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Bilal, D. (1999).  How do children and adults search the Web?. Tennessee Library Association Conference.
Bilal, D. (2014).  Library automation: Core concepts and practical systems analysis.. 310.
Bilal, D. (1996).  Teaching reference via the Internet. 5, 10-16.
Bilal, D. (2005).  Are children, adolescents, and adults homogeneous information seekers and design partners?. 68th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology.
Bilal, D., & Gwizdka J. (2016).  Children’s eye fixations on Google search results. Proceedings of the 79th 2016 Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology.
Bilal, D. (1989).  International students' acquisitions of library research skills: Relationship with their English language proficiency. (Pastine, M., & Katz B., Ed.).Integrating Library Use Skills into the General Education Curriculum. pp. 129-143.
Bilal, D. (2004).  Affective information seeking and system interface design from children’s perspectives. 67th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology.
Bilal, D., & Kirby J. (2002).  Differences and similarities in information seeking: Children and adults as Web users. Information Processing & Management. 38, 649-670.
Bilal, D. (2011).  Qualitative and quantitative research methods in studies of children’s information behavior. The 3rd Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Libraries International Conference, Athens, Greece, May 24-27. .
Bilal, D. (2000).  User studies and system design: Bridging the gap. 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 520-521.
Bilal, D. (2003).  Draw and tell: Children as designers of Web interfaces. 66th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology.
Binkley, L., Frey R., & Violanti M. T. (2007).  Sex communication between mothers and daughters. National Communication Association.
Bishop, A P., Mehra B., Bazzell I., & Smith C. (2001).  Scenarios in the Design and Evaluation of Networked Information Services: An Example from Community Health. (McClure, C. R., & Bertot J. C., Ed.).Evaluating Networked Information Services: Techniques, Policy, and Issues.
Bishop, B. Wade, & Johnston M.. P. (2013).  Geospatial thinking of information professionals. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 54(1), 15-21.
Bishop, B. Wade (2011).  Location-based questions and local knowledge. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 62(8), 1594-1603.
Bishop, A P., Mehra B., Bazzell I., & Smith C. (2003).  Participatory Action Research and Digital Libraries: Reframing Evaluation. (Bishop, A P., Van House N., & Buttenfield B., Ed.).Digital Library Use: Social Practice in Design and Evaluation.
Bishop, A P., Bazzell I., Mehra B., & Smith C. (2001).  Afya: Social and Digital Technologies that Reach Across the Digital Divide. First Monday. 6,
Bishop, B. Wade, Moulaison H.. L., & Burwell C.. L. (2015).  Geographic Knowledge Organization: Critical Cataloging and Place-Names in the Geoweb. Knowledge Organization. 42(4), 210.
Bishop, B. Wade (2012).  Can consortial reference partners answer your local users’ library questions?. portal: Libraries and the Academy. 12(4), 355-370.
Bishop, B. Wade, Haggerty K.. C., & Richardson B.E. (2015).  Usability of E-government mapping applications: Lessons learned from the U.S. National Atlas. International Journal of Cartography. 1(2), 272-282.
Bishop, B. Wade, & Hank C. (2016).  Data Curation Profiling of Biocollections. American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting.
Bishop, B. Wade (2012).  The world of tomorrow: Geographic coverages of the Main Street Public Library, A.L.A. Catalogs, and H. W. Wilson Company's Standard catalog for public libraries. Library Trends. 60(4), 729-748.
Bishop, A P., Mehra B., Bazzell I., & Smith C. (2000).  Socially Grounded User Studies in Digital Library Development. First Monday. 5,
Bishop, B. Wade, Cadle A. W., & Grubesic T. H. (2015).  Job Analyses of Emerging Information Professions: A Survey Validation of the American Library Association's Map and Geospatial Information Round Table (MAGIRT) Core Competencies to Inform Geographic Information Librarianship (GIL) Curriculum. Library Quarterly.
Bishop, B. Wade, & Grubesic T. H. (In Press).  Geographic Information: Organization, Access, and Use.
Bishop, B. Wade (2012).  Analysis of location-based questions to inform mobile library applications. Library and Information Science Research. 34(4), 265-270.
Bishop, B. Wade, Grubesic T. H., & Prasertong S. (2013).  Digital Curation and the GeoWeb: An Emerging Role of Geographic Information Librarians (GILs). Journal of Map and Geography Libraries. 9(3), 296-312.
Bishop, B. Wade, Grubesic T.. H., & Parrish T.. (2015).  Collaborative development and assessment of Student Learning Outcomes for LIS electives. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. 56(4), 282.
Bishop, B. Wade, & Veil S. (2013).  Public libraries as post crisis information hubs. Public Library Quarterly. 32(1), 33-45.
Bishop, B. Wade (2013).  Where do we go from here?: Informing academic library staffing through reference transaction analysis. (Bartlett, J., Ed.).College and Research Libraries. 74, 489-500.
Biswas, T., & McMillan S. J. (2009).  Examining the Influence of Culture on the Gratifications Sought and Obtained from the Internet by Immigrants and Sojourns. Broadcast Education Associate Conference.
Black, K., Mehra B., Nolt J., Renfro N., Reynolds D., Simmons S., et al. (2011).  Partnerships and Collaborations in the IMLS-Funded Information Technology Rural Librarian Master’s Scholarship Program (Poster). 2011 Tennessee Library Association Annual Conference.
Black, K., Mehra B., & Singh V. (2011).  Scope of Broadband Education and Deployment in Rural Libraries: Desperately-Seeking Partners in a Grant Proposal. Tennessee Libraries.
Blakeman, R., & Hovland R. (2015).  Design Education in an International Context. 9th International Conference on Design Principles and Practices, Chicago, IL.
Blakeman, R. (2011).  Advertising Campaign Design: Just the Essentials. Journal of Advertising Education. 16, pg.59.
Blakeman, R. (2008).  Joined at the Adversarial Hip: Understanding the Relationship Between Account Service and Creative. AAA Conference.
Blakeman, R. (2004).  The Bare Bones of Advertising Print Design.
Blakeman, R. (2012).  Strategic Uses of Alternative Media: Just the Essentials.
Blakeman, R. (2005).  Distance Learning the Left and Right of Curriculum Development. International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management.
Blakeman, R. (2013).  Nontraditional Media Use in Marketing and Advertising.
Blakeman, R. (2007).  Advertising Educators’ Advice About Guest Speakers: Making the Most of Visits by Ad Professionals to Advertising Classrooms. AEJMC.
Blakeman, R. (2008).  The Bare Bones Introduction to Integrated Marketing Communication.
Blakeman, R. (2005).  Developing Online Curriculum Across Learning Styles. Southeastern InfORMS Conference.
Blakeman, R. (2014).  Integrated Marketing Communication: Creative Strategy from Idea to Implementation.
Blakeman, R., & Hovland R. (In Press).  Adapting the Visual and Verbal Message For Global Audiences, International Conference on Design Principles and Practices. The International Journal of Design Education.
Blakeman, R., & Hoy M G. (2005).  Concept with Character: Preparing New Creatives in Good Times and Bad,. Conference of the American Academy of Advertising.
Blakeman, R. (2007).  Integrated marketing Communication: Creative Strategy from Idea to Implementation..
Blazek, R., & Bilal D. (1988).  Problems with OPAC: A case study of an academic research library. RQ. 28, 169-178..
Bloch, H., & Wirth M. O. (1989).  Concentration and the Price of Local Television Advertising Time. (Weiss, L., Ed.).Concentration and Price. 155-158.
Bloch, H., & Wirth M. O. (1984).  The Demand for Pay Services on Cable Television. Information Economics and Policy. 311- 332.

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