Technology-related books, C&RL articles and preprints, and podcasts from ACRL.
- Zotero: A Guide for Librarians, Researchers and Educators (2011) by Jason Puckett.
- The Anywhere Library: A Primer or the Mobile Web (2010) by Courtney Greene, Missy Roser, and Elizabeth Ruane.
- Informing Innovation: Tracking Student Interest in Emerging Library Technologies at Ohio University (2009) by Char Booth.
- The Library Instruction Cookbook (2009) edited by Ryan L. Sittler and Douglas Cook.
- Design Talk: Understanding the Roles of Usability Practitioners, Web Designers and Web Developers in User-centered Web Design (2009) by Brenda Reeb.
- Gaming in Academic Libraries: Collections, Marketing, and Information Literacy (2008) edited by Amy Harris and Scott E. Rice.
- Informed Learning (2008) by Christine Bruce.
- The Desk and Beyond: Next Generation Reference Services (2008) edited by Sarah K. Steiner and M. Leslie Madden.
- Library 2.0 Initiatives in Academic Libraries (2008) edited by Laura B. Cohen.
- Information Literacy Programs in the Digital Age (2007) edited by Alice Daugherty and Michael F. Russo.
- Sarah Passonneau and Dan Coffey. “The Role of Synchronous Virtual Reference in Teaching and Learning: A Grounded Theory Analysis of Instant Messaging Transcripts.” C&RL. Vol. 72, No. 3 (May 2011).
- Lori S. Mestre, Lisa Baures, Mona Niedbala, Corinne Bishop, Sarah Cantrell, Alice Perez, and Kate Silfen. “Learning Objects as Tools for Teaching Information Literacy Online: A Survey of Librarian Usage.” C&RL. Vol. 72, No. 3 (May 2011).
- Aaron K. Shrimplin, Andy Revelle, Susan Hurst,and Kevin Messner. “Contradictions and Consensus — Clusters of Opinions on E-books.” C&RL. Vol. 72, No. 2 (March 2011).
- Jamie Seeholzer and Joseph A. Salem, Jr. “Library on the Go: A Focus Group Study of the Mobile Web and the Academic Library.” C&RL. Vol. 72, No. 1 (January 2011).
- Jacobson, Terra B. “Facebook as a Library Tool: Perceived v. Actual Use.” C&RL. Vol. 72, No. 1 (January 2011).
- Karen S. Fischer, Michael Wright, Kathleen Clatanoff, Hope Barton, and Edward Shreeves. “Give ‘em What They Want: A One-year Study of Unmediated Patron-Driven Acquisition of E-Books.” Accepted: September 11, 2011.
- Andy Revelle, Kevin Messner, Aaron Shrimplin, and Susan Hurst. “Book Lovers, Technophiles, Pragmatists, and Printers: The social and demographic structure of user attitudes toward e-books.” Accepted: August 20, 2011.
- Mark Pegrum and Ralph Kiel. “‘Changing the way we talk’: Developing librarians’ competence in emerging technologies through a structured program.” Accepted: December 7, 2010.