Illinois Librarian Publications - Spring 2023

Illinois Association of College & Research Libraries Forum (IACRL)

March 15, 2023

Compiled by Krista Bowers Sharpe, Western Illinois University, and Janis Shearer, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Bettivia, Rhiannon, Yi‐Yun Cheng, Michael Gryk, Wade Bishop, Alexandra Chassanoff, Jane Greenberg, and Zack Lischer‐Katz. 2022. “Storied Past, Bright Future: A Provenance Jam Session.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 544–47.

Brantley, Steve. 2022. Review of The Culture of Digital Scholarship in Academic Libraries, by Robin Chin Roemer and Verletta Kern eds. Journal of Web Librarianship 16, vol. 4 (November): 222–23.

Buckley, Chad E. 2023. “Harvest of Fish and Wildlife: New Paradigms for Sustainable Management.” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 60 (6): 603–603.

Bui, Matthew, Rachel Kuo, and Anne L. Washington. 2022. “What Does Salad Have to Do with Racial Justice? Promoting Solidarity in the Time of COVID-19.” First Monday 27 (10).

Busch, Tammie, Debbie Campbell, Susan M. Howell, Mary S. Konkel, Dennis Krieb, Mingyan Li, Cathy Mayer, and Ross Taft. 2023.Liaising the Catalog: Collaborating Across Library Departments to Promote Successful Discoverability through Enhanced Cataloging.” College & Research Libraries, 84(2), 280. doi:

Busch, Tammie, Lora Del Rio, Elizabeth Kamper, Shelley McDavid, Lamonta Swarn, and Simone Williams. 2022. “SIUE’s Diverse Librarianship Career Training and Education Program: Lack of Diversity: A Call to Action.” ILA Reporter 40 (3): 16–19.

Chan, May, Jane Daniels, Sarah Furger, Diane Rasmussen, Elizabeth Shoemaker, and Karen Snow. 2022. “The Development and Future of the Cataloguing Code of Ethics.” Cataloging & Classification Quarterly 60 (8): 786–806.

Chen, Annie T., Melissa G. Ocepek, and Yan Zhang. 2023. “Guest Editorial: Research Methods in Information Behavior Research.” Library & Information Science Research (07408188) 45 (1):

Chen, Pei‐Ying, Kai Li, and Chenyue Jiao. 2022. “A Preliminary Analysis of Geography of Collaboration in Data Papers by S&T Capacity Index.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 642–44.

Cheng, Siyao, and Michael Twidale. 2022. “Census Racial Metadata: Categories Used for Different Racial Groups Across Countries and Time.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 648–49.

Choi, Inkyung. 2022. “Intercultural Warrant: Deploying Cultural Warrant Ethically.” Journal of Documentation 78 (6): 1476–86.

Choi, Inkyung, Wan‐Chen Lee, Ying‐Hsang Liu, Hsinliang Chen, Douglas W Oard, and Chi Young Oh. 2022. “Cross‐cultural Information Access.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 551–54.

Cross, Will, Maria Bonn, and Josh Bolick. 2022. “Finding Your Way in Academic Librarianship: Introducing the Scholarly Communication Notebook.” College & Research Libraries News 83 (10): 444–48.

Du, Jia Tina, and Clara M. Chu. 2022. “Toward Community-Engaged Information Behavior Research: A Methodological Framework.” Library & Information Science Research (07408188) 44 (4):

Fletcher, Stephanie B. 2022. “Review: The Fantasy of the Middle Ages: An Epic Journey through Imaginary Medieval Worlds.” ARLIS/NA Reviews, no. 6 (November): 1–2.

Fordon, Rebecca, Heidi Frostestad Kuehl, Tom Gaylord, and Adam R. Pah. 2022. “Designing Data Projects Using Court Records.” AALL Spectrum 27 (2): 12–15.

Gregory, Gwen M. 2022. “EDI Perspectives.” Information Today 39 (9): 9.

Han, Yingying, Roopesh Maganti, Jiangping Chen, and Haihua Chen. 2022. “Uncover Marginalized Narratives of Japanese American Incarceration: An Annotation Scheme for Natural Language Processing and Data Analytics.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 698–700.

Hensley, Merinda Kaye, Stephanie Davis-Kahl, and Hailley Fargo, eds. 2023. Undergraduate Research & the Academic Librarian: Case Studies and Best Practices. Vol. 2. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Horton, Jennifer J. 2022. “Survey of Aviation Online Library Research Guides.” Science & Technology Libraries 41 (4): 411–21.

Jaskowiak, Megan and Spires, Todd. 2022. “The Nine-Year Get it Now Experiment: Using Copyright Clearance Center’s Article-Delivery Service Long Term.” Journal of Access Services, December 2022, DOI: 10.1080/15367967.2022.2156294

Johnson, Wendell G. 2023. “William Blake Archive.” College & Research Libraries News 84 (1): 44–45.

Jones, Kyle M.L., and Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe. 2023. “Ethical Issues and Learning Analytics: Are Academic Library Practitioners Prepared?” Journal of Academic Librarianship 49 (1):

Karagianis, Ani. 2022. “Exploring History Through Government Documents.” DttP: A Quarterly Journal of Government Information Practice & Perspective 50 (4): 25–31.

Keefer, Donald A., and Catherine Blake. 2022. “Human‐Driven Models: A Case Study of Geologists as They Engage with Data for Decision Making.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 442–46.

Lee, Lo, and Melissa G. Ocepek. 2022. “Documenting the Fun: Studying Artistic Information-Creating Behavior Using Research Diaries.” Library & Information Science Research (07408188) 44 (4):

Mathews, Emilee. 2022. “A Comparison of Women Role Models in Architecture Firms Featured in Architectural Record and Architectural Review.” Art Libraries Journal 47 (4): 84–91.

McDowell, Kate. 2023. “Book Stories: 20 Years of Library Book Plate Celebrations.” College & Research Libraries 84 (1): 49–68.

McGowan, Beth A. 2022. “Holding a Mirror up to Nature: Shame, Guilt, and Violence in Shakespeare.” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 60 (4): 431.

Naquin, Elisa, Joan Wang, and Mingyan Li. 2023. “Returning to Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Report on the ALA Core Metadata Interest Group Meeting, ALA Annual Conference 2022.” Technical Services Quarterly 40 (1): 22-25.

Ndumu, Ana, Millicent Mabi, and Olubukola Oduntan. 2022. “Preliminary Findings from a Scoping Review of Immigrant‐Related Information Poverty Research in LIS.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 458–63.

Oltmann, Shannon M, Emily J. M Knox, and Millicent N. Mabi. 2022. “Censorship Is Not a Panacea: Access To Information in a Resilient Society.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 591–94.

Parulian, Nikolaus Nova, Ryan Dubnicek, Glen Worthey, Daniel J. Evans, John A. Walsh, and J. Stephen Downie. 2022. “Uncovering Black Fantastic: Piloting A Word Feature Analysis and Machine Learning Approach for Genre Classification.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 242–50.

Quirin Manwiller, Katelyn, and J. J. Pionke. 2022. “Understanding Disability to Support Library Workers.” Journal of Library Administration 62 (8): 1077–84.

Ridinger, Robert B. 2022. “The Hidden Case of Ewan Forbes: And the Unwritten History of the Trans Experience.” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 60 (3): 279.

Romanowski, Cynthia A. 2022. “Managing Grey Literature: Technical Services Perspectives.” Library Resources & Technical Services 66 (4): 174–75.

Romero, Lisa. 2022. “More Inclusive Collection Development: Considering the Information Needs of Researchers from Outside the Subject Area of Communication.” Library Resources & Technical Services 66 (4): 162–71.

Sanfilippo, Madelyn Rose, Madiha Z Choksi, Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, Deirdre Mulligan, and Stacy Wood. 2022. “Innovative Privacy Practices.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 601–4.

Savonius-Wroth, Celestina. 2022. “Rise and Fall of Christian Ireland.” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 60 (3): 274.

Schneider, Jodi, Nathan D. Woods, Randi Proescholdt, et al. 2022. “Reducing the Inadvertent Spread of Retracted Science: Recommendations from the RISRS Report.” Research Integrity & Peer Review 7 (1): 1–16.

Scott, Rachel. 2022. “A Fond Farewell.” Music Reference Services Quarterly 25 (4): 97–98.

Scott, Rachel E., Mallory Jallas, Julie A. Murphy, Rachel Park, and Anne Shelley. 2022. “Assessing the Value of Course-Assigned E-Books.” Collection Management 47 (4): 253–71.

Scott, R., Shelley, A., Murphy, J., Park, R., & Jallas, M. (2023). Exploring Faculty Perspectives on Text Selection and Textbook Affordability. College & Research Libraries, 84(2), 180. doi:

Scoulas, Jung Mi, and Sandra L. De Groote. 2023. “Faculty Perceptions, Use, and Needs of Library Resource and Services in a Public Research University.” Journal of Academic Librarianship 49 (1):

Shotick, Kimberly. 2022a. “Fan Sites: Film Tourism and Contemporary Fandom.” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 60 (2): 156.

Shotick, Kimberly. 2022b. “Library Marketing in the ‘Post-COVID’ Era.” ILA Reporter 40 (4): 8–11.

Shotick, Kimberly. 2022c. “Once upon a Time in the Academic Library: Storytelling Skills for Librarians: Maria Barefoot, Sara Parme, and Elin Woods. Association of College and Research Libraries, 2022, Iv+161 Pp., $56.00 (Paperback), ISBN-13: 978-0838938607.” Public Services Quarterly 18 (4): 302–3.

Shvartzshnaider, Yan, Madelyn Rose Sanfilippo, and Noah Apthorpe. 2022. “GKC‐CI: A Unifying Framework for Contextual Norms and Information Governance.” Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology 73 (9): 1297–1313.

Slutskaya, Sofia, Marina Morgan, Amy Fry, Jennifer M. Eustis, Jessie Copeland, and Cara Calabrese. 2023. “Report of the Core Role of the Professional Librarian in Technical Services Interest Group, American Library Association Annual Conference, June 2022.” Report 07317131.

Strommer, Shelby. 2022. “Report on the Core Promoting Preservation Interest Group Meeting, Core Virtual Interest Group Week, March 2022.” Report 07317131.

Thomas, Lynne M. 2022. “Special Collections on a Shoestring: A Survey of Non-ARL Libraries Servicing Rare Book Collections.” RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, & Cultural Heritage 23 (2): 75–97.

Twidale, Michael, Maria Bonn, Noah Lenstra, Melissa Ocepeck [sic], and Carole L Palmer. 2022. “Ocean’s 11 ‐ Librarians ’22: A Conversation about the Impossibility of Staying Good at Your Job in the Information Professions.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 610–13.

Vamanu, Iulian, and Micaela Terronez. 2022. “‘Our Ancestors Passed This down to Us for a Reason’: Information Practices of Ballet Folklórico Dancers in Mexican-American Communities.” Journal of Documentation 78 (6): 1213–27.

VandeCreek, Drew. 2022. “‘Where Are They Now? The 2020 Status of Early (1996–2003) Online Digital Humanities Projects and an Analysis of Institutional Factors Correlated to Their Survival’.” Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture 51 (3): 91–109.

Wei, Karen T. 2022. “Imperial China: A Beginner’s Guide.” Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 60 (3): 306.

Wiles, Bradley. 2022. “User Participation in Archival Knowledge Structures: Archival Description as Domain and Testing Ground.” Libri: International Journal of Libraries & Information Services 72 (4): 355–64.

Witt, Steven. 2023. “Global Trends in Knowledge Production and the Evolving Peer Review Process.” JLIS.It, Italian Journal of Library, Archives & Information Science 14 (1):

Xie, Sherry L., Yubao Gao, and Ruohua Han. 2022. “Information Resilient Society in an AI World—Is XAI Sufficient?” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 522–26.

Yuerong Hu, Melissa G. Ocepek, John Stephen Downie, and Lecia Barker. 2022. “Listen to Librarians: Highlighted Core Competencies for Librarianship from the Perspectives of Working Librarians.” College & Research Libraries 83 (6): 994–1013.

Zhang, Huiwen, George Buchanan, Ryan Kelly, Michael Twidale, Shanton Chang, and Dana McKay. 2022. “It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me: A Model of Online Browsing Behaviour.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology 59 (1): 381–92.

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