Selected Publications

Articles In Academic Journals

Year Title
2016 Use of social networking site consumer training to teach information literacy threshold conceptsJournal of Creative Library Practice.
2015 Minute to learn it: Integrating one-minute videos into information literacy programmingInternet Reference Services Quarterly/Routledge. 219-232.
2014 Educational Expropriation of SNS Consumer TrainingDigital Culture in Education. 13-29.
2014 Exploiting fluencies: Educational expropriation of social networking site consumer trainingDigital Culture and Education. 13-29.
2014 Learning Through Play, the Old School Way: Teaching Information Ethics to MillennialsJournal of Library Innovation. 1-14.
2014 Public philosophy of technology: Motivations, barriers, and reforms (revision of version originally published in conference proceedings)Techné. 179-200.


Year Title
2016 LibGuides Two Ways: Teaching Information Literacy In and Out of the ClassroomIntegrating LibGuides into Library Websites: A LITA Guide. Rowan and Littlefield.
2013 Playing by the RulesEnder's Game and Philosophy. Chicago: Open Court.

Conference Papers

Year Title
2013 Public philosophy of technology: Motivations, barriers, and reforms

Research Overview

  • information literacy, assessment in libraries, program assessment, library instruction, scholarly communication, OER, gamification of learning, active learning, open educational resources, affordable course content, data analytics
  • Expertise Keywords

  • Library Science : Information Literacy, Library Instruction, Scholarly Communications, Data Analytics, Open Educational Resoures
  • Education And Training

  • M.S. in Library and Information Science, University of South Carolina 2010
  • M.Ed. in Music Education, Shenandoah University 2003
  • B.A. in Music Education, Longwood University 1998
  • Full Name

  • Lucinda Rush