Spring 2016 Publications by Library Faculty and Academic Professionals

Librarians at Illinois lead their fields of research, and Spring 2016 saw them publishing across a wide range of venues and topics. From new frontiers in reference services and digital humanities to the histories of patents, sport, and women’s movements, library faculty and academic professionals contributed new knowledge to their fields. Below are just some of the places they published in the past few months. A fuller list can be found in the database Publications by University of Illinois Library Faculty.

  • Dougan, Kirstin. Music, YouTube, and Academic Libraries. Notes: Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association 72.3 (2016): 491-508.
  • Downie, J. Stephen, Mike Furlough, Robert H. McDonald, Beth Namachchivaya, Beth A. Plale, and John Unsworth. “The HathiTrust Research Center: Exploring the Full-text Frontier.EDUCAUSE Review 51.3 (2016): 50-51.
  • Fleming-May, Rachel and Harriett Green. “Digital Innovations in Poetry: Practices of Creative Writing Faculty in Online Literary Publishing.” Journal of the Association of Information Science and Technology 6.4 (2016): 859-873.
  • Green, Harriett. “Fostering Assessment Strategies for Digital Pedagogy through Faculty—Librarian Collaborations: An Analysis of Student-Generated Multimodal Digital Scholarship.Laying the Foundation: Digital Humanities in Academic Libraries. Eds. John W. White and Heather Gilbert. West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press, 2016: 179-204.
  • Han, Myung-Ja K., Nicole E. Ream-Sotomayor, Patricia Lampron, Janet Weber, Deren Kudeki. “Making Metadata Maker: A Web Application for Metadata Publication.Library Resources & Technical Services 60.2 (2016): 89-98.
  • Hensley, Merinda and Loriene Roy. “Helping LIS Students Understand the Reference Librarian’s Teacher Identity.” The Reference Librarian 57.4 (2016): 336-340.
  • Huisman, Rhonda and Merinda Kaye Hensley. “Librarians and High-Impact Educational Practices.AALHE Intersection January (2016): 2-3.
  • Ingold, Cindy, ed. How Did Women’s Groups in the American Library Association Promote Activism around Women’s Issues in Librarianship during the 1970s? Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street Press, 2016.
  • Jacoby, JoAnn, David Ward, Susan Avery and Emilia Marcyk. “The Value of Chat Reference Services: A Pilot Study.” portal: Libraries and the Academy 16.1 (2016): 109-129.
  • Joseph, Lura E. “Geologic Field Trip Guidebooks; Shades of Grey.” The Grey Journal: An International Journal on Grey Literature 12.1 (2016): 35-50.
  • Mestre, Lori S. and Eric Kurt. “Excuse me. Is that a Video Studio in your Library?Rethink-It: Libraries for a New Age-Conference Proceedings, Book 3Allendale: Grand Valley State University, 2016.
  • Pionke, JJ. “Using New Literacy to Discuss Disability in the Library.” Critical Literacy for Information Professionals. Ed. Sarah McNicol. London: Facet Publishing, 2016. 57-64.
  • Simmons,Heather J.E. “Cranky No More: The Life and Legacy of Charles Franklin Kettering.” World Patent Information 44 (2016):1-9.
  • Sotomayor, Antonio. The Sovereign Colony: Olympic Sport, National Identity, and International Politics in Puerto Rico. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2016.
  • Sotomayor, Antonio. “Colonial Olympism: Puerto Rico and Jamaica’s Olympic Movement in Pan‐American Sport, 1930 to the 1950s.” The International Journal of the History of Sport 33.1-2 (2016): 84-104.
  • Sotomayor, Antonio. “Challenges and Alternatives to Caribbean Family History and Genealogy: Archives and Sources in Puerto Rico.” Papers of the 59th Annual Meeting of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials: Who Are We Really?: Latin American Family, Local and Micro-Regional Histories and Their Impact on Understanding Ourselves. Ed. Roberto Delgadillo. New Orleans: SALALM Secretariat/Tulane University, 2016: 91-105.
  • Tracy, Daniel G. “Assessing Digital Humanities Tools: Use of Scalar at a Research University.portal: Libraries and the Academy 16.1 (2016): 163-189.
  • Trei, Kelli. “Biological Sciences Librarianship.” Mastering Subject Specialties: Practical Advice from the Field. Ed. Karen Sobel. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2016. 23-30.
  • Wiley, Christie A. “An Analysis of Datasets within Illinois Digital Environment for Access to Learning and Scholarship (IDEALS), the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Repository.Journal of eScience Librarianship 4.2 (2016): e1801.
  • Williams, Sarah C. “Practices, Policies, and Persistence: A Study of Supplementary Materials in Crop Science Journals.Journal of Agricultural and Food Information 17.1 (2016): 11-22.
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