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Leonardi, P.M. and Bailey, D.E. In press. Recognizing and selling good ideas: Network articulation and the making of an offshore innovation hub. Academy of Management Discoveries.

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Bias, R. G. (2013). (Almost) A lifetime at the research/practice nexus: Human information processing and UI design. Presentation made to the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition, Pensacola, FL, June.

Clement, T. “Early Information Theory and Cultural Studies of Sound.” Information & Culture (accepted for publication).

Pfannenschmidt*, S. and Clement, T. “Evaluating Digital Scholarship: Suggestions and Strategies for the TEI.” Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative (accepted for publication).

Clement, T. “The Information Science Question in DH Feminism.” digital humanities quarterly (accepted for publication).

Clement*, T., Tcheng, D., Auvil, L., Capitanu, B., and Barbosa, J. “Distant Listening to Gertrude Stein’s ‘Melanctha’: Using Similarity Analysis in a Discovery Paradigm to Analyze Prosody and Author Influence. LLC: The Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 28.4 (2013): 582-602.

Clement, T., Hagenmaier, W. and Knies, J.L. “Towards a Notion of the Archive of the Future: Impressions of Practice by Librarians, Archivists, and Digital Humanities Scholars.” The Library Quarterly. 83.2 (2013): 112–130.

Dillon, A. (2013) The emerging discipline of information, Foreword in D. Bawden and L. Robinson (2013) Introduction to Information Science, Chicago: Neal Schuman/ALA, xvii-xix.

Dillon, A. (2012) What it means to be an iSchool. Journal of Education in Library and Information Science, 53, 4, 267-27

Dillon, A. and Doty, P. (2012) Extending Information Studies to the Education of Open Source Information Analyst. Journal of Homeland Security Education, 1, 78-88

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Broussard, Ramona, & Doty, Philip. (2016). Toward an understanding of fiction and information behavior. Annual Conference of the Association for Information Science & Technology. Copenhagen, Denmark. (10 pp.)

Doty, Philip. (2015). U.S. Homeland Security and risk assessment. Government Information Quarterly. 32(3), 342-352.

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A Matter of Archaeology: Essays in Honor of Samuel O. Brookes, edited by Patricia Galloway and Evan Peacock; accepted for publication by the University Press of Mississippi.

From Archival Management to Archival Enterprise to the Information Domain: David Gracy and the Development of Archival Education at the University of Texas. Information & Culture 49 (1), 3-33.

Plenary Session 3: Commentary on Integrating Research and Teaching in Preservation Education. Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture, 43(1-2), 2014: 51-53.

La Salle in the Lower Mississippi Valley: The Growth of a Historical and Archaeological Archive. Le Journal 30(1), 2-8.

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Gwizdka, J. (2014). News Stories Relevance Effects on Eye-Movements. In Proceedings of the Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications (ETRA 2014). March 26-28, 2014. , 283 - 286.

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James Howison and Jim Herbsleb (2013) "Incentives and Integration In Scientific Software Production" CSCW 2013.

McConahy, A., Eisenbraun, B., Howison, J., Herbsleb, J. D., Sliz, P. (2012). Techniques for Monitoring Runtime Architectures of Socio-technical Ecosystems. In Workshop on Data-Intensive Collaboration in Science and Engineering (CSCW 2012).

Ye Zhang, Matthew Lease, and Byron Wallace. Active Discrimitive Text Representation Learning. In Proceedings of the Thirty-First AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-17), 2017. Research Paper.

Tyler McDonnell, Matthew Lease, Mucahid Kutlu, and Tamer Elsayed. Why Is That Relevant? Collecting Annotator Rationales for Relevance Judgments. In Proceedings of the 4th AAAI Conference on Human Computation and Crowdsourcing (HCOMP), pages 139-148, 2016. Best Paper Award. Research paper/Web article.

Y. Zhang, M. Mustafizur Rahman, A. Braylan, B. Dang, H.-L. Chang, H. Kim, Q. McNamara, A. Angert, E. Banner, V. Khetan, T. McDonnell, A. Thanh Nguyen, D. Xu, B. C. Wallace, and M. Lease. Neural Information Retrieval: A Literature Review. Technical report, University of Texas at Austin, November 2016. Research paper

Hyun Joon Jung and Matthew Lease. A Discriminative Approach to Predicting Assessor Accuracy. In Proceedings of the 37th European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR), pages 159-171, 2015. Samsung Human-Tech Paper Award: Silver Prize in Computer Science. Research paper/Web article.

Loriene Roy, Bonnie Brzozowski and Nick Homenda, “The Value of Service Learning Projects in Preparing LIS Students for Public Services Careers in Public Libraries,” The Reference Librarian 53 (1) (January 2012) : 24-40.

Loriene Roy, “Teaching Reference: Strategies and Philosophies,”The Reference Librarian 53 (1) (January 2012): 1-3.

Loriene Roy, “Library Instruction; The Teaching Prong in the Reference/Readers’ Advisory/Instruction Triad,” The Reference Librarian 52 (3) (July-September 2011): 274-276.

Loriene Roy, Bonnie Brzozowski, Sara Arnold-Garza, and Kristi Beauchemin, “'Are You Searching for a New Job?’: Texas Public Libraries Provide Services for Job Seekers,” Texas Library Journal 87 (1) (Spring 2011): 30-33.

Ciaran B. Trace, “Phenomenology, Experience, and the Essence of Documents as Objects,” Information Research 22 (1) (2017).

Ciaran B. Trace and Unmil P. Karadkar, “Information Management Practices in the Humanities: Scholarly Processes, Tools, and the Construction of Personal Collections,” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 68 (2) (February 2017): 491-507.

Ciaran B. Trace, “Ethnomethodology: Foundational Insights on the Nature and Meaning of Documents in Everyday Life,” Journal of Documentation 72 (1) (2016):47-64.

Ciaran B. Trace, “Atlanta between the Wars: The Creation of the Georgia Department of Archives and History, 1918-1936,” Information and Culture: A Journal of History 50 (4) (2015): 504-553.

Ciaran B. Trace and Luis Francisco-Revilla, “The Value and Complexity of Collection Arrangement for Evidentiary Work,” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 66 (9) (2015): 1857–1882.

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Westbrook, Lynn. (2015). Addressing Missed Information Opportunities and Victims’ Information Agency in the Fight Against Sexual Human Trafficking. Proceedings of the 78th ASIS&T Annual Meeting, Information Sciences with Impact: Research in and for the Community. Andrew Grove, Proceedings Editor. Online proceedings, 15 pages.

Westbrook, Lynn and Yan Zhang. (2015). Questioning Strangers about Critical Medical Decisions: “What happens if you have sex between the HPV shots?” Information Research. 20(2): 1-12.

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Karen M Wickett, Antoine Isaac, M Doerr, Katrina Fenlon, Carlo Meghini, Carole L Palmer. Representing Cultural Collections in Digital Aggregation and Exchange Environments. D-Lib Magazine. 2014. 20:5:2

Palmer, C. L., Thomer, A. K., Baker, K. S., Wickett, K. M., Varvel, V., Choudhury, S., DiLauro, T., Fouke, B., Asangba, A. E. and Rodman, A. (2013), Building a framework for site-based data curation. Proc. Am. Soc. Info. Sci. Tech., 50: 1–4. doi: 10.1002/meet.14505001144

Karen M. Wickett, Andrea Thomer, Simone Sacchi, Karen S. Baker, and Dave Dubin, (2012) "What Dataset Descriptions Actually Describe: Using the Systematic Assertion Model to Connect Theory and Practice." Poster presented at the 2012 ASIS&T Research Data Access and Preservation Summit.

Zhang, Y. (2014). Beyond quality and accessibility: Source selection in consumer health information searching. Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology, 65(5), 911-927.

Zhang, Y. , Broussard, R., Ke, W., & Gong, X. (2014). The evaluation of a Scatter/Gather interface for supporting distinct health information search tasks. Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology, 65(5), 1028-1041.

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