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Google Hangouts: Bibliography


Alexander, R. (2013, August). Collaborate in Google hangouts. Learning & Leading with Technology, 41(1), 34+. Retrieved from

Anderson, K. E., & Still, J. M. (2011). An introduction to google plus. Library Hi Tech News, 28(8), 7-10. doi:10.1108/07419051111187842

Berube, L. (2004). Collaborative digital reference: An ask a librarian (UK) overview. Program: Electronic Library and Information Systems, 38(1), 29-41, doi:10.1108/00330330410519189

Booth, C. (2008). Developing skype-based reference services. Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 13(2-3), 147-165. doi:10.1080/10875300802103684

Booth, C. (2010). Chapter 1: VoIP demystified. Library Technology Reports, 46(5), 5+. Retrieved from

Booth, C. (2010). Chapter 4: VoIP in reference, user services, and instruction. Library Technology Reports, 46(5), 25+. Retrieved from

Booth, C. (2010). Chapter 6: Lessons for library innovation. Library Technology Reports, 46(5), 38+. Retrieved from

Booth, C. (2010). Chapter 7: Knowledge sharing and the next-generation network. Library Technology Reports, 46(5), 44+. Retrieved from

Byrne, R. (2012). Making the Most of Video in the Classroom. School Library Journal, 58(8), 15. Retrieved from  e905-45af-a561-03a0d224c264%40sessionmgr115&vid=6&hid=112&

Dankowski, Terra (May 2013). "How libraries are using social media: expanding online toolkits to promote advocacy." American Libraries 38+. Retrieved from

Fredrick, K. (2013). Google... plus. School Library Monthly, 29(6), 23-25. Retrieved from

Graham, T. (2014). Create, record, and broadcast (live) your Google+ hangouts: Conference report. Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship, 26(1), 61-62.  doi:10.1080/1941126X.2014.878631

Hawkins, D. T. (2011, November). NFAIS: a closer look at Google+. Information Today, 28(10), 16. Retrieved from

Kiel, J. M., Montenery, S., Perry, N. N., Jones, A. D., & Ross, D. S. (2013). Google+ gets an A+ in distance education. Journal of Nursing Education, 52(9), 543.  doi:10.3928/01484834-20130822-11

Librarians on the Fly Blog (4/22/13). Broadcast your Google Hangout on Youtube.

Miller, S. (2014). Innovators: Virtually Connected. Library Journal, 139(5), 50. Retrieved from

Schaffhauser, D. (1/16/13). School of Ed Tests Out Google+ Hangouts. Campus Technology. Retrieved from

Schmidt, J. (2007). Promoting library services in a google world. Library Management, 28(6/7), 337-346. doi:10.1108/01435120710774477 

Scholtz, N.  (7/16/14). Remote reference services. University of Michigan Libraries.

Stern, D. (2013, January-February). Virtual reference and in-depth assistance using shared workspaces. Online Searcher, 37(1), 22+. Retrieved from

Williams, K. C. (2014). Office hours: bringing them to where your students are. NACTA Journal, 58(1), 81. Retrieved from