Research Publications


Here’s a listing of Michael’s research publications.

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles:
  • Jones, K. M. L., Stephens, M., Branch-Mueller, J. L., & de Groot, J. (2016). Community of practice or affinity space: A case study of a professional development MOOC. Education for Information, 32, 101–119. doi: 10.3233/EFI-150965
  • Lankes, R. D., Stephens, M., Arjona, M (2015). Participatory and transformative engagement in libraries and museums: Exploring and expanding the Salzburg Curriculum. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 56,(3).
  • Stephens, M., & Jones, K. M. L. (2015). Emerging roles: Key insights from librarians in a massive open online course. Journal of Library and Information Services in Distance Learning, 9(1-2), 133–147. doi: 10.1080/1533290X.2014.946353
  • Stephens, M. & Jones, K. M. L. (2014). “MOOCs as LIS professional development platforms: Evaluating and refining SJSU’s first not-for-credit MOOC.” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 55,(4).
  • Stephens, M. (2014) “23 Mobile Things: self-directed and effective professional learning”, Library Management, Vol. 35 Iss: 8/9, pp.582 – 593. doi:0.1108/LM-02-2014-0034
  • Stephens, M., Wedaman, D., Freeman, E., Hicks, A., Matthews-DeNatale, G., Wahl, D., & Spiro, L. (2014). “Academic 15: Evaluating library and IT staff responses to disruption and change in higher education.” First Monday, 19,(5). Retrieved from http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/4635/3878. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5210/fm.v19i5
  • Stephens, M. (2013). MOOCs for LIS Professional Development: Exploring New Transformative Learning Environments and Roles. Internet Learning, 2,(2).
  • Stephens, M. (2013). “Exemplary Practice for Learning 2.0: Based on a Cumulative Analysis of the Value and Effect of ‘ 23 Things’ Programs in Libraries,” Reference and User Services Quarterly, 53,(2).
  • Stephens, M. & Cheetham, W. (2012). Benefits and results of Learning 2.0: a case study of CityLibrariesLearning – discover*play*connect. Australian Library Journal, 61(1), 6-15.
  • Stephens, M. & Cheetham, W. (2012). The Impact and effect of Learning 2.0 Programs in Australian public libraries. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 7(1).
  • Stephens, M., & Cheetham, W. (2011). The impact and effect of learning 2.0 programs in Australian academic libraries. New Review of Academic Librarianship, 17(1), 31-63.
  • Stephens, M. (2008). The Pragmatic Biblioblogger: Examining the motivations and observations of Early Adopter Librarian Bloggers. Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 13(4), 311-345.
  • Stephens, M., & Collins, M. (2007). Web 2.0, library 2.0, and the hyperlinked library. Serials Review, 33(4), 253.
Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers:
  • Stephens, M. (2016). “Inclusive & Connected Learning: Evaluating and Refining an Academic Community Blogging Platform.” 2016 Association of Library and Information Science Educators Conference, Boston, MA, January 7, 2016.
  • Branch-Mueller, J. L., de Groot, J., Stephens, M., Jones, K., Salerno, K., & Orobio, K. (2014). The promise of MOOCs: Communities of practice and affinity spaces to support life-long learning for teacher-librarians. Proceedings of the International Association of School Librarianship 43rd Annual Conference incorporating the 19th Annual School Library Research Forum: The school library in the knowledge society, 25-30 August, Moscow, Russia.
  • Stephens, M. & Jones, K. M. L.(2014). “Emerging Roles: Key Insights from Librarians in a Massive Open Online Course,” proceedings of 16th Distance Library Services Conference, Denver, April 2014.
  • Stephens, M., & Jones, K. M. L. (2014). MOOCs as LIS professional development platforms: Evaluating and refining SJSU’s first not-for-credit MOOC. Juried paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE), Philadelphia, PA.
  • Stephens, M., & Lankes, R.D. (2014). Participatory and Transformative Engagement in Libraries and Museums: Exploring and Expanding the Salzburg Curriculum. Juried paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE), Philadelphia, PA.
  • Stephens, M. (2012). Proceedings of the World Library and Information Congress: 78th IFLA Conference and Assembly: “23 Things” as Transformative Learning: Promoting Confidence, Curiosity and Communication via Library Staff Professional Development. http://conference.ifla.org/sites/default/files/files/papers/wlic2012/150-stephens-en.pdf
  • Stephens, M., Cheetham, W., & Sayers, R. (2010). Proceedings of the VALA 2010 Conference: The impact and benefits of learning 2.0 programmes in Australian libraries. http://bit.ly/ltQ7Tn