Publications and Presentations
You can view my interactive list of my publications and presentations by clicking the image at left or you can download a pdf of my CV.
Falls, B.; Martin, B., Moore, A. “The New Face of the Academic Library: UNCC Students Run a Peer-to-Peer Service Model at Atkins Library”. In R. Canuel and C. Crichton (Eds.) Mobile Technology and Academic Libraries: Innovative Services for Research and Teaching. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries. Forthcoming 2017.
Martin, B. (2014). Developing a Plan B. In L. Stickell & B. Sanders (Eds.), Making the most of your library career. ALA Editions.
Martin, B., & Wankel, L. (2011). Social Media, Web 2.0 and Research: Case Studies from the Library. In C. Wankel (Ed.), Higher Education with Social Media: Applications in Student Affairs, Enrollment Management, Alumni, Careers, and other Functions. Emerald Publishing.
Martin, B., & Meloncon, L. (2008). Dancing with the iPod: Exploring the New Wireless Landscape of Composition Studies. In A. Kimme Hea (Ed.), Going Wireless: A Critical Exploration of Wireless and Mobile Technologies for Composition Teachers and Researchers. New York: Hampton Press.
Cooper- Moore, A., Martin, B., Winterling, R. “Building Library-Wide Engagement in Assessment”. Paper presentation at the Library Assessment Conference, October 31, 2016.
Lanclos, D., Martin, B. “Let’s Talk About Space: Assessing Student Space Needs in the Library and Across Campus”. Poster Presentation at the Library Assessment Conference, October 31, 2016.
Martin, B. “Moving Beyond the Pie-Chart: Tools to Help you Visualize your Data”. Invited presentation at the Metrolina Library Association Technology Summit, April 1, 2016.
Bradley, A., Martin, B., Siler, L. “Driving your Data: Visualizing Usage Data to Show the Value of the Library”. Charleston Conference Preconference Workshop, November 4, 2015.
Lanclos, D., Martin, B., Price, B. “Data Present and Speaking: Are You Listening?”. Presentation at Educause Annual Online Conference, October 28, 2015.
Martin, B., Moore, A. “’Maybe my friend can help’: Implementing a roaming peer-to-peer reference model”. North Carolina Library Association, Reference and Adult Services Section, Webinar Series: Current Trends in Reference, March 18, 2015.
Martin, B., Price, B. “So you are starting a maker space”. Presentation at the Academake Conference, February 20, 2015.
Martin, B., McCullough, H. “Making Big Data Small: Using Educational Analytics in an Academic Library”. Poster presentation at Educause, September 30, 2014.
Martin, B. “Your Future in Management: Data to Drive Administrative and Policy Decisions”. ACE Scholars Institute, June 14, 2014.
Freeman, R., Martin, B. “Cool Toys and Their Uses in Libraries”. 9th Annual Metrolina Library Association Conference, June 12, 2014.
Eshleman, H., Martin, B. “MakerSpaces”. Metrolina Library Association Technology Summit, March 28, 2014.
Bracken, S., Martin, B. “A CHAT-based case study of informal adult learning and technology: BarCamp, the unconference”. Presentation at the Adult Education Research Conference, May 30– June 2, 2013.
Bracken, S., Martin, B. “Past Meets Present: Margaret Mead as a Case Study Discussion of Public Pedagogy and Public Scholarship”. Roundtable discussion at the Adult Education Research Conference, May 31- June 3, 2012.
Martin, B., McDonald, C. “Gaming LIS Students: A Pilot Project for UNCG LIS Students”. Poster Presentation at the Metrolina Library Association Annual Information Literacy Conference. June 16, 2011.
Martin, B. “The Medium, The Message, and The Educator: Baudrillard and Adult Education”. Poster Presentation at the American Educational Research Association. April 8-12, 2011.
Martin, B., and J. Williams. “Implementing an Online/Hybrid Faculty Development Course: A Practical, Yet Research-based, Guide”. Presentation at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. March 7-11, 2011.
Hylton, A., B. Martin, and M. Rhue. “Buddies In Action: Building Information Literacy Partnership Among HBCUs”. Presented at the Black Caucus of the American Library Association. August 4-8, 2010.
Martin, B., and M. Winecoff. “Your Mobile Library – Research Anywhere”. Presented at the Metrolina Library Association. July 17, 2010.
Hylton, A., B. Martin, and M. Rhue. “JILL: Johnson C. Smith University’s Information Literacy and Learning Program” Paper presented at the Georgia Conference on Information Literacy as part of the Panel “Cross Institutional Collaboration: HBCU’s Join Together to Further their Institutional Goals”, September 25-26, 2009.
Ballance, J., S. Martin, and L. McDonald. “Delivering the Goods: Perspectives from Users and Providers on Emerging Trends in Document Delivery Services”. Poster presented at the North Carolina Library Association October 16-19, 2007.
Martin, Sarah. “The Search for Longitude” Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication as part of the Panel “Generic Spaces: Three Case Studies on How Genres Frame Possibilities for Learning and Understanding”, March 19-22, 2006.
Martin, Sarah. “A Historical Case Study of Genre and Technical Writing”. Paper presented at the 2005 Society for Technical Communication Student Chapter, February 10.
Martin, Sarah and Lisa Meloncon. “’You Say You Want a Revolution’: Rhetoric of Inquiry and [Re]Presenting Hypertext for the Writing Classroom’. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 24-27, 2004.
Davidson, Sarah (Martin). “Why do Engineering Students Hate to Write?”. Paper presented at the Conference on College Composition and Communication as part of the Panel “Teaching, Learning, Researching, and Funding in a System of Distributed Cognition”, March 19-22, 2003.
Alford, E. M., N. S. Thompson, J. Brader, B. Davidson (Martin), S. Hargrove-Leak, and E. Vilar. Introducing Engineering Graduate Students to Learning Theory and Inquiry-Based Learning: A Collaborative, Interdisciplinary Approach. 2003 Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Meeting & Exposition.
McGarry, T., and S.E. Davidson (Martin). “Consulting with second language learners in discipline-specific communications centers.” Paper presented at the 2003 Southeastern Writing Center Association Conference.