Research Experience

Peer-Reviewed
Articles

2020

  • Acadia, S. (2020). The organizational trap-gap framework: A conceptual view of library dysfunction. IFLA Journal, 46(1), 72-87. http://bit.ly/trap70199

 

2016​

  • Acadia, S. Knowledge translation and ethics in public and population health from a knowledge management perspective. Ethics, Medicine, and Public Health, 2(2), 302-309.   http://bit.ly/know04012

  • Acadia, S. Books be gone! Reducing a library’s print collection by half to meet strategic planning initiatives and participate in a joint library resource-sharing facility. Journal of Library Administration, 56(2), 144-157. http://bit.ly/books05668

2013​

  • Acadia, S. Reference and research resources for medical sociology, medical anthropology, and health psychology. Column ed: K. M. Polacek. Reference and User Services Quarterly, 53(2), 119-125. http://bit.ly/refres119

  • Acadia, S. Social networks and human health in the Arctic. Medical Sociology Online, 7(2), 34-47. http://bit.ly/arcmedsoc (site no longer active)

2012​

  • Acadia, S. Academic research journals in medical sociology, medical anthropology, and contemporary social medicine: A focus on public and global health. Behavioral and Social Sciences Librarian, 31(1), 39-75. http://bit.ly/acajour57603

Books

2020

  • Acadia, S., & Fjellestad, M. T. (Eds.) (2020). Library and information studies for Arctic social sciences and humanities. London: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-1385-8619-2.  https://bit.ly/routarct

2019

  • Bartlett, J. A., & Acadia, S. (Eds.) Libraries that learn: Keys to managing organizational knowledge. Chicago: American Library Association. ISBN: 978-0-8389-1831-9. http://bit.ly/libtlearn 

Book
Chapters

2020

  • Acadia, S., & Fjellestad, M. T. (2020). Introduction: Why this book and why the Arctic? In: S. Acadia & M. T. Fjellestad (Eds.), Library and information studies for Arctic social sciences and humanities (pp. 1-65). London: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-1385-8619-2.  https://bit.ly/routarct

2019

  • Acadia, S. Histories, theories, and perspectives of knowledge management. In: J. A. Bartlett & S. Acadia (Eds.), Libraries that learn: Keys to managing organizational knowledge (pp. 3-22). Chicago: American Library Association. ISBN: 978-0-8389-1831-9.  http://bit.ly/learn18319

  • Acadia, S., & Bartlett, J. A. Challenges and issues in managing organizational knowledge. In: J. A. Bartlett & S. Acadia (Eds.), Libraries that learn: Keys to managing organizational knowledge (pp. 23-48). Chicago: American Library Association. ISBN: 978-0-8389-1831-9. http://bit.ly/learn18319

  • Bartlett, J. A., & Acadia, S. Conceptual and technological tools for knowledge management. In: J. A. Bartlett & S. Acadia (Eds.), Libraries that learn: Keys to managing organizational knowledge (pp. 49-65). Chicago: American Library Association. ISBN: 987-0-8389-1831-9.  http://bit.ly/learn18319

2016​

  • Turner, L., & Acadia, S. Selection, implementation, and behavioural considerations for knowledge management tool adoption. In: L. Bultrini, S. McCallum, W. Newman, & J. Sempéré (Eds.), Knowledge management in libraries and organizations (pp. 156-169). Berlin: de Gruyter Saur. ISBN: 978-3-11-041310-6. http://bit.ly/km13106

Conference Presentations, Papers, & Sessions

2018

  • Acadia, S., & Goben, A. Research data management requirements in social and behavioral sciences academic journals. Presentation at the IASSIST 2018 Conference,  May 29- Jun. 1, Montreal, Quebec. 

2017

  • Acadia, S., & Kellam, L. Doing data together: Constructing professional connections for global data librarians. Poster presented at the 83rd IFLA World Library and Information Congress, Aug. 19-25, Wroclaw, Poland. http://library.ifla.org/2035/

  • Acadia, S., & Näveri-Ranta, H. Facilitating social sciences and humanities scholarship of the Arctic through library, archival, and information services. Peer-reviewed, organized, and chaired six presentations for two sessions (17.2a and 17.2b) at the IASSA 9th International Conference for Arctic Social Sciences, Jun. 8-12, Umeå, Sweden.

  • Acadia, S. Research data management strategies and opportunities. Organized and chaired three presentations for session at the IASSIST 2017 Conference, May 23-26, Lawrence, Kansas.

  • Acadia, S., & Cervone, H. F. Knowledge management: Introduction and application for the social sciences. Presentation at the IASSIST 2017 Conference, May 23-26, Lawrence, Kansas.

2016​

  • Acadia, S. Sharing practices and actions for making best use of organizational knowledge in libraries. Peer-reviewed, organized, and chaired eight presentations and one panel for the Knowledge Management Section Satellite Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio prior to the 82nd IFLA World Library and Information Congress, Aug. 13-19, Columbus, Ohio.

2015​

  • Turner, L., & Acadia, S. Knowledge managers as the modern information professional: Integrating 12 KM tasks in an embedded position. Paper presented at the Knowledge Management Section Satellite Conference prior to the 81st IFLA World Library and Information Congress, Aug. 24-30, Cape Town, South Africa.

  • Acadia, S. Books be gone! Reducing a library’s print collection by half to meet strategic planning initiatives and participation in the Joint Library Facility of the University of Texas and Texas A&M Systems. Poster presented at the ACRL Conference, Mar. 25-28, Portland, Oregon.

2014​

  • Turner, L., & Acadia, S. Selection, implementation, and behavioral considerations for knowledge management tool adoption: A case study of a financial services company’s decision-making process. Paper presented at the Knowledge Management Section Satellite Conference prior to the 80th IFLA World Library and Information Congress, Aug. 16-22, Lyon, France.

 

2012​

  • Acadia, S., & Sikes, K. E. Library collections as indicators of social and cultural transitions in knowledge: Gender and the Woman’s Collection at Texas Woman’s University. Paper presented at the Women, Information, and Libraries Special Interest Group Satellite Conference in Tampere, Finland prior to the 78th IFLA World Library and Information Congress, Aug. 11-17, Helsinki, Finland.

Professional Articles
(Selected)

2015

2013

  • Acadia, S. Medical sociology and medical anthropology, part 2: An introduction to books and websites. ANSS Currents, 28(1), 20-22.  http://bit.ly/medsocp2

2012​

  • Acadia, S. Medical sociology and medical anthropology, part 1: What are they and why do you need to know? ANSS Currents, 27(2), 21-23. http://bit.ly/medsocp1

2011​

  • Acadia, S. Arctic research: Environment, health, and culture of the Circumpolar North. College and Research Libraries News, 72(2), 104-107. http://bit.ly/arcres8513

Database / Encyclopedia Articles

2016

  • Acadia, S. Gender, identity, and sexuality. In: E. Stocks (Ed.), Applied concepts in psychology (Vol. 4). Gale Researcher online database.

  • Acadia, S. Humanistic theories of personality. In: E. Stocks (Ed.), Applied concepts in psychology (Vol. 2). Gale Researcher online database.

  • Acadia, S. Social and political movements in gender and sexuality. In: E. Stocks (Ed.), Applied concepts in psychology (Vol. 4). Gale Researcher online database.

  • Acadia, S. Suicide. In: E. Stocks (Ed.), Applied concepts in psychology (Vol. 8). Gale Researcher online database.

Project Grants, Awards, & Fundraising

USD

  • $27,000 for various university diversity and inclusion initiatives, 2014, 2017-2018

  • $1,500 for sponsorship of IFLA Knowledge Management Satellite Conference, Cincinnati, OH, 2016

  • $81,000 for improvement of school campus facilities, 2013

  • $6,900 for creation of online reference and research website, guide, and tutorials, 2011-2012

CAD

  • $2,000 for research on the book Library and Information Sciences for Arctic and Northern Studies, forthcoming

  • $1,500​ for research on the book Library and Information Studies for Arctic Social Sciences and Humanities published by Routledge, 2020

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