Publications by Illinois Academic Librarians: October 2020-March 2021

Illinois Association of College & Research Libraries Forum (IACRL)

March 17, 2021

Compiled by Jill Harper, Heartland Community College, and Krista Bowers Sharpe, Western Illinois University

 Aldred, B. Grantham. 2020. “Asynchronizing with the Framework: Reflections on the Process of Creating an Asynchronous Library Assignment for a First-Year Writing Class.” College & Research Libraries News 81(11):530–33.

Ameduri, Nicole, and Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe. 2020. “ATG Food + Beverage RoundupCooking at Home.” Against the Grain 32(5):90–91.

Ameen, Kanwal, Clara M. Chu, Spencer Lilley, Ana Ndumu, and Jaya Raju. 2020. “Multiple Ways of Knowing: Global Perspectives on Academic Libraries Re-Imagining Systems of Knowledge.” College & Research Libraries News 81(9):426–33.

Buckley, Chad E. 2021. “Barn Owls: Evolution and Ecology.” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 58(5):480–480.

Clement, Susanne K., Judith M. Nixon, and Cara List. 2021. “Editorial Note.” Collection Management 46(1):1–2.

Darch, Peter T., Ashley E. Sands, Christine L. Borgman, and Milena S. Golshan. 2020. “Library Cultures of Data Curation: Adventures in Astronomy.” Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology 71(12):1470–83.

Darch, Peter T., Ashley E. Sands, Christine L. Borgman, and Milena S. Golshan. 2021. “Do the Stars Align?: Stakeholders and Strategies in Libraries’ Curation of an Astronomy Dataset.” Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology 72(2):239–52.

De Groote, Sandra L., Beyza Aksu Dunya, Jung Mi Scoulas, and Mary M. Case. 2020. “Research Productivity and Its Relationship to Library Collections.” Evidence Based Library & Information Practice 15(4):16–32.

Downie, J. Stephen, Sayan Bhattacharyya, Francesca Giannetti, Eleanor Dickson Koehl, and Peter Organisciak. 2020. “The HathiTrust Digital Library’s Potential for Musicology Research.” International Journal on Digital Libraries 21(4):343–58.

Duffin, Kirstin I. 2020. “Comparing Open Access Search Tools to Improve Interlibrary Loan Fulfillment Efficiency.” Technical Services Quarterly 37(4):415–31.

Eldermire, Erin R. B., Kristine M. Alpi, Suzanne Fricke, Andrea C. Kepsel, Erin E. Kerby, Hannah F. Norton, and Jessica R. Page. 2020. “Expanding a Single-Institution Survey to Multiple Institutions: Lessons Learned in Research Design and Deployment.” Hypothesis: Journal of the Research Section of MLA 32(1):11–20.

Harrington, Caitlin, and Rachel E. Scott. 2020. “Technical Services Librarians and Outreach: Communicating Our Value to Engage Students in Critical Thinking about Information.” College & Research Libraries News 81(11):554–58.

Holmes, Sarah. 2020. “Discography of American Historical Recordings.” Charleston Advisor 22(2):30–33.

Jin, Qiang. 2021. “Enhanced Discovery with Linked Open Data for Library Digital Collections.” Technical Services Quarterly 38(1):17–32.

McGowan, Beth A. 2020. “Shakespeare’s World: The Comedies: A Historical Exploration of Literature...” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 58(2):42–42.

McGowan, Beth A. 2020. “Biddulph Phillipps Reads William Cobbett or 19th Century Catholic Convert Reads 19th Century Political Journalist and Follows His Advice and Endows Monasteries: A Tale for a Wintry Day.” Journal of Religious & Theological Information 19(4):103–28.

Morgan-Daniel, Jane, Xan Y. Goodman, Sandra G. Franklin, Kelsa Bartley, Matthew Nicholas Noe, and J. J. Pionke. 2021. “Medical Library Association Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Report.” Journal of the Medical Library Association 109(1):141–53.

Mousafa, Laila Hussein. 2020. “EIFL and Its Activities: Webinar Report.” International Leads 34(4):8.

Osorio, Nestor L. 2020. Inside Science Resources in Retrospective – 2015 – 2020. Inside Science Resources n. 64.


Osorio, Nestor L. 2020. Visualization Analysis of Sustainability Topics in Science and Engineering Education. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, ASIS&T 83rd Meeting Virtual Conference, 57 (1) e348.

Osorio, Nestor L., and Gabriel E. Osorio. 2020. “An Analysis of Technical Information for Mechatronics Research.” Collection & Curation 39(4):117–29.

 Pionke, J. J., and Ellen M. Aaronson. 2021. “120th Virtual Annual Meeting and Conference Medical Library Association, Inc. May 19, 2020, and July 27-August 28, 2020.” Journal of the Medical Library Association 109: E1-40.

Ridinger, Robert B. 2020. “Fiction and the Sixth Mass Extinction: Narrative in an Era of Loss.” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 58(4):357.

Ridinger, Robert B. 2021. “Darfur Genocide: The Essential Reference Guide.” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 58(5):458.

Ridinger, Robert B. 2020. “From Moses to DeMille: Adapting the Bible to the Big Screen.” Journal of Religious & Theological Information 19(4):129–47.

Schneider, Jodi, Di Ye, Alison M. Hill, and Ashley S. Whitehorn. 2020. “Continued Post-Retraction Citation of a Fraudulent Clinical Trial Report, 11 Years after It Was Retracted for Falsifying Data.” Scientometrics 125(3):2877–2913.

Sopiarz, Josh. 2020. "Sport and the Shaping of Civic Identity in Chicago by Gerald R. Gems" [Review]. Journal of American Culture (43)4: 347-348.

Sopiarz, Josh. 2020. “‘Transitory Indignities’: Trauma and the Commuter Train in The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit.” War, Literature & the Arts 32: 1-20.

Sterner, Elizabeth A. 2020. “Science/STEM Librarianship in 2020: Opportunities and Insight.” Science & Technology Libraries 39(4):432–49.

Sterner, Elizabeth A. 2021. “Impact of Academic Libraries on Grade Point Average (GPA): A Review.” Performance Measurement & Metrics 22(1):71–85.

Sterner, Elizabeth A. 2020. “Profiles in Science for Science Librarians: A. Thomas McLellan.” Science & Technology Libraries 39(4):339–52.

Sweet, Christopher. 2020. “Fact or Fiction? Library Leadership of a Campus-Wide Intellectual Theme.” College & Research Libraries News 81(11):550–58.

Wilson, Daniel Earl. 2020. “Moving toward Democratic-Transformational Leadership in Academic Libraries.” Library Management 41(8/9):731–44.

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