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Faculty Publications

Faculty Publications
University at Albany Libraries
July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013

In addition to numerous research guides and informational handouts that they authored or revised and published on the Libraries’ website, the faculty of the University at Albany Libraries published the following during FY12-13:

Mary Jane Brustman
Associate Director for Public Services

Brustman, M. J. (2012). Review of How Sex Became a Civil Liberty. Library Journal. 137(19), pp. 92. (book review)

Brustman, M. J. (2012). Review of Prigg v. PA: Slavery, the Supreme Court and the Ambivalent Constitution. Library Journal. 137(14), pp. 113-114. (book review)

Mary Casserly
Dean and Director of Libraries

Casserly, M. (2013). Open Access: What You Need to Know Now. Collection Building. 32 (2), pp. 74. (book review)

Yu-Hui Chen
Bibliographer/Outreach Librarian for Education

Chen, Y. A Longitudinal Study of Undergraduate Students' Perceptions and Use Patterns of the University Libraries Web Portal: Does Information Literacy Instruction Play a Role? (doctoral dissertation)

Carol Anne Germain
Information Literacy Librarian

Germain, C. A. ( 2012). “Reel” Marketing for your Movie Collections and Film Resources. Public Services Quarterly. 8(2), pp. 171-177.

Irina Holden
Information Literacy Librarian

Holden, I. I. (2012). Predictors of Students' Attitudes toward Science Literacy. Communications in Information Literacy. 6 (no.1)

Richard Irving
Bibliographer for Political Science, Public Administration & Policy.
Criminal Justice

Daryl Bullis
Information Literacy Librarian

Bullis, D. R., Irving, R. (2013). Journals Supporting Terrorism Research: Identification and Investigation into their Impact on the Social Sciences. College & Research Libraries. 74(2), pp. 119-129.

Brian Keough
Head, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

Keough, B. (2012). Politics as Usual or Political Change: The Community Action Program and the War on Poverty in Albany, N.Y., 1964-1967. Afro-Americans in New York Life and History. 36, pp. 37-65.

Jane Kessler
Reference Librarian

Kessler, J. (2012). Use It or Lose It! Results of a Use Study of the Print Sources in an Academic Library Reference Collection. The Reference Librarian. 54 (1), pp. 61-72.

Michael Knee
Science Bibliographer

Knee, M. Review of Choice. 50, pp. 3016. (internet review)

Elaine Lasda Bergman
Social Welfare, Gerontology and Reference Bibliographer

Lasda Bergman, E. (2012). Finding Citations to Social Work Literature: The Relative Benefits of Using Web of Science, Scopus, or Google Scholar. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 38(6), pp. 370-379.

Kate Latal
Head, Acquisitions Services Unit

Latal, K. (2012). Amping Up Acquisitions with the OCLC Cooperative Platform. Against the Grain. 24 (5), pp. 80.

Latal, K. (2012). Saving Time, Energy, Keystrokes and Sanity. Against the Grain. 24 (4), pp. 71

Rebecca Mugridge
Associate Director for Technical Services and Library Systems

Mugridge, R. (2013). The Value of Collaborations and Partnerships in Cataloging. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. 51(1-3), pp. 1-5.

Mugridge, R., Edmunds, J. (2012). Batchloading MARC Bibliographic Records: Current Practices and Future Challenges in Large Research Libraries. Library Resources & Technical Services. 56(3), pp. 155-170.

Mugridge, R. (2012). Being a Teen Library Services Advocate. Catholic Library World. 83(2), pp. 142-144. (book review)

Mugridge, R. (2012). Cloud Computing for Libraries. Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship. 24(4), pp. 338-339. (book review)
Mugridge, R. (2012). Essential Library of Congress Subject Headings. Catholic Library World. 83(1), pp. 58-59. (book review)

Mugridge, R. (2012). Evaluating Teen Services and Programs. Catholic Library World. 83(2), pp. 144-145. (book review)

Mugridge, R. (2012). Joint Libraries: Models That Work. Catholic Library World. 83(2), pp. 146. (book review)

Mugridge, R. (2012). The Challenge of Library Management: Leading with Emotional Engagement. Library Resources & Technical Services. 56(4), pp. 282-283. (book review)

Geoffrey Williams
University Archivist

Williams, G. (2013). Ask Geoff: Home Sweet Home. University at Albany Magazine. 2(1), pp.

Williams, G. (2012). Ask Geoff: The Uptown Campus: From Crossroads to Construction Site. University at Albany Magazine. 21(2), pp. 26-27.

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