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Going qual in: Towards methodologically inclusive data work in academic libraries (forthcoming)


Jessica Hagman, Hilary Bussell


IASSIST Quarterly, forthcoming


Free tools for qualitative data analysis


Jessica Hagman


ANSS Currents, vol. 36, 2021, pp. 10-22


Centering analysis strategies and open tools for qualitative data analysis


Jessica Hagman


Dawn M. Mueller, Proceedings of the Association of College & Research Libraries Conference, ACRL, Chicago, 2021 Apr, pp. 394--401


Welcome to the library: Building a social orientation campaign


Jessica Hagman


Kylie Bailin, Benjamin Jahre, Sarah Morris, Planning academic library orientations: Case studies from around the world, Elsevier, 2018, pp. 87-94


From training to learning: Developing student employees through experiential learning design


H. Bussell, J. Hagman


Pete McDonnell, The experiential library: Transforming academic and research libraries through the power of experiential learning , Chandos Publishing, 2017, pp. 147--159


Finding friends for our first alumna: Connecting patrons with special collections via social media


Jessica Hagman, Janet Carleton


College & Research Libraries News, vol. 74, 2017, pp. 14--17


Research needs and learning format preferences of graduate students at a large public university: An exploratory study


H. Bussell, J. Hagman, Christopher S. Guder


Coll. Res. Libr., vol. 78, 2017, pp. 978-998


Mixin’ it up: Using a mixed-methods approach to understand graduate research needs


Hilary Bussell, Jessica Hagman, Christopher S. Guder


Proceedings of the of the American College & Research Libraries Conference , ACRL, 2015, pp. 554--565


Better together: Collaborating with students on library social media


Jessica Hagman, Janet Carleton


Public Services Quarterly, vol. 10, 2014 Jul, pp. 238--244


Joining the Twitter conversation


Jessica Hagman


Public Services Quarterly, vol. 8, 2012, pp. 78--85

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