Journal Articles (Refereed)
Scott, Shannon D., Lauren Albrecht, Lisa M. Given, Lisa Hartling, David W. Johnson, Mona Jabbour, and Terry P. Klassen. [In press]. Pediatric information seeking behaviour, information needs, and information preferences of health care professionals in general emergency departments: Results from the Translating Emergency Knowledge for Kids (TREKK) needs assessment. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. Online version posted January 2017; available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/cem.2016.406.
Given, Lisa M., Denise C. Winkler, Rebekah Willson, Christina Davidson, Susan Danby, and Karen Thorpe. [In press]. “Watching young children ‘play’ with information technology: Everyday life information seeking in the home.” Library and Information Science Research. (PDF)
Scott, Shannon D., Lauren Albrecht, Lisa M. Given, Danielle Arseneau, and Terry P. Klassen. 2016. Feasibility of an electronic survey on iPads with in-person data collectors for data collection with health care professionals and health care consumers in general emergency departments. Journal of Medical Internet Research, Research Protocols 5(2):e139. http://www.researchprotocols.org/2016/2/e139/
Davidson, Christina, Susan Danby, Lisa M. Given, and Karen Thorpe. 2016. “Facilitating Young Children’s Use of the Web in Preschool.” Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 30(4):569-584.
Given, Lisa M., Denise C. Winkler, Rebekah Willson, Christina Davidson, Susan Danby, and Karen Thorpe. 2016. “Parents as co-researchers at home: Using an observational method to document young children’s technology use.” International Journal of Qualitative Methods 15(1): 1-9. (PDF)
Wallis, Jake, and Lisa M. Given. 2016. “How to make friends and influence people: Hyperlink capital, new media and the opportunity structures of public sphere 2.0.” First Monday 21(2). http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/5879
Rathi, Dinesh, Lisa M. Given, and Eric Forcier. 2016. “Knowledge needs in the non-profit sector: An evidence-based model of organizational practices.” Journal of Knowledge Management. 20(1):23-48.
Burford, Sally, Lisa M. Given, and Philip Hider. 2015. “Fragmented practice: Creating and maintaining information-rich websites in SMEs.” LIBRES: Library and Information Science Research e-Journal 25(1): 1-15. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M., and Heather Archibald. 2015. Visual traffic sweeps (VTS): A research method for mapping user activities in the library space. Library and Information Science Research. 37(2):100-108.
Thorpe, Karen, Julie Hansen, Susan Danby, Filzah Mohamed Zaki, Sandra Grant, Sandy Houen, Christina Davidson, and Lisa M. Given. 2015. “Digital access to knowledge in the preschool classroom: Reports from Australia.” Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 32:174-182. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0885200615000393
Rathi, Dinesh, Lisa M. Given, and Eric Forcier. 2014. “Interorganisational partnerships and knowledge sharing: The perspective of non-profit organisations (NPOs).” Journal of Knowledge Management. 18(5):867-885. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/JKM-06-2014-0256
Hider, Philip, Lisa M. Given, and Paul Scifleet. 2014. “Community information portals: Content and design issues for information access.” Library Hi-Tech. 32(3):435-449. http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/abs/10.1108/LHT-02-2014-0013
Davidson, Christina, Susan K. Danby, Lisa M. Given, and Karen Thorpe. 2014. “Talk about a YouTube video in preschool: The mutual production of shared understanding for learning with digital technology. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood. 39(3):76-83. http://www.earlychildhoodaustralia.org.au/our-publications/australasian-journal-early-childhood/index-abstracts/ajec-vol-39-3-september-2014/talk-youtube-video-preschool-mutual-production-shared-understanding-learning-digital-technology/
Willson, Rebekah (Becky) and Lisa M. Given. 2014. “Student search behaviours in an online public access catalog: An examination of searching mental models and searcher self-concept.” Information Research 19(3). http://informationr.net/ir/19-3/paper640.html
Burford, Sally and Lisa M. Given. 2013. “The practitioners of web information architecture in small and medium enterprises.” Journal of Information Architecture 5(1-2): 31-50. http://journalofia.org/volume5/issue2/04-burford/
Forcier, Eric, Dinesh Rathi, and Lisa M. Given. 2013. “Knowledge management and social media: A case study of two public libraries in Canada.” Journal of Information and Knowledge Management 12(4). http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S0219649213500391. (PDF)
Julien, Heidi, Lisa M. Given, and Anna Opryshko. 2013. “Photovoice: A promising method for studies of individuals’ information practices.” Library and Information Science Research 35(4):257-263.
Danby, Susan, Christina Davidson, Maryanne Theobald, Brooke Scriven, Charlotte Cobb-Moore, Sandy Houen, Sandra Grant, Lisa M. Given, and Karen Thorpe. 2013. “Talk in activity during young children’s use of digital technologies at home.” Australian Journal of Communication 40(2):83-100. (PDF)
Schindel, Theresa J., and Lisa M. Given. 2013. “The pharmacist as prescriber: A discourse analysis of Canadian newspaper media.” Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 9(4):384-395. (PDF)
Hamm, Michele P., Annabritt Chisholm, Jocelyn Shulhan, Andrea Milne, Shannon D. Scott, Lisa M. Given, and Lisa Hartling. 2013. “Social media use among patients and caregivers: a scoping review.” BMJ Open 3:e002819. http://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/3/5/e002819.full
Hicks, Deborah, and Lisa M. Given. 2013. “‘Principled, transformational leadership:’ Analysing the discourse of leadership in the development of core competences of librarianship.” Library Quarterly 83 (1): 7-25.
Smith, Jorden K., Lisa M. Given, Heidi Julien, Dana Ouellette, and Kathleen DeLong. 2013. “Information literacy proficiency: Assessing the gap in high school students’ readiness for undergraduate academic work.” Library and Information Science Research 35 (2): 88-96. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0740818813000078
Willson, Rebekah, and Lisa M. Given. 2010. “The effect of spelling and information retrieval system familiarity on search behavior in Online Public Access Catalogs: A mixed methodology study.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61(12):2461-2476. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M., and Lianne McTavish. 2010. “What’s old is new again: The reconvergence of libraries, museums and archives in the digital age.” Library Quarterly [special issue on digital convergence] 80, no. 1:7-32. (PDF)
Meert, Deborah, and Lisa M. Given. 2009. “Measuring quality in chat reference consortia: A comparative analysis of responses to users’ queries.” College & Research Libraries 70, no.1: 71-84. [Selected for inclusion in the 2009 Reference Research Review, published by the American Library Association’s Reference and User Services Association. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M., Stan Ruecker, Heather Simpson, Elizabeth (Bess) Sadler, and Andrea Ruskin. 2007. “Inclusive interface design for seniors: Image-browsing for a health information context.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 58, no. 11:1610-1617. (PDF)
Ruecker, Stan, Lisa M. Given, Heather Simpson, Elizabeth (Bess) Sadler, and Andrea Ruskin. 2007. “Design of a rich-prospect browsing interface for seniors: A qualitative study of image similarity clustering.” Visible Language 41, no. 1:4-22. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M. 2007. “Evidence-based practice and qualitative research: A primer for library and information professionals.” Evidence Based Library and Information Practice 2, no.1:15-22. (PDF)
Sadler, Elizabeth (Bess), and Lisa M. Given. 2007. “Affordance theory: A framework for graduate students’ information behaviors.” Journal of Documentation 63, no.1:115-141. (PDF)
Morrissey, Reneé, and Lisa M. Given. 2006. “International students and the academic library: A case study.” Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 30, no.3/4:221-239. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M. 2006. “Qualitative research in evidence-based practice: A valuable partnership.” Library Hi-Tech: Evidence-based Librarianship 24, no. 3: 376-386. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M., and Heidi Julien. 2005. “Finding common ground: An analysis of librarians’ expressed attitudes towards faculty.” The Reference Librarian 43, no. 89/90:25-38. [Published simultaneously as a book chapter]. (PDF)
Saumure, Kristie, and Lisa M. Given. 2004. “Digitally enhanced? An examination of the information behaviours of visually impaired postsecondary students.” Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 28, no. 2:25-42. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M., and Gloria J. Leckie. 2003. “‘Sweeping’ the library: Mapping the social activity space of the public library.” Library & Information Science Research 25, no. 4:365-385. (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.” Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 27, no. 3: 65-87. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M., and Hope A. Olson. 2003. “Knowledge organization in research: A conceptual model for organizing data.” Library & Information Science Research 25, no. 2:157-176. (PDF)
Olson, Hope A., and Lisa M. Given. 2003. “Indexing and the ‘organized’ researcher.” The Indexer 23, no.3:129-133. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M. 2002. “Discursive constructions in the university context: Social positioning theory & mature undergraduates’ information behaviours.” The New Review of Information Behaviour Research: Studies of Information Seeking in Context 3:127-141. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M. 2002. “The academic and the everyday: Investigating the overlap in mature undergraduates’ information-seeking behaviors.” Library & Information Science Research 24, no. 1:17-29. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M. 2000. “Envisioning the mature, re-entry student: Constructing new identities in the traditional university setting.” The Reference Librarian 33, no. 69/70:79-93. [Published simultaneously as a book chapter]. (PDF)
Journal Articles (Non-refereed)
Willson, Rebekah, Devon Greyson, Gary Burnett, and Lisa M. Given. 2016. “Sig-USE research symposium – Making research matter: Connecting theory and practice.” Bulletin of the Association for Information Science and Technology 42(3):30-32. (PDF)
Xiao, Lu, Kyung-Sun Kim, Rong Tang, Lisa M. Given, Denise E. Agosto, Gary Burnett, and Amanda Waugh. 2015. “ASIS&T annual meeting pre-conference activities: SIG/USE research symposium – Context in information behaviour research.” Bulletin of the Association for Information Science and Technology 41(3):22-26. (PDF)
Danby, Susan, Christina Davidson, Maryanne Theobald, Brooke Scriven, Charlotte Cobb-Moore, Sandra Houen, Sandra Grant, Lisa M. Given, and Karen Thorpe. 2013. “Using digital technologies at home.” Cascades Newsletter 3:5.
Scott, Shannon D., Lauren Albrecht, Liza Bialy, Stephen Freedman, Lisa M. Given, Lisa Hartling, David Johnson, Mona Jabbour, Terry Klassen. 2012. “Letter to the Editor.” Paediatrics and Child Health (Canada) 17(9): 508.
Given, Lisa M. 2010. “News from Canadian library/information studies schools – University of Alberta.” ELAN: Ex Libris Association Newsletter 48/Fall:16.
Given, Lisa M. 2004. “Mini-disc recorders: A new approach for qualitative interviewing.” International Journal of Qualitative Methods 3, no.2. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M. 2003. “Now I see what you mean! [Meeting the needs of undergraduates with visual impairments.] Includes translation: Enfin je vois ce que vous voulez dire!” University Affairs January:10-15.
Given, Lisa M. 2002. “Making a website work for users.” Dispatch: Journal of Computing and Network Services, University of Alberta 15, no.2:6-9.
Saumure, Kristie, and Lisa M. Given. 2002. “Facilitating information access for visually impaired postsecondary students.” Feliciter 48, no.5:222-224. (PDF)
Given, Lisa M. 2002. “Great ideas: Recruit new library & information professionals – help build our future.” Pacific Northwest Library Association (PNLA) Quarterly 66, no. 2:20.
Schrader, Alvin M., and Lisa M. Given. 2000. “School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta (in) Library school educators, students and graduates discuss the future of library education and the profession.” Forum (of the Saskatchewan Library Association) 23, no. 4:19.
Given, Lisa M., and Steven Joyce. 1999. “Connections: The Great Lakes information science conference.” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 40, no. 2:122-124. (PDF)