Cowden, Chapel, Priscilla Seaman, Sarah Copeland, and Lu Gao. “Teaching with Intent: Applying Culturally Responsive Teaching to Library Instruction.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 21, no. 2 (April 2021). 

Hackstadt, Angela. “A Review of Grey Literature Cited by Food Loss Law and Policy Scholarship.” Journal of Agricultural and Food Information 22, nos. 1-2 (March 2021): 22-36. 

Jacobson, Trudi E. “Analyzing Information Sources Through the Lens of the ACRL Framework: A Case Study of Wikipedia.” Communications in Information Literacy 14, no. 2 (2020): 362-377.

Kilcer, Emily and Ann Kearney. “Authors Alliance Partner Program (A2P2) [Product Review].” Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication 9, no. 1 (2021). 

Krzykowski, Linda M. and Trudi E. Jacobson. “New Initiatives, New Collaborations: “Breaking Into the Box" to Support Transfer Student Transition.” in Transfer Student Success: Academic Library Outreach and Engagement. Edited by Nancy Fawley, Ann Marshall, and Mark Robison. Chicago, ALA Editions, 2021.

Mugridge, Rebecca L. “Review of Systematic searching: Practical ideas for improving results, edited by Paul Levay and Jenny Craven.” Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 32, no. 4 (2020): 341-342.
Mugridge, Rebecca L. “Review of Making sense of business reference: a guide for librarians and research professionals, by Celia Ross.” Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship 32, no. 4 (2020): 345-346.
Mugridge, Rebecca L. “Review of Rainy Day Ready: Financial Literacy Programs and Tools, edited by Melanie Welch and Patrick Hogan.” Catholic Library World 91, no.1 (2020): 67-68.


Adams, Abigail and Angela Hackstadt. “Conspiracy thinking: The widespread harm of Covid-19 disinformation.” Presented to the University at Albany Covid-19 Minority Health Disparities Study Engaged Researchers group, February, 2021.

Alonso-Regalado, Jesús, Maxson Bronwen, Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros, and Kate Thornhill. “Instructional Collaborations in Diverse Cultural and Multilingual Contexts: Information Literacy Initiatives for the 21st Century.” Presentation delivered at ACRL Virtual Conference, April 2021. 

Alonso-Regalado, Jesús and Flora Lindsay-Herrera. “Launching LACLI: Project of open access resources for Latin American, Caribbean, U.S. Latinx, and Iberian studies.” Presentation delivered at Bridging the Spectrum: A Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science, February 2021.  

Boyle, Jodi and Victoria Waldron. “Processing the Vera Michelson Papers: An Anti-Apartheid Activist and Community Organizer, a Global Pandemic, and the Collection Researchers Keep Asking About.” Poster presentation for the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference virtual spring meeting, April 2021.

Hosier, Allison E. “The Annotated Bibliography as Artifact.” Presentation delivered at ACRL Virtual Conference, April 2021.

Jacobson, Trudi E. “Enhancing Student Engagement Through Scaffolded Non-Disposable Assignments.” Presented for SUNY Open Education Week 2021, March 2021.

Jacobson, Trudi E. “Lumen Circles Conversation.” Panelist for SUNY Online Summit, February 2021.

Jacobson, Trudi E. and Thomas P. Mackey. “Metaliteracy: Engaging Students Through Assessment as Learning.” Keynote address for the 4th National Meeting of Information Competencies, University of Puerto Rico, February 2020.

Mackey, Thomas P. and Trudi E. Jacobson. “The Role of Metaliteracy in Designing Open Learning Initiatives.” Keynote address for Intercultural Perspectives on Information Literacy conference, University of Hildesheim Germany, January 2021.

Wiedeman, Gregory. “Mailbag: A Stable Package for Email with Multiple Masters.” Presentation delivered for the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Spring Meeting (remote), March 2021.

Wolfe, Mark. “Preservation Interest Group: Topic A/V Collections: Preservation and Access.” Presentation delivered for the Capital District Library Council Preservation Interest Group, April 2021. 


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