Recent Publications

Cahill, M. (in press). Libraries and summer reading: Learning programs that support children, teens, and families. In R. L. Allington & A. McGill-Franzen (Eds.), Summer Reading: Closing the Rich/Poor Reading Achievement Gap. New York: Teachers College Press.

Cahill, M. (2018, April). Research that informs the work of school librarians. School Library Connection. Retrieved from http://schoollibraryconnection

Joo, S., & Cahill, M. (2018). Exploring research topics in the field of school librarianship based on text mining. School Libraries Worldwide, 21(1), 1-27.

Cahill, M., & Lee, K. A. (2018). The case study. In R. Small & M. Mardis (Eds.), Research methods for librarians and educators: Practical applications in formal and informal learning environments (pp. 167-176). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Cahill, M. (2018). Libraries and summer reading to support children, teens, and families: What more can they be doing? In R. Allington & A. McGill-Franzen (Eds.), Summer reading: Closing the rich/poor achievement gap (2nd ed.) (pp. 129-147). New York: Teachers College Press.

Fox, C. W., Burns, C. S., Muncy, A. D., & Meyer, J. A. (Early view). Author-suggested reviewers: Gender differences and influences on the peer review process at an ecology journal. Functional Ecology.

Bossaller, J., Burns, C. S., & VanbScoy, A. (2017). Re-conceiving time in reference and information services work: A qualitative secondary analysis. Journal of Documentation, 73, 2-17. doi:

Burns, C. S., & Fox, C.W. (2017, online first). Language in socioeconomics predict geographic variation in peer review outcomes at an ecology journal. Scientometrics. doi: 10.1007/s11192-017-2517-5

Adler, M. (Accepted). Deleuze as Subject – B2430.D454 – Mapping Deleuze Studies in the Library. Deleuze Studies Journal.

Adler, M. (Accepted). Wikipedia and the myth of universality, introduction to special issue, archival bias: Constructing, coding and curating participatory archives. Nordisk Tidsskrift for Informationsvidenskab og Kulturformidling (Nordic Journal for Information Science and Culture).