Recent Staff Presentations and Publications
Chen, H., & Gilchrist, S. B. (2013). Online access to higher education on YouTubeEDU. New Library World, 114(3/4), Forthcoming.
Gilchrist, S. B., & Miller, K. (2013, May). SCVNGR hunt: Technological terror or titillation? Presented at the Maryland Library Association Annual Conference, Ocean City, MD.
MacDonald, P. & J. Rettig (2013, May). Counting What Counts and Making What You Count Count. Presented at the Maryland Library Association Annual Conference, Ocean City, MD.
D'Agostino, M. (2013, January). Wall of fun facts: Comaraderie, conversation, and teachable moments. College & Research Libraries News, 74(1), 36-49.
MacDonald, P. (2013). Organizational Climate Assessment and Improvement Planning. In Blessinger, K. & Hrycaj, P. (eds.). Workplace Culture in Academic Libraries: The Early Twenty-First Century. Cambridge, UK: Chandos Press.
Arnold-Garza, S., Putnam, L., & Simpson, S. (2012). Get out! Research relief where they least expect it. Poster presented at the Joint Conference of Librarians of Color, Kansas City, MO.
Dahl, D., Lowe, R., Sipe, V., & England, L. (2012, October). An EDS panel discussion. Presented at the University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions Fall Forum, Largo, MD.
Dahl, D. (2012, March). Mobile made easy: Using mobile web frameworks to simplify the development process. Presented at Computers in Libraries 2012, Washington, DC.
Dahl, D. (2012, July). Lightning in a bottle: Managing ideas to spur innovation. [Webcast] ACRL e-Learning Series.
Dahl, D. & MacDonald, P. (2012). Implementation and acceptance of a discovery tool: Lessons learned. In Popp, M. & Dallis, D. (Eds). Planning and Implementing Resource Discovery Tools in Academic Libraries. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Garczynski, J. (2012, Fall). Communication Studies' annual media tour registers another success.
EBSS Newsletter, 27(2), 11.
Garczynski, J. (2012, Spring). "Rare or reproduction?" Now on display at Cook Library. The Crab, 42(3), 22.
Garczynski, J. (2012, Winter). Three awards for three Towson librarians. The Crab, 42(2), 22.
Garczynski, J., Putnam, L., & Youngbar, A. (2012, June). 3, 2, 1...action: The good, the bad, and the ugly of using technology to make homegrown promotional videos. Presented at the American Library Association Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA.
Garczynski, J., Gillis, H., & Peacock, J. (2012, May). Surviving and thriving x3: How an academic, public, and special library are using the economic downturn to improve the ways they communicate with customers. Presented at the Maryland Library Association and Delaware Library Association Joint Conference, Ocean City, MD.
Garczynski, J. (2012, March). A recipe for Facebook success. Presented at the Law Library Association of Marylandâs Full Disclosure: Librarians Sharing Best Practices Conference, Baltimore, MD.
Gass, S & MacDonald, P. (2012, May). Making the most of user feedback, survey comments, and focus groups: Analyzing quantitative data. Presented at the Maryland Library Association and Delaware Library Association Joint Conference, Ocean City, MD.
Gass, S. (2012, June ). Promoting Collections. Presented at the ACRL-MD Unconference, Owings Mills, MD.
Gilchrist, S. B., & Holmes, C. (2012, June). Collection management project: Childrenâs and young adult collection overhaul. Presented at the ACRL-MD Unconference, Owings Mills, MD
Gilchrist, S. B. (2012, July). MLA/DLA, ALA Anaheim, and More. Presented for MILEX Summer Meeting, Columbia, Md.
Belanger, J., Holmes, C., Mills, J. & Wilkinson, C. (2012, October). RAILS results one year later: What we've learned and changed so far. Poster presented at the Library Assessment Conference, Charlottesville, VA.
Nasr, N. and Knox, F. (2012, July/August ). A Year on Facebook: Liking and Learning. Archival Outlook.
Nasr, N. (2012, November). Books of the People: Jewish Cultural Reconstruction Books in the Baltimore Hebrew Institute Collection at Towson University. Presented for the Beth Israel Synagogue in Reisterstown, MD, and at the Jewish Community Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
Nolan, D. A. (2012, June). Embedded librarians in distance learning. Panel presented at the American Library Association Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA.
Nolan, D. A. (2012, June). Winning on two fronts: How library residencies are placing libraries at the leading edge of innovation and diversity initiatives. Panel presented at the American Library Association Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA.
Ravely, M., & Youngbar, A. (2012, May). What students ask & how: A study of IM chat and face-to-face reference inquires at Towson University. Presented at the Maryland Library Association and Delaware Library Association Joint Conference, Ocean City, MD.
Tomlinson, C. (2012, July). Birth control. [Review of the book ]. Birth Control CHOICE, 50.
Tomlinson, C. (2012, April). Womenshealth.gov [Review of the website WomenHealth.gov, http://www.womenshealth.gov CHOICE, 50.
Tomlinson, C. (2012) Learning from the Library: The Library as Leader in First-Year Experience Instructor Training. Presented at 19th National Conference on Students in Transition, Philadelphia, PA.
Woznicki, L. & Mann, S. (2012, November). If it doesn't pay, it doesn't stay: When the archives disappear. Presented at the Congress on Research in Dance Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM.
Woznicki, L. (2012, October). Calamity into joy: The life and works of Maria Theresia von Paradis. Presented at the Atlantic Chapter, Music Library Association Annual Meeting, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
Woznicki, L. (2012, February). Ebooks on campus: Towson University's marketing and promotion of ebook resources. Presented at UMBC Librarians and Staff Meeting, Albin O. Kuhn Library, UMBC, Catonsville, MD.
Xia, J., Gilchrist, S. B., Smith, N. X. P., Kingery, J. A., Radecki, J. R., Wilhelm, M. L.,...Mahn, A. J. (2012). A review of open access self-archiving mandate policies. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 12(1), 85-102.
Youngbar, A., Ravely, M., & MacDonald, P. (2012, October). Questions of quality & staffing patterns in IM reference: Assessment driven best practices. Poster presented at the Library Assessment Conference, Charlottesville, VA.