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RSS Members Publication List!

RSS Members are doing great things and we want to share this so we are compiling publications by RSS members.

This is a way to showcase the activities of RSS members and it also serves as a resource for you!

We will be continually updating the list; so fill out the form and see your name in the spotlight!


 Brisson, Banks, Claire V.


Brisson-Banks, C. (2010). Managing change and transitions: a comparison of different models and their commonalities. Library Management, 31(4/5), 241 - 252.


Brisson-Banks, C. V. (2011). The social media guide for ancestral research applying Web 2.0 strategies. Raleigh: lulu.com.


Bunker, Nancy


Bunker, N.A. (2005). Primary Source Collections in the Pacific Northwest: An Historical Researcher's Guide. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.


Butler, Betsy


NEW!! Butler, B. (2013). CBQ review essay: Tintin as an unproductive journalist, but a wholesome hero. Communication Booknotes Quarterly, 44(2), 49-62.

NEW!! Butler, B. (2013). Trimmed and ornamented: First Lady Ida McKinley's dresses and gowns. PieceWork, 21(4), 36-40.

NEW!! Butler, B. (2013). First Lady Ida Saxton McKinley and her crocheted slippers. PieceWork 21(6): 47-49.

Butler, B. (2011). CBQ review essay: "You people are not watching enough television": Mad Men-related books that reflect the history, popular culture, style and philosophy of 1960s America. Communication Booknotes Quarterly, 42(4), 166-179.

Conference Proceedings:

Butler, B. (2013). “Make the Most of Your Days Away from the Library: Spend Them Learning, Discovering and Sharing Your Calling with Others.” Continuing Education for Librarians: Essays on Career Improvement Through Classes, Workshops, Conferences and More. Ed. Carol Smallwood, Kerol Harrod and Vera Gubnitskaia. Jefferson, NC: McFarland. 63-70.


Coleman, Jason


Coleman, J., Theiss-White, D., & Fritch, M.E. (2011). Social software for training and managing reference staff. Indiana Libraries, 30(1), 40-48. Available online at http://journals.iupui.edu/ index.php/IndianaLibraries/article/viewFile/1913/1824

Coleman, J. (2011). QR codes: What are they and why should you care? Kansas Library Association College and University Libraries Section Proceedings, 1, 16-23.

Conference Proceedings:

NEW!! Pitts, J., Bonella, L., & Coleman, J. (2012). We built it, why didn't they come? An analysis of library awareness and usage in the Kansas State University distance learning community. In F. Baudino (Ed.), Brick and Click Libraries: an academic library symposium, Friday, October 26, 2012. Maryville, MO: Northwest Missouri State University.


Cordell, Roseanne M.


Cordell, R. M. & Fisher, L. (2010). Reference questions as an authentic assessment of information literacy. RSR Reference Services Review, 38(3), 474-481.


Filgo, Ellen Hampton


Filgo, E. H. (2011). #Hashtag Librarian: Embedding Myself Into a Class via Twitter and Blogs. Computers in Libraries, 31(6), 78-80.


Hagman, Jessica


Hagman, J. (2012). Joining the Twitter conversation. Public Services Quarterly 8(1), 78-85. doi: 10.1080/15228959.2012.650564


Hodge, Megan


Hodge, M. & Spoor, N. (2012). Congratulations! You've landed an interview: What do hiring committees really want? New Library World, 113 (3/4), 139-161.


Hoppenfeld, Jared


NEW!! Hoppenfeld, J., & Smith, M. M. (2014). Information-seeking behaviors of business faculty. Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship, 19(1), 1-14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08963568.2014.852906

NEW!! Hoppenfeld, J., Wyckoff, T., Henson, J. J., Mayotte, J. N., & Kirkwood, H. P., Jr. (2013). Librarians and the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans: Helping disabled veterans with business research. Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship, 18(4), 293-308. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08963568.2013.825227

NEW!! Hoppenfeld, J., & Arant-Kaspar, W. (2010). Do-It-Yourself for course reserves: A student-driven service in an academic library. Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Electronic Reserve, 20(5), 353-361. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1072303X.2010.520264

Hoppenfeld, J. (2012). Keeping students engaged with web-based polling in the library instruction session. Library Hi Tech, 30(2), 235-252. doi: 10.1108/07378831211239933


Jeter, Melissa C.


Jeter, M. C. (2012). "Weathering the Storm: Expanding an Oral History Collection in Uncertain Economic Times." Library Worklife: HR E-News for Today's Leaders.



Johnson, Qiana


NEW!! Johnson, Q. (2013). Database Support for Public Policy Paper Location. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 52(3), 224-230.



Leibiger, Carol A.


Leibiger, C. A. (2011). "Google reigns triumphant?": Stemming the tide of googlitis via collaborative, situated information literacy instruction. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 30(4), 187-222. doi:10.1080/01639269.2011.628886

Book Chapter:

Aldrich, A. W., & Leibiger, C. A. (2009). Face it! Reference work and politeness theory go hand in hand. In D. M. Mueller (Ed.), Pushing the Edge: Explore, Engage, Extend. Proceedings of the Fourteenth National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries (pp. 235-246). Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/events/national/seattle/papers/235.pdf


Leman, Hope


Leman, H. (2011). Nurturing the novice nurse researcher: Strategies for librarians. Newsletter of the Nursing and Allied Health Section of the Medical Library Association, 31(3).

Leman, H. (2011). ResearchRaven and ScanGrants. Incipit: History of the Health Sciences Section Newsletter of the Medical Library Association, XXII(2).

Leman, H. (2010, September). The water's fine: deepdyve right in. Online. Retrieved from http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-236991360.html.

Leman, H. (2010). ResearchRaven: Its value to librarians. Sci-Tech News, 64(2), Article 5.

Leman, H. (2010). Terminology and trend watching via ResearchRaven. Library Hi Tech News, 27(8).

Leman, H. (2010). That's so Research Raven (and ScanGrants): Tales from the web services frontier. Online, 34(4), 18-22.

Leman, H. (2010). What do we mean when we say nursing research? Newsletter of the Nursing and Allied Health Section of the Medical Library Association, 30(3).

Leman, H. (2010). Open sesame: The open science and open data movements and their implications for librarians. Oregon Library Association Quarterly, 16(3), 29-32.

Leman, H. (2010). Promoting and tracking the use of hospital library web services by outside entities. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 29(2), 175-182.

Leman, H. (2009). Internet resources: Health 2.0. MLA News, 420, 11.

Leman, H. (2009). Review of ScanGrants in 2009 by Martha E. Hardy. Journal of the American Medical Library Association, 97(3), 234-235. 

Leman, H. (2008). ScanGrants: A case study of the creation of a free online database of current grants, scholarships, and other sources of funding in the health sciences. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries, 5(4), 313-324.

Leman, H. (2008). ScanGrants: A new service for libraries, a new role for librarians. Computers in Libraries, 28(8), 20-24.

O'Brien, D., Davis, R., & Leman, H. (2008). How to create a simple online electronic table of contents delivery service: Medgrab as a case study. Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 8(1), 38-52.

Leman, H. (2008). ScanGrants—Web 2.0 opportunities for the medical librarian.  MCMLA Express: Newsletter of the Midcontinental Chapter of the Medical Library Association, 29(4), 11-12.


Guest Column. (2008, December). The Informed Librarian Online.

Ongoing column Science Today in Sci-Tech News of the Special Libraries Association.


Regular Reviewer for the Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA).

Regular Reviewer for the Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship.

Regular Reviewer for the Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries.

Occasional Reviewer for Medical Reference Services Quarterly.


Lopresti, Robert


Lopresti, R. & Imholtz, A.  (2011). 'Reckless and unwarranted inferences': The US house library scandal of 1861.  Library & Information History, 27(1), 3-16.

Lopresti, R. (2010). Citation accuracy in environmental science journals.  Scientometrics, 85(3), 647-655.


Marvin, Stephen


 Robinson, Julie, Lear, Marjorie Schreiber, Marvin, Stephen and Duque, Gabriel (2011) Survey on Library Services for Spanish Speakers. REFORMA Newsletter, p. 8 http://www.reforma.org/article_content.asp?edition=2&section=1&article=33

 Marvin, Stephen (2011) Desafios con consorcios en America Latina: Barreras Intrinsicas que se encuentran con los proyectos del consorcio. REFORMA Newsletter, p. 14.


Marvin, S. (2011). Dictionary of scientific principles. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.


Mastel, Kristen

Book Chapters

Mastel, K. (2011). Extending our reach: Embedding library resources and services within extension. In
C. Kvenild & K. Calkins (Eds.), Embedded librarians: moving beyond the one-shot. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.


Miller, Kelly


NEW!! Miller, K., & and Morton, M. (2012). "Hidden Learning: Undergraduates at Work in the Archives." Archive Journal, 2. Retrieved from http://www.archivejournal.net/issue/2/notes-and-queries/hidden-learning/


Moyer, Jessica


Moyer, J. E. (2012, June). Audiobooks and ebooks: A literature review and discussion of implications for library services.  Reference and User Services Quarterly.

Moyer, J. E. & J. Thiele. (2012). Ebooks in public libraries: A literature review and case study. New Library World, (in press).  

Moyer, Jessica E.  (2011, Fall). What does it really mean to “read” a text?  Digital Literacies column, Journal of Adult and Adolescent Literacy, 55(3).


Popp, Mary




NEW!! Dallis, D., & Popp, M. (2012). Planning and Implementing Resource Discovery Tools in Academic Libraries. Hershey PA: Information Science Reference. 


Powers, Amanda Clay


Nolen, D., Powers, A., Zhang, L., Xu, Y., Cannady, R., & Li, J. (2012). Moving beyond assumptions: The use of virtual reference data in an academic library. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 12(1), 23-40. 

Powers, A. (2011). EBSCO's EDS: Relying on patron data to show the way. Library Journal, (Ref. Suppl.)  14-15.

Powers, A., Shedd, J., & Hill, C. (2011). The role of virtual reference in library web site design: A qualitative source for usage data. Journal of Web Librarianship, 5(2), 96-113.

Powers, A., Nolen, D., Zhang, L., Xu, Y., & Peyton, G. (2010). Moving from the  onsortium to the reference desk: Keeping chat and improving reference at the MSU Libraries. Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 15(3), 169-188. 

Powers, A. (2008). Social networking as ethical discourse: Blogging a practical and normative library ethic. Journal of Library Administration, 47(3/4), 191-209.

Powers, A., Schmidt, J., & Hill, C. (2008). Why can't we be friends? The MSU Libraries find friends on Facebook. Mississippi Libraries, 72(1), 3-5.

Brazzeal, B. & Powers, A.C. (2007). Electronic access to agricultural journals: An agronomy case study. Serials Review, 33(3), 155.

Powers, A. & Lee, D. (2007). Library 2.0 in Mississippi. Mississippi Libraries, 71(3), 74-75.  


Prentice, Katie (Katherine)

Book Chapters

Feldman, J., Felty, J., & Prentice, K. (2011). Chapter 34 General Reference. In L.L Thompson, M.L. Higa, E. Carrigan, & R. Tobia (Eds.), The Medical Library Association's master guide to authoritative information resources in the health sciences (pp. 623-636). New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers.


Redmond, Mary

Book Chapters

Redmond, M. (2012). "I thought you retired!":  Volunteering in your library. In C. Smallwood (Ed.), Pre- and post-retirement tips for librarians (pp. 133-142). Chicago: American Library Association.


Roy, Loriene


Roy, L. (2011). Library instruction: The teaching prong in the reference/readers advisory/instruction triad. The Reference Librarian, 52 (3), 274-276.


Roy, L., A. Bhasin & S. Arriaga. (2011). Tribal Libraries, Archives, and Museums: Preserving Our Language, Memory, and Lifeways. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow.


Shonrock, Diana D.


Shonrock, D. D. & S. R. Crull. (2010). “Information Literacy and Cooperative Learning: A Global Housing Project.” Public Services Quarterly 6(1): 1-18.

Johns, S. L. & D. D. Shonrock,(2007). “Research Strategies: A Bibliometric Study/Analysis of the First Sixteen Volumes.” Serials Librarian 53(1-2), 211-230.

Johns, S. L. & D. D. Shonrock,(2007). “Research Strategies: A Bibliometric Study/Analysis of the First Sixteen Volumes.” Serials Librarian 53(1-2), 211-230.

Lindstrom, J. & D. D. Shonrock, (2006). “Faculty-Librarian Collaboration to Achieve Integration of Information Literacy.” Reference & User Services Quarterly, 46(1), 18-23.

Shonrock, D. (2007). Retail Reference or Not? Reference & User Services Quarterly, 46(4), 8, 23.

Shonrock, D. (2007). ALA-APA Support Staff Certification. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 46(3), 9-12.

Shonrock, Diana D. (2006). “ NextGen Librarians: Interviews with RUSA Interns.” Reference and User Services Quarterly, 46(2), 7-11.

Shonrock, Diana D. (2006). “The Four E's of Experience and Leadership; or How to Plot a Future Course for RUSA.” Reference & User Services Quarterly, 46(1), 7-10.

Stacy-Bates, Kristine, Janice Fryer, Jeffrey Kushkowski and Diana D. Shonrock. (Spring 2003) “Competencies for Bibliographers: A Process for Writing a Collection Development Competencies Document”. Reference & User Service Quarterly, 42(3): 235-241.

Pellack, Lorraine, Richard Llewellyn and Diana D. Shonrock. “The Use of Electronic-Only Journals in Scientific Research”. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship No. 35 (Summer, 2002). http://www.istl.org/02-summer/refereed.html

Stacy-Bates, Kristine and Diana D. Shonrock. (1998). “Women’s Studies as Represented in Twentieth Century Reference Books.” Serials Librarian. 35(2): 125-137.


Shonrock, Diana D., Editor. (1996) Evaluating Library Instruction: Sample Questions, Forms, and Strategies for Practical Use. Chicago, IL: ALA Editions.

Book Chapters:

Shonrock, Diana D. (2003). “A Bookless Society---Who Says?” In Musings, Meanderings, and Monsters, Too: Essays on Academic Librarianship edited by Martin Raish. Landham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Pp. 69-74.


Regular Reviewer. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship.

Occasional Reviewer. Public Services Quarterly.

Occasional Reviewer. Reference and User Services Quarterly.


Solberg, Judy


NEW!! Solberg, J. (2011). Becoming Learning Commons Partners: Working towards a shared vision and practice. Journal of Organisational Transformation & Social Change, 8 (3), 243-260.


Thompson, Joseph


Thompson, J. (2011, August). Discussion forum focuses on reference services for young adults. VOYA: Voice of Youth Advocates, 240-241.


Tyckoson, Dave


Tyckoson, D. (2011, April). Issues and trends in the management of reference services: A historical perspective. Journal of Library Administration, 51(3), 259-278.

Book Chapters

Tyckoson, D.  (2011). History and functions of reference service. In Smith, L. C. &, Bopp, R. (Eds.), Reference and Information Services: An Introduction (4th ed.) (pp. 3-27). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

Tyckoson, D. (2011). From print to e-reference.  In Zabel, D. (Ed.), Reference reborn: Breathing new life into public services librarianship (pp. 217-235). Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.


Vargas, Karen


Malizia, M., R. Hamilton, D. Littrell, K. Vargas, & C. Olney. (2012). Connecting Public Libraries with Community Emergency Responders. Public Libraries 51(3), 32-36.


Vilelle, Luke


Vilelle, L. (2011). The prevalence and practices of academic library journal clubs. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 37(2), 130-36.


Weare, William


Weare, W. H., Jr., & Stevenson, M. (2012). Circulation policies for external users: A comparative study of public urban research institutions. Journal of Access Services, 9, 111-133.

Weare, W. H., Jr., Toms, S., & Breeding, M. (2011). Moving forward: The next-gen catalog and the new discovery tools. Library Media Connection, 30(3), 54-57.

 Weare, W. H., Jr. (2011). New support for the research process: Desktop delivery of microform content. Journal of Access Services, 8, 1-16.