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Publications

Publications

ARTICLES

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “eBooks: Access, Technology, & Licensing.” Against the Grain. 23.5 (November 2011). Online at: https://www.scribd.com/document/398831699/ATG-v23-5-eBooks-Access-Technology-Licensing

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “Gone Mobile? (Mobile Libraries Survey 2010). ” Library Journal. 15 Oct. 2010: 30-34.

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “Libraries and the Future of Electronic Content Delivery.”  American Libraries. Jul/Aug 2011.         

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “Libraries, Librarians, and Mobile Services.” ASIS&T Bulletin, October/November 2011. Online at: http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Oct-11/OctNov11_Thomas.html

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci, Amy Roberson, and Kurt W. Wagner. "Library and Information Technology Association (LITA) National Forum 2009" Information Standards Quarterly 21.4 (2009): 29-33.  Online at: http://www.slideshare.net/lisacarlucci/lita-national-forum-2009      

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “LITA Crowd Shares Tech-Spertise on Innovations, Trends, the Cloud (a.k.a. “Cloud Discusses the Cloud at LITA Forum).”  American Libraries. Nov./Dec 2010: 22.

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “New Technologies, New Directions Emerge at ALA 2011.”  American Libraries. Jul/Aug 2011.     

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “The State of Mobile in Libraries 2012 (Mobile Libraries 2012). ” Library Journal. 7 Feb. 2012. Online at: https://www.scribd.com/document/398831267/The-State-of-Mobile-in-Libraries-2012

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “Product Watch: A Look at Four Mobile Offerings.” Library Journal. 19 Mar. 2012.

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “Rare Oceanography Collections at UCSD Now Digitized. ” Library Journal. 27 May 2010.

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “The Next Breakout Stars of SXSW | Librarians Cross Disciplines. ” Library Journal. 16 May 2012. Online at: https://www.scribd.com/document/398831510/The-Next-Breakout-Stars-of-SXSW-Librarians-Cross-Disciplines

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “Yale’s E-Books Go Mobile.” Nota Bene: New from the Yale Library 24.2 (Fall 2009): 4.  Online at: http://www.slideshare.net/lisacarlucci/yales-ebooks-go-mobile-p4

Chapters

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. "Doing More With More: Systems, Services, and Emerging Technologies." An Overview of the Changing Role of the Systems Librarian: Systemic Shifts. Ed. Edward Iglesias. Cambridge: Woodhead Publishing, 2010.

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “Making Sense of Change : E-Books, Access, and the Academic Library.” No Shelf Required 2: Use and Management Of Electronic Books. Ed. Sue Polanka. Chicago: American Library Association, 2012.

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci. “Mobile Present, Mobile Future.” The Handheld Library:  Mobile Technologies and Libraries. Ed. Lori Bell and Thomas A. Peters. Libraries Unlimited, 2013.

Thomas, Lisa Carlucci and Karen Sobel. "Stuck in the Middle With You: Generation X Librarians." The Generation X Librarian. Ed. Erik Estep, Rebecca Tolley-Stokes, and Martin K. Wallace. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2011.

COLUMN

Social Eyes, Journal of Web Librarianship. (2010-2012). Online at: https://www.scribd.com/lists/2751474/Social-Eyes-Journal-of-Web-Librarianship

  • “Think Visual.” Social Eyes. Journal of Web Librarianship  6.4 (2012).

  • “The Case for Place.” Social Eyes. Journal of Web Librarianship  6.3 (2012).

  • “Next Step Mobile: Strategy, Services, & PRM.” Social Eyes. Journal of Web Librarianship  6.2 (2012).

  •  “Subscriptions Are Us: Content, Access, & Collections.” Social Eyes. Journal of Web Librarianship  6.1 (2012).

  • “Google+ and the Commodification of Cool.” Social Eyes. Journal of Web Librarianship  5.4 (2011).

  • “Trendspotting 2011.” Social Eyes. Journal of Web Librarianship  5.3 (2011).

  • “Building Blocks for Personal Brands.” Social Eyes. Journal of Web Librarianship  5.2 (2011).

  • “Design for Double Rainbow.” Social Eyes. Journal of Web Librarianship  5.1 (2011).

  • “Service Standards for the Mobile/Social Library.” Social Eyes. Journal of Web Librarianship  4.4 (2010).

  • “Library Intranets: Trends & Enhancements.” Social Eyes. Journal of Web Librarianship  4.2/3 (2010).

  • “Twitter at the Office.” Social Eyes. Journal of Web Librarianship  4.1 (2010): 79-82.

Editorial