Book Chapters and Conference Proceedings


Chapters in Books (Refereed)

Danby, Susan, Christina Davidson, Lisa M. Given, and Karen Thorpe. 2016. “Composing an email: Social interaction in a preschool classroom.” In Understanding Digital Technologies and Young Children: An International Perspective, edited by Susanne Garvis and Nacelle Lemon, 5-17. Abingdon, UK: Taylor & Francis. (Publication details)

Kelly, Wade, and Lisa M. Given. 2016. “Sexual and gender minority information behaviour and deficits: A case for increased access in a rural context [reprint].” In Information and Data Literacy: The Role of the Library, edited by Joyce Hagen-Macintosh, 227-234. Oakville, Canada: Apple Academic Press. (Publication details)

Given, Lisa M., and Rebekah Willson. 2015. “Collaboration, information seeking and technology use: A critical examination of humanities scholars’ research practices.” In Collaborative Information Seeking: Best Practices, New Domains and New Thoughts, edited by Preban Hansen, Chirag Shah and Claus-Peter Klas, 139-164. New York: Springer-Verlag. (Publication details)

Williamson, Kirsty, Lisa M. Given and Paul Scifleet. 2013. “Qualitative data analysis.” In Research Methods: Information, Systems, and Contexts, edited by Kirsty Williamson and Graeme Johanson, 417-439. Prahran, VIC: Tilde University Press. (Publication details)

Given, Lisa M., and Dinesh Rathi. 2011. Market research 2.0: An inclusive approach to understanding customers’ needs. In Innovations in SMEs and conducting e-business: Technologies, trends and solutions, edited by Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha and João Varajão, 169-186. Hershey, PA: Business Science Reference, IGI Global Publishing. (PDF)

Rathi, Dinesh, and Lisa M. Given. 2011. Designing digital marketplaces for competitive advantage. In E-business issues, challenges and opportunities for SMEs: Driving competitiveness, Volume 1, edited by Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha and João Varajão, 1-19. Hershey, PA: Business Science Reference, IGI Global Publishing. (PDF)

Rathi, Dinesh and Lisa M. Given. 2011. Designing Digital Marketplaces for Competitive Advantage. In Global Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications. 4 vols, edited by Information Resources Management Association, USA, 468-486 (2011). doi:10.4018/978-1-60960-587-2.

Given, Lisa M. 2008. Web usability for knowledge management portal design: A case study in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In Perspectives on Knowledge Management, edited by I.V. Malhan and Shivarama Rao, 155-173. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

Given, Lisa M. 2007. Emotional entanglements on the university campus: The role of affect in undergraduates’ information behaviors. In Information and Emotion: The Emergent Affective Paradigm in Information Behavior Research and Theory, edited by Diane Nahl and Dania Bilal, 161-175. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc. (PDF)

Given, Lisa M. 2007. Faculty and librarians’ perspectives on academic space: Setting the stage for undergraduates’ information behaviors. In The Library as Place: History, Community and Culture, edited by John Buschman and Gloria J. Leckie. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.

Given, Lisa M. 2005. Positioning theory: A framework for information behaviour research. In Theories of Information Behavior: A Researcher’s Guide, edited by Karen E. Fisher, Sanda Erdelez, and Lynne (E.F.) McKechnie, 334-338. Medford, NJ: ASIST (Information Today, Inc.).

Given, Lisa M., and Heidi Julien. 2005. Finding common ground: An analysis of librarians’ expressed attitudes towards faculty. In Relationships Between Teaching Faculty and Teaching Librarians: Do You Really Get More Flies with Honey?, edited by Susan B. Kraat, 25-38. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, Inc. [Published simultaneously in The Reference Librarian 43, 89/90:25-38].

Given, Lisa M. 2000. Envisioning the mature, re-entry student: Constructing new identities in the traditional university setting. In Reference Services for the Adult Learner: Challenging Issues for the Traditional and Technological Era, ed. Kwasi Sarkodie-Mensah, 79-93. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, Inc. [Published simultaneously in The Reference Librarian 33, no. 69/70:79-93].

Chapters in Books (Invited)

Given, Lisa M. 2013. Foreword in Research methods: Information, systems and contexts, edited by Kirsty Williamson and Graeme Johanson, xvii-xxii. Prahran, VIC: Tilde University Press. (Publication details)

Given, Lisa M. 2012. Foreword in Duoethnography: Dialogic methods for social, health, and educational research, edited by Joe Norris, Rick Sawyer and Darren Lund, 7-8. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press. (Publication details)

Leckie, Gloria J., and Lisa M. Given. 2010. Henri Lefebvre and spatial dialectics. In Critical theory for library and information science: Exploring the social across the disciplines, edited by Gloria Leckie, Lisa M. Given and John Buschman, 221-236. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.

Leckie, Gloria J., Lisa M. Given, C. Grant Campbell. 2009. Technologies of social regulation: An examination of library OPACs and web portals. In Information Technologies in Librarianship: New Critical Approaches , edited by John Buschman and Gloria Leckie, 221-259. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.

Leckie, Gloria J., and Lisa M. Given. 2005. Understanding information-seeking: The public library context. In Information Seekers and Libraries [working title], Advances in Librarianship 29, edited by Danuta Nitecki and Eileen Abels. New York: Academic Press.

Conference Proceedings (Refereed Papers)

 

Given, Lisa M., and Dinesh Rathi. 2016. “Knowledge sharing by Canadian non-profit organizations (NPOs) with community stakeholders.” Information Science in our Communities: Reflections on our Work and the People, Places and Institutions around Us – the 44th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Calgary AB, Canada, May.

Rathi, Dinesh, and Lisa M. Given. 2016. “Use of technology in non-profit organizations (NPOs) for knowledge management.” Information Science in our Communities: Reflections on our Work and the People, Places and Institutions around Us – the 44th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. Calgary AB, Canada, May.

Given, Lisa M., Wade Kelly and Rebekah Willson. 2015. “Bracing for impact: The role of information science in supporting societal research impact.” Information Science with Impact: Research in and for the Community – the 78th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology. St Louis, MO, USA, November. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/pra2.2015.145052010048/full

Rathi, Dinesh, Lisa M. Given, and Eric Forcier. 2014. “Understanding the types of knowledge representations to meet non-profit organisations’ knowledge needs.” Connecting Collections, Cultures and Communities – the 77th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Seattle WA, USA, November. (PDF)

Given, Lisa M., Denise Cantrell Winkler, Rebekah Willson, Christina Davidson, Susan Danby, and Karen Thorpe. 2014. “Documenting young children’s technology use: Observations in the home.” Connecting Collections, Cultures and Communities – the 77th Annual Meeting of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Seattle WA, USA, November. (PDF)

Scott, Shannon, Lisa M. Given, Lauren Albrecht, Lisa Hartling, David W. Johnson, Mona Jabbour, and Terry P. Klassen. 2014. “Information needs and preferences of health care providers and health care consumers in 32 general emergency departments in Canada: Findings from the Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK) Knowledge Mobilization Initiative (abstract).” Academic Emergency Medicine 21(supplement s1), 196. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting, Dallas TX, USA, May. (PDF)

Schindel, Teresa J., and Lisa M. Given. 2014. “‘Collaboration’ is the new black: Independent pharmacist prescribing in a collaborative environment.” Connecting Across Borders: Globalization and Information Science Research – the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. St. Catharines ON, Canada, May. (PDF)

Kelly, Wade and Lisa M. Given. 2014. “Sexual and gender minority information behaviour and deficits: A case for increased access in a rural context.” Connecting Across Borders: Globalization and Information Science Research – the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. St. Catharines ON, Canada, May. (PDF)

Rathi, Dinesh, Lisa M. Given, Eric Forcier and Sarah Vela. 2014. “Every task its tool, every tool its task: Social media use in Canadian non-profit organizations.” Connecting Across Borders: Globalization and Information Science Research – the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. St. Catharines ON, Canada, May. (PDF)

Vela, Sarah, Eric Forcier, Dinesh Rathi, and Lisa M. Given. 2014. “Disseminating, assimilating and creating: A social knowledge cycle model for non-profit organizations.” Connecting Across Borders: Globalization and Information Science Research – the 42nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science. St. Catharines ON, Canada, May. (PDF)

Liu, Ying-Hsang, Paul Scifleet and Lisa M. Given. 2014. “Contexts of information seeking in self-tracking and the design of lifelogging systems.” Proceedings of the iConference Workshop – Beyond Single-Shot Text Queries: Bridging the Gap(s) Between Research Communities. Berlin, Germany, March. (PDF)

Given, Lisa M., Eric Forcier, and Dinesh Rathi. 2013. “Social media and community knowledge: An ideal partnership for non-profit organizations.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science & Technology Annual Conference. Montreal, Canada, November. (PDF)

Rathi, Dinesh, and Lisa M. Given. 2010. Research 2.0: A framework for qualitative and quantitative research in Web 2.0 environments. IEEE Archive – The 43rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Hawaii, January. (PDF)

Willson, Rebekah, and Lisa M. Given. 2008. The effect of misspellings on information retrieval in Online Public Access Catalogues (OPACs). In Information Beyond Borders: LIS Interacting with other Disciplines – the 36th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, June, 2008, Vancouver, Canada, edited by James Turner and Catherine Guastavino. Vancouver, BC: Canadian Association for Information Science. (PDF)

Sadler, Elizabeth (Bess), and Lisa M. Given. 2005. Perceptions of affordance in an academic library: A qualitative study. In Data, Information and Knowledge in a Networked World: Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, June, 2005, London, Canada, edited by Liwen Vaughan and Michael Nelson. London, ON: Canadian Association for Information Science. (PDF)

Julien, Heidi, and Lisa M. Given. 2003. Faculty-librarian relationships in the information literacy context: A content analysis of librarians’ expressed attitudes and opinions. In Bridging the Digital Divide: Equalizing Access to Information and Communication Technologies: Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, May, 2003, Halifax, Canada, edited by Wilhelm C. Peekhaus, and Louise F. Spiteri, 169-185.Halifax,NS: Canadian Association for Information Science. (PDF)

Given, Lisa M. 2002. Discursive constructions in the university context: Social positioning theory & mature undergraduates’ information behaviours. In Information Seeking in Context: The 4th International Conference on Information Needs, Seeking and Use in Different Contexts – Working Papers, September 11, edited by Maria Joaquina Barrulas, 127-146. Lisbon, Portugal: Universidade Lusiada de Lisboa.

Saumure, Kristie, and Lisa M. Given. 2002. Information seeking in a digital context: Exploring the horizons for visually impaired postsecondary students. In Advancing Knowledge: Expanding Horizons for Information Science: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, May, 2002, Toronto, Canada, edited by Lynne C. Howarth, Christopher Cronin, and Anna T. Slawek, 151-165.Toronto,ON: Canadian Association for Information Science. (PDF)

Given, Lisa M., and Hope A. Olson. 2001. Organizing knowledge = organizing data: Applying principles of information organization to the research process. In Beyond the web: Technologies, Knowledge and People: Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, May, 2001, Quebec, Canada, edited by D. Grant Campbell, 192-199.London,ON: Canadian Association for Information Science. (PDF)

Given, Lisa M. 2000. The promise of ‘lifelong learning’ & the Canadian Census: The marginalization of mature students’ information behaviours. In Dimensions of a Global Information Science: Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Information Science, May, 2000, Edmonton, Canada, edited by Angela Kublik. Edmonton, AB: Canadian Association for Information Science. (PDF)