Submissions from 2017


“If You Want the History of a White Man, You Go to the Library:” Critiquing Our Legacy, Addressing Our Library Collections Gaps, Jennifer Bowers, Katherine Crowe, and Peggy Keeran


Lending Video Game Consoles in an Academic Library, Ryan F. Buller


Revealing Our Melting Past: Rescuing Historical Snow and Ice Data, Jack M. Maness, Ruth Duer, Michael Dulock, Florence Fetterer, Gloria Hicks, Althea Merredyth, Walker Sampson, and Allaina Wallace

Submissions from 2015

Rethinking Reference for Academic Libraries: Innovative Developments and Future Trends, Carrie L. Forbes and Jennifer Bowers

Archives on Trial: ‘Executing’ Richard II and Eikon Basilike in the Digital Age, W. Scott Howard, Peggy Keeran, and Jennifer Bowers


E-Book Usage on a Global Scale: Patterns, Trends, and Opportunities, Michael Levine-Clark


Reorganizing for Transformational Change: The 21st Century Research Library at a Flagship Public University, Jack M. Maness and John Culshaw

Submissions from 2014

Research in the Social Sciences, Jennifer Bowers


Transforming’ the Conversation: Rethinking Fair Use in Academic Course Reserves, Ryan F. Buller


Utilizing Building Usage Assessment: Determining Deployment of Student Workers in an Academic Library, Ryan F. Buller


Classical Guitar Music in Printed Collections: A New Index and a Model for Indexing Instrumental Music in Score Collections, Ellwood Colahan


The Effect of Discovery Systems on Online Journal Usage: A Longitudinal Study, Michael Levine-Clark, John McDonald, and Jason S. Price

Submissions from 2013

Literary Research and the British Eighteenth Century: Strategies and Sources, Peggy Keeran and Jennifer Bowers

Submissions from 2011


Essential readings in e-Science, Association of College & Research Libraries - Science & Technology Section, Subject & Bibliographic Access to Science Materials Committee


Receptivity to Library Involvement in Scientific Data Curation: A Case Study at the University of Colorado Boulder, Kathryn Lage, Barbara Losoff, and Jack M. Maness

Submissions from 2010

Literary Research and the British Renaissance and Early Modern Period: Strategies and Sources, Jennifer Bowers and Peggy Keeran


The Physical and the Virtual: The Relationship Between Library as Place and Electronic Collections, Jennifer Gerke and Jack M. Maness

Submissions from 2009


The Good, the Bad, but Mostly the Ugly: Adherence to RUSA Guidelines During Encounters with Inappropriate Behavior Online, Jack M. Maness, Sarah Naper, and Jayati Chaudhuri

Submissions from 2008


A Linguistic Analysis of Chat Reference Conversations With 18-24 Year-Old College Students, Jack M. Maness

Submissions from 2007

Research within the Disciplines: Foundations for Reference and Library Instruction, Peggy Keeran, Suzanne Moulton-Gertig, Michael Levine-Clark, Nonny Schlotzhauer, Esther Gil, Christopher C. Brown, Joseph Kraus, Carrie L. Forbes, and Jennifer Bowers

Submissions from 2006


ENGnetBASE, Jack M. Maness


Library 2.0 Theory: Web 2.0 and Its Implications for Libraries, Jack M. Maness

Submissions from 2005

Literary Research and the British Romantic Era: Strategies and Sources, Peggy Keeran and Jennifer Bowers

Submissions from 2000


Look Forward to Hospitality A Mile High: Denver Hosts the 2000 SAA Meeting, Jeanne L. Abrams

Submissions from 1990

Ten Suggestions Towards Establishing an Improved Collections Policy for Jewish Archives, Jeanne L. Abrams