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  1. 1. Librarians in Second Life References Compiled by Joe Floyd April 2010 Abram, S. (2007). At second life, info pros will find much to see, do, learn, play with, try out. Information Outlook, 11(4), 34-36. Ancelet, L., Lorin, F., & Spies, T. (2009). Translating an academic library into second life. Texas Library Journal, 85(2), 52-54. Arneson, R. (2008). Adventures of an academic librarian in second life. Alabama Librarian, 58(1), 18-20. Barack, L. (2006). Library gets second life. School Library Journal, 52(6), 26. Barack, L. (2009). Green libraries grow in SL. School Library Journal, 55(1), 12-13. Bell, L., Peters, T., & Pope, K. (2007). Get a (second) life! prospecting for gold in a 3-D world. Computers in Libraries, 27(1), 10-15. Bell, L., Pope, K., & Peters, T. (2007). Digital libraries on the MUVE: A virtual adventure. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 33(4), 29. Bell, L., Pope, K., & Peters, T. (2007). Who's on third in second life? Online (Weston, Conn.), 31(4), 14-18. Bell, L., & Trueman, R. B. (2008). Virtual worlds, real libraries : Librarians and educators in second life and other multi-user virtual environments. Medford, N.J: Information Today. Condic, K. S. (2009). Using second life as a training tool in an academic library. The Reference Librarian, 50(4), 333-345. Czarnecki, K. (2008). Building community as a library in a 3D environment. Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services, 21(1), 25-27. Czarnecki, K. (2009). Dream it do it: At the library! technology outreach at a juvenile detention center. Young Adult Library Services, 7(2), 22-4, 31. De Lucia, A., Francese, R., Passero, I., & Tortora, G. (2009). Development and evaluation of a virtual campus on second life: The case of SecondDMI. Computers & Education, 52(1), 220-233. Eisenberg, M. (2008). The parallel information universe. Library Journal (1976),
  2. 2. 133(8), 22-25. Erdman, J. (2007). Reference in a 3-D virtual world: Preliminary observations on library outreach in second life? The Reference Librarian, 47(2), 29-39. Floyd, J., Frank, I., & De la Pena McCook, K. (2007). Second life for librarians. Florida Libraries, 50(1), 4-7. Ford, C., Gerardin, J., Yamamoto, M., & and Gordon, K. (2008). Fresh perspectives on reference work in second life. Reference and User Services Quarterly, 47(4), 324-330. Foster, A. (2007). Immersive education submerges students in onnline worlds made for learning. Chronicle of Higher Education, 54(17), A22. Frank, I. (2008). Librarians in virtual worlds: Why get a second life. First Monday (Online), Godfrey, K. & Dinberg, D. (2008). A brave new virutal world, or, 500 librarians can't be wrong! Feliciter, 53(4), 214. Godfrey, K. (2008). A new world for virtual reference. Library Hi Tech, 26(4), 525-539. Grassian, E., & Trueman, R. B.,. (2007). Stumbling, bumbling, teleporting and flying ... librarian avatars in second life. Reference Services Review, 35(1), 84-89. Greenhill, K. (2008). Do we remove all the walls? second life librarianship. Australian Library Journal, 57(4), 377-393. Haycock, K., & Kemp, J. W. (2008). Immersive learning environments in parallel universes: Learning through second life. School Libraries Worldwide, 14(2), 89-97. Hedreen, R. C., Johnson, J. L., Lundy, M. A., Burnette, P., Perryman, C., Brekel, G. v. d., et al. (2008). Exploring virtual librarianship: Second life library 2.0. Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 13(2/3), 167-195. Hildreth, S. (2007). Engaging your community: A strategy for relevance in the twenty-first century. Public Libraries, 46(3), 7-9. Hill, V., & Lee, H. (2009). Libraries and immersive learning environments unite in second life. Library Hi Tech, 27(3), 338-356. Janes, J. (2007). Life on the island. American Libraries, 38(3), 34.
  3. 3. Kent, P. G. (2008). Enticing the google generation: Web 2.0 social networking and university students. IATUL Proceedings, 2008, 1-14. Kirriemuir, J. (2007). The second life of UK academics. Ariadne (Online), Kribble, M. (2007). A law librarian's second life. AALL Spectrum, 12(2), 12-15. Lamb, A., & Johnson, L. (2009). The potential, the pitfalls, and the promise of multi-user virtual environments: Getting a second life. Teacher Librarian, 36(4), 68-72. Luo, L. (2008). Reference service in second life: An overview. Reference Services Review, 36(3), 289. Luo, L., & Kemp, J. (2008). Second life: Exploring the immersive instructional venue for library and information science education. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 49(3), 147-166. Mathews, B. (2007). Moving beyond the reference desk: Being where users need us. The Reference Librarian, 48(2), 9-13. Mon, L. (2009). Questions and answers in a virtual world: Educators and librarians as information providers in second life. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 2(1), 3-21. Murley, D. (2008). What second life taught me about learning. Law Library Journal, 100(4), 787-792. O'Connor, E.A. & Sakshaug, L.E. (2009). Preparing for second LIfe: Two teacher educators reflect on their initial foray into virtual teaching and learning. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 37(3), 259-271. Ostrander, M. (2008). Talking, looking, flying, searching: Information seeking behaviour in second life. Library Hi Tech, 26(4), 512-524. Parker, L. (2008). Second life: The seventh face of the library? Program, 42(3), 232-242. Peters, T. (2008). Embracing virtual worlds. American Libraries, 39(11), 33. Peters, T. (2008). Librarianship in virtual worlds. Library Technology Reports, 44(7), 1-32. Poe, J. (2008). The reincarnation of bunny watson: Librarians and their second life. Alabama Librarian, 58(1), 17-18.
  4. 4. Sanchez, J. (2009). Implementing second life: Ideas, challenges, and innovations. Library Technology Reports, 45(2), 5-39. Spencer, B. (2008). Librarians in second life. Mississippi Libraries, 72(1), 14-16. Stimpson, J. D. (2009). Public libraries in second life. Library Technology Reports, 45(2), 13-20. Swanson, K. (2007). Second life: A science library presence in virtual reality. Science & Technology Libraries, 27(3), 79-86. Sweeney, M. (2008). Reflections and refractions: Libraries and librarians in second life. Public Services Quarterly, 279-282. Tananbaum, G. (2008). I hear the train A comin'-stanford in second life. Against the Grain, 20(1), 84-85. Tang, F. (2009). Second life complements the internet for reference librarians. Georgia Library Quarterly, 46(4), 10-16. Thompson, S. (2009). On being a virtual world librarian: Experiences in offering live reference services in a virtual world. The Reference Librarian, 50(2), 219-223. Ven, C. v. d. (2008). Second life: A tool for reference and international understanding. The Reference Librarian, 49(2), 149-161. Verho, S. (2008). In search of a social library. Scandinavian Public Library Quarterly, 41(2), 22-23. Warburton, S. (2009). Second life in higher education: Assessing the potential for and the barriers to deploying virtual worlds in learning and teaching. British Journal of Educational Technology, 40(3), 414. Werts, C. E. (2008). Information literacy in real life and in second life. Education Libraries, 31(2), 6-11.