Publications

I have experience writing for academic and professional audiences in both scholarly and popular publications. Much of my work has been digital and geared towards public audiences. I am in the process of reorienting my work to address academic and scholarly audiences, as I aspire to have a broader impact on LIS education practice. With this goal in mind, I am currently developing my first series of peer-reviewed articles for scholarly journals and books.

Please contact me if you are interested in collaborating on a publication.


Papers and Posters in Published Conference Proceeding

  1. Online Education, Minority Students, and Library and Information Science: A Longitudinal Trend Data Analysis of ALA-Accredited Degree Program Enrollment Rates. (2016). Proceedings of E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2016, 731-741.
  2. Analysis of LIS student engagement in systematic program planning: Preliminary results. (2016). iConference 2016 Proceedings. Preliminary results paper with Bill Kules. [Acceptance Rate: 30% of 57 submissions, the most competitive in iConference history].†
  3. Are iSchools’ more adaptable than library schools? Analysis of LIS student engagement in programmatic changes and improvements. (2016). iConference 2016 Proceedings. Poster presentation with Bill Kules.†

Brief Articles in General Publications

  1. Scholarship workshop. (2015). LISten: The Association of Graduate Library & Information Science Students Newsletter, 1(2), 11.‡
  2. Student perspective: Liz at ALA. (2015). LISten: The Association of Graduate Library & Information Science Students Newsletter, 1(1), 6.‡
  3. MLW 2013: Deb Hunt “Career agility: Transforming knowledge and expertise into strategic value.” (2014). 2013 Best Practices for Government Libraries: Managing Evolving Resources: Strategies, Capabilities, and Alternatives, 318-319.‡
  4. MLW 2013: Jane Killian “Creating a virtual library in the age of closings.” (2014). 2013 Best Practices for Government Libraries: Managing Evolving Resources: Strategies, Capabilities, and Alternatives, 320-321.‡
  5. MLW 2013: Dr. Virginia “Suzy” Young’s presentation embodied resiliency and adaptability. (2014). 2013 Best Practices for Government Libraries: Managing Evolving Resources: Strategies, Capabilities, and Alternatives, 322-323.‡
  6. MLW 2013: Marcy Phelps “Top tips for turning information into insights.” (2014). 2013 Best Practices for Government Libraries: Managing Evolving Resources: Strategies, Capabilities, and Alternatives, 324-325.‡
  7. MLW 2013: Dr. Steven MacCall “Social media: Just the next technical agility challenge!” (2014).  2013 Best Practices for Government Libraries: Managing Evolving Resources: Strategies, Capabilities, and Alternatives, 326-327.‡
  8. MLW 2013: Margie Hlava “Big data content organization, discovery, and management.” (2014). 2013 Best Practices for Government Libraries: Managing Evolving Resources: Strategies, Capabilities, and Alternatives, 328-329.‡
  9. MLW 2013: Dr. Gail Nicula (Moderator) “Approaching challenges through adaptation and innovation” panel. (2014). 2013 Best Practices for Government Libraries: Managing Evolving Resources: Strategies, Capabilities, and Alternatives, 330-331.‡

Digital Publications and Contributions

  1. Teaching as social justice: Equity, diversity, race. (2016, April 15). The Futures Initiative and HASTAC Present: The University Worth Fighting For Storify.‡
  2. This is the university I fight for: Student engagement in educational change. (2016, March 29). HASTAC: Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory.
  3. Cross-disciplinary dialog: Graduate student conversations across the arts & sciences. (2016, Jan 30). HASTAC: The Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory.
  4. Ideas in circulation: Open scholarship for social justice. (2016, Jan 26). The Futures Initiative and HASTAC Present: The University Worth Fighting For Online Reading Group and Discussion Forum.‡
  5. Practitioner engagement in LIS education. (2016, Jan 7). Association of College and Research Libraries: ACRLog.
  6. CUA LIS practicum diaries: Elizabeth Lieutenant, Georgetown University Lauinger Library. (2015, May 22). The Catholic University of America: LIS News and Events Blog.‡
  7. Hack ALA: Accreditation standards! (2014, Feb 12). Hack Library School. Co-author.‡
  8. How to build the future you. (2013, Feb 28). Cisco Blog: Digital and Social. Interviewee.‡

Editorial Activities

  1. Endnotes: The Journal of the New Members Round Table Committee Member. American Library Association, New Members Round Table. 2015 – Present.†
  2. INALJ Maryland Assistant to the Senior Editor. 2014 – 2015.
  3. Digital Humanities Now Editor-at-Large. 2013 – 2014.

Contributing Authorships

  1. DC/SLA Presidential Theme. (2014 – 2015). Special Libraries Association: DC Chapter Blog.‡
    1. Reflection – Discovery, connection, opportunity. (2015, Aug 17).‡
    2. What’s your theme? Pause. (2014, Nov 16).‡
  2. NARAtions: The Blog of the U.S. National Archives. (2014). U.S. National Archives and Records Administration.†
    1. Ski jumping into our olympic archives. (2014, Feb 21).†
    2. President’s Day at the National Archives. (2014, Feb 19).†
    3. For Valentine’s Day, ten records about love. (2014, Feb 11).†
  3. What I’m Learning in Library School. (2013 – 2014). Special Libraries Association: Social Science Division Blog. Contributing author.
    1. What we’re learning in library school: Our next steps. (2014, May 2).
    2. What I’m learning in library school: Our advice for future LIS students. (2014, April 4).
    3. What I’m learning in library school: Transformative experiences in LIS. (2014, March 3).
    4. What I’m learning in library school: Our mentors. (2014, Jan 31).
    5. What I’m learning in library school: Our new year’s resolutions. (2014, Jan 2).
    6. What I’m learning in library school: Ready for the real world. (2013, Dec 10).
    7. What I’m learning in library school: Career preparations. (2013, Nov 7).
    8. What I’m learning in library school: Student organizations. (2013, Sept 30).
    9. What I’m learning in library school: Year 2. (2013, Sept 13).

Note: Refereed publications are designated by †. Invited publications are designated by ‡.