About Paula S. McMillen
My background in clinical psychology and my lifelong passion for books and reading combined to fuel my work and my scholarship on bibliotherapy. Within the academic library world, my research and practice have centered on the teaching of information literacy, particularly through research-based writing. More recent interests include the evolving landscape of scholarly publishing.
Usability testing to improve a teaching website for graduate counselor ...
Journal of Counselor Education & Supervision (2009)
Technology proficiency expectations have proliferated in counselor education. Yet, limited information in the counseling literature details how to effectively evaluate ...
The Bibliotherapy Education Project: Alive and well-and perpetually “under construction”
Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian (2008)
The Bibliotherapy Education Project began as a teaching collaboration between faculty at Oregon State University's Libraries and School of Education. ...
Book Chapters (3)
Whipping up the “Why Paper”: Inquiry into diverse perspectives
The Library Instruction Cookbook: 50+ Active Recipes for 1-Shot Sessions (2009)
Students are introduced to various databases that provide access to alternative perspectives and to an advanced organizer designed to foster ...