IBEC Publications: Books, Articles and Presentations

An integral aspect of IBEC is interacting and sharing findings from our research with the public. Therefore we disseminate the results from our studies in varied academic and professional venues, including books, journals, conferences, and meetings.

Listings and PDFs of publications and conference presentations about IBEC projects are available here. As some items are under peer review or forthcoming, please check back or contact us for a draft or preprint.

To inquire about soliciting an article or inviting a speaker to discuss IBEC projects, please contact us at: ibec@u.washington.edu

Spotlight Publications:

See our newest articles:

Fisher, K. E., Saxton, M.L., Edwards, P.M., & Mai, J. (2007). Seattle Public Library as Place: Reconceptualizing Space, Community, and Information at the Central Library. In Buschman, John E. and Leckie, Gloria J. The Library as Place: History, Community, and Culture. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited.

Fisher, K. E., Marcoux, E., Meyers, E., & Landry, C.F. (2007). Tweens and Everyday Life Information Behavior: Preliminary Findings from Seattle. In Chelton, M.K. & Cool, C. (Eds.), Youth Information-Seeking Behaviors II: Context, Theories, Models, and Issues. Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, Inc.

Saxton, M., Naumer, C., Fisher, K. E. 2-1-1 Information services: Outcomes assessment, benefit­cost analysis, and policy issues Government Information Quarterly.

See Our New Books

Fisher, K. E., Erdelez, S., & McKechnie, E. F. (Eds.). (2005). Theories of information behavior. Medford, NJ: Information Today.

Durrance, J. C., & Fisher, K. E. (2005). How libraries and librarians help: A guide to identifying user-centered outcomes. Chicago: American Library Association.



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