Rowman_&_Littlefield--logo“Change the World Using Social Media”
(Rowman & Littlefield; projected publication date Winter/Spring 2019; excerpts from the work in progress available through this link




Workplace Learning and Leadership: A Handbook for Library and Nonprofit Trainers
(Co-written with Lori Reed; published by ALA Editions, April 2011)




Information_Services_Today--2nd_Edition--CoverInformation Services Today: An Introduction (2nd Edition)
(Served as one of four Editorial Advisory Board members to this revised collection edited by Sandra Hirsh; published by Rowman & Littlefield, March 2018)




Information Services Today: An Introduction
(Contributed chapter on “Infinite [Lifelong] Learning” to this collection edited by Sandra Hirsh; published by Rowman & Littlefield, March 2015)





101 More Ways to Make Training Active

(Contributed a training activity to this collection edited by Elaine Biech; published by Wiley, May 2015)




The Book of Road-Tested Activities
(Contributed two training activities to this collection edited by Elaine Biech; published by Pfeiffer, May 2011)




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“A Diverse Way of Approaching Diversity Training”
Learning Circuits, November 21, 2012

“Adult Learning: When Miracles Happen”
ALA-APA Library Worklife Newsletter, May 2010

“Are You Following Me?” (Trainers as Leaders)
(With Lori Reed)
American Libraries, November 2008

ATD_Logo“Be Ready for the Learning Space of the Future”
ATD Learning Technologies Blog (8/14/2014)

“Breaching the Language Barrier: Literature in Translation”
SF Bay Guardian, May 1997

“Books, Technology, and Learning: Looking at the Past to See Our Future (MOOCs as Textbooks)”
New Media Consortium Blog, June 11, 2014

“Collaboration Leads Way in ALA Editions’ Social Media Basics Course,” ASTD’s Learning Circuits (online) (10/15/2012)

“E-Learning: The Product of a Risk Is a Lesson”
American Libraries (online), February 15, 2011

“EdTech Continuous Change and Innovation: Nesting With Black Swans,”
New Media Consortium Blog, July 22, 2015

“Fighting for Arts Education”
Teaching Theatre, Summer 1991

“Get Lucky”
Learning Circuits, August 7, 2012

“Hanging Out With the Tech Crowd”
American Libraries Blog, January 25, 2014

“Imagine, Creativity, and Communities of Practice”
Learning Circuits, July 16, 2012

nmc.logo.cmyk“Learning With the Horizon Report and the NMC”
New Media Consortium Blog, February 10, 2014

“MOOCs: Two Takes on How Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) May Affect Librarians and Library Services”
American Libraries, May 2014

“Not Everything You Know Is Wrong (But It’s Very Much Worth Questioning)”
Learning Circuits, August 7, 2012

“OK, Glass (Google Glass in Libraries and Learning)”
American Libraries Blog, January 26, 2014

“Open Innovations: #etmooc, Connected Learning, and ‘MOOChorts’ of Lifelong Learners,”
New Media Consortium Blog, September 30, 2014

“Privacy in the Age of Ubiquitous Technology”
New Media Consortium Blog, November 11, 2013

“Professional Growth Through Learning Communities,” (with Lori Reed), American Libraries, May/June 2011

“Remodeling on a Budget”
American Libraries (online), April 2010

“Revolutionizing e-Learning: Innovation through Social Networking Tools”
Learning Solutions Magazine (online), October 12, 2009

“Skype as Conference Tool”
American Libraries, May 2008

“Skype Me: When Learning Is Just a Call Away”
Learning Solutions Magazine (online), February 28, 2011

“Technology, Road Rage, and Customer Service”a></
(With Maurice Coleman)
WebJunction (online), November 22, 2010

“10 Tips for Incorporating Ed-Tech Into Your Own Development” 
ATD Learning Technologies blog, March 23/2016

“The 2010 Horizon Report: What Learners Look to Us to Learn”
Learning Solutions Magazine (online), March 5, 2010

“The 2011 Horizon Report: Keeping Up with Learners and Technology”
Learning Solutions Magazine (online), (3/16/2011)

“Unlearning What We Think We Know to Inspire Successful Learning,” ATD’s Science of Learning blog (online) (12/30/2015)

“What Makes a cMOOC Community Endure? Multiple Participant Perspectives from Diverse cMOOCs”
Educational Media International (peer-reviewed journal), June 19, 2015 (co-authored with several colleagues)


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