In press, Government Information in Canada: Access and Stewardship. Edited volume with Sam-chin Li.

"Canadian Crown Copyright Conundrum." Fair Dealing Week 2016 blog post. (February 2016).

"Government Information Speaking Notes." Documents to the People (DTTP), 43.1 (Spring 2015), p. 11-12. (online availability expected here:

"What the Heck is Happening Up North? Canadian Government Information Circa 2014." Documents to the People (DTTP), 42.1 (Spring 2014), p. 15-20.  (OA via ALA GODORT: 

Book Review: “Government Information Management in the 21st Century: International Perspectives.” Peggy Garvin (Ed.). Farnham, Surrey, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate Pub., 2011. 232 pp. $99.95, ISBN: 9781409402060. Government Information Quarterly, 30 (2013), p. 211-212.

Co-authored with Marc Truitt. “An Unplugged Space.” American Libraries, (November/December 2011),

“Free at Last - International Statistics Join the Open Access Party.” Access, 16.4 (Fall 2010), p. 32-33.

Handy, F., Seto, S., Wakaruk, A., Mersey, B. A. Mejia, & Copeland L. “The Discerning Consumer: Is Nonprofit Status a Factor in Consumer Choice?” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 39.5 (October 2010), p.866-883.

“Dissecting the Disconnect: Thinking About Public Space in Academic Libraries.” College and Research Libraries News, 70.1 (January 2009), p. 16-19.

Co-authored with Sophie Bury, “Emergency Management: Planning, Preparation and Response.” Access, (Winter 2007), p. 42-43.

Co-authored with Marcia Salmon, “Eye on the Web: Intellectual Property.” Access, (Fall 2006), p. 35-36.

Co-authored with Adam Taves, “Eye on the Web: HIV/AIDS Resources.” Access, (Summer 2006), p. 42-43.

Co-authored with Peter Duerr, “Eye on the Web: Environmental Sustainability.” Access, (Spring 2006), p. 59-60.

Co-authored with Thumeka Mgwigwi, “Eye on the Web: Criminology.” Access, (Winter 2005), p. 39.

“Eye on the Web: Back to School, Sites Serving Students and Teachers.” Access, (Fall 2005), p. 40-41.

Co-authored with Norda Majekodunmi, “Eye on the Web: Portals for Persons With Disabilities.” Access, (Summer 2005), p 38-39.

“Eye on the Web: Honours and Awards.” Access, (Spring 2005), p 50-51.

“Eye on the Web: Online Government Archival Resources for Canada, Ontario and Toronto.” Access, (Winter 2005), p 51-52.

“Eye on the Web: International Governmental Organizations: Part 3.” Access, (Fall 2004), p 49-51.

“Eye on the Web: International Governmental Organizations: Part 2, Specialized Agencies of the United Nations.” Access, (Summer 2004), p 34-36.

“Eye on the Web: International Governmental Organizations: Part 1, Accessing the United Nations Online.” Access, (Winter 2004), p 57-58.

“Eye on the Web: Election and Voting Resources.” Access, (Fall 2003), p 46.

“Fall 2001 Conference Report.” WNY/O ACRL Newsletter. (Fall 2002), p 7.

"Statistically Speaking: Fun in the Sun.” SLA Courier. 39:4 (Summer 2002), online.

"Statistically Speaking: Technology.” SLA Courier. 39:3 (Spring 2002), online.

“Statistically Speaking: Public Opinion Polls.” SLA Courier. 39:2 (Winter 2001), online.

“Statistically Speaking: Harvesting the Earth.” SLA Courier. 39.1 (Fall 2001), online.

“Statistically Speaking: Globalization.” SLA Courier. 38.4 (Summer 2001), online.

“Creating a Distance Education Tool-Set for Course Based Business Information Instruction.” in Library Services for Business Students in Distance Education: Issues and Trends. Ed. Shari Buxbaum.  New York: Haworth, 2002.  [Published simultaneously in Journal of Business and Finance Librarianship. 7:2/3 (2002), pp 131-140.]

“Web Watch: Criminal Justice, Part 2.” Alberta Government Libraries’ Newsletter. 3:9 (October 1999), pp 12-15.

“Web Watch: Criminal Justice, Part 1.” Alberta Government Libraries’ Newsletter. 3:6 (June 1999), pp 8-10.

“A Practical Guide to Researching Foreign and International Law.” School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta. (June 1999).