Publications

Books (in alphabetical order)

 

1.       Agosto, D.E., & Hughes-Hassell, S. (Eds.) (2010). Urban Teens in the Library: Research and Practice. Chicago, IL: American Library Association. 208p.

 

2.       Hughes-Hassell, S. & Harada, V. (Eds.) (2007). School Reform and the School Library Media Specialist: Principles and Practices.  Libraries Unlimited. 204p.

 

3.       Hughes-Hassell, S. & Mancall, J.C. (2005). Collection Management for Youth: Responding to the Needs of Learners.  Chicago, IL: American Library Association. 120p.

 

4.       Hughes-Hassell, S. & Wheelock, A. (Eds.) (2001). The Information- Powered School. American Library Association. 138p.

 

5.       Stripling, B. K. & Hughes-Hassell, S. (Eds.) (2003). Curriculum and Instruction through the Library: Principles and Practices. Libraries Unlimited.  229p.

 

 

Book Chapters (in alphabetical order)

 

6.       Agosto, D. E., & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2007). “Language, Culture, and the School Library.” In S. Hughes-Hassell & V. H. Harada (Eds.) School Reform and the School Library Media Specialist: Principles and Practices.  Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, pp. 145-158.

 

7.       Agosto, D.E., & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2010). “Revamping Library Services to Meet Urban Teens’ Everyday Life Information Needs and Practices. In D.E. Agosto & S. Hughes-Hassell (Eds.) Urban Teens in the Library: Research and Practice. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, pp. 23-40.

 

8.       Agosto, D.E., & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2010). “Who are Urban Teens, and What Does ‘Urban’ Mean Anyway?” In D.E. Agosto & S. Hughes-Hassell (Eds.) Urban Teens in the Library: Research and Practice. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, pp. 3-8.

 

9.       Harada, V. H. & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2007). “Introduction.” In S. Hughes-Hassell & V.H. Harada (Eds.) School Reform and the School Library Media Specialist: Principles and Practices.  Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, pp. xvii-xxiii.

 

10.   Hughes, S. M.  & Mancall, J.C. (1999). “Developing a Collaborative Access Environment: Meeting the Resource Needs of The Learning Community.” In B. K. Stripling (Ed.) Student Learning in an Information Age: Principles and Practices, Libraries Unlimited, pp. 231-259.

 

11.   Hughes-Hassell, S. (2010). “Developing a Leisure Reading Program That is Relevant and Responsive to the Lives of Urban Teenagers: Insight from Research.” In D.E. Agosto & S. Hughes-Hassell (Eds.) Urban Teens in the Library: Research and Practice. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, pp. 41-52.

 

12.   Hughes-Hassell, S. (2001). “Enhancing Student Learning with Technology.” In S. Hughes-Hassell & A. Wheelock (Eds.) The Information-Powered School. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, pp. 74-82.

 

13.   Hughes-Hassell, S. (2003). “Promoting Young Adult Literacy: A Role For School Library Media Specialists.” In B.K. Stripling & S. Hughes-Hassell (Eds.) Curriculum and Instruction through the Library: Principles and Practices. Libraries Unlimited, pp. 89-104.

 

14.   Hughes-Hassell, S., & Agosto, D.E. (2006). “Modeling the Everyday Life Information Needs of Urban Teenagers.” In M. K. Chelton & C. Cool (Eds.) Youth Information-Seeking Behavior: Theories, Models, and Issues.  Scarecrow Press, pp. 27-62.

 

15.   Hughes-Hassell, S., & Bishop, K. (2007). “Using Focus Group Interview to Improve Library Services to Youth.” In E. Rosenfeld & D. V. Loertscher (Eds.) Toward a 21st-Century School Library Media Program. Scarecrow Press, pp. 373-379.

 

16.   Hughes-Hassell, S., & Hanson-Baldauf, D. (2010). “Public Library Websites and Urban Teenagers’ Health Information Needs. In D.E. Agosto & S. Hughes-Hassell (Eds.) Urban Teens in the Library: Research and Practice. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, pp. 101-112.

 

17.   Hughes-Hassell, S., Hassell, L., & Agosto, D.E. (2010). “Moving Beyond the Stereotypes: Seeing Urban Teenagers as Individuals.  In D.E. Agosto & S. Hughes-Hassell (Eds.) Urban Teens in the Library: Research and Practice. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, pp. 9-19.

 

18.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Harada, V. H. (2007). “Change Agency: An Essential Role for School Library Media Specialists.” In S. Hughes-Hassell & V. H. Harada (Ed.) School Reform and the School Library Media Specialist: Principles and Practices.  Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, pp. 1-16.

 

19.   Hughes-Hassell, S., Mancall, J., Reid, S. & Deglin, S. (2003). “Moving From Cooperation To Collaboration: A Professional Development Model For School And Public Librarians.” In 2003 Educational Media & Technology Yearbook. Association for Educational Communications and Technology and Libraries Unlimited, pp. 260-273.

 

20.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Wheelock, A. (2001). “Leadership and the Practitioner.” In S. Hughes-Hassell & A. Wheelock (Eds.) The Information-Powered School. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, pp. 4-15.

 

21.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Wheelock, A. (2001). “Flexible Access: Essential to Active Learning.”  In S. Hughes-Hassell & A. Wheelock (Eds.) The Information-Powered School. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, pp. 83-93.

 

22.   Morris, V.J.I. with Agosto, D.E., & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2010). “Street Lit: Before You Can Recommend It, You Have to Understand It.” In D.E. Agosto & Sandra Hughes-Hassell (Eds.) Urban Teens in the Library: Research and Practice. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, pp. 53-66.

 

Refereed Journal Articles (in alphabetical order)

 

23.   Agosto, D.E. & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2005). "People, Places, And Questions: Preliminary Findings From An Investigation Of The Everyday Life Information Seeking Behaviors Of Urban Young Adults."  Library and Information Science Research, 27(2): 141-163.

 

24.   Agosto, D.E. & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2006) "Toward A Model Of The Everyday Life Information Needs Of Urban Teenagers: Part 2, Empirical Model." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57 (11): 1418-26.

 

25.   Agosto, D.E. & Hughes-Hassell, S. "Toward A Model Of The Everyday Life Information Needs Of Urban Teenagers: Part 1, Theoretical Model." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57 (10): 1394-403.

 

26.   Agosto, D.E., Hughes-Hassell, S. & Gilmore-Clough, C.  (2003). “An All-White Fantasy World: Surveying the Field For Multicultural Genre Fiction.” Children’s Literature in Education. 34(4): 257-275.

 

27.   Guild, S. & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2001). “The Urban Minority Young Adult Audience: Does Young Adult Literature Pass The Reality Test?” The New Advocate 14(4): 361-377.

 

28.   Hanson-Baldauf, D. & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2009). “The Information and Communication Technology Competencies of Students Enrolled in School Library Media Certification Programs.” Library and Information Science Research, 31(1): 3-11.

 

29.   Harada, V. H. & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2007). “Facing the Reform Challenge: Teacher-librarians as Change Agents.” Teacher Librarian, 35(2): 8-13. 

 

30.   Hughes, S. M. (1993). “The Impact of Whole Language On Four Elementary School Libraries.”  Language Arts, 70: 393-399.

 

31.   Hughes-Hassell, S. (2001). “Implementing Change: What School Library Media Specialists Should Know.” Knowledge Quest, 29 (Jan./Feb.): 11-15.

 

32.   Hughes-Hassell, S. (2008). “Alternative Educational Settings: What Can We Learn from Them?” Knowledge Quest, 37 (1): 8-11

 

33.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Agosto, D. E. (2006). “Planning Library Services for Urban Youth: Implications from Research. Public Libraries, 45(6): 57-63.

 

34.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Agosto, D.E. (2007). “Making Storytime Available to Children of Working Parents: Public Libraries and the Scheduling of Children's Literacy Programs.” Children & Libraries, 5(2): 43-8.

 

35.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Bishop, K. (2004). “Using Focus Group Interviews To Improve Library Services For Youth.” Teacher-Librarian, 32(1): 8-13.

 

36.   Hughes-Hassell, S., Barkley, H.A., & Koehler, E. (2009).  “Promoting Equity In Children’s Literacy Instruction: Using a Critical Race Theory Framework To Examine Transitional Books.” SLMR, 12 (online). http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/aasl/aaslpubsandjournals/slmrb/slmrcontents/volume12/hughes_hassell.cfm

 

37.   Hughes-Hassell, S., & Cox, E. (2010). “Inside Board Books: Representations of People of Color.”  Library Quarterly, 80(3): 211-230.

 

38.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Guild, S. (2002). “The Urban Experience In Recent Young Adult Novels.” The ALAN Review (Spring/Summer): 35-39.

 

39.   Hughes-Hassell, S., & Hanson-Baldauf, D. (2008).” Information and Communication Technology Use by North Carolina School Library Media Specialists: Perceived Competencies and Barriers. School Library Media Research, 11(online)  http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/aasl/aaslpubsandjournals/slmrb/slmrcontents/volume11/hughes_hassell.cfm

 

40.   Hughes-Hassell, S., Hanson-Baldauf, D., & Burke, J. (2008). “Urban Teenagers, Health Information, and Public Library Web Sites.” Young Adult Library Services, 6(4): 35-42.

 

41.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Hinckley, A. (2001).” Reaching Out To Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, And Transgender Youth”. Journal of Youth Services, 15(1): 39-41.

 

42.   Hughes-Hassell, S., Koehler, E., & Barkley, H.A. (2010). “Supporting the literacy needs of African American Transitional Readers.” Teacher Librarian, 37(5):18-24.

 

43.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Lutz, C. (2006). “What Do You Want To Tell Us About Reading? A Survey Of The Habits And Attitudes Of Urban Middle School Students Toward Leisure Reading.” Young Adult Library Services: The Official Journal of the Young Adult Library Services Association, 4(2): 39-45.

 

44.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Miller, E.T. (2003).” Current Trends in Public Library Websites For Young Adults: Meeting The Needs Of Today's Teens Online.” Library & Information Science Research, 25: 1-14.

 

45.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Rodge, P. (2007). “The Leisure Reading Habits of Urban Adolescents.” Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 51 (1): 22-34. 

 

46.   Morris, V, Hughes-Hassell, S., Agosto, D E., & Cottman, D. (2006). “Street Lit: Emptying Teen Fiction Bookshelves In Philadelphia Public Libraries.” Young Adult Library Services, 5(1): 16-23.

 

Refereed Conference Papers (in alphabetical order)

 

47.   Hughes, S. (1999). “The Impact Of Whole Language On Four Elementary School Libraries: Results from A Comparative Case Study.” In Unleash the Power! Knowledge-Technology-Diversity: Papers Presented at the Third International Forum on Research in School Librarianship, 28th Annual Conference of the International Association for School Librarianship (Birmingham, AL, November 10-14, 1999.), pp. 83-94.

 

48.   Hughes-Hassell, S. (2008). “Urban Teenagers Talk About Reading.” Conference Proceedings, 37th Annual Conference of the International Association for School Librarianship (Berkley, CA: August 3-7, 2008). 14p.

 

 

Non-Refereed Publications (in alphabetical order)

 

49.   Allen, K. L., & Hughes-Hassell, S. (2010). Are Teacher Librarians Prepared to Meet the Needs of Students with Disabilities? School Library Monthly. 

 

50.   Hughes S. (1999). “Authentic Assessment.” Learning & Media (Winter):15.

 

51.   Hughes, S. (1999). “Learning from Student Work.” Learning & Media (Spring):17.

 

52.   Hughes, S. (1998). Reading About Educational Standards.” Learning & Media. Fall, 15.

 

53.   Hughes, S. (1999) “The Teacher-Librarian Partnership: A Vehicle For Implementing Standards.”  Learning & Media (Winter): 6-8.

 

54.   Hughes, S. (2000). “Writing to Support Literacy Development: What Authors And Illustrators Need To Know.” Learning & Media  (Spring): 21-22.

 

55.   Hughes-Hassell, S. (2001). “Addressing The Needs Of Urban Students In Pennsylvania: A Role For PSLA.” Learning & Media (Spring): 14-16.

 

56.   Hughes-Hassell, S. (2001). “Growing Up in America’s Inner Cities: A Bibliography.” Learning & Media (Spring): 7-8.

 

57.   Hughes-Hassell, S. (June, 2000). “PSLA Urban School Librarian’s Forum: Key Issues And Recommendations.”  Report to the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association Board of Directors.

 

58.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Cox, E.J. (2008). “Urban Teenagers, Leisure Reading, and the School Library Media Program.”  School Library Media Activities Monthly 25(1): 56-58.

 

59.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Mancall, J.C. (2006). “Designing a Learner-Centered Collection: An Introduction to the Process.” Learning & Media, 34 (3): 6-8.

 

60.   Hughes-Hassell, S. & Mancall, J.C. (2002). “Utilizing Technology To Enhance School/Public Library Collaboration.” Learning & Media (Spring): 5-8.