Publications and Presentations

Content

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2017). Identifying as a Librarian: When LIS Graduates in Non-Library Roles Use the Title “Librarian” / S’identifier comme bibliothécaire : quand les diplômés BSI utilisent le titre de « bibliothécaire » en dehors du milieu bibliothécaire. Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science, 41(3): 186-210.

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2017). Personalizing Professionalism: The Professional Identity Experiences of LIS Graduates in Non-Library Roles. Journal of Librarianship & Information Science.

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2017). Competencies for Information Specialists in Emerging Roles. Library Management, 38(1).

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2016). The Value of the MLS or MLIS degree: Transferable skills identified by LIS graduates in non-library roles. The Bottom Line, 29(3).

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa A. (2015). Librarians Outside of Libraries: The Experiences of Library and Information Science Graduates Working Outside of Libraries. LIBRI, 65(4).

Articles and Blog Posts

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2016). The Future of the Profession. Librarianship.ca

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2014). Moving from Librarian to Knowledge Manager. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 9(2).

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2013). Library and Information Science (LIS) Transferable Competencies. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library & Information Practice & Research, 8(2), 1-32.

Book Chapters

Melissa Fraser-Arnott , (2018), Combining Project Management and Change Management for Project Success in Libraries, in Alice Daugherty , Samantha Schmehl Hines (ed.) Project Management in the Library Workplace (Advances in Library Administration and Organization, Volume 38) Emerald Publishing Limited, pp.167 – 186

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2015). “Chapter 11: Expanding the Horizon of the MLIS: Non-Library LIS Careers” in Hirsh, S. An Introduction to Today’s Information Services.

Presentations and Posters

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2018). “Evolving practices and professional identity: how the new work we do relates to how we view and define the profession of librarianship”. L2L Seminar / Workshop: Re-imagining identity: A seminar / workshop on professional identity for library staff who teach.  Dublin Institute of Technology, 23 May 2018.

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2018). “A Day in the Life of a Leader: Part 3“. San Jose State University (SJSU) iSchool. (Webcast)

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2017). “Identifying as a Librarian: When and If LIS Graduates in Non-Library Roles Use the Title ‘Librarian'”. (Poster). CAIS 2017 Conference – The Warp & Weft of Knowledge: Information Threads Connecting Disciplines, Identities, and Perspectives. Toronto, ON, Canada.

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2017). “Competencies for Information Specialists“. (Presentation). Library 2.017: Expertise, Competencies and Careers, Online. (Virtual Conference)

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2016). “Personalizing Success: The Professional Identity Experiences of Library and Information Science (LIS) Graduates in Non-Library Roles”
(Poster, ALISE/Jean Tague Sutcliffe Doctoral Student Research Poster Competition).
ALISE 2016 Conference, Boston, MA, USA.

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2014). “Librarians as Knowledge Managers: How Librarians Can Lead and Support Organizational Knowledge Management Initiatives” (Presentation)
ARMA 2014 Fall IM Days, Ottawa, ON, Canada

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2014). “Smart Training: Optimizing Training Initiatives” (Presentation). Canadian Library Association Conference 2014, Victoria, BC, Canada

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2014). “Moving from Librarian to Knowledge Manager: How Libraries and Librarians Can Play a Key Role in Organizational Knowledge Management:
(Presentation). Canadian Library Association Conference 2014, Victoria, BC, Canada

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2013). “Opportunities for LIS Graduates: Capitalizing on our Transferable Competencies” (Presentation). Library 2.013 (Virtual Conference)

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2012). “Transferable Competencies: Opportunities for LIS Graduates in Non-Librarian Positions” (Presentation). CLA Ottawa Fall Kick-Off, Ottawa, ON, Canada

Fraser, Melissa. (2011). “Web Tools for Library Marketing”. (Presentation).
Ontario Association of Library Technicians (OALT/ABO), 2011 Conference, Ottawa, ON, Canada

Fraser, Melissa. (2010). “Web 2.0 Tools for Library Marketing”. (Poster Presentation).
Canadian Library Association Conference 2010, Edmonton, AB, Canada

Fraser, Melissa. (2010). “Web Tools for Library Marketing / Outils Web pour le marketing des bibliothèques” (Presentation). Canadian Federal Libraries Strategic Network (CFLSN), 2010, Ottawa, ON, Canada

Thesis

Fraser-Arnott, Melissa. (2016). Personalizing Professionalism: The Professional Identity Experiences of LIS Graduates in Non-Library Roles. (Doctoral Dissertation). Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

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