“Turn Your Cell Phones On” Mobile phone polling as a tool for teaching information literacy (with Andy Burkhardt), Communications in Information Literacy (2012)
While mobile technologies are ubiquitous among students and increasingly used in many aspects of libraries,...
Even an Ocean Away: Developing Skype-Based Reference for Students Studying Abroad (with Andy Burkhardt), References Services Review (2010)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to outline the development of a Skype-based,...
Champlain College's Miller Information Commons, Transforming Library Service Through Information Commons (Case Studies for the Digital Age), Ed. D. Russell Bailey and Barbara Gunther. (2008)
The Librarian Says…Turn Your Cellphones ON! Piloting Mobile Phones and Polling in Inquiry-Based Information Literacy Instruction (with Andy Burkhardt), New England Library Instruction Group Annual Program (2011)
Fun, Thoughtful Technology in the Classroom (with Andy Burkhardt), Vermont Library Association College & Special Libraries Section (2011)
Building Brick by Brick: A Pragmatic Approach to Measuring Impact (with Janet R. Cottrell and Michelle G. Miller), Librarians' Information Literacy Annual Conference: Limerick, Ireland (2010)
Illustrates pragmatic approaches to building meaningful information literacy impact measures in an imperfect environment.
Too Much Information: Helping Students Effectively Deal with Information Overload (with Cyndi Brandenburg and Kelly Jane Thomas), Association of American Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting: Washington, DC (2010)
How to help students deal effectively with information overload.