Michael Adams (Graduate Center) contributed entries on The General, Fritz Lang, Ridley Scott, and The Wild Bunch to Movies in American History: An Encyclopedia (ABC-Clio, 2011). He also contributed entries on Bobby “Blue” Bland, Bernie Casey, John Lee Hooker, Bo Jackson, Samuel L. Jackson, Moms Mabley, Taj Mahal, Woody Strode, Bill White, and Maury Wills to Great Lives from History: African Americans (Salem Press, 2011).
Sarah Aponte (City) published “Dominican Related Dissertations in the U.S.: An Analytical Approach (1939-2009)” to Camino Real 3.4 (2011): 21-51.
Ellen Belcher (John Jay) contributed the chapter “Halaf Bead, Pendant and Seal ‘Workshops’ at Domuztepe: Technological and Reductive Strategies” to The State of the Stone: Terminologies, Continuities and Contexts in Near Eastern Neolithic Lithics (ex oriente, 2011).
Jay Bernstein (Kingsborough) published “Shamanic Knowledge: The Challenge to Information Science” in Advances in the Study of Information and Religion 1 (2011): 128-150.
Jill Cirasella (Brooklyn) and Maura Smale (City Tech) published “Peers Don’t Let Peers Perish: Encouraging Research and Scholarship Among Junior Library Faculty” in Collaborative Librarianship 3.2 (2011).
Anamika Dasgupta (York) published “Does Pedagogy Matter to Librarians?” in DisCover: The Journal of the York College Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning 3 (2011): 88-91.
Daisy V. Dominguez (City College) and Steven Ovadia (LaGuardia) published “What’s Next for Collection Management and Managers? Twitter: A Collection Development Discovery Tool for and by the People” in Collection Management 3 (2011): 145-153.
John Drobnicki (York) published “Hezekiah and Charity Mills of Westport, Connecticut” in Connecticut Ancestry 54 (November 2011): 94.
Stephen Francoeur (Baruch) published “Prudence and Controversy: The New York Public Library Response to Post-War Anti-Communist Pressures” in Library and Information History 27.3 (2011): 140-160.
Njoki Kinyatti (York) contributed “ Africa and School Crime and Violence,” “Gender and School Crime and Violence, College,” and “Violent Non-Sexual Crimes, College” to Encyclopedia of School Crime and Violence (ABC-CLIO, 2011).
Louise Klusek (Baruch) published “Business Reference: Advice and Strategy for Serving Today’s Business Users” in the fifth edition of The Basic Business Library: Core Resources and Services (Libraries Unlimited, 2011).
Lewis Liu (Baruch) published “Economics of Scholarly Publishing: Exploring the Causes of Subscription Price Variations of Scholarly Journals in Business Subject-Specific Areas” in The Library Quarterly 81.2 (2011): 211-232.
Karl Madden (Medgar Evers), with Leili Seifi of the University of Mysore-Manasagangothri, published “Digital Surrogate Preservations of Manuscripts and Iranian Heritage: Enhancing Research” in New Library World 112.9/10 (2011): 452-465.
Phyllis Niles (Baruch) published “Meeting the Needs of the 21st Century Student” in Community & Junior College Libraries 17.2 (2011): 47-51.
Steven Ovadia published “Quora.com: Another Place for Users to Ask Questions” in Behavorial & Social Sciences Librarian 30.3 (2011): 176-180. To the same journal, Steven contributed “Managing Citations with Cost-Free Tools” 30.2 (2011): 107-111.
Mark Padnos (Bronx) co-wrote the entry on Shlomo Carlebach for Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (Walter de Gruyter, 2011).
Sandra Roff (Baruch) published “Visualizing History: Using Museum Skills to Teach Information Literacy to Undergraduates” in College & Undergraduate Libraries 18.4 (2011): 350-358.
Kenneth Schlesinger (Lehman) contributed “A South African Librarian Shares Her Story” to Lehman Today.
Scott Sheidlower (York) co-wrote, with Joshua Vossler of Coastal Carolina University, Humor and Information Literacy: Practical Techniques for Library Instruction (Libraries Unlimited, 2011). The book is the first to deal with using humor as a teaching tool for information literacy. Scott also contributed the entries on Dede Allen and Busby Berkeley to Movies in American History: An Encyclopedia (ABC-Clio, 2011), George Catlin and Will Rogers to Encyclopedia of Native American History (Facts on File, 2011), and Hamilton Fish Institute and T. J. Solomon to Encyclopedia of School Crime and Violence (ABC-CLIO, 2011).
Maura Smale (City Tech) published “Learning Through Quests and Contests: Games in Information Literacy Instruction” in Journal of Library Innovation 2.2 (2011): 36-55.
Junior Tidal (City Tech) published “Using Web Metric Software to Drive Mobile Website Development” in Computers in Libraries 31.3 (2011): 19-23.
Cynthia Tobar (Graduate Center) published “Music to My Ears: The New York Philharmonic Digital Archives” in D-Lib Magazine 17 (July/August 2011).
Christopher Tuthill (Baruch) published “‘Made to Hold Light’: The Women of Ursula K. Le Guin’s Earthsea Books” in Journal of Children’s Literature Studies 7.3 (2011).
Sandra Urban (York) contributed “Courts of Indian Offenses (Code of Federal Regulations Courts)” and “Meriam Report (The Problem of Indian Administration )” to Encyclopedia of Native American History (Facts on File, 2011) and the entry on Luke Woodham to Encyclopedia of School Crime and Violence (ABC-CLIO, 2011).