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Publications, Presentations, Interviews

Associate Executive Director Joan Lippincott
Selected Publications, Presentations, and Interviews

Dissertation:

Joan K. Lippincott, Collaboration between Librarians and Information Technologists: A Case Study Employing Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory, Department of Education Policy, Planning, and Administration, University of Maryland, 1999.

“Libraries as Enablers of Pedagogical and Curricular Change”

Joan K. Lippincott, Kim Duckett, and Anu Vedantham. “Libraries as Enablers of Pedagogical and Curricular Change,” EDUCAUSE Review Online (October 2014). (View Online)

“Trends in Digital Scholarship Centers”

Joan K. Lippincott, Harriette Hemmasi and Vivian Lewis, “Trends in Digital Scholarship Centers,” EDUCAUSE Review, May/June 2014. (View Online)

“Library Space Assessment: Focusing on Learning”

Joan K. Lippincott and Kim Duckett, “Library Space Assessment: Focusing on Learning,” Research Library Issues, no. 284, 2013. (PDF)

“Trends in Digital Scholarship Centers”

Joan K. Lippincott, Harriette Hemmasi, and Vivian Lewis, “Trends in Digital Scholarship Centers,” Session at CNI Fall 2013 Membership Meeting, December 9-10, 2013, Washington, DC.

“A Mobile Future for Academic Libraries”

Joan K. Lippincott, “A Mobile Future for Academic Libraries,” Reference Services Review 38, no. 2 (2010): 205-213.

“ETDs and Graduate Education: Programs and Prospects”

Joan K. Lippincott and Clifford A. Lynch, “ETDs and Graduate Education: Programs and Prospects,” Research Library Issues 270 (June 2010). (PDF)

“Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science entry on CNI (preprint)”

Joan K. Lippincott, Entry on CNI (preprint), written in 2008, published in the Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, 3d edition. Edited by Marcia J. Bates and Mary Niles Maack.  Boca Raton:  CRC Press, 2010.  Copyright Joan K. Lippincott. (PDF)

“Information Commons: Meeting Millennials’ Needs”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Information Commons: Meeting Millennials’ Needs,” Journal of Library Administration, 50:1, January 2010. (PDF)

“Mobile Reference: What Are the Questions?”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Mobile Reference: What Are the Questions?” The Reference Librarian, 51:1, January 2010. (PDF)

“What To Do While Your Building Project Is on Hold”

Joan K. Lippincott, “What To Do While Your Building Project Is on Hold,” Session at CNI Spring 2009 Membership Meeting, April 7, 2009, Minneapolis, MN.

“A Long-Term View for Learning Spaces”

Joan K. Lippincott, et al, “A Long-Term View for Learning Spaces,” EDUCAUSE Review, March/April 2009. (HTML)

NOTE: The excerpt linked to here is based on a roundtable conversation/interview about learning spaces conducted by Gerry Bayne, EDUCAUSE multimedia producer, at the EDUCAUSE 2008 Annual Conference. To listen to the full podcast, go to <http://www.educause.edu/blog/gbayne/E08PodcastInConversationLearni/167979>.

“Mobile Technologies, Mobile Users: Implications for Academic Libraries”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Mobile Technologies, Mobile Users: Implications for Academic Libraries,” ARL: A Bimonthly Report on Research Library Issues and Actions from ARL, CNI, and SPARC, no. 261 (December 2008). (HTML)

“Libraries and Net Gen Learners”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Libraries and Net Gen Learners: Current and Future Challenges in the Mobile Society,” M-Libraries: Libraries on the Move to Provide Virtual Access, Gill Needham and Mohamed Ally (Eds.), (London: Facet Publishing, 2008).

“Assessing Information Commons”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Assessing Information Commons,” Linking the Information Commons to Learning:  How to Measure Success, Vantage Point (Ipswich, MA: Ebsco, 2007). View online.
An earlier version of this paper appeared in Proceedings of the Library Assessment Conference, September 25-27, 2006, Charlottesville, VA.

“Student Perspective Video” – Joan & Meg Lippincott

Joan K. Lippincott, “Student Perspective Video,” an interview with daughter Meg Lippincott shown at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) Focus Session Being Net Savvy: Developing Skills for a Rapidly Changing World, held in Boulder, CO on Aug. 15-16, 2007.  Available from the events page at www.educause.edu/events-search/248214.

“Beyond Coexistence: Finding Synergies between Print Content and Digital Information”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Beyond Coexistence:  Finding Synergies between Print Content and Digital Information,” Journal of Library Administration, 46:2 (2007).

“Linking the Information Commons to Learning”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Linking the Information Commons to Learning,” Learning Spaces, Diana G. Oblinger (Ed.), (EDUCAUSE, August 2006). This EDUCAUSE e-book is freely available at http://www.educause.edu/learningspaces.

“Learning, Engagement and Technology”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Learning, Engagement and Technology” (preprint version), Student Engagement and Information Literacy, Craig Gibson (Ed.), Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2006. (MS Word Doc)
Book ordering information is available at http://www.docstoc.com/docs/74473137/acrl_Lippincott

“Institutional Strategies and Policies for ETDs”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Institutional Strategies and Policies for Electronic Theses and Dissertations,” ECAR Research Bulletin, 2006:13 (June 20, 2006). <http://www.educause.edu/library/resources/institutional-strategies-and-policies-electronic-theses-and-dissertations>

“Shifting the Focus of Reference & Instruction Services”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Shifting the Focus of Reference & Instruction Services,” delivered as the keynote address at The Service in “Reference Services” – The 4th “Reference in the 21st Century” Symposium at Columbia University on March 10, 2006 in New York City. An abstract of the talk is available: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/img/assets/7296/Symposium06_Lippincott_abstract.pdf. A podcast of the symposium presentations in full is available: http://puck.gsb.columbia.edu:8080/ramgen/video/admin/library_symposium_3-10-06.rm.

“Interview with Joan Lippincott at EDUCAUSE 2005″

Joan K. Lippincott, Interview, podcast interview conducted during the EDUCAUSE annual conference held in Orlando, Florida, October 18-21, 2005. (Listen Online)

This 30 minute interview by Matt Pasiewicz of EDUCAUSE with CNI’s Joan Lippincott provides coverage of a range of topics including learning space design, IT/Library Collaboration, and blogs.

“Where Learners Go”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Where Learners Go: How to Strengthen the Library Role in Online Learning,” Library Journal, October 1, 2005.

“IR Deployment in US”

Clifford A. Lynch and Joan K. Lippincott, “Institutional Repository Deployment in the United States as of Early 2005,” D-Lib Magazine, 11:9 (September 2005).  (HTML)

“Libraries, Info, and CMSs”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Libraries, Information, and Course Management Systems,” Course Management Systems for Learning: Beyond Accidental Pedagogy, eds. McGee, Carmean, and Jafari (Information Science Publishing, 2005).

“Net Gen Students & Libraries”

Joan Lippincott, “Net Generation Students and Libraries” in Educating the Net Generation, EDUCAUSE e-book, edited by Diana Oblinger and James Oblinger, February 2005, available at http://www.educause.edu/educatingthenetgen.  Article was also reprinted in the March/April 2005 issue of EDUCAUSE Review, available online at http://www.educause.edu/apps/er/erm05/erm052.asp.

“Learning Spaces Session from Fall ’04 CNI Mtg”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Learning Spaces: Collaborations and Opportunities” CNI Fall 2004 Membership Meeting, December 7, 2004, Portland, OR.

“Enhancing the Learning Experience” TLT ’04 Keynote

Joan K. Lippincott, “Enhancing the Learning Experience,” Keynote Presentation, TLT 2004 – Enhancing the Learning Experience, September 17, 2004, Los Angeles, CA.  [Presentation]

“New Library Facilities”

Joan K. Lippincott, “New Library Facilities: Opportunities for Collaboration,” Resource Sharing and Information Networks, 17:1/2 (2004).

“Accountability as Opportunity” Presentation at ELI ’04

Joan K. Lippincott, Gary Brown, Stephen C. Ehrmann, and Vicki Suter, “Accountability as Opportunity: Tapping the Transformative Power of Accreditation,” NLII Annual Meeting, January 26, 2004, San Diego, CA.

“Learning Spaces”

Joan K. Lippincott and Malcolm Brown, “Learning Spaces: More than Meets the Eye.” (PDF) EDUCAUSE Quarterly 12 (2003): 14-16.

“Transformative Assessment Program: Next Steps” Session at CNI Fall ’03

Joan K. Lippincott and Vicki Suter, “The Transformative Assessment Program: Next Steps,” CNI Fall 2003 Membership Meeting, December 9, 2003, Portland, OR.

“Learning Spaces throughout Campus” Presentation at EDUCAUSE ’03

Joan K. Lippincott, Malcolm Brown, and Susan Perry, “Learning Spaces throughout Campus,” EDUCAUSE 2003, November 6, 2003, Anaheim, CA.

“Creating Cyberinfrastructures”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Creating Cyberinfrastructures,” Planning Technology-Rich Spaces for Learning, a NITLE workshop, October 24-26, 2003, DePauw University. [PDF]

“Developing Collaborative Relationships”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Developing Collaborative Relationships: Librarians, Students, and Faculty Creating Learning Communities,” College and Research Libraries News 63:3 (March 2002). [PDF]

“Working Collaboratively to Construct New Library Spaces”

Joan K. Lippincott, Betsy Wilson, and Barbara Dewey, “Working Collaboratively to Construct New Library Spaces: The CNI Collaborative Facilities Project,” Future Library Architecture: Conception, Design and Use of Library Space, an ARL and OCLS Institute, February 15-17, 2002, Las Vegas, NV.

“Cyberinfrastructure: Opportunities for Connections and Collaboration”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Cyberinfrastructure: Opportunities for Connections and Collaboration,” Evolving Information Futures: Conference Proceedings for the 11th Biennial Conference of the Victorian Association for Library Automation, February 6-8, 2002, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 437-450.

Abstract
This paper explores the concepts of envisioning and building a cyberinfrastructure, a framework for developing interrelationships between high performance computing, networking, digital libraries, and people.  The focus is on the new types of user services that libraries might create and offer and on the broad range of content that can be part of digital libraries.  The important role of establishing partnerships and collaborations to build the components of the cyberinfrastructure is emphasized.

“Assessing the Academic Networked Environment”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Assessing the Academic Networked Environment,” co-published simultaneously in Journal of Library Administration, 35:4 (2001), pp. 63-69; and: Evaluating the Twenty-First Century Library: The Association of Research Libaries New Measures Initiative, 1997-2001, ed. Donald L. DeWitt (Howarth Information Press, 2001): 63-69. Originally published in ARL: A Bimonthly Newsletter of Research Library Issues and Actions from ARL, CNI, and SPARC 197 (April 1998): 14-16. (PDF)

“Working Together”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Working Together: Collaboration Among Archivists, Electronic Records Managers, and Information Technologists,” Annotation: Newsletter of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission 28 (June 2000), pp. 18-19.

‘Perspective of Providing Adult Ed”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Commenting from the Perspective of an Individual Experienced in Providing Adult Education and Building Collaborative Efforts,” National Forum on Archival Continuing Education (NFACE) April 27-29, 2000, Decatur, GA. (HTML)

“Librarians and Cross-Sector Teamwork”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Librarians and Cross-Sector Teamwork,” ARL: A Bimonthly Report on Research Library Issues and Actions for ARL, CNI, and SPARC 208/209 (February/April 2000), pp. 22-23. (PDF)

“The ‘Blur’ of Federal Information and Services”

Joan K. Lippincott and Joan Cheverie, “The ‘Blur’ of Federal Information and Services: Implications for University Libraries,” Journal of Government Information 26:1 (1999), pp. 25-31.

“New Collaborations among Information Professionals”

Gerry Bernbom, Joan K. Lippincott, and Fynnette Eaton, “Working Together: New Collaborations among Information Professionals,” CAUSE/EFFECT 22:2 (1999), pp. 6-9. (View Online)

“Collaboration Among Archivists, Records Managers, and Info Technologists”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Working Together: A Collaboration Among Archivists, Records Managers, and Information Technologists,” ARL Newsletter 202 (February 1999), p. 7.  (PDF)

“Reengineering Library Services”

Joan K. Lippincott, Avra Michelson, and Kathleen Flynn, “Team-Building, Collaboration, and the Reengineering of Library Services,” Cheryl LaGuardia and Barbara A. Mitchell, eds., Finding Common Ground: Creating the Library of the Future without Diminishing the Library of the Past (New York: Neal-Schuman, 1998), pp. 434-446.

“New Learning Communities”

Philip Tompkins, Susan Perry, and Joan K. Lippincott, “New Learning Communities: Collaboration, Networking, and Information Literacy,” Information Technology and Libraries 17:2 (June 1998), pp. 100-106.

“Working Together: Building Collaboration between Librarians and Information Technologists”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Working Together: Building Collaboration between Librarians and Information Technologists,” Information Technologies & Libraries 17:2 (June 1998), pp. 83-86. (PDF, preprint)

“Article on CNI in Information Technology & Libraries

Joan K. Lippincott, “Introduction: Special Section: Coalition for Networked Information,” Information Technology and Libraries 17:2 (June 1998), p. 82.

“Challenges of the Digital Library”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Challenges of the Digital Library,” Educom Review 32:3 (May/June 1997), p. 56. (View Online)

“Change and the Referent Organization”

Joan K. Lippincott, “Change and the Referent Organization: The Coalition for Networked Information,” Journal of Library Administration 19:3/4 (1993), pp. 247-256.

“CNI Discusses Transformational Potential”

Joan K. Lippincott, “CNI Discusses Transformational Potential of Networked Information at Fall 1992 Meeting,” Library Hi Tech News 101 (April 1993), pp. 1-4.

“Teaching Users to Search External Databases”

Joan K. Lippincott, Linda Stewart, and Bill Coons, “Teaching Users to Search External Databases: Program Administration,” Howard Curtis, ed., Public Access Microcomputers in Academic Libraries: The Mann Library Model at Cornell University (Chicago: American Library Association, 1987), pp. 137-156.

“Overview of Instructional Programs”

Howard Curtis and Joan K. Lippincott, “Overview of Instructional Programs,” Howard Curtis, ed., Public Access Microcomputers in Academic Libraries: The Mann Library Model at Cornell University (Chicago: American Library Association, 1987), pp. 107-122.

“End-User Instruction”

Joan K. Lippincott, “End-User Instruction: Emphasis on Concepts,” Mary Reichel and Mary Ann Ramely, eds., Conceptual Frameworks for Bibliographic Education: Theory into Practice (Littleton, CO: Libraries Unlimited, Inc., 1987), pp. 183-191.