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Children's Stories Through the Air: Librarian-Broadcasters, 1922-1941. Library Quarterly.(In Press).
What and How We Teach Now: A Survey of Youth Services Faculty. Journal of Library & Information Science Education (JELIS). 54(3), 220-234.(2012).
Teen Volunteers to the Rescue!. (Smallwood, C., & Clapp M., Ed.).How to Thrive as a Solo Librarian. 69-79.(2011).
Dare to Disturb the Universe: Pushing YA Books and Library Services - with a Mimeograph Machine. ALAN Review. 37(2), 59-64.(2010).
Keep Your Friends Close and Your Staff Members Closer: Internal Advocacy for Youth Services. Tennessee Library Association . 60,(2010).
Are You a Ya Librarian? Do You Want to be On This Mailing List? If So, Please Drop Me a Line - Okay?. American Library Association 2009 Annual Conference.(2009).
WYSIWYG, Youth Services Style. Association for Library and Information Science Education Annual Conference.(2009).
Ten Tips for Starting and Sustaining a Book discussion Group. Tennessee Association of School Librarians (TASL) Annual Conference.(2008).
Does Technology Change Librarianship? . Research Showcase, Graduate School of Library and Information Science.(2007).
Radio Days at the Public Library. Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association annual meeting.(2007).
Public Libraries: Your New Best Friends. National Afterschool Association Annual Conference.(2006).
The Radio Program that Never Was. Allerton Institute: Family, Youth and Literature.(2006).
Libraries and Schools, Teens and Books; Oh, My!. YAttitudes. 4(2),(2005).