“Libraries are Obsolete.” Lankes, R. David (Summer, 2012).18(2). OLA Quarterly. http://www.olaweb.org/assets/documents/olaq_18no2.pdf
Lankes, R. David (2012). Demanding Better Libraries For Today’s Complex World. 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
Lankes, R. David (2011). The Atlas of New Librarianship. 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.
“Collecting Conversations in a Massive Scale World” Lankes, R. David (2008). Library Resources & Technical Services 52(2), 12-18. http://quartz.syr.edu/rdlankes/Publications/Journals/LRTS-RDL.pdf
“Credibility on the Internet: Shifting From Authority to Reliability” Lankes, R. David (2008). Journal of Documentation 64(5). http://quartz.syr.edu/rdlankes/Publications/Journals/credibilityontheinternet.pdf
Trusting the Internet: New Approaches to Credibility Tools. Lankes, R. David (Forthcoming). In MacArthur Digital Media Series, Volume on Credibility. MIT Press. http://quartz.syr.edu/rdlankes/Publications/Chapters/Credibility.pdf
The Lankes article on participatory librarianship and virtual reference was just published in the ASIS and T Bulletin at: Http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Dec-07/lankes.html There are also some other great virtual reference articles.
Virtual Reference Service: From Competencies to Assessment. Lankes, R. David, Westbrook, L., Nicholson, S., Radford, M., Silverstein, J. (Eds.). (2007). New York: Neal-Schuman Pblishers.