Selected Publications can be found in SOAR, Scholarly Open Access at Rutgers :

 https://soar.libraries.rutgers.edu/bib/Katie_Elson_Anderson

Journal Articles (refereed)

Anderson, K. E., & Springs, G. R. (2016). Assessing Librarian Expectations Before and After LibGuides Implementation. Practical Academic Librarianship: The International Journal of the SLA Academic Division6(1), 38.

Anderson, K. E. (2015). Libraries and Tumblr: A quantitative analysis. Reference Services Review, 43(2), 156-181.

Anderson, K. E. & Still, J. M. (2013). Librarians’ use of images on LibGuides and other social media platforms. Journal of Web Librarianship7(3), 272-291.

Journal Articles (non-refereed)

         Anderson, K. E. (2018). Getting acquainted with social networks and apps: Combating fake news on social media. Library Hi Tech News, 35(3), 1-6.

Anderson, K.E. (2017). Getting acquainted with social networks and apps: Social media in 2017, Library Hi Tech News 34(10), 1-6.

Anderson, K.E. (2017). Getting acquainted with social networks and apps: Periscope up! Broadcasting via live streaming, Library Hi Tech News, 34(3), 16-20.

Anderson, K.E. (2016). Getting acquainted with social networks and apps: Gotta catch them all?  Augmented reality gaming apps. Library Hi Tech News33(10), 6-8.

Anderson, K.E. (2016). The Viral Lives of Children. Child’s World America, October 3, 2016, accessed from http://childsworldamerica.org/viral-lives-children/ on 1 March 2017.

Anderson, K.E. (2016). Getting acquainted with social networks and apps: picking up the Slack in communication and collaboration. Library Hi Tech News33(9), 6-9.

Anderson, K. E. (2016). Getting acquainted with social networks and apps: WhatsApp-ening with mobile instant messaging? Library Hi Tech News33(6), 11-15.

Anderson, K. E. (2016). Getting acquainted with social networks and apps: Instagram’s instant appeal. Library Hi Tech News33(3).

Anderson, K. E. (2015). Getting acquainted with social networks and apps: Snapchat and the rise of ephemeral communication. Library Hi Tech News, 32(10), 6-10.

Anderson, K.E. (2015). Getting acquainted with social networks and apps: Tumblin’ through the visual web. Library Hi Tech News, 32(7), 8-11.

Anderson, K. E. (2015). Ask me anything: What is Reddit? Library Hi Tech News32(5), 8-11.

Anderson, K. E. & Still, J.M. (2011). An introduction to Google Plus. Library Hi Tech News, 28(8), 7 – 10.

Web

Anderson, K.E (2018). Neutrality, narratives and neo-Nazis: examining HEWILLNOTDIVIDE.US by LaBeouf, Ronkko & Turner, medium.com available: https://medium.com/@kelsonanderson/neutrality-narratives-and-neo-nazis-examining-hewillnotdivide-us-by-labeouf-rönkkö-turner-88743956729

 

Books (Edited)

Anderson, K.E. & Cvetkovic, V.B. (Eds.). (2015). Reinventing reference: How public, academic, and school libraries deliver value in the age of Google. Chicago: ALA Editions.

Cvetkovic, V.B. & Anderson, K.E. (Eds.). (2010). Stop plagiarism: A handbook for librarians and educators. New York: Neal-Schuman Publisher.

Reviews

Book Chapters

Anderson, K.E. (2017) Building communities of practice in the library profession. In S.W.H. Young and Rossman, D (Eds.), Using social media to build library communities: A LITA guide. (pp. 97-109). New York: Rowan & Littlefield

Anderson, K.E. & Cvetkovic,V.B. (2015). Referencing the future. In K.E Anderson & V.B. Cvetkovic (Eds.), Reinventing reference: How public, academic, and school libraries deliver value in the age of Google (pp. vii-xv). Chicago: ALA Editions.

Anderson, K. E. (2012). Performing childhood on the web. In V.B. Cvetkovic & D. Olsen (Eds.), Fleeting images: Portrayals of children in popular culture (pp. 47-71). Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.

Anderson, K. E. (2011). Does anyone have a quarter? In J. Foy (Ed.), SpongeBob SquarePants and philosophy (pp. 155-168). Chicago: Open Court.

Anderson, K. E. & Cvetkovic, V.B. (2010). Teaching intellectual honesty in a parodied world. In V.B. Cvetkovic & K.E. Anderson (Eds.), Stop plagiarism: A handbook for librarians and educators (pp. 3-12). New York: Neal-Schuman Publisher.

Anderson, K. E. (2010). Storytelling. In H. J. Birx (Ed.), 21st Century anthropology: A reference handbook (pp. 277-286). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Anderson, K. E. (2009). YouTube and YouTube-iness: Educating Gen M through the use of online video. In V.B. Cvetkovic & R.J. Lackie (Eds.), Teaching Gen M: A handbook for librarians and educators (pp. 254-272). New York: Neal Schuman Publisher.

Anderson, K. E. (2007). World wide web resources on children and childhood studies. In V. Bowman (Ed.), Scholarly resources for children and childhood studies: A research guide and annotated bibliography (pp. 254-272). Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

Conference Proceedings

Larrivee, A. & Anderson, K.E. (2013). I’ll meet you online: Discussing librarians’ preference of virtual meeting platforms. In F. Baudion and C. Johnson (Eds.), Brick and Click: An academic library symposium (pp. 43-48). Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, MO.

Encyclopedia Articles

Anderson, K. E. (2011). Anthropological networks. In G. Barnett (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Networking (pp. 44-58). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Anderson, K. E. (2011). Native Americans. In G. Barnett (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Networking (pp.573-576). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Anderson, K. E. (2011). New Jersey. In G.Barnett (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Networking, (pp.642-644). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Anderson, K. E. (2010). The VW camper van. In F. Nadis (Ed.), World History Encyclopedia, (p. 255). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Newsletters

Anderson, K. E. (2010). ALA land- Midwinter 2010. NMRT Footnotes, 39(3) available: http://www.ala.org/nmrt/news/footnotes/february2010/ALA_Land_Midwinter_2010_Anderson

Anderson, K. (2006) My Future Life as a Humanities Librarian. LES Biblionotes, 47 available: http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/aboutacrl/directoryofleadership/sections/les/biblionotes41502003/bn47.pdf

Book Reviews

Anderson, K.E. (2010).  Morrison, Connie M. Who Do They Think They Are?: Teenage Girls and Their Avatars in Spaces of Social Online Communication. New York: Peter Lang, 2010 [Book Review] MP: An Online Feminist Journal 3(2), 148-153. Available: http://academinist.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/MP03_02_07Anderson_Review.pdf