2017. The low morale experience of academic librarians: A phenomenological study. Journal of Library Administration, 57(8): 846-878. doi:10.1080/01930826.2017.1368325.

2015. With Ione T. Damasco. A phenomenological study of conservative academic librarians. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 34 (3): 127-159. doi:

2014. The experience of Korean academic librarianship: A phenomenological study. IFLA Journal, 40(4): 267-279. doi: 10.1177/0340035214543165.

2014. With Deborah Tritt. Impact of cloud computing on librarians at small and rural academic libraries. Southeastern Librarian, 62(3): 2-11. Available from

2014. With Echo Leaver. The Code of Ethics and workplace behaviors: Implications for professionalism and cultivating ethical leaders for tomorrow’s academic libraries. In K.D. Deards and G.R. Springs (eds.) Succession Planning and Implementation in Libraries: Practices and Resources. Hershey: IGI Global.

2013. With Deborah Tritt and Echo Leaver. Link up the sticks: Access and barriers to professional development for small and rural academic librarians.CODEX: Journal of the Louisiana Chapter of the ACRL. Available from

2012. Who's the Fairest of Us All: A Comparison of the Influence of the ALA COE on Academic Librarians and Library Administrators. 2012. Accepted for publication and presentation at the Society of Library Professionals Library and Information Professionals Summit. Delhi, India.

With Echo Leaver. 2011. Impact of the Code of Ethics on workplace behavior in academic libraries. Journal of Information Ethics, 20(1): 86-112. doi 10.3172/JIE.20.1.86

2009. The Kaleidoscopic Concern: An Annotated Bibliography of Diversity, Recruitment, Retention, and Other Concerns Regarding African American and Ethnic Library Professionals in the United States. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries. Available from

2009. The African American male librarian: Motivational factors in choosing a career in library and information science. Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 28 (1/2): 23-52. doi 10.1080/01639260902862066

2007. Global Evolution: A Chronological Annotated Bibliography of International Students in U.S. Academic Libraries. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries. Available from

2007. The librarian as instructor: A study of teacher anxiety. College and Undergraduate Libraries, 14(2):77-101.

Selected Presentations
The Sky's the Limit? Cloud Computing in Small and Rural Academic Libraries (with Deborah Tritt)
Digital Humanities: Active Learning Tools for the Information Literacy Classroom (with Deborah Tritt)
Miles Apart? Similarities and Differences in International Academic Librarianship
Working with TRiO Programs: Encouraging Technology, Research, and Information Organization Skills for Early Start Students (with Rebecca Freeman)
Serving Information Literacy via Digital Humanities (with Deborah Tritt)
Frugalcasting: Free and Low-cost Screencast Tools for Academic Libraries (with Deborah Tritt)
Off the Grid: Access to Professional Development for Small and Rural Academic Librarians (with Deborah Tritt)
I Can Do That (Too!): Using LIS Core Competencies in the Digital Humanities
Who's the Fairest of Us All?: A Comparison of the Influence of the ALA COE on Academic Librarians and Library Administrators
Right and Wrong in Real Librarianship: The Impact of Ethics on Practicing Academic Librarians
Moving In, Moving Up: Recruitment, Retention and Advancement of African American Male Librarians
Emerging Trends: International Students in U.S. Academic Libraries

Derailing Anxiety in Academic Library Instruction

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