2010 journal article
Instructional strategies for digital reference methods to facilitate student learning
Reference & User Services Quarterly, 49(4), 380–390.
By: M. Leaf & A. VanScoy
2008 journal article
Evidence vs. anecdote: Using syllabi to plan curriculum-integrated information literacy instruction
College & Research Libraries, 69(6), 566–575.
By: A. VanScoy & M. Oakleaf
2003 journal article
Managing an established virtual reference service
Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 8(1/2), 95–105.
By: K. Ciccone & A. VanScoy
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