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Journal Articles and Other Works
Baron, Sara B. “Employee Perspectives of Library and Information Technology Mergers: The Recursiveness
of Structure, Culture, and Agency.” Ed.D. diss., University of Massachusetts Boston, 2010.
Boule, Michelle. “Drawing First-Year Students.” Library Journal 134, no. 18 (November 2009): 24–25.
Breeding, Marshall. “Using Technology to Enhance a Library as Place.” Computers in Libraries 31, no. 3 (April
Clark, Dennis T. “Lending Kindle e-Book Readers: First Results from the Texas A&M University Project.”
Collection Building 28, no. 4 (November 2009): 146–49.
Eichenlaub, Naomi, Laine Gabel, Dan Jakubek, Graham McCarthy, and Weina Wang. “Project iPad.”
Computers in Libraries 31, no. 7 (September 2011): 17–21.
Foster, Andrea L. “Strains and Joys Color Mergers Between Libraries and Tech Units. (Cover story).” Chronicle
of Higher Education 54, no. 19 (January 18, 2008): A1–A13.
Furlong, Katherine. “Loosening Up and Letting Go: Circulating Technology in Support of a Merged
Organization.” Computers in Libraries 29, no. 3 (March 2009): 10–47.
Gibbons, Susan, and Nancy Fried Foster. “Library Design and Ethnography.” Studying Students: The
Undergraduate Research Project at the University of Rochester. Rochester: University of Rochester, 2007.
Hahn, Jim, Lori Mestre, David Ward, and Susan Avery. “Technology on Demand: Implementing Loanable
Technology Services at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.” Library Hi Tech 29, no. 1
(January 2011): 34–50.
Jensen, Karen. “Beyond ‘Classroom’ Technology: The Equipment Circulation Program at Rasmuson Library,
University of Alaska Fairbanks.” Journal of Access Services 5, no. 1/2 (January 2007): 221–31.
Marcus, Cecily, et al. NYU 21st Century Library Project: Designing a Research Library of the Future for New York
University (Report of a Study of Faculty and Graduate Student Needs for Research and Teaching). New York
University, 2007. http://library.nyu.edu/about/KPLReport.pdf
Muir, Scott P. Libraries Achieving Greatness: Technology at the Helm. ERIC, ED511283. Arizona State University,
Power, June L. “Circulation on the Go—Implementing Wireless Laptop Circulation in a State University
Academic Library.” Journal of Access Services 5, no. 1/2 (January 2007): 197–209.