In 2018, I worked with Public Affairs Librarian, Olivia Ivey, to conduct a one-question assessment exploring how library services and spaces support our business and public affairs communities. We wrote up our findings for SLA‘s Information Outlook. You can read “Building an impact narrative” here!
Recently, I published “International graduate students in the United States: Research processes and challenges” in Library and Information Science Research. If you don’t have access to this journal, let me know and I’ll be happy to share the manuscript with you. The abstract is below: International students enrolled in graduate programs in the United States struggle […]
I wrote a series of academic library profiles on library services and support for international students, published by Primary Research Group. The report profiles the efforts of 6 colleges and universities in the United States to develop library programs that specifically cater to international students, fostering information literacy and student experience and retention objectives. The […]
In 2017, Reference Services Review will publish a special issue on “Transfer Students and Students in Transition.” Meggan Houlihan, Claire Walker Wiley and I have contributed an article focused on the information literacy research in our systematic review of the LIS literature on international students. The issue will be published in February of 2017, and our […]
Claire Wiley (Belmont University), Meggan Houlihan (New York University – Abu Dhabi), and I conducted a systematic review of the LIS literature about international students and academic libraries. Our findings will be published in College & Research Libraries in May of 2017, but the preprint is available here: http://crl.acrl.org/content/early/2016/03/22/crl16-877.abstract Abstract This study is a systematic review of the […]
The results of my academic integrity study have been published in Libri. Click, A. “Taking something that is not your right”: Egyptian students’ perceptions of academic integrity. Libri: International Journal of Libraries and Information Services, 64(2), 109-123. Abstract: This study explores the perceptions of Egyptian undergraduate students at The American University in Cairo, an American-style private university […]
Meggan Houlihan, Coordinator of Instruction at The American University in Cairo, and I published “Teaching Literacy: Methods for Studying and Improving Library Instruction” in Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. The article is available online. Full citation: Houlihan, M., & Click, A. (2012). Teaching Literacy: Methods for Studying and Improving Library Instruction. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice,7(4), […]
I had the opportunity to collaborate with six authors from AMICAL institutions to conduct a study on the ways that students use the library and other learning spaces on campus. Our findings were published in the International Journal of Library Science. The article is published online. Full citation: Click, Amanda, et al. “Studying Students across Borders: An […]