Expect More: Why Libraries Cannot Become STEM Educators. Lankes, R. D (2015). Public Libraries and STEM Conference. ABSTRACT: America’s public libraries can play an important role in furthering STEM education. However, this will be true only if STEM learning efforts focus on librarians and librarians acting as facilitators. Any effort to transform librarians into…
“Participatory And Transformative Engagement In Libraries And Museums: Exploring And Expanding The Salzburg Curriculum” R. David Lankes , Michael Stephens, Melissa Arjona (2015). Volume 56, Supplement 1. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. Available: http://www.dpi-journals.com/index.php/JELIS/article/view/1323
“Jelly Babies, Katrina, and Libraries” Lankes, R. David (February 253 2015). Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals. http://www.cilip.org.uk/cilip/blog/jelly-babies-katrina-libraries
The Boring Patient. Lankes, R. David (2014). Jamesville, NY: Riland Publishing.
Expect More: Demanding Better Libraries For Today’s Complex World (Audio Book). Lankes, R. David (2014). Jamesville, NY: Riland Publishing.
“Libraries are Obsolete.” Lankes, R. David (Summer, 2012).18(2). OLA Quarterly. http://www.olaweb.org/assets/documents/olaq_18no2.pdf
Expect More:Demanding Better Libraries For Today’s Complex World. Lankes, R. David (2012). Jamesville, NY: Riland Publishing.
“Joining the Conversation: School Librarians as Facilitators of Learning.” Lankes, R. D. (February, 2012). 39(3). Teacher|Librarian pps. 8-12. http://goo.gl/jNLNy
Lankes, R. David (2011). Forward. In Fontichiaro, K. and Hamilton, B. (Eds.), School libraries ebook project. Available: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SaWhOId9ZqywMuJaKfMIQjgyNl8f-SPEaQYF1TTnTLQ/edit?hl=en_US http://quartz.syr.edu/rdlankes/Publications/Chapters/Forward-ebook.pdf
The Atlas of New Librarianship. Lankes, R. David (2011). Cambridge, Ma: MIT Press.
Lankes, R. David (2010). Innovators wanted: No experience necessary? In Walter and Williams (Eds.), The expert library: Sustaining, staffing, and advancing the academic library in the 21st century. Association of College and Research Libraries.
Conversations and the True Knowledge of Generations. Lankes, R. David (2010). In Boomers and beyond: Reconsidering the role of libraries. Rothstein, P. M., and Schull, D. D. (Eds). Chicago: American Library Association.
“Ereaders, the iPad-Is That All There Is?” Lankes, R. David (March 25, 2010). School Library Journal. http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA6723753.html?desc=topstory
Reference Renaissance: Current and Future Trends. Radford, M., and Lankes, R. David (Eds.). (2010). New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers.
“A Sparrow with a Machine Gun” Lankes, R. David (Spring 2009). netConnect: Data in Context supplement to Library Journal. http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6650838.html
Lankes, R. David (2009). New concepts in digital reference. San Rafael, CA: Morgan-Claypool http://www.morganclaypool.com/doi/abs/10.2200/S00166ED1V01Y200812ICR001
Cyberinfrastructure facilitators: new approaches to information professionals for e-Research. Lankes, R. D, Cogburn, D., Oakleaf, M., Stanton, J. (2008). Oxford e-Research Conference. http://ora.ouls.ox.ac.uk/objects/uuid:392876bd-5d9f-40b0-822f-269332643e6b
“Extending the Conversations at the Department of Justice” Lankes, R. David (1). Conversants http://conversants.syr.edu/2008/05/01/61/
“Virtual Reference to Participatory Librarianship: Expanding the Conversation” Lankes, R. David (forthcoming). ASIS&T Bulletin
“Participatory Networks: The Library as Conversation.” Lankes, R. David, Silverstein, J. L., Nicholson, S. 52(2). Information Technology and Libraries.