Member Publications

2023 Publications

Calling all DOLS members: The Research & Publications Committee wants to celebrate what you’re writing, designing, and saying! Please share your publications, posters, and presentations via this brief Google Form. We know distance and online learning is only one piece of the larger educational puzzle, so if your publications are outside that scope… share them just the same! To view the full library of past member publications, access the Member Publications collection within the ACRL DOLS Zotero library.

Abdeljawad, C. (2023). HOAX: How perceived authority of information sources affects students’ likeliness to disseminate misinformation. Journal of New Librarianship, 8(1), 183–205.

Abdeljawad, C. (2023). Against all odds: Becoming an advocate for library instruction to promote student success. In A.N. Hess (Ed.), Instructional Identities and Information Literacy, Volume 1: Transforming Ourselves (pp. 85–93). ALA.

Baird, C., Hebert, A., & Savage, J. (2023). Louisiana academic library workers and workplace bullying. Library Leadership & Management, 37(1).

Blicher, H. (2023, May) 25. Where OER and DEI connect: Intersections that matter [Keynote address]. Affordable Learning PA Summit, State College, PA.

Blicher, H., Gaterud, A., Scott, V., Vold, V., Hooper, M.W., & Lenox, S. (2023). Doing the work: Diversity, equity, and inclusion in open educational resources. Open Oregon Educational Resources.  

Howell, K., McCaslin, S., & Delancey, L. (2023). Libraries and Living Learning Communities: Exploring strategies for outreach and programming. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 49(3).

Mahmoud, S., & Withorn, T. (2023, July). Faculty-Librarian Collaboration to Enhance Information Literacy Skills in an Online Nursing Course. Nursing Education Perspectives.

Pun, R. (2023, June). Generative AI tools transforming the library? Rethinking possibilities and questions. Against the Grain, 35(3).

Robinson, B., & Wilson, D. E. (2023). How an online university librarian and a liberal arts college librarian implemented video tutorials during COVID-19: A mentoring case study. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning, 1–13.

Sebastian, J.K., & Sewell, A. (2023, March 17). Criticality as our anvil: Assessing video tutorials for diversity, inclusion, and accessibility [Poster presentation]. ACRL 2023, Pittsburgh, PA.

Woods, C. E. The state of online and remote work of academic librarians in Virginia. Virginia Libraries, 67(1), pp. 1–12.