Small business perspectives about the role of rural libraries in economic development. The Library Quarterly: Information, Community, Policy. 87(1), 17-35.(2017).
Data Curation Profiling of Biocollections. American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting.(2016).
Information Science Professionals as Community Action Researchers to Further the Role of Rural Public Libraries in Small Business Economic Development: A Case Study of Tennessee. Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science. 40(4),(2016).
The role of rural public libraries in small business development. Public Library Quarterly. 35(1), 1-14.(2016).
Collaborative development and assessment of Student Learning Outcomes for LIS electives. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 56(4), 282.(2015).
Exploring the GIS Knowledge Domain Using CiteSpace. The Professional Geographer. 67(2),(2015).
Geographic Knowledge Organization: Critical Cataloging and Place-Names in the Geoweb. Knowledge Organization. 42(4), 210.(2015).
Job Analyses of Emerging Information Professions: A Survey Validation of the American Library Association's Map and Geospatial Information Round Table (MAGIRT) Core Competencies to Inform Geographic Information Librarianship (GIL) Curriculum. Library Quarterly.(2015).
Usability of E-government mapping applications: Lessons learned from the U.S. National Atlas. International Journal of Cartography. 1(2), 272-282.(2015).
The Geoweb and Everyday Life: An Analysis of Spatial Tactics and Volunteered Geographic Information. First Monday. 19(7),(2014).
Opportunities and Challenges for Public Libraries to Enhance Community Resilience. Risk Analysis. 34(4), 721-734.(2014).
Digital Curation and the GeoWeb: An Emerging Role of Geographic Information Librarians (GILs). Journal of Map and Geography Libraries. 9(3), 296-312.(2013).
Geospatial thinking of information professionals. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 54(1), 15-21.(2013).
Public libraries as post crisis information hubs. Public Library Quarterly. 32(1), 33-45.(2013).
Where do we go from here?: Informing academic library staffing through reference transaction analysis. (Bartlett, J., Ed.).College and Research Libraries. 74, 489-500.(2013).
Analysis of location-based questions to inform mobile library applications. Library and Information Science Research. 34(4), 265-270.(2012).
Can consortial reference partners answer your local users’ library questions?. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 12(4), 355-370.(2012).
The world of tomorrow: Geographic coverages of the Main Street Public Library, A.L.A. Catalogs, and H. W. Wilson Company's Standard catalog for public libraries. Library Trends. 60(4), 729-748.(2012).
Location-based questions and local knowledge. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 62(8), 1594-1603.(2011).