Allison-Bunnell, Jodi, Maureen Cresci Callahan, Gretchen Gueguen, John Kunze, Krystyna K. Matusiak, and Gregory Wiedeman. “Lost Without Context: Representing Relationships between Archival Materials in the Digital Environment.” In The Lighting the Way Handbook: Case Studies, Guidelines, and Emergent Futures for Archival Discovery and Delivery. Edited by Mark A. Matienzo and Dinah Handel. Stanford, Stanford University Libraries, 2021.

Friedman, Sally and Trudi E. Jacobson. “Journeys Beyond Information Literacy: Applying a Metaliteracy Framework to Political Science.” In The Palgrave Handbook of Political Research Pedagogy. Edited by Daniel J. Mallinson, Julia Marin Hellwege, and Eric D. Loepp. New York, Springer, 2021. 

Jacobson, Trudi E., Thomas P. Mackey, and Kelsey L. O’Brien. “Visualizing the convergence of metaliteracy and the information literacy framework.” In Envisioning the Framework: A graphic guide to information literacy. Edited by Jannette L. Finch. Chicago, Association of College & Research Libraries, 2021.

Jacobson, Trudi E., Thomas P. Mackey, and Jako Oliver. Aligning Metaliteracy with Self-directed Learning to Expand Assessment Opportunities.” In Learning Through Assessment: An Approach Towards Self-directed Learning. Edited by Elsa Mentz and Anitia Lubbe. Cape Town, AOSIS Books, 2021.

Mugridge, Rebecca L. Review of: Impactful community-based literacy projects, by Lesley S.J. Farmer. Catholic Library World 92:1 (2021): 62.

Mugridge, Rebecca L. Review of: Pivoting during the pandemic: Ideas for serving your community anytime, anywhere, edited by Kathleen M. Hughes and Jamie Santoro. Catholic Library World 92:1 (2021): 63.

Puzier, Lauren and Kelsey L. O’Brien. “No pets on Zoom: Learning to apply parliamentary procedure in virtual meetings.” College & Research Libraries News 82:9 (2021): 436-439.

Waterhouse, Janetta L. “Streamlined Workflow Analysis Using Swim Lanes.” Technical Services Quarterly 38:3 (2021): 207-235.


Alonso-Regalado, Jesús and Caryl Ward. "Collaborative Collection Development on a Shoestring.” Presentation delivered at NYLA Virtual Conference, October 2021. 

Benson, M., Carrie Fisher, Amanda M. Lowe, Alessandra Otero-Ramos, Fatoma Rad, and Sarah Rhodes. “Burnout and Crisis Management: How to Stay Fresh with Your Library's Social Media.” Presentation for the WNYLRC Intersect Unconference, October 2021. 

Cofield, Jill, Carol Anne Germain, Lauren Puzier, and Emily Kilcer. “How Libraries Make Your Data Management as Easy as Pie.” Presentation for The CLRC 2021 Annual Conference, October 2021.
Jacobson, Trudi E. and Jackson Gray. “Information Has Value: Engaging Students as Wikipedia Editors.” Presentation delivered at WikiConference North America, October 2021.
Jacobson, Trudi E. and Thomas P. Mackey. “Teaching with Metaliteracy: Developing Informed, Reflective, and Participatory Citizens.” Presentation for the European Conference on Information Literacy, September 2021.
Jacobson, Trudi E. and Thomas P. Mackey. “Embedding Metaliteracy in Learning Design to Advance Metacognitive Thinking: From OER to MOOCs.” Presentation for the European Conference on Information Literacy, September 2021.

Lewey, Tanner, Amanda M. Lowe, Haley Lott, Ngina wa Kaai, Regina Vitolo, and Emily Bradshaw. “Librarians’ Declassified Social Media Survival Guide.” Presentation delivered at the Library Marketing and Communications Conference 2021 Virtual Conference, November 2021. 

Lowe, Amanda M. “Engaging your community with Instagram #libraries.” Webinar presented for NYLA, September 2021. 

Lowe, Amanda M. “Building an ambassadors program.” Presentation delivered at the Library Marketing and Communications Conference 2021 Virtual Conference, November 2021.

Lowe, Amanda M. “Social media 101.” Webinar presented for Cayuga Onondaga BOCES School Libraires System, November 2021. 

Mugridge, Rebecca. “Telling the Technical Services Story: Communicating Value.” Presentation for the Sharjah International Library Conference, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, November 2021.

Waterhouse, Janetta L. “Customizing and Integrating Alma.” Presentation for the Ex Libris Northeast User Group, October 2021.

Waterhouse, Janetta L. “Optimizing E-Resource Management with Process Improvement, Progress Management, and Problem Solving Techniques.” Presentation delivered for Electronic Resources and Libraries Workshop, November 2021. 

Wiedeman, Gregory. “Preserving Email in Multiple Formats: An Overview of the Mailbag Project.” Webinar presented for Council of State Archivists’ State Electronic Records Initiative, September 2021. 

Wiedeman, Gregory and Amanda Greenwood. “Web Archives and Maintenance Inflation.” Presented at the Archive-It Partner Meeting, September 2021.

Wiedeman, Gregory. “Functional Specifications for Mailbag and DigiPress.” Presentation delivered at BitCurator Users Forum, October 2021. 

Wiedeman, Gregory. “Mailbag: A Stable Package for Email in Multiple Formats.” Presentation for the 17th International Conference on Digital Preservation, October 2021. 

Wiedeman, Gregory and Mark Wolfe. “The Mailbag Project and Building Digital Preservation Tools Around Filesystems.” Delivered at the Coalition for Networked Information Fall Meeting, December 2021. 

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