review, 43(2), 182-198.

Wakimoto, D. & Bruce, C. (2015). Academic librarians’ varying experiences of archives: A phenomenographic study. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 40, 452-459. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/NLW-07-2015-0049

Yu, Y., Zou, H., Tang, W., Liu, L., & Teng, F. (2015). FlexTuner: A flexible container-based tuning system for cloud applications. 2015 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering, 145-154. doi:10.1109/IC2E.2015.24

Zou, H., Chen, H., & Dey, S. (2015). Understanding library user engagement strategies through large-scale Twitter analysis. 2015 IEEE First International Conference on Big Data Computing Service and Applications, 361-370. doi:10.1109/BigDataService.2015.31

Zou, H., Chen, H., & Dey, S. (2015). A quantitative analysis of Pinterest: Understanding library user engagement strategies for effective social media use. Journal of Information Technology Management, 26(3), 21-32.

Zou, H., Chen, H., & Dey, S. (2015). Exploring user engagement strategies and their impacts with social media mining: The case of public libraries. Accepted and forthcoming in Journal of Management Analytics.

 

2014

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2014). Moving from librarian to knowledge manager. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 9(2). Retrieved from https://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/perj/article/view/3134#.VkE6yb8YFnk

Haas, L., Cefkin, M., Kieliszewski, C., Plouffe, W., & Roth, M. Also Kandogan, E., Schwarz, P., Hui, J., Cypher, A., Terrizano, I., Bencala, M., Anderson, L., Vaughan, J., Selinger, P., Moore, R., Anya, O., Maglio, P., Pease, D., Janiak, J., Colino, J., Weber, G., Schmidt, M-T. (2014). The IBM Research Accelerated Discovery Lab. ACM SIGMOD Record, 43(2), 41–48.

Harlan, M.A., Bruce, C., & Lupton, M. (2014). Creating and sharing: teens' information practices in digital communities. Information Research 19(1).

Stenstrom, C. & Haycock, K. (2014). Influence and increased funding in Canadian public libraries. Library Quarterly 84(1), 49-68.

Stenstrom, C., Roberts, K. and & Haycock, K. (2014). The role of influence in city and public library partnerships: An exploratory study. Library Management 35(3), 213-223.

Tucker, V.M., Weedman, J., Bruce, C.S., & Edwards, S.L. (2014). Learning portals: Analyzing threshold concept theory for LIS education. Journal of Education for Library & Information Science, 55(2), 150-165.

Wakimoto, D.K. (2014). Model correlates many factors to undergraduates’ perceived importance of library and research activities, but low explanation power suggests more research needed (Evidence summary). Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 9(2).

Wakimoto, D.K. & Lewis, R. (2014). Graduate student perceptions of eportfolios: Uses for reflection, development, and assessment. Internet & Higher Education, 21, 53-58.

Zou, H.., Yu, Y., Tang, W., & Chen, H. (2014). FlexAnalytics: A flexible data analytics framework for Big Data applications with I/O performance improvement. Big Data Research, 1(1), 4-13. doi:10.1016/j.bdr.2014.07.001

 

2013

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2013). Library and information science (LIS) transferable competencies. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library & Information Practice & Research, 8(2). Retrieved from https://journal.lib.uoguelph.ca/index.php/perj/article/view/2595#.VkE7EL8YFnk

Maybee, C., Bruce, C.S., Lupton, M. & Rebmann, K. (2013). Learning to use information: Informed learning in the undergraduate  classroom. Library and Information Science Research, 35(3), 200-206.

Maybee, C., Doan, T. & Riehle, C. F. (2013). Making an IMPACT: Campus-wide collaboration for course and learning space transformation. College and Research Libraries News, 74, 32-35.

Smart, C. (2015). Born fi dead? Special collections and born digital heritage, Jamaica. IFLA Journal, 41(3), 230-236.

Smart, C. (2013 March). Developing hybrid models for library customer service standards. Journal of Creative Library Practice [electronic journal]. Retrieved from
http://creativelibrarypractice.org/2013/03/19/developing-hybrid-models-for-library-customer-service-standards/

Wakimoto, D. K., Hansen, D., & Bruce, C. (2013). The case of LLACE: Challenges, triumphs, and lessons of a community archives. The American Archivist, 76(2).

Wakimoto, D. K. (2013). Google Scholar retrieves twice as many relevant citations as PubMed and provides greater full-text access for quick, clinical nephrology searches (Evidence summary). Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 8(4).

Wakimoto, D. K., Bruce, C., & Partridge, H. (2013). Archivist as activist: Lessons from three queer community archives in California. Archival Science 13, 293-316.

 

2011

Harlan, M. A., Bruce, C., & Lupton, M. (2011). Teen content creators: Experiences of using information to learn. Library Trends, 60(2).

Romaniuk, M.J., & Haycock, K. (2011). Designing and evaluating library leadership programs, The Australian Library Journal, 60(1), 29-40.

Wakimoto, D. K. (2011). Decline in reference transactions with few questions referred to librarian when the reference desk is staffed by a paraprofessional (Evidence Summary). Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 6(1).

Wakimoto, D. & Soules, A. (2011). Evaluating Accessibility Features of Tutorial Creation Software. Library Hi Tech, 29(1), 122-136.

 

2010

Wakimoto, D. K. (2010). Lack of congruence between analyses and conclusions limits usefulness of study of socio-cultural influences on student choice of LIS field in Greece (Evidence Summary). Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 5(3).

Wakimoto, D. K. (2010). Information Literacy Instruction Assessment and Improvement through Evidence-Based Practice: A Mixed Method Study. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 5(1).

Wakimoto, D. K. (2010). Benefits of unionization still unclear for U.S. academic libraries and librarians (Evidence Summary). Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 5(1).

 

2009

Naghshineh, M., Ratnaparkhi, R., Dillenberger, D., Doran, J. R., Dorai, C., Anderson, L., Pacifici, G., et al. (2009). IBM Research Division cloud computing initiative. IBM Journal of Research and Development, 53(4), 1:1 –1:10. doi:10.1147/JRD.2009.5429055

 

Conference Presentations

2017

Hands, A. S. (2017, January). What is the why?: Understanding initial motivation for earning a doctoral degree in library and information science. Poster session presented at the meeting of the Association for Library and Information Science Education, Atlanta, GA.

 

2016

Buchanan, S. (2016, April). The Lived Experience of Eighth Grade Students Engaged in Student Driven Inquiry. Graduate student conference panel presentation. The Rutger’s University Reimagining the Child: Next Steps in the Study of Childhood(s).

Buchanan, S. (2016, January). Student-driven, independent inquiry and academic motivation. Poster session. Association for Library and Information Science Education, Boston, MA.

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2016, January). Professional identities of LIS graduates in non-traditional roles. Poster session. Association for Library and Information Science Education, Boston, MA.

Kaufmann, K. F. (2016) Socio-Cognitive Relevance of Information Literacy: The impact on  student academic work. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2016 – Columbus, OH – Connections. Collaboration. Community in Session 101 - Poster Sessions. http://library.ifla.org/1580/

Morrison, K. (2016, April).  ’Ain’t no love for us ghetto children, so we cold’:  Critical Information Literacy, Hip Hop, & Asset Pedagogy. Show & Prove Hip hop Studies Conference, Riverside,  CA.

 

2015

Anderson, L.C., and Kieliszewski, C.A. (2015, October). Using digital trace data to examine the social dynamics of scientific teams. Poster at the Computational Social Science Society of the Americas, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.

Anderson, L.C., and Kieliszewski, C.A. (2015, July). Co-creative aspects of data-driven discovery. In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

Anya, O., Moore, B., Kieliszewski, C., Maglio, P., and Anderson, L. (2015, July). Understanding the practice of discovery in enterprise big data science: An agent-based approach. In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

Buchanan, S. (2015, June). The impact of student-driven, independent inquiry on academic motivation. Presented at the 7th International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries, Paris.

Conrad, L. Y. (2015, September). Discoverability and delivery: Learning from users to support their work. Presented at the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers International Conference, London. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jii2zPmPhQ&list=PLYB4k71cVIeWDfM97MxkizEilPN5Iulu7&index=4

Maybee, C. (2015, April). Preparing today’s learners: The role of information literacy in the adoption of innovative pedagogies. Invited presentation at the University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia. Available at http://www.usq.edu.au/learning-teaching/usqsalon/previous/maybee

Morrison, K. (2015, March). Who knows? A cultural wealth approach to knowledge production, Information Literacy and civic participation. Presented at the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL), Portland, OR.

Morrison, K. (2015, March). Cultural wealth & information literacy: A critical approach to participatory literacy. Presented at the National Association to Promote Library & Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish Speaking (REFORMA) Conference, San Diego, CA.

Morrison, K. (2015, May). Critical literacies & asset pedagogies: Implications for information literacy praxis. Presented at the Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians (CAPAL) Conference, Ottawa, Canada.

Otero-Boisvert, M., Romaniuk, M.J., Stenstrom, C., Fisher, B. & Haycock, K. (2015 January). Transforming LIS Professionals into Self-Confident Leaders. Juried panel. Association for Library and Information Science Education, Chicago, IL.

Sarraf, N. (2015, March). Smart affective search [Lightening talk]. Presented at the iConference, Newport, California.

Stenstrom, C. (2015, July). Decision-making practices of public library CEOs. Presented at the 8th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference, Brisbane, QLD.

Zou, H. (2015, April). Understanding library user engagement strategies through large-scale Twitter analysis, Paper presented at First International Conference on Big Data Computing Service and Applications, San Francisco, CA.

 

2014

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2014). Librarians as Knowledge Managers: How Librarians Can Lead and Support Organizational Knowledge Management Initiatives. Presented at ARMA 2014 Fall IM Days, Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2014). Moving from Librarian to Knowledge Manager: How Libraries and Librarians Can Play a Key Role in Organizational Knowledge Management. Presented at the Canadian Library Association Annual Conference in Victoria, BC, Canada.

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2014). Smart Training: Optimizing Training Initiatives. Presented at the Canadian Library Association Annual Conference in Victoria, BC, Canada.

Kieliszewski, C.A., Anderson, L.C., and Stucky, S.U. (2014, July). A case study: Designing the service experience for big data discovery. In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, Krakow, Poland. AHFE Conference 2014 Publishing, 460-473 (ISBN 978-1-4951-2091-6).

Langston, B., Lelescu, A., Louie, E., Cheng, I., Labrie, J., Colino, J., Anderson, L., Kato, L., and Chen, Y. (2014, April). The Strategic IP insight Platform (SIIP): A Foundation for Discovery.  IEEE:  SRII Conference.

Morrison, K. (2014, April). “Ain't no love for us ghetto children, so we cold”: hip hop, information literacy 3 and student agency. California Conference on Library Instruction (CCLI), Oakland, CA. Invited speaker.

Otero-Boisvert, M. (2014, January). Funding the academic library: An ethnography. Poster session. Association for Library and Information Science Education, Philadelphia, PA.

Romaniuk, M.J. (2014 January).  Developing emerging leaders in the library profession: Program content, self-efficacy and leadership. Poster session. Association for Library and Information Science Education, Philadelphia, PA.

 

2013

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2013). Opportunities for LIS Graduates: Capitalizing on our Transferable Competencies. Presentation at the Library 2.013 (Virtual Conference). Available at https://sas.elluminate.com/drtbl?sid=2008350&suid=D.30FFFEC61CCC4C921DDF4647250BB0

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2013). Transferable Competencies: Opportunities for LIS Graduates in Non-Librarian Positions. Presentation at the Canadian Library Association Ottawa Fall Kick-Off in Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2013). Transferable Competencies: Opportunities for LIS Graduates in Non-Librarian Positions. Presented at the Canadian Library Association Conference in Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

Harlan, M.A. (2013). Digital Media and Learning Conference. Panel Convener: Generation Connect: Evolution of a Youth-Center Network in San Francisco.

Livermore, F. Maybee, C., & Keen, S. (2013, April). Making history: Using digital storytelling to teach discipline-specific information practices to undergraduates. Poster presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Maybee, C., Doan, T, & Garritano, J. (2013, April). Librarians with impact: Contributing to campus-wide learning space and course-redesign initiatives. Panel presented at the Association of College and Research Libraries Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

 

2012

Anderson, L. (2012). Information Sharing in Virtual Collaboration - A Software Engineering Perspective. Work-In-Progress Poster presented at the 2012 ALISE Annual Conference. Extending our Reach: Expanding Horizons, Creating Opportunity, Dallas, TX, USA.

Carman, S. H., Strong, H. R., Chandra, A. A., Oh, S., Spangler, W. S., & Anderson, L. C. (2012, October). Predictive Value Of Comments in the Service Engagement Process. ASIST 2012. Presented at the American Society for Information Science Annual Meeting 2012, Baltimore, MD, USA: John Wiley and Sons.

Harlan, M.A. (2012).  Information Practices of Teen Content Creators, Panel: Source Code: Digital Youth Participation. Presented at American Library Association conference, Anaheim, CA.

Inzerilla, T. (2012). Academic faculty's teaching social networks: How can library faculty's role be more integral? ALISE: Doctoral Poster. Dallas, TX.

Maybee, C. (2012, August). Using information to learn: Informed learning in the higher education classroom. Invited seminar presented at the University of Borås, Borås, Sweden.

Maybee, C. (2012, August). Variations in student experiences of learning to use information in context. Paper presented at Special Interest Group Meeting 9 (Phenomenography and Variation Theory Conference) of the European Association of Research for Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Jönköping, Sweden.

Psaier, H., Anderson, L., Ludwig, H., & Shaw, B. (2012). Identifying and Managing Variation Scope in Service Management. IEEE 2012 World Congress on Services (Services 2012). Presented at the IEEE 19th International Conference on Web Services (ICWS 2012), Honolulu, Hawaii: IEEE Computer Society. Retrieved from http://www.servicescongress.org/2012/. To appear in IEEE ICWS 2012 Proceedings.

Stenstrom, C. (2012, January). Factors influencing funding decisions by elected politicians at the state/provincial level: A case study of public libraries in Canada. Poster session. Association for Library and Information Science Education, Dallas, TX.

Stenstrom, C. (2012, October). Cheaper or faster: Who benefits when cities manage the public library's information technology services? Presented at Library 2.012 Conference, online.

Tucker, V.M. (2012, January). Threshold concepts in search expertise. Poster session. Association for Library and Information Science Education, Dallas, TX.

Tucker, V.M. (2012, April). What does it mean to be an expert searcher in a 2.0 world? Presentation. American Society for Information Science & Technology Chapter, San José State University, San José, CA.

Tucker, V.M. (2012, June). Threshold concepts in search expertise.  Poster session. 4th Biennial Threshold Concepts Conference, Dublin, Ireland.

Wakimoto, D. K. (2012, January). Queer community archives. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE), Dallas, TX.

Wakimoto, D. K., Maybee, C., & Tucker, V. (2012, October). Cutting, polishing, and displaying: Preparing jewels from your thesis for presentations and publications. Presented at Library 2.012 Conference, online.

Wakimoto, D. K. (2012, November). A tale of two community archives: Saving histories, empowering individuals, and changing practice. Paper presented at the Buildings, Books & Blackboards: Intersecting Narratives Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

 

2011

Anderson, Laura. (2011). Putting the “Information” into Information Technology: Reflections on a non-traditional LIS career. Presented at the Library 2.011 Web conference presentation, worldwide; virtual. Retrieved from https://sas.elluminate.com/mr.jnlp?suid=M.9CD71BDBFA757FCBC9EB209FFC2D80&sid=2008350

Hall, S., Haycock, K. & Stenstrom, C. (2011, April). Public library funding in the political arena: New insights into decision making about your budget. Presented at the British Columbia Library Association Annual Conference, Victoria, Canada.

Hall, S. Haycock, K. & Stenstrom, C. (2011, January). Getting your politician's attention. Presented at the Ontario Library Association Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Harlan, M. A. (2011). Pathways through Information Experiences:  Exploring information practices of teen content creators in digital communities. Paper presented at the Connections Conference Milwaukee.

Harlan, M. A. (2011). Experiences of Using Information to Learn. Library 2.011. Online Presentation.

Haycock, K. & Stenstrom, C. (2011, May). Getting your politician's attention: Factors affecting the funding decisions of elected politicians. Presented at the Canadian Library Association Annual Conference, Halifax, Canada.

Inzerilla, T., Loertscher, D., Bruce, C. S., & Lupton, M. (2011). Academic faculty’s teaching social networks : what is the extent of library faculty’s inclusion? In Benoit, Edward III (Ed.) Proceedings of the 2011 Great Lakes Connections Conference: Discourse & Illumination, UW-Milwaukee's School of Continuing Education, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Retrieved from http://minds.wisconsin.edu/handle/1793/54421

Maybee, C. (2011, January). Information literacy in the higher education classroom. Poster session presented at the Association of Library and Information Science Educators, San Diego, CA.

Romaniuk, M.J. & Ingles, E.B. (2011, May). Adding rigor to program evaluation: A mixed methods approach to evaluating library leadership development programs. Presented at the 3rd International Conference on Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries. Athens, Greece.

Shaw, B., Anderson, L., Blomberg, J., Cefkin, M., Ludwig, H., Rankin, Y., & Stucky, S. (2011). Drivers of Variation and Limits of Standardization in Complex Global Service Systems. Presented at the INFORMS 2011 Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, USA. Retrieved from https://informs.emeetingsonline.com/emeetings/formbuilder/clustersessiondtl.asp?csnno=14607&mmnno=206&ppnno=56618

Stenstrom, C. (2011, October). Influencing decision makers to give libraries more funding? Presented at Worldwide Library 2.011 Conference, online.

Strong, H. R., Zhou, R., Anderson, L. C., Oh, S., Chandra, A. A., Rankin, Y. R., Ludwig, H., et al. (2011). Translating between Technical Dialects. Presented at the INFORMS Annual Meeting 2011, Charlotte, NC, USA.

Tucker, V.M. (2011, January). Becoming an expert searcher. Poster session. Association for Library and Information Science Education, San Diego, CA.

Tucker, V.M. (2011, November). Legal information questions in the public library setting. Library 2.011 Worldwide Virtual Conference.

Wakimoto, D. K. (2011, January). Community archives. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE), San Diego, CA.

 

2010

Anderson, L., Shaw, B., & Thomas, J. (2010). Navigating the landscape: Making insight actionable and realizable. Presented at the CHI 2010 Bridging the Gap Workshop: Moving from Contextual Analysis to Design, Atlanta, Georgia.

Anderson, Laura Challman, Johns, K. M., Lichtsinn, M., Rhodes, J., Strong Jr, H. R., & Zhou, R. (2010). Enhancing Collaboration with IBM’s Rational Jazz (tm). Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Vol. 6470, pp. 501–514). Presented at the ICSOC - 8th International Conference on Service Oriented Computing, San Francisco, CA.

Anderson, Laura, & Zhou, R. (2010). Integration of Project Management and Software Development Processes in a Complex Project. Conference Presentation presented at the INFORMS 2010 Annual Meeting; Topics in Project Management Cluster. Austin, TX, USA. Retrieved from https://informs.emeetingsonline.com/emeetings/formbuilder/clustersessiondtl.asp?csnno=12979&mmnno=196&ppnno=48287

Harlan, M. A. (2010). Information Practices of Teen Content Creators. ALISE. Poster Presentation. Boston, MA.

Inzerilla, T. (2010). Academic and library faculty collaboration: A social network analysis ALISE: Works in Progress Poster.  Boston, MA.

Romaniuk, M.J. (2010, August). Library Leadership Development: What does this mean and why should we care? Presented at the San José State University - SLIS Research Colloquium, San José, USA. : Video taped and available online at San José State University - SLIS.

 

Monographs and Book Chapters

2016

Baker-Gardner, Ruth and Smart, Cherry-Ann.  2016[2017]. Ignorance or Intent? A Caribbean Perspective of Plagiarism in Higher Education among LIS students: A Case Study. In Handbook of Research on Academic Misconduct in Higher Education, edited by D. M. Velliaris, chap. 9. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-1610-1

Smart, Cherry-Ann and Newman, Dunstan. (2015). Academic libraries in higher education: Capacity Building at The University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. In Mondal, P., & Chakraborty, S.  (Eds.), LIS Careers at the Crossroads: Challenges and Opportunities, 263-272. Calcutta: Department of Library and Information Science, University of Calcutta.

 

2015

Fraser-Arnott, M. (2015). Expanding the horizon of the MLIS. In Introduction to Today’s Information Services, Hirsh, S. ed. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

Hands, A.S. (2015). Successfully serving the college bound. Chicago: ALA Editions.

Harlan, M.A. (2015). Literacy and media centers in the 21st century: School libraries. In Introduction to Today’s Information Services, Hirsh, S. ed. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

Stenstrom, C. (2015). Demonstrating value: Assessment. In Introduction to Today’s Information Services, Hirsh, S. ed. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.

Weare, W. H., Jr. (2015). Succession planning in academic libraries: A reconsideration. In S. S. Hines & M. Simons (Eds.), Library staffing for the future (Advances in Library Administration and Organization, 34, 313-361). Bingley, U.K.: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. http://hdl.handle.net/1969.1/156009

 

2014

Harlan, M.A. (2014). Information experiences of teen content creators. In Bruce, C., et al. (Eds.) Information Experience : Approaches to Theory and Practice. Library and Information Science Series, 9. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley , UK.

Maybee, C. (2014). Experiences of informed learning in the undergraduate classroom. In Bruce, C., et al. (Eds.) Information Experience : Approaches to Theory and Practice. Library and Information Science Series, 9. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley , UK.

Tucker, V.M. (2014). The expert searcher's experience of information. In Bruce, C., et al. (Eds.) Information Experience : Approaches to Theory and Practice. Library and Information Science Series, 9. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley , UK.

Tucker, V.M. (2014). The expert searcher's experience of information. In: Information experience: Approaches to theory & practice. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.

 

2013

Smart, C. and Stewart-Fullerton, C. (2013). Exploration of an e-resources consortium in Jamaica: An initial examination and tentative suggestions for the future. In  A. Woodsworth & W.D. Penniman (Eds.) Mergers and Alliances: The Operational View and Cases (Advances in Librarianship, Volume 37) (pp. 243-268). Bingley (UK): Emerald Group Publishing Ltd.

 

2012

Berendt, L. and Otero-Boisvert, M. (2012). Future proofing the academic librarian. In B. Crowley (Ed.) Defending Professionalism: A Resource for Librarians, Information Specialists, Knowledge Managers, and Archivists (pp. 75-89). Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.

 

2011

Ludwig, H., Rankin, Y., Enyedi, R., & Anderson, L. (2011). Process Variation Analysis Using Empirical Methods: A Case Study. In S. Rinderle-Ma, F. Toumani, & K. Wolf (Eds.), Business Process Management, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Vol. 6896, pp. 62–65). Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. Retrieved from http://www.springerlink.com.ezp01.library.qut.edu.au/content/j33q7t4623x7v530/abstract/

Romaniuk, M.J. & Ingles, E. B. (2011, May). Adding rigor to program evaluation: A mixed methods approach to evaluating library leadership development programs. In Book of Abstracts: Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries QQML (2011) A. Katsirikou ed. 

 

2010

Tucker, V.M. & Lampson, M. (2010). Finding the answers to legal questions. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers.

 

Dissertations

2016

Anderson, L.C. (2016). Information sharing in virtual collaboration: A software engineering perspective. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from National Library of Australia.

 

2015

Maybee, C. (2015). Informed learning in the undergraduate classroom: The role of information experiences in shaping outcomes. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from National Library of Australia.

Otero-Boisvert, M. (2015). Funding the academic library: An ethnography. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from National Library of Australia.

 

2014

Romaniuk, M.J. (2014). Developing emerging leaders in the library profession: Program content, self-efficacy and leadership. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from National Library of Australia.

 

2013

Inzerilla, T. (2013) Community college faculty's teaching social networks and their implications for librarians. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from National Library of Australia.

Tucker, V.M. (2013) Acquiring search expertise: Learning experiences and threshold concepts. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from National Library of Australia.

 

2012

Harlan, M.A. (2012) Information pathways: The information practices and experiences of teen content creators. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from National Library of Australia.

Stenstrom, C. (2012). Factors influencing funding decisions by elected politicians at the state/provincial level: A case study of public libraries in Canada. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from National Library of Australia.

Wakimoto, D.K. (2012). The history of queer community archives in California since 1950. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from National Library of Australia.