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SIS Faculty Publications

Author: C Hank

Hank C. Blogging your academic self: The what, the why and the how long?. In: Social media for academics: A practical guide. Cambridge, UK: Woodhead Publishing; 2012. 3. p. 3-19p.
Hank C, Wildemuth B.. Quasi-Experimental Studies. In: Applications of social research methods to questions in information and library science. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited; 2009. 9. p. 93-104p.
Hank C, Jordan M., Wildemuth B.. Survey research. In: Applications of social research methods to questions in information and library science. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited; 2009. 2. p. 256-269p.

Author: Diane Kelly

Kelly D, Sugimoto C.. A Systematic Review of Interactive Information Retrieval Evaluation Studies. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 2013;64(4):745-770.

Author: Mehra, Bharat

Mehra B. Mobilization of Rural Libraries towards Political and Economic Change in the Aftermath of the 2016 Presidential Election. The Library Quarterly: Information, Community, Policy (Special Issue: Aftermath: Libraries, Democracy, and the 2016 Presidential Election). In Press;87(4).
Mehra B, Singh V. Library Leadership-In-Training as Embedded Change Agents to Further Social Justice in Rural Communities: Teaching of Library Management Subjects in the ITRL and ITRL2. In: Teaching for Justice: Implementing Social Justice in the LIS Classroom. Nicole A. Cooke and Miriam E. Sweeney (eds.) ed. Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press; 2017. 2. p. 247-286p.
Mehra B. Cultural Re-Interpretation of Race/Ethnicity and Sexuality: A Gay South Asian “Voice” From Between a Rock and a Hard Place. In: Celebrating the James Partridge Award: Essays Toward the Development of a More Diverse, Inclusive, Equitable Field of Library and Information Science (Advances in Librarianship Series). Diane L. Barlow and Paul T. Jaeger (eds.) ed. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing; 2017.
Mehra B. Rural Libraries in the 21st Century: Places that Serve Diverse Community Needs. In: Conference on Inclusion and Diversity in Library and Information Science. The University of Maryland; 2016.
Mehra B. Rural Libraries: Political and Economic Change. Narratives Paths Journal (Journal for experimenting with ideas). 2016.
Mehra B, Braquet D, Fielden C.. A Website Evaluation of the Top Twenty-Five Public Universities in the United States to Assess their Support of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People. In: Expanding the Circle: Creating an Inclusive Environment in Higher Education for LGBTQ Students and Studies . New York: SUNY Press; 2015. 1. p. 19-48p.
Mehra B, Haley E, Lane D. Culturally Appropriate Information Support Services for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) South Asians: Representing Multiple Shades of Identity Based on Sexual Orientation and Ethnicity. In: Expanding the Circle: Creating an Inclusive Environemnt in Higher Education for LGBTQ Students and Studies. New York Press; 2015. 3. p. 317-340p.
Mehra B. Introduction. Library Trends: Social Justice in Library and Information Science & Services. 2015;64(2):179-197.
Mehra B. Guest Editorial. Special Issue: Gender in LIS Education: New Directions, New Thinking, Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 2014;55(3):187-190.
Mehra B, Black K, Singh V, Nolt J, Williams KC, Simmons S, et al. The Social Justice Framework in the Information Technology Rural Librarian Master’s Scholarship Program: Bridging the Rural Digital Divides. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries Journal. 2014;Special Issue 2014: Social Justice, Social Inclusion :5-11.
Mehra B. Guest Editor’s Introduction. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries Journal. 2014;Special Issue 2014: Social Justice, Social Inclusion:1-3.
Mehra B. Integrating LGBTIQ Representations Across the Library and Information Science Curriculum: A Strategic Framework for Student-Centered Interventions. In: Greenblatt E, editor. Serving LGBTIQ Library and Archives Users: Essays on Outreach, Service, Collections and Access. Jefferson, NC: MacFarland & Company, Inc.; 2011.
Mehra B, Black K, Singh V, Nolt J. What is the Value of LIS Education? A Qualitative Analysis of the Perspectives of Rural Librarians in the Southern and Central Appalachia (Paper Presentation). In: Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Annual Conference: Competitiveness & Innovation. San Diego; 2011.
Mehra B. Use of Mixed Methods to Meet the Needs of Underserved Populations: A Reflective Analysis of My Research Efforts in the United States. In: Proceedings of the 7 Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference (QQML 2011). Athens, Greece; 2011.
Mehra B. Gender and Sexual Orientation in LIS Education: A Website Analysis of Bibliographic Course Descriptions (presented by D. Potnis). In: Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Annual Conference: Competitiveness & Innovation. San Diego; 2011.
Mehra B, Black K, Singh V, Nolt J. Mapping the Education of Rural Librarians‟ Technology Literacy and Management Training: Use of Mixed Data Collection Methods in the ITRL Program. In: Proceedings of the World Library and Information Congress: 77th International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions General Conference and Assembly [Library Theory and Research Section and Statistics and Evaluation Section]. San Juan, Puerto Rico; 2011.
Mehra B, Braquet D. Progressive LGBTQ Reference: Coming Out in the 21st Century. Special Issue: Learning Landscapes and the New Reality, Reference Services Review. 2011;39(3).
Mehra B. Creating a ‘Culture of Collaboration’ Across Cultural Borders: MOUs in the School of Information Sciences at the University of Tennessee (panel presentation). In: Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Annual Conference: Creating a Culture of Collaboration. Boston, MA; 2010.
Mehra B, Black K, Singh V, Lee S. Collaborations between LIS Education and Rural Libraries in East Tennessee: Improving Librarian Technology Literacy and Management Training (paper presentation). In: Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Annual Conference: Creating a Culture of Collaboration. Boston, MA; 2010.
Mehra B. Bringing Research out of the Closet: Libraries, Librarians, and LGBTQ Collections [Invited Panelist]. In: Expanding the Circle: Creating an Inclusive Environment in Higher Education for LGBTQ Students and Studies. San Francisco; 2010.
Mehra B, Olson HA, Ahmad S. Integrating Diversity across the LIS Curriculum: An Exploratory Study of Instructors’ Perceptions and Practices Online. In: Proceedings of the World Library and Information Congress: 76th International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) General Conference and Council. Gothenburg, Sweden; 2010.
Mehra B. Practical Magic: Partnering within the Profession & Collaborating in the Community [panel presentation]. In: TLA Staff Development Workshop. East Tennessee Blount County Public Library; 2010.
Mehra B, Sandusky RJ. LIS Students as Community Partners in Elective Courses: Applying Community-Based Action Research to Meet the Needs of Underserved Populations. In: Roy L, Jensen K, Meyers A H, editors. Service Learning: Linking Library Education and Practice. Chicago: American Library Association (ALA) Editions; 2009.

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