Publications of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries faculty.


Submissions from 2019

Leadership Reflections: It is Not About the Perks, Karl Bridges

The Subject Specialist is Dead. Long Live the Subject Specialist!, Annette Day and John Novak

Leadership Reflections: Organizational Culture, Maggie Farrell

Leadership Reflections: Organizational Language, Maggie Farrell

Leadership Reflections: Who Are Your Peeps?, Maggie Farrell


Digitization Workflows: Streamlining the Digitization Process and Distinguishing the Peculiarities in Capturing Various Archival Materials, Marina Georgieva


Successful Management of an Outsourced Large-scale Digitization Newspaper Project, Marina Georgieva


The Librarian Parlor: Demystifying the Research Process through Community, Chelsea Heinbach, Charissa Powell, Hailley Fargo, and Nimisha Bhat

On Their Own Terms: First-Year Student Interviews about Everyday Life Research Can Help Librarians Flip the Deficit Script, Elizabeth Kocevar-Weidinger, Emily Cox, Mark Lenker, Tatiana Pashkova-Balkenhol, and Virginia Kinman

Building the Systematic Review Core in an Academic Health Sciences Library, Mellanye J. Lackey, Heidi Greenberg, and Melissa L. Rethlefsen


Microfilm, Manuscripts, and Photographs: A Case Study Comparing Three Large-Scale Digitization Projects, Emily Lapworth, Sarah R. Jones, and Marina Georgieva


Information Literacy: What's the Question?, Mark Lenker


Indignation in Political Discourse Thoughts toward an Information Literacy Curriculum, Mark N. Lenker III


From Responsible Custody to Responsible Stewardship, Michelle Light

Use and Reuse of Visual Resources in Student Papers and Presentations, Krystyna K. Matusiak, Anna Harper, and Chelsea Heinbach

Book Review: Gambling Under the Swastika: Casinos, Horse Racing, Lotteries, and Other Forms of Betting in Nazi Germany, By Robert M. Jarvis, David G. Schwartz


Library Subscriptions and Open Access: Highlights from the University of California Negotiations with Elsevier, Cory Tucker, Andrea Wirth, and Annette Day

Submissions from 2018


ORCID Integration at the UNLV Libraries, A.L. Carson, Matthew Murray, and John Novak

All in: The Spread of Gambling in twentieth-century United States, Jonathan D. Cohen, David G. Schwartz, and Ann Fabian

Leadership Reflections: Leadership Paradoxes, M Farrell

Leadership Reflections: Parent Leadership, Maggie Farrell


Digital Processing Framework, Erin Faulder, Susanne Annand, Sally DeBauche, Martin Gengerbach, Karla Irwin, Julie Musson, Shira Peltzman, Kate Tasker, Laura Uglean Jackson, and Dorothy Waugh

Mountain West Digital Library, Pricilla Finley

Review: Great events from history: the 21st century 2000–2016, Priscilla J. Finley

Research Lifecycles as the basis for library service plans: an annotated bibliography, Priscilla J. Finley and Susie A. Skarl


The Digital Librarian: The Liaison between Digital Collections and Digital Preservation, Marina Georgieva


Testing Future Teachers: A Quantitative Exploration of Factors Impacting the Information Literacy of Teacher Education Students, Samantha Godbey


Assessment and Perception of Information Literacy Skills Among Teacher Education Students, Samantha Godbey and Alexandra Dema


Applying an Infomation Literacy Rubric to First-Year Health Sciences Student Research Posters, Xan Goodman, John Watts, Rogelio A. Arenas, Rachelle Weigel, and Tony Terrell

Applying An Information Literacy Rubric To First-year Health Sciences Student Research Posters, X Goodman, J Watts, R Arenas, R Weigel, and T Terrell

Optimizing Merged Metadata Standards for Online Community History: a Linked Open Data Approach, K. Meghan Gross, Cory K. Lampert, and Emily A. Lapworth


Book Review: So You Want to Be an Academic Library Director, Pat Hawthorne


Book Review: The Dysfunctional Library: Challenges and Solutions to Workplace Relationships, Pat Hawthorne


Book Review: The Dysfunctional Library: Challenges and Solutions to Workplace Relationships, Pat Hawthorne


Review: So You Want to Be an Academic Library Director, Patsy T. Hawthorne


Effective Embedding: Working With Academic Departments and Online Courses, Starr Hoffman

Triangulating an Assessment Plan, Starr Hoffman

Ramping Up: Evaluating Large-scale Digitization Potential With Small-scale Resources, C Lampert


Preparing to Preserve: Three Essential Steps to Building Experience with Long-Term Digital Preservation, Cory Lampert and Jason Vaughan

Visual Literacy in Practice: Use of Images in Students’ Academic Work, Krystyna K. Matusiak, Chelsea M. Heinbach, Anna Harper, and Michael Bovee

Plan, Prioritize, and Partner: A Model to Create Successful Outreach Programs and Events, Rosan E. Mitola


Student Employment as a High-Impact Practice in Academic Libraries: A Systematic Review, Rosan Mitola, Erin Rinto, and Emily Pattni


Integrating Information Literacy and Evidence-based Medicine Content within a New School of Medicine Curriculum: Process and Outcome, Joanne M. Muellenbach, Kathryn M. Houk, Dana E. Thimons, and Bredny Rodriguez


Review of: Families at Play: Connecting and Learning Through Video Games, Matthew Murray


Review of: The World of Scary Video Games: A Study in Videoludic Horror, Approaches To Digital Game Studies, Matthew Murray


The IR has Two Faces: Positioning Institutional Repositories for Success, John Novak and Annette Day


Collections as Data: Implications for Enclosure, Thomas G. Padilla

Patrolling the Mojave Almost Makes You Wish for a Nuclear Winter: Post-Apocalyptic Wanderings in a New Vegas, David G. Schwartz

The Stardust Casino, Longtime Cash Cow for the Mob, Debuted 60 Years Ago On the Las Vegas Strip, David G. Schwartz

Agility in the Archives: Translating Agile Methods to Archival Project Management, Cynthia A. Shein, Hannah E. Robinson, and Hana Gutierrez

Going the Distance for Grads: What Online Graduate Students Want from the Library, Susie Skarl and Darcy Del Bosque

G Suite as an Enterprise Communications and Collaboration Tool, Jason B. Vaughan and Kristen A. Costello

Submissions from 2017

The Impact of Information Literacy Instruction on Student Success: A Multi-Institutional Investigation and Analysis, Melissa Bowles-Terry, Joni Blake, Shirlene Pearson, and Zoltan Szentkiralyi


Collaborating with Teaching Faculty on Transparent Assignment Design, Melissa Bowles-Terry, John C. Watts, Pat Hawthorne, and Patricia Iannuzzi

Rowing the Big Boat Together: Mixed Staffing Arrangements for Large Instruction Programs, Gregory L. Carr

#digitalarchivesfail: Well, That Didn't Work, A.L. Carson


ORCID @ University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries Pre-Pilot Report, A. L. Carson and Matthew Murray

Resource Review – Criminal Justice Abstracts, Criminology and Criminal Justice, and Sage Criminology, Melissa Chomintra and Susie A. Skarl

Review Essay: Reno Revisited: Fresh Perspectives on the “Biggest Little City in the World”, Su K. Chung

Archival Finding Aids, Su Kim Chung and Karla A. Irwin


Research Information Management: How the Library Can Contribute to the Campus Conversation, Annette P. Day


Beyond awareness: improving outreach and marketing through user surveys, D Del Bosque, R Mitola, S Skarl, and S Heaton

Explorations of a Very-large- Screen Digital Library Interface, Alex Dolski, Cory K. Lampert, and Kee Choi


Leadership Reflections: Advisory Bodies, M Farrell

Review: Migration to New Worlds, Priscilla J. Finley

Review: Pavis, Patrice, The Routledge dictionary of performance and contemporary theatre, Priscilla J. Finley


Action Research as Inquiry for Education Students, Samantha Godbey

Disciplinary Applications of Information Literacy Threshold Concepts, Samantha A. Godbey, Susan Beth Wainscott, and Xan Y. Goodman


Introduction, Samantha Godbey, Susan Wainscott, and Xan Goodman


Moving Public Health Learners to the Skeptical Edge with Information Creation as a Process, Xan Goodman

Book Review of Effective Difficult Conversations: A Step-by-Step Guide, Patsy T. Hawthorne

Organization, Administration, Management, and Planning, Jennifer Hoffman

Creating a Data Inventory, Starr Hoffman


The Data Framework: A Collaborative Tool for Assessment at the UNLV Libraries, Starr Hoffman and Ashley Hernandez-Hall

Comics in the Clinic: Librarians promoting graphic medicine for education and outreach, Kathryn M. Houk, Ariel Pomputius, Matthew Noe, and Michelle Green

The Plight of the Solo Exhibit Curator: Identifying and Engaging an Exhibition Team., Karla A. Irwin

Digging in the Mines: Mining Course Syllabi in Search of the Library, Keven M. Jeffery, Kathryn M. Houk, Jordan M. Nielsen, and Jenny M. Wong-Welch

Simulating Access Issues: Using Twine to Teach E-Resources Troubleshooting, Kate Lambaria, Heidi R. Johnson, and Nicole Helregel

Looking at Linked Data from a Digital Asset Management Perspective, Cory K. Lampert


Developmentalism: Learning as the Basis for Evaluating Information, Mark Lenker

Information in the Indignation Age, Mark Lenker

Peer-Assisted Learning in Academic Libraries, Rosan Mitola

Interview Post: Matthew Murray, Matthew Murray

Repurposing Metadata from ArchivesSpace for Original MARC Cataloging, Carol Ou, Katherine L. Rankin, and Cyndi Shein


Repurposing ArchivesSpace Metadata for Original MARC Cataloging, C Ou, K L. Rankin, and C Shein

Memorials to WAML Founding Members and to Other Members Who Have Made Major Contributions to WAML, Katherine L. Rankin

“Historical Parallels between Tournament Poker and Esports.”, David G. Schwartz

Research (In)Complete: An Exploratory History of Competitive Video Gaming, David G. Schwartz


Review: Chloe E. Taft. From Steel to Slots: Capitalism in the Postindustrial City, David G. Schwartz

Sixty Years Ago, The Tropicana Opened Under Mob’s Hidden Control, David G. Schwartz

The Hit That Could Have Sunk Las Vegas, David G. Schwartz

Open-Source Opens Doors: A Case Study on Extending ArchivesSpace Code at UNLV Libraries, Cynthia Shein, Carol Ou, Karla A. Irwin, and Carlos Lemus


Creating a Virtuous Circle of Student Engagement with the Tech Corner, Brian R. Shuck, Susan B. Wainscott, Jennifer Church-Duran, and Darcy C. Del Bosque

Web Scale Discovery Services, Jason B. Vaughan

Educational story as a tool for addressing the framework for information literacy for higher education, J J. Vossler and J Watts


Mining for the Best Information Value with Geoscience Students, Susan Wainscott and Joshua W. Bonde

Inclusive Cultural and Social Pedagogy in the Library Classroom, John C. Watts


Distributed publishers: Collaborating & Facilitating Publishing Across Campus, Andrea Wirth

Taking Stock: Organizing Open Access Operations Based on Researcher Practices, Andrea A. Wirth

Submissions from 2016


Rebuilding: Organizing and operating under new management, S Aladebumoye, N P. Ellero, and Annette Day