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Hackstadt, Angela. “Leadership, Development, and Expertise: A Qualitative Content Analysis of Scholarly Communication Librarian Position Announcements.” Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication 8:1 (2020). 

Lasda, Elaine M. “Metrics Mashup: Altmetrics gamesmanship.” Online Searcher 4:4 (2020): 42-44

Lasda, Elaine M.  “Metrics Mashup: Manifestos, declarations, and metrics, oh my!” Online Searcher 4:5 (2020): 42-44. 

Lasda, Elaine M. “Metrics Mashup: Sipping from the firehose: The proliferation and impact of Covid-19 research.” Online Searcher: 4:6 (2020): 42-44. 

Mugridge, Rebecca L. Review of The Public Library Director’s Toolkit, by Kate Hall and Kathy Parker. Catholic Library World 90:3 (2020): 218.

Mugridge, Rebecca L. Review of Seamless Youth Services for Every Age and Stage, by Karis Loop. Catholic Library World 90:3 (2020): 218.


Alonso-Regalado, Jesús. “The Human Factor in a Sustainable Information Literary Program in Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latino Studies.” Presented for the IV Foro virtual DGBSDI-UNAM, September 2020.

Alonso-Regalado, Jesús. “Supporting Research on Spanish and Latin American Cheese Studies: Collection Development and Scholars’ Needs.” Presented for the SALALM LXV Virtual Conference, October 2020. 

Lasda, Elaine M. “Measuring Research Impact in Specialized Settings.” Webinar presented for Special Libraries Association Educational Webinar Series, August 2020.

Lasda, Elaine M. “Innovative Uses of Impact Indicators.” Webinar presented for the SLA Annual Conference, October 2020. 

Mackey, Tom, Trudi Jacobson, and Kelsey O’Brien. “Metaliterate Learners Take a Stand Against Misinformation.” Panel and presentation for Pathways in Technology Early College High School (HFM BOCES), October 2020.

O’Brien, Kelsey. “Thinking Outside the Box: Enhancing One-Shots with Breakout EDU.” Presented for the Special Libraries Association Education Division Webinars, August 2020.

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