Accessibility Makes Incremental Gains. Library Journal. October 2013.
Char Booth: A DIY Approach to Re-Imagining Libraries. Project Information Literacy Smart Talks No. 16, 27 September 2013.
Constructive Destruction: Examining the Life Cycle of Texts through RE:BOOK. With Natalie Tagge. College & Research Libraries News, September 2013, 74(8);402-40.
Foreword – M-libraries 4: From Margin to Mainstream – Mobile Technologies Transforming Lives and Libraries. Mohammed Ally & Gill Needham, Eds. Facet Publishing, 2013.
Choose Your Own Adventure: Integrating an Information Literacy Rubric into Seven (Very) Different Colleges (Poster with Chappell, Lowe, Stone, and Tagge), ALA Annual 2013.
Visual Curriculum Mapping: Charting the Learner Experience Poster with Alex Chappell, Sara Lowe, Sean Stone, and Natalie Tagge, ALA Annual 2013.
Making Libraries Accessible: Adaptive Design and Assistive Technology (Ed.). 2012. Library Technology
Reports, ALA TechSource. November 2012.
Understanding the Learner Experience: Threshold Concepts and Curriculum Mapping. With Brian Mathews. Invited paper, California Association of Research Libraries (CARL) Conference, June 2012. Invited paper presentation also available via video.
Collaborative customization: Tutorial design across institutional lines. With Catherine Palmer and Lia Friedman. College & Research Libraries News, May 2012 73:243-248.
Reflective Teaching for Librarians. American Libraries, March 2012.
California Community College Student Library & Technology Engagement Survey: 2011 Pilot, Final Report. Sacramento, CA: Council of Chief Librarians of California Community Colleges, available from www.cclccc.org. September 2011. Also, see the LTES open access survey template.
Unlocking HathiTrust: Inside the Librarians’ Digital Library. Library Journal, June 2011.
Reflective teaching, effective learning: Instructional literacy for library educators. Recipient, 2012 ACRL Ilene Rockman Publication of the Year Award. Chicago, IL: ALA Editions, print and ebook versions available. February 2011. PDF preview.
A Rising Tide: the Academic User and the Ebook Experience. Library Journal, January 2011.
E-Texts for All (Even Lucy). Library Journal, August 2010.
Librarians as ______: Shapeshifting at the Periphery. In the Library with the Lead Pipe guest post, July 21, 2010.
Hope, Hype, and VoIP. American Libraries, July 2010.
Build your own instructional literacy. American Libraries, April 2010.
Hope, hype, and VoIP: Riding the library technology cycle. Library Technology Reports, ALA TechSource. July 2010.
Twitter and the visual dataverse. Library Journal, January 2010.
Informing innovation: Tracking student interest in emerging library technologies. April 2009. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries. Available in print at the ALA Store, see also updated template survey instrument, 2010.
From technolust to technorealism. 2009. Public Services Quarterly, 5(2), 139-142.
If You Build It, Will They Care? With Chris Guder, in Pushing the edge: Explore, extend, engage. Proceedings, ACRL 14th National Conference. 2009. Chicago: American Library Association
Managing technology projects. 2009. Public Services Quarterly, 5(1), 59-63.
The Library Student Bill of Rights. Library Journal, December 2008.
Social Capital. In R. Miller, Future-Proof Your Library, Library Journal, August 2008.
Finding your Inner Librarian Moxie, with Lia Friedman. Library Journal, March 2008.
Developing Skype-Based Reference Services. 2008. Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 13(2).
Video Reference and the Library Kiosk: Experimentation and Evaluation. 2008. In Best Practices in Access Services, Driscoll, L. and W. Mitchell, Eds. Also appears in the Journal of Access Services, 5(1-2).
Technology Column Editor, Public Services Quarterly, 2008-2009.