As a companion to our previous post, we present some of the publications our Library faculty and academic professionals have published this past spring. Topics include management in the library workplace, data curation, and digital humanities pedagogy. Peruse the selected bibliography we have provided below to learn more about these topics.
(Links to OA journal access, the DOI for individual articles, or the catalog record are provided when available.)
- Holder, Sara, & Amber Lannon. Managing the Multigenerational Librarian Workforce. Cambridge, MA: Chandos, 2018.
- Holder, Sara. “Borrowed from Business: Using Corporate Strategies to Manage Library Projects.” Project Management in the Library Workplace (Advances in Library Administration and Organization, vol. 38). Eds. Alice Daugherty and Samantha Schmehl Hines. Bingley: Emerald Publishing, 2018: 229-244.
- Johnston, Lisa R., Jacob Carlson, Cynthia Hudson-Vitale, Heidi Imker, Wendy Kozlowski, Robert Olendorf, Claire Stewart. “How Important is Data Curation? Gaps and Opportunities for Academic Libraries.” Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 6.1 (2018): eP2198.
- Mohanraj, M. & JJ Pionke. Survivor. Maple Shade, NJ: Lethe Press, 2018.
- Moustafa, Laila Hussein. “Research without Archives?: The Making and Remaking of Area Studies Knowledge of the Middle East in a Time of Chronic War. ” Archivaria, 85 (Spring 2018): 68-95.
- Pionke, J. “Research Services for People with Disabilities.” The Savvy Librarian’s Guide to Technology Innovation in Academic Libraries: Moving Beyond the Wow Factor. Ed. Cinthya Ippoliti. Lanham, Md: Rowman and Littlefield: 2018: 152-154.
- —& Osborne, N. “Symbols of Service: Oral histories of Veteran Tattoos as Outreach.” College and Undergraduate Libraries, 25.2 (2018): 122-130.-
- —. “Functional Diversity Literacy.” Reference Services Review. 46.2 (2018): 242-250.
- Thacker, Mara, & Julie Laut. “A collaborative approach to undergraduate engagement.” portal: Libraries and the Academy 18.2 (2018): 283-300.
- Tracy, Daniel G., and Elizabeth Massa Hoiem, “Scaffolding and Play Approaches to Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Assessment and Iteration in Topically-Driven Courses.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 11.4 (2018).