Research Roundup 2019 & 2020

Shuttleworth, K., Stranack, K., & Moore, A. (2019). Course Journals: Leveraging Library Publishing to Engage Students at the Intersection of Open Pedagogy, Scholarly Communications, and Information Literacy. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 14(2).

Hurrell, C., Ruddock, K., & Pival, P. (2020). Open Badges for Promoting Open Practices in the Institutional Repository: A Pilot Project. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 8(1).

Hurrell, C., & Murphy, J. E. (2019). An Evidence Based Approach to Supporting Library Staff Scholarly Communication Competencies. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 14(2), 100-105.

MacCallum, Lindsey, Barrett, Ann, Vanderjagt, Leah, Buckland, Amy. Advancing Open: Views from Scholarly Communications Practitioners. Canadian Association of Research Libraries Open Repositories Report Series: 3. pp 1-34. 

Carpan, C. & Linoski, A. (2019). Wrangle and corral that license agreement, The Serials Librarian, 76(1-4), 130-133.

Carpan, C. (2019, July). Diversity and Representation in Library Collections. Paper presented at Diversity & Inclusivity in Collection Building Workshop, Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries, Denver, CO.

Eva, N. C., & Wiebe, T. A. (2019). Whose research is it anyway? Academic social networks versus institutional repositories. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 7(1).

Eva, N. C.. Books, Publishing, and Libraries (17th Annual Conference) (Granada, Spain). Whose Research Is It Anyway? Academic Social Media vs Institutional Repositories. (July 5, 2019).

Lacroix, Denis and Lindsay Johnston. “Assessment of a One-Credit Course for Humanities Graduate Students: Assessment of a One-Credit Course for Humanities Graduate Students.” In The Grounded Instruction Librarian: Participating in The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Eds. Melissa Mallon, Lauren Hays, Cara Bradley, Rhonda Huisman, Jackie Belanger, Association of College and Research Libraries, 2019, pp. 163-178.

Dawson, D., & Marken, L. (2019). Beyond Consumers The Value of Engaging Undergraduate Students in Journal Management and Authorship. In A. S. Jackson, C. Pierard, & S. M. Schadl (Eds.), Scholarship in the Sandbox: Academic Libraries as Laboratories, Forums, and Archives for Student Work (pp. 269–290). Chicago, IL.: ACRL.

McLean, J., Dawson, D., & Sorensen, C. (in press, Jan 2021). Communicating collections cancellations to campus: A qualitative study. College & Research Libraries, 82(1). (postprint posted Feb 2020)

Feisst, D., Pow, V. & Thomas, G. (2020, December). Developing graduate education students’ metacognition regarding their use of citations: The value of podcasts. Open Ideas Research Symposium, University of Alberta, Edmonton.

Thomas, G, Feisst, D. & Pow, V. (2020). Metacogntion and Citations. Festival of Teaching and Learning Podcast Series Episode 1. Teaching Plus Podcast.