Reference Services Review Special Issue


Publications

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 […]

27 September 2016

Systematic Review: International Students and Academic Libraries


Publications

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 […]

2 June 2016

European Conference on Information Literacy


Presentations and Talks

In October 2015, I traveled to Tallinn, Estonia to attend in the European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL). I participated in the doctoral forum, presenting the preliminary results of my dissertation work (International students and academic integrity: Global perspectives on a complex issue). Meggan Houlihan, First-Year Experience and Instruction Librarian at NYU Abu Dhabi, and I gave a talk […]

15 November 2015

Empirical Librarians Conference


Presentations and Talks

In February 2015, North Carolina A&T hosted the inaugural Empirical Librarians Symposium. Emily Vardell, Leslie Thomson, John D. Martin III, and I led a panel on research methods for library and information science, covering focus groups, surveys, participant observation, and interviews. Resources from our panel, Conducting LIS Research: The Method in our Madness, are available on […]

7 June 2015

Libri Article


Publications

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 […]

29 May 2014

International Center for Academic Integrity Annual Conference Presentation


Presentations and Talks

I have been collaborating with Claire Walker, Research & Instruction Librarian at Belmont University, to conduct a study on student perceptions of academic integrity. Specifically, we were  interested in examining how and why students from different cultures differ in their perspectives on these issues. We collected data via online questionnaire from students at a private Christian university […]

31 March 2014

Leadership Development Scholars


Awards and Recognition

I was selected as  a member of the first cohort of Leadership Development Scholars by the UNC Graduate School. The program involves the implementation of a proposed professional development project, participation in a leadership workshop, and the creation of a personalized leadership development plan. I will be organizing and moderating a panel discussion with prominent leaders in […]

3 January 2014