Pamela N. Martin is a Reference Librarian at Utah State University. Her research
interests focus on reference and library instruction, students’ research habits, and
societal transformation. 



Copyright Solutions for Institutional Repositories: A Collaboration with Subject Librarians (with Heather Leary and Kacy Lundstrom), Journal of Library Innovation (2012)

This work investigates using subject librarians to conduct copyright clearance in an institutional repository (IR)....



Librarian Perceptions and Information Literacy Instruction Models (with Erin L. Davis and Kacy Lundstrom), Reference Services Review (2011)

Purpose – This paper aims to explore both instruction librarians' attitudes on teaching and how...



Reference Desk Consultation Assignment: An Exploratory Study of Students' Perceptions of Reference Service (with Lezlie Park), Reference & User Services Quarterly (2010)

This paper describes the experience of three sophomore English composition classes that were required to...



Societal Transformation and Reference Services in the Academic Library: Theoretical Foundations for Re-envisioning Reference, Library Philosophy and Practice (2009)

This paper draws on theories of societal transformation, specifically the information society and postmodernism, to...


Book Chapters


Instruction by the Numbers: Using Data to Improve Teaching and Learning (with Wendy Holliday and Erin L. Davis), Library Data: Empowering Practice and Persuasion (2009)

Outcomes assessment has been a mandate across higher education for at least a decade, and...