Rescued from Oblivion: Historical Cultures in the Early United States. Forthcoming, University of Massachusetts Press, August 2020.
“We Are What We Eat: Preservation, Discovery, and Research in Historical Scholarship.” The American Historian 20 (May 2019): 8-12.
“Original / Copy.” Early American Studies 16.4 (2018): 728-732.
“Visualizing Virtual Users Through Art: Usage Statistics in Outreach and Marketing,” C&RL News (June 2018) discussion of the design and installation of “A Year of Virtual Research” at Western New Mexico University’s J. Cloyd Miller Library. With Andrea Jaquez and Hannah Gray.
“Historical Society of Pennsylvania,” and “Historical Societies,” in Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia, eds. Charlene Mires, Howard Gillette, and Randall Miller. Camden, NJ: Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities, http://philadelphiaencyclopedia.org/.
“The Means and the End: Letters and the Work of History,” in The Edinburgh Companion to Nineteenth-Century American Letters and Letter-Writing, eds. Celeste-Marie Bernier, Judie Newman, and Matthew Pethers. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, (2016): 103-118.
Observations: the Newsletter of the Hannah Mather Crocker Society 1-2, (2015-2016), http://hmcsociety.wix.com/hmcs#!newsletter/c22k6.
Bibliography of Hannah Mather Crocker (2015), http://hmcsociety.wix.com/hmcs#!bibliography/c23e6.
Review: François Weil, Family Trees: A History of Genealogy in America. (2013). Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 112. 1 (2014): 164-166.
“The Widow’s Mite: Hannah Mather Crocker and the Mather Libraries,” Information & Culture: A Journal of History 48.3 (2013): 323-343.
“Walking in the Connecticut Historical Society’s Shoes,” Making History, A Newsletter of the Connecticut Historical Society (Winter, 2012): 5.
Review: Byron Anderson and Paul T. Webb, New Directions in Reference. (2006). Public Services Quarterly 4.1 (2008): 47-48.
“Electronic Resource Librarians, Usage Statistics, and a Changing World,” Collection Management 32.3/4 (2007): 277-288, issued simultaneously pp. 277-288 in Electronic Resources Librarian: The Human Element in the Digital Information Age. Edited by Mark Alan Jacobs. New York: Haworth Press, 2007.
“Practical Considerations in the Standardization and Dissemination of Usage Statistics,” The Serials Librarian 52. supplement 9 (2007): 5-24, issued simultaneously pp. 5-24 in Usage Statistics of E-Serials. Edited by David Fowler. New York: Haworth Press, 2007. With Donnice Cochenour.
Review: Patricia H. Fisher and Merseille M. Pride, with assistance from Ellen G. Miller, Blueprint for Your Library Marketing Plan: A Guide to Help You Survive and Thrive. (2006). Public Services Quarterly 2.4 (2006): 88-89.
“The Changing World of Accounting Standards,” Law Library Lights 47.2 (2004): 8-12.
“Implementing Learning Management Software: the First Steps,” Law Library Lights 46.4 (2003): 1, 3.
“A Beggarly Account of Empty Boxes: Finding Accounting Standards in Print and Electronic Format,” Law Library Lights 45.3 (2002): 10-13.
“Training Users on Internet Publications Evolved from (and Still in) Print,” Perspectives 10.2 (2002): 89-91.
“Law Library Mentoring Program,” in Ninth Annual National Legal Research Teach-In Training Kit, compiled and edited by Kristin B. Gerdy. Chicago: American Association of Law Libraries, 2001.