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CLS Peer Writing Circles: Bibliography

Peer Writing Circle service sponsored by the Research for College Librarianship Committee of the College Libraries Section of ACRL

Spotlight on Scholarship

July:

  1. Gray, T. (1999). Publish, Don't Perish: Twelve Steps To Help Scholars Flourish. Journal Of Staff, Program & Organization Development, 16(3), 135­-42. 
  2. Washburn, A. (2008). Writing Circle Feedback: Creating a Vibrant Community of Scholars. Journal Of Faculty Development, 22(1), 32.

August:

  1. Campbell, K., Ellis, M., & Adebonojo, L. (2012). Developing a writing group for librarians: the benefits of successful collaboration. Library Management, 33(1/2), 14-­21. doi:10.1108/01435121211203284
  2. Nairn, K., Cameron, J., Anakin, M., Juntrasook, A., Wass, R., Sligo, J., & Morrison, C. (2015). Negotiating the Challenge of Collaborative Writing: Learning from One Writing Group's Mutiny. Higher Education Research And Development, 34(3), 596-608.

September:

  1. Bluh, P., Giesecke, J., & Di Vecchio, J. (1998). Special Section: Write On! Introduction [and] Preparing Research for Publication [and] Transforming an Oral Presentation for Publication. Library Administration And Management, 12(3), 132-­41.
  2. Sullivan, D., Leong, J., Yee, A., Giddens, D., & Phillips, R. (2013). Getting published: group support for academic librarians. Library Management, 34(8/9), 690-­704. doi:10.1108/LM­03­2013­0026

Research Bibliography

Abbey, S. M. (2001). Activities for writing instruction. Voices From The Middle, 9(1), 48-­55.

Bahr, A. H., & Zemon, M. (2000). Collaborative Authorship in the Journal Literature: Perspectives for Academic Librarians Who Wish To Publish. College & Research Libraries, 61(5), 410-­19.

Bell, S. (2017). Your 12-Month Plan for Research, Presentation, and Publication | From the Bell Tower. Retrieved May 16, 2017, from http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2017/05/opinion/steven-bell/your-12-month-plan-for-research-presentation-and-publication-from-the-bell-tower/

Benjaminson, P., (1992). Publish without Perishing: A Practical Handbook for Academic Authors. Washington, D.C.: NEA Professional Library.

Bluh, P., Giesecke, J., & Di Vecchio, J. (1998). Special Section: Write On! Introduction [and] Preparing Research for Publication [and] Transforming an Oral Presentation for Publication. Library Administration And Management, 12(3), 132-­41.

Boice, R. (1990). Professors as writers: a self-help guide to productive writing. Stillwater, OK: New Forums Press.

Brooke, R., Coyle, D., Walden, A., Healey, C., Larson, K., Laughridge, V., & ... Williams, S. (2005). Finding a Space for Professional Development: Creating Thirdspace through After­School Writing Groups. Language Arts, 82(5), 367-­377.

Campbell, K., Ellis, M., & Adebonojo, L. (2012). Developing a writing group for librarians: the benefits of successful collaboration. Library Management, 33(1/2), 14-­21. doi:10.1108/01435121211203284

Cirasella, J. c., & Smale, M. m. (2011). Peers Don't Let Peers Perish: Encouraging Research and Scholarship Among Junior Library Faculty. Collaborative Librarianship, 3(2), 98­-109.

Fallon, H. (2009). A writing support programme for Irish academic librarians. Library Review, 58(6), 414­-22. doi:10.1108/00242530910969776

Fallon, H. (2010). And So It Is Written: Supporting Librarians on the Path to Publication. Journal Of Library Innovation, 1(1), 35-­41.

Fallon, H. (2012). Using a Blended Group Learning Approach to Increase Librarians’ Motivation and Skills to Publish. New Review Of Academic Librarianship, 18(1), 7­2-5. doi:10.1080/13614533.2012.654673

Fassinger, P. A., & And, O. (1992). Benefits of a Faculty Writing Circle­­Better Teaching. College Teaching, 41(2), 53-­56.

Gordon, R. S. (2004). The librarian's guide to writing for publication. Lanham, Md: Scarecrow Press.

Gray, T. (1999). Publish, Don't Perish: Twelve Steps To Help Scholars Flourish. Journal Of Staff, Program & Organization Development, 16(3), 135-­42.

Grant, M. J., Munro, W., McIsaac, J., & Hill, S. (2010). Cross­ Disciplinary Writers' Group Stimulates Fresh Approaches to Scholarly Communication: A Reflective Case Study Within a Higher Education Institution in the North West of England. New Review Of Academic Librarianship, 1644­-64. doi:10.1080/13614533.2010.509481

Hahn, T. t., & Jaeger, P. p. (2013). From practice to publication. College & Research Libraries News, 74(5), 238­242. 

Lamb, A., & Johnson, L. (2007). An information skills workout: wikis and collaborative writing. Teacher Librarian, (5), 57.

Linder, K. k., Cooper, F., McKenzie, E., Raesch, M., & Reeve, P. (2014). Intentional Teaching, Intentional Scholarship: Applying Backward Design Principles in a Faculty Writing Group. Innovative Higher Education, 39(3), 217-229.

Lonergan, D. (2011). How to Get Published, Part I. Community & Junior College Libraries, 17(1), 35­37. 

Nairn, K., Cameron, J., Anakin, M., Juntrasook, A., Wass, R., Sligo, J., & Morrison, C. (2015). Negotiating the Challenge of Collaborative Writing: Learning from One Writing Group's Mutiny. Higher Education Research And Development, 34(3), 596-608.

Roach, J. C. (2014). Scholarly Writers' Circle. Teaching Theology And Religion, (4), 345. doi:10.1111/teth.122-42

Smallwood, C. (2010). Writing and Publishing: The Librarian's Handbook. ALA Editions.

Stueart, R. D. (1976). Writing the Journal Article. College and Research Libraries, 37(1), 153-157.

Sullivan, D., Leong, J., Yee, A., Giddens, D., & Phillips, R. (2013). Getting published: group support for academic librarians. Library Management, 34(8/9), 690­-704. doi:10.1108/LM­03­2013­0026

Washburn, A. (2008). Writing Circle Feedback: Creating a Vibrant Community of Scholars. Journal Of Faculty Development, 22(1), 32.

Wirth, A. A., Kelly, M., & Webster, J. (2010). Assessing Library Scholarship: Experience at a Land Grant University. College & Research Libraries, 71(6), 510­524.

Wyche­Smith, S. (1994). Using Variables to Train and Maintain Writing Groups. English In Texas, 26(2), 14­-22.