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Steven R. Brown, Professor Emeritus, Evaluation and Measurement, authored “Autobiography and Problem Selection” in Operant Subjectivity, Vol. 39, Issue 1-2 (2017) 82-97.
Oleg Lavrentovich and Sergij V. Shiyanovskii, Liquid Crystal Institute®, and graduate students Bing-Xiang Li, Volodymyr Borshch, Rui-Lin Xiao, Sathyanarayana Paladugu (post doc) and Taras Turiv authored “Electrically Driven Three-dimensional Solitary Waves as Director Bullets in Nematic Liquid Crystals” in Nature Communications, Vol. 9, Issue 2912 (2018). doi: 10.1038/s41467-018-05101-y  
Peter C. Kratcoski, Professor Emeritus, authored “Older Criminals and Victims” in Perspectives on Elderly Crime and Victimization, 1st Edition, (Cham, Switzerland: Springer), Peter C. Kratcoski & Maximilian Edelbacher (Eds.), (2018), 245-262
Peter C. Kratcoski, Sociology/Criminology, Kent State Tuscarawas, authored “Justice System Response to Elderly Criminality” in Perspectives on Elderly Crime and Victimization, 1st Edition, (Cham, Switzerland: Springer) Peter C. Kratcoski & Maximilian Edelbacher (Eds.), (2018), 197-224.
Alfred Guiffrida and Pratim Datta, Management and Information Systems, and Lihua Chen, Kent State alumnus, authored “Capacity-Delivery Coordination in Supply Chains A Cost-based Approach” in International Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 32, Issue 3, (2018): 290-312.
Lae'l Hughes-Watkins, University Libraries, Department of Special Collections and Archives, authored “Moving Toward a Reparative Archive: A Roadmap for a Holistic Approach to Disrupting Homogenous Histories in Academic Repositories and Creating Inclusive Spaces for Marginalized Voices” in Journal Contemporary Archival Studies, Michael Lotstein (Ed.)., Vol. 5, Issue 6 (2018): 1-19.  
Peter C. Kratcoski, Professor Emeritus, authored “The Victim-Offender Relationship in the Criminal Victimization of the Elderly” in Perspectives on Elderly Crime and Victimization, Edition 1st, (Cham, Switzerland: Springer) Peter C. Kratcoski & Maximilian Edelbacher (Eds.), (2018), 101-124.
Laura Bruneau, Ph.D., Kent State alumna, and Beverly Timmons, Ed.D., Professor Emeritus, School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies, co-authored Moose! The Reading Dog (West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press), (2018), 74 pages. The children’s book, written by the mother-daughter duo, is inspired by the true story of a therapy dog.
Peter C. Kratcoski, Sociology/Criminology, Kent State Tuscarawas, authored “Trends in the Types of Crimes Committed by the Elderly in the United States” in Perspectives on Elderly Crime and Victimization, Edition 1st, (Cham, Switzerland: Springer) Peter C. Kratcoski & Maximilian Edelbacher (Eds.), (2018), 5-24.
Virginia Dressler, University Libraries, and Koon-Hwee Kan, School of Art, authored “Mediating Museum Display and Technology: A Case Study of an International Exhibition Incorporating QR Codes” in Journal of Museum Education, 43(2), 159-170, 2018.
Peter C. Kratcoski, Sr., Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology, and Maxmilian Edelbacher, edited Perspectives on Elderly Crime and Victimization, 1st Ed., (Cham, Switzerland: Springer), (2018), 272 pages.  
Chris Venable, College of Communication and Information, authored "Philosopher-Kings and Academic Advisers: Learning From The Republic," in The Mentor: Innovative Scholarship on Academic Advising, Junhow Wei and Janet Schulenberg (Eds.), Vol. 20, (2018): 3-11.
Richard (Rick) Feinberg, Department of Anthropology, authored, “The Future of a Polynesian Chiefdom in a Globalising World” in Change and Continuity in the Pacific: Revisiting the Region, 1st ed., (London and New York: Routledge) John Connell and Helen Lee (Eds.), (2018), 136-150.
Tamara L. Honesty, School of Theatre and Dance, and Karestin Harrison, authored The Fake Food Cookbook: Props You Can't Eat for Theatre, Film, and TV, 1st Ed., New York, NY: Routledge, (2018).  
Richard (Rick) Feinberg, Department of Anthropology, authored Polynesian Oral Traditions: Indigenous Texts and English Translations from Anuta, Solomon Islands, 1st ed., Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, (2018) 1-294.
Yosh Hakutani, Department of English, authored three book chapters in American Haiku: New Readings, ed. Toru Kiuchi (Lanham, MD/New York/London: Lexington Books, 2017): “Chapter 2: Ezra Pound, Imagism, and Haiku,” 33-56; “Chapter 6: Richard Wright’s Haiku, Zen, and the African ‘Primal Outlook upon Life,’” 151-74; and “Chapter 9: Jack Kerouac’s Haiku and The Dharma Bums,” 205-29.
Yosh Hakutani, Department of English, authored “Cy Twombly’s Painting of the Peonies and Haiku Imagery” in Cy Twombly: Image, Text, Paratext, ed. Thierry Greub, (Paderborn, Germany: Wilhelm Fink Verlag / Boston: Brill Publishing Group, 2018), 306-22; and “Yone Noguchi, Ezra Pound, and Imagism: A Summary” in Yone Noguchi Society Newsletter, No. 4 (September 2017), 2-4.
Jennifer L. McCullough, School of Communication Studies, Sajani Raman, Sara Guerrero-Duby, Miraides Brown, Sarah Ostrowski-Delahanty, Diane Langkamp and John C. Duby authored “Screen Exposure During Daily Routines and a Young Child’s Risk for Having Social-Emotional Delay” in Clinical Pediatrics, Russell W. Steele (Ed.), Vol. 56, Issue 13, (2017): 1244-1253.
Kenneth Cushner, professor emeritus, School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies; and Averil McClelland, professor emerita, College of Education, Health and Human Services, authored Human Diversity in Education: An Intercultural Approach, 9th Ed., Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill, (2018).
Jennifer L. McCullough, School of Communication Studies, Andy J. Merolla, Shuangyue Zhang and Shaojing Sun, authored “How Do You Like Your Forgiveness? Communication Style Preferences and Effects” in Communication Studies, Kenneth Lachlan (Ed.), Vol. 68, Issue 5, (2017): 568-587.
Lala Hajibayova and Kiersten Latham, School of Information, authored “Exploring Museum Crowdsourcing Projects Through Bourdieu’s Lens” in Knowledge Organization, 44(7), 2017, 504-514.
Alfred Guiffrida, Management and Information Systems, and Jay Brown authored “Stochastic Modeling of the Last Mile Problem for Delivery Fleet Planning” in Journal of the Transportation Research Forum, 56(2), 2017, 93-108.
Lala Hajibayova, School of Information, and Wayne Buente authored “Representation of Indigenous Cultures: Considering the Hawaiian Hula” in Journal of Documentation, 73(6), 2017, 1137-1148.
Yanhai Du, Ph.D., A. Maar and K. Zhao, Ph.D., authored “Development of Advanced Ceramic Fuel Cells using Additive Manufacturing Technology (I): Design and Modeling” in Advanced Processing and Manufacturing Technologies for Nanostructured and Multifunctional Materials III: Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Editors: M. Fukushima and A. Gyekenyesi, V.37 (5), pp.74-80, (ISBN-13: 9781119321705), 2017.
Jennifer Walton-Fisette, Ed.D., College of Education, Health and Human Services, and Deborah A. Wuest authored Foundations of Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport, 19th edition, pp. 512.
Yanhai Du, College of Aeronautics and Engineering, was co-author for the following peer-reviewed and internationally circulated journal articles.
Bonnie James Shaker, Department of English at Kent State University at Geauga, Lae'l Hughes-Watkins, University Libraries, and Angela Pettitt, Penn State Shenango, authored the article "Recovering Kate Chopin's 'Her First Party': Media, Mediation, Message" in American Periodicals, Jean Lee Cole and Cynthia Patterson  (Eds.), 27(1), 2017, 21-24.
Robin Selinger, Liquid Crystal Institute; Michael Varga, graduate student, Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program; and Andrew Konya, former graduate student in the Chemical Physics Interdisciplinary Program, authored "Making Waves in a Photoactive Polymer Film" in Nature, 546, Issue 29 June 2017, (2017): 632-636.
Peter C. Kratcoski Sr., Department of Sociology at Kent State University at Stark, authored Correctional Counseling and Treatment, 6th edition, published by Springer in 2017. 
Peter C. Kratcoski Sr., Department of Sociology at Kent State University at Stark, authored “Policing: Continuity and Change,” a section in Global Issues in Contemporary Policing.
Virginia Dressler, University Libraries, authored a journal article titled “The State of Affairs With Digital Preservation at ARL Member Libraries: A Survey and Analysis of Policy” in Digital Library Perspectives, Vol. 33 (2), 2017.
Kiersten Latham, Ph.D., School of Information, co-authored the paper “A Discussion on Document Conceptualization,” which was published in Proceedings from the Document Academy in Vol. 3, Issue 2, in December 2016.
Pamela Rafferty-Semon, Jeremy Jarzembak and Jennifer Shanholtzer, College of Nursing, co-authored an online journal article titled “Simulating Complex Community Disaster Preparedness: Collaboration for Point of Distribution” in the Online Journal of Issues in Nursing (OJIN), Vol. 22, No. 1, in 2017.
Catherine L. Smith, Ph.D., School of Information, published an article titled “Privacy and Trust Attitudes in the Intent to Volunteer for Data-tracking Research” in Information Research, Vol. 21, No. 4. 
Kiersten Latham, Ph.D., School of Information, published a paper titled “The Curious Case of Floating Fixity (and Its Relationship to Authenticity)” in Proceedings from the Document Academy in Vol. 3, Issue 2, in December 2016.
Peter C. Kratcoski Sr., Department of Sociology at Kent State University at Stark, authored “Policing: Continuity and Change,” a section of the book Global Issues in Contemporary Policing. The work focuses on global issues in policing, including those pertaining to specialization, education and training, leadership, corruption, discrimination and response to catastrophic events such as natural disasters and terrorism.  
Kiersten Latham, Ph.D., School of Information, co-authored the paper “Exploring Fixity,” which was published in Proceedings from the Document Academy in Vol. 3, Issue 2, in December 2016. (Co-author: Jodi Kearns.)  
Yosh Hakutani, Ph.D., Department of English, authored “East-West Literary Imagination: Cultural Exchanges from Yeats to Morrison” (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2017), xiii, 322 pp.
Lae'l Hughes-Watkins, University Libraries Department of Special Collections and Archives, authored an article titled “Between Two Worlds: A Look at the Impact of the Black Campus Movement on the Antiwar Era of 1968–1970 at Kent State University” published in the journal Ohio History. The article reframes the antiwar movement and the Kent State shootings through the lens of race and relies heavily on the narratives of African-American alumni who were on the frontlines of the black campus movement. 
Marianne Martens, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, published a guest post titled “Media Mentorship, Diversity and Inclusion, and the Screen Time Symposium” on Oct. 10, 2016, on the Association for Library Service for Children (ALSC) blog. 
Lala Hajibayova, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is author of an article titled “Students’ Viewpoint: What Constitutes Presence in an Online Classroom?” published in Cataloguing & Classification Quarterly. (Advance online publication. doi:10.1080/01639374.2016.1241972)
Emad Khazraee, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, authored an article titled “Increasing EHR System Usability Through Standards: Conformance Criteria in the HL7 EHR-System Functional Model” in the Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 69; 2016, 169-173.
Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is co-author (with Tim Gorichanaz, Drexel University) of an article titled “Document Phenomenology: A Framework for Holistic Analysis,” published in the Journal of Documentation (2016), 72:6 , 1114-1133. 
Marianne Martens, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, published a book titled Publishers, Readers, and Digital Engagement (Palgrave McMillan, 2016). 
Omer Farooq, M.L.I.S. ’12, doctoral student in the College of Communication and Information, and Associate Professor Miriam Matteson, Ph.D., published an article titled “Opportunities and Challenges for Students in an Online Seminar-Style Course in LIS Education: A Qualitative Case Study” in the Journal of Education for Library and Information Science (JELIS), Vol. 57, No. 4 (October 2016).
A peer-reviewed article by Meghan Harper, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, titled “Using Literature to Help Students Who Hurt,” has been published in Ohio Media Spectrum – Journal of the Ohio Educational Library Media Association (OELMA), 68(1), 45-57.
Christine Hudak, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, has been accepted as a contributing author to the book (tentatively) titled The Handbook of Continuing Professional Development for the Health IT Professional, to be published by HIMSS in 2017. Her chapter, “The Many Facets of Continuing Education,” will appear in the section on “The Importance of Lifelong Learning.”
Emad Khazraee, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, co-authored a paper titled "A Networked Reaction to the 2015 Ankara Attack in the Turkish Twittersphere" with colleagues from the Ohio State University School of Communication. The paper was presented by Aysenur Dal, an OSU doctoral student, at the Political Networks Conference (POLNET) on June 24, 2016, in St. Louis, Missouri.
Marianne Martens, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is author of an invited chapter titled “Reading the Readers: Tracking Visible Online Reading Audiences” in P. M. Rothbauer, K.I. Skjerdingstad, L.E.F. McKechnie, and K. Oterholm  (Eds.), Plotting the Reading Experience: Theory/Practice/Politics. (2016). Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: Wilfred Laurier University Press.
Emad Khazraee, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is first author on a paper titled "Evolving Repertoires: Digital Media Use in Contentious Politics," which was presented by co-author James Losey at the International Communication Association (ICA) annual conference in Fukuoka, Japan, on June 10, 2016.
Peggy Nzomo, University Libraries, co-authored an article titled “Multilingual Information Retrieval and Use: Perceptions and Practices Amongst Bi/Multilingual Academic Users” in The Journal of Academic Librarianship, volume 42, issue 5, September 2016, pages 495-502. 
Yosh Hakutani, Department of English, authored “The Triangular Vision of Richard Wright: The African American Poet’s Achievement of Solace by Means of Eastern Poetics and African Philosophy” in Richard Wright Writing America at Home and from Abroad, ed. Virginia Whatley Smith (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2016): 198-213.
Cindy Kristof, University Libraries, authored “Data and Copyright” in the Bulletin of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 42(6); 2016, 20-22. 
Rebecca A. Meehan, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is lead author of an article titled “Increasing EHR System Usability Through Standards: Conformance Criteria in the HL7 EHR-System Functional Model,” published online in the Journal of Biomedical Informatics (Aug. 24, 2016).
Cindy Kristof, Jennifer Rice and Karen Ronga, University Libraries, authored “Across the Stream: Collaboration in the Management of Streaming Video at Kent State University” in Journal of Digital Media Management, 4(4); 2016, 304-310.
Yosh Hakutani, Department of English, authored “Richard Wright” in Oxford Bibliographies in African American Studies, Gene Andres Jarrett (Ed.), (New York: Oxford University Press, June 28, 2016), 37 pp. at http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com.
John E. Simmons, School of Library and Information Science, authored Museums: A History. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield (2016).
Rebecca Meehan, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is lead author (co-author, R. Shura) of an article titled “Residents’ Perspectives on Living With Vision Impairment in Long-term Care:  An Unseen Factor in Quality of Life and Appropriateness of Care,” published in Journal of Nursing Home Research.  Vol. 2, p. 34-40.
Lala Hajibayova, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is lead author (co-author, E.K. Jacob) of an article titled “User-generated Tagging Vocabularies: An Investigation of the Levels of Abstraction of Tags Across Three Resource Genres,” published in Information Processing & Management.
Marianne Martens, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is author of a post titled "Notable Children’s Recordings Nominees — Summer 2016" published on June 16, 2016, on the ALSC Blog.
Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, published a paper titled "Jungles, Rabbit Holes, and Wonderlands: Comparing Conceptions of Museality and Document" in the Special Issue of the Proceedings of the Document Academy: Vol 3(1) (2016). Latham also co-edited the special issue.
E. Thomas Dowd, Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychological Sciences, authored “Anger Management” in Handbook of Medical and Psychological Hypnosis, 1(1); Gary R. Elkins (Ed.) (2017), 463-468.
Richard (Rick) Feinberg, Department of Anthropology, Cathleen Conboy Pyrek and Alexander Mawyer authored “Navigating Spatial Relationships in Oceania” in Structure and Dynamics: eJournal of Anthropology and Related Sciences, Vol. 9 (1). Dwight Read and Murray Leaf (Eds.) (2016), 1-7.
Richard Feinberg, Department of Anthropology, Cathleen Pyrek (a recent Kent State master’s graduate), and Alexander Mawyer (University of Hawai'i at Manoa) guest-edited a special issue of Structure and Dynamics, an online open-access journal hosted by the University of California. 
Chris Venable, College of Communication and Information, reviewed the book "The Undecided College Student: An Academic and Career Advising Challenge" by Gordon and Steele in NACADA Journal, Rich Robbins and Leigh Shaffer (Eds.). Vol. 36, Issue 1, (2016).
E. Thomas Dowd, Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychological Sciences, authored "Resistance and the Wounded Self: Self-protection in Service of the Ego” in American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, Stephen Lankton (Ed.)., Vol.  59, Issue 2, (2016): 100-113.
Christopher Dum, Department of Sociology, authored Exiled in America: Life on the Margins in a Residential Motel, 1st Ed., New York, NY: Columbia University Press, (2016).
Rebecca Meehan, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, published an article titled “Improving Continuity of Care in Long Term Care: Impact of Health Information Exchange” in the fall 2015 issue of Journal of Health Information Management (JHIM).
Carol Bersani, Professor Emerita, and Terri Cardy, School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies, authored “School-Wide Research as Professional Development” in Innovations in Early Education: The International Reggio Exchange, 22(4), (2015), 10-19. 
Susanna Fein, Department of English, edited an online journal article, “The Harlet 2253 Manuscript” in Oxford Bibliographies in Medieval Studies. Paul E. Szarmach (Ed.), 2016. New York: Oxford University Press. 
An article by Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, titled "OKF-Ref: Using the Object Knowledge Framework to Understand the Reference Experience," was published in Reference Reviews, Vol. 30, Issue 2.
A paper by Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, titled "Psychological Flow and the Numinous Museum Experience," was published in the University of Michigan Working Papers in Museum Studies: Number 11 (2016).
A paper co-authored by Emad Khazraee, Ph.D., assistant professor in the School of Library and Information Science, (with James Losey) titled "Evolving Repertoires: Digital Media Use in the Contentious Politics" was published in the online journal Communication and the Public, 1(1), 39–55.
Michelle Baldini, M.L.S., and Marianne Martens, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, are co-authors of an article titled “Out of the Box and Into the Book: Innovative Library Partnerships to Close the 30 Million Word Gap” published in the spring 2016 issue of Children and Libraries, the official journal of the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC).
Richard (Rick) Feinberg, Department of Anthropology, and Alexander Mawyer, University of Hawaii at Manoa, authored “Response to Nash on Creole Spatiality and Pitcairn Island.”
The second edition of a book co-authored by Marcia Lei Zeng, School of Library and Information Science, and Jian Qin, titled Metadata, has been released by ALA Neal Schuman Publishers.
Marcia Lei Zeng, School of Library and Information Science, presented “If You Build It, Will They Come? A Discussion of Use Cases and Barriers of Using the Knowledge Organization Systems (KOS) Available as Linked Open Data (LOD),” at the 78th annual meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T).
Marcia Lei Zeng, School of Library and Information Science, coedited (with Robert B. Allen and Jane Hunter) and published Digital Libraries: Providing Quality Information, 17th International Conference on Asia-Pacific Digital Libraries, ICADL 2015, Seoul, Korea, December 9-12, 2015. Proceedings (Springer).
Catherine Smith, School of Library and Information Science, authored “Domain-independent search expertise: A description of procedural knowledge gained during guided instruction” in Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(7), 1305-1322, 2015.
Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is co-author (with Jodi Kearns, Ph.D., University of Akron) of an article titled “Shannon Goes to the Museum: Drawing Lines Across Boundaries."
Mary Ann Heiss, Department of History, authored “Exposing ‘Red Colonialism’: U.S. Propaganda at the United Nations, 1953-1963” in the Journal of Cold War Studies, 17(3), 82-115, 2015.
Miriam Matteson, School of Library and Information Science, Lorien Anderson, and Cynthia Boyden, alumna from the School of Library and Information Science, authored “Soft Skills: A Phrase in Search of Meaning” in Libraries and the Academy, 16(1), 71-88, 2016.
Yosh Hakutani, Department of English, authored “James Emanuel’s Jazz Haiku and African American Individualism,” African American Haiku: Cultural Visions, ed. John Zheng (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2016): 35-58.
Catherine Smith, School of Library and Information Science, authored “Investigating the Role of Semantic Priming in Query Expression: A Framework and Two Experiments” in Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, September 2015.
David H. Kaplan, Department of Geography, and Melanie Knowles, Office of Sustainability, authored “Developing a Next-Generation Campus Bike-Share Program” in Planning for Higher Education/Society for College and University Planning, 44(1), 1-13, Claire Turcotte (Ed.). (2015).
Athena Salaba, School of Library and Information Science, has co-authored and updated the 4th edition of Cataloging and Classification: An Introduction, which was previously authored by Lois Mai Chan. 
Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., School of Library and Information Science, is co-author with Jodi Kearns, Ph.D., University of Akron, of an article titled Shannon Goes to the Museum: Drawing Lines Across Boundaries, that was published in the 2015 DOCAM Proceedings, Vol. 2.
Peter C. Kratcoski, Sr., Department of Sociology, Maximilian Edelbacher and Bojan Dobovsek authored Corruption, Fraud, Organized Crime, and the Shadow Economy, Edition 1, (Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group) Peter C. Kratcoski ,Ed. (2016), 293-305.
Margarita Benitez, School of Fashion Design and Merchandising, wrote a chapter “Sensorial Space: Responsive Interiors Thru Smart Textiles” in the book Textile Technology and Design: From Interior Space to Outer Space. Deborah Schneiderman and Alexa Griffith Winton (Eds). (2016). Bloomsbury Publishing.
Susanna Fein, Department of English, edited The Auchinleck Manuscript: New Perspectives, Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK: York Medieval Press/Boydell and Brewwer, (2016), xi, 253 pp.
Virginia Dressler, University Libraries, authored "Building Institutional Digitization Guidelines and Benchmarks for Nontraditional Materials and Collections: A Case Study of a Curious Collection of Fabric Swatches" in Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture.
Meghan Harper, School of Library and Information Science, and Liz Deskins authored "Using Action Research to Assess and Advocate for Innovative School Library Design" in Knowledge Quest: Journal of the American Association of School Librarians, November/December Issue, (2015).
Peter C. Kratcoski, Sr., Department of Sociology, authored "Police, Academic, Professional, Community Collaboration: Past, Present, and Future" in Collaborative Policing: Police, Academics, Professionals, and Communities Working Together for Education, Training, and Program Implementation, Edition 1, (Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group) Peter C. Kratcoski and Maximilian Edelbacher, Eds. (2016), 293-305.
Roman Panchyshyn, University Libraries, authored "Retraining and Reskilling the Technical Services Staff" in Creating the 21st Century Academic Library, Vol. 6, Lanham, Maryland: Bradford Lee Eden, (2016), 55-64.
Peter Kratcoski, Sr., Department of Sociology, Kent State University at Stark, edited “The Relationship of the Informal Economy to Corruption, Fraud and Organized Crime” in Corruption, Fraud, Organized Crime and the Shadow Economy, 1st ed. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group. Maximilian Edelbacher, Peter C. Kratcoski and Bojan Dobovsek (Eds.) (2016).
Kenneth Cushner, School of Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Studies, authored a section of a book “Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence” in Sage Handbook of Research in International Education, 2nd ed., (2015): 200-216. Mary Hayden, Jack Levy and Jeff Thompson (Eds.). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications.
Rick Feinberg, Department of Anthropology, authored a magazine article “Learning to Handle a Polynesian Dugout Canoe” in American Whitewater, Vol. 55, Issue 4. Ambrose Tuscano (Ed.). Cullowhee, North Carolina.
Peter C. Kratcoski, Sr, Department of Sociology, Kent State University at Stark, authored a section of a book, "Perspectives on the Professional Practitioner in Criminal Justice" in Collaborative Policing: Police, Academics, Professionals, and Communities Working Together for Education, Training and Program Implementation, 1st Ed., Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group. Peter C. Kratcoski and Maximilian Edelbacher, Eds. (2016), 247-291.
Marcia Lei Zeng, School of Library and Information Science, and Shu-jiun Chen authored "Alignment of Conceptual Structures in Controlled Vocabularies in the Domain of Chinese Art: A Discussion of Issues and Patterns" in International Journal on Digital Libraries, 2015.
Jeffrey T. Child, School of Communication Studies, and Shawn Starcher, College of Communication and Information, authored "Fuzzy Facebook Privacy Boundaries: Exploring Mediated Lurking, Vague-booking, and Facebook Privacy Management," Computers in Human Behavior, Vol. 54, (2016): 483-490.
Peter C. Kratcoski, Sr., Department of Sociology, Kent State University at Stark, authored a section of a book, "Police-Academic and Professional Practitioner Collaboration in Research, Education, Training, and Programming" in Collaborative Policing: Police, Academics, Professionals, and Communities Working Together for Education, Training, and Program Implementation, 1st ed. (Boca-Raton, Florida: CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group) Peter C. Kratcoski, Sr. and Maximilian Edelbacher, Eds.(2016), 5-26.
Peter C. Kratcoski, Sr., Department of Sociology, Kent State University at Stark, Maximilian Edelbacher and John A. Eterno, authored a section of a book, "Justice Agencies - Academic Collaboration in Experiential" in Collaborative Policing: Police, Academics, Professionals, and Communities Working Together for Education, Training, and Program Implementation, 1st ed. (Boca-Raton, Florida: CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group) Peter C. Kratcoski, Sr. and Maximilian Edelbacher, Eds. (2016), 137-158.
Rebecca Meehan, School of Library and Information Science, authored an online journal article "Electronic Health Records in Long-Term Care: Staff Perspectives" on PubMed.gov, Oct. 12, 2015. Summary: Her study used one-on-one interviews of direct care nurses in a Midwest United States long-term post-acute care (LTPAC) setting to describe patterns of use and areas to improve. Web link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26464335