- Frequently Questioned Answers (formerly Frequently Answered Questions), Weblog for Distance Education at Buley Library, http://frequanq.blogspot.com/
- Distance Education Library Services, http://libguides.southernct.edu/distance
- Online Research Toolkit site, a collection of reviews of Web 2.0 tools for academic research, loosely clustered into 5 categories: Searching, Note Taking, Citation, Collaboration, and Presentation
Presentations and Publications
- A 21st Century Printing Press: Blogs as a Publishing Mechanism for 5 Weeks to a Social Library online course/workshop
- Book Review: Libraries Without Walls 6: Evaluating the Distributed Delivery of Library Services in Journal of Academic Librarianship, Volume 33, Issue 4, July 2007, Page 520. DOI link, SCSU link
- Book Review: Teach Beyond Your Reach: An Instructor's Guide to Developing and Running Successful Distance Learning Classes, Workshops, Training Sessions and More (book review) in Journal of Academic Librarianship, Volume 33, Issue 2, March 2007, Page 306. DOI link, SCSU link
- Book Review: Biotech: the Counterculture Origins of an Industry (book review) in Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, Winter 2007 issue
- Orientation Presentation for School Library Media program, Sept. 9, 2006 (Flash video, plugin required)
- Creating your Library PIN tutorial (Flash video, plugin required)
- Blogs and RSS: Teaching and Collaboration in Academia (website / handout): Blogs (weblogs) and RSS (Really Simple Syndication) are not new, but the implications for higher education are just beginning to be explored. Current awareness, research collaboration, reflection as an educational and professional development tool, automatic website updating, and a tour of academic blogs will be covered.
- Paul R Pival, Michelle Drumm, Barret C. Havens, Rebecca C. Hedreen, Heather L. Brown, Sherri Vokey. (2005). eSERVICES IN LIBRARIES. Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning, 2(3), 81 - 99.
- An Online Research Toolkit: Exploring Web 2.0 for Library Research (HigherEdBlogCon presentation): A tour of some of Web 2.0 tools that make doing research, online and mobile, a little easier. The presentation is created using these tools, too. This presentation is also the introduction to the Online Research Toolkit site, a collection of reviews of Web 2.0 tools for academic research.