Sharing Our Stories: Part 2 Expanding LIS Coursework and Discussion About the Library Related Needs of American Indians into Articles and Conference Presentations. American Indian Library Association Newsletter, Summer, 2008.
Sharing Our Stories: Part 1 Incorporating the Library Related Needs of American Indians into LIS Classwork and Discussions. American Indian Library Association Newsletter, Spring, 2008
(Abstract). The Power of Stories: Using Constructivism and Sense-Making to Introduce Native American Students to Tribal Archives. Chapters and Loose Papers: SAA Newsletter for Student Archivists, 2 (2), Spring, 2008.
A Student’s Perspective of the 2007 Rare Books and Manuscripts Section Preconference
September, 2007 , Easy Access, Newsletter of the Northwest Archivists, 33(3).
Diversity in Library Science: The Underrepresented Native American (February 2007). Library Student Journal
Perspectives of a Baby Boomer: What Boomers Will Do To and For Oregon Libraries. (2007). Oregon Library Association Quarterly, 13 (1), 26-27.
Breaking the Ice: Protocols for Native American Archival Materials and Archivists in the Northwest (Terry Baxter, moderator; with Linda Wynne and John Bolcer) Northwest Archivists and ARMA Spring CONFErence, 2008 New Frontiers in Archives and Records Management, Anchorage, Alaska, May 28-31, 2008. University of Alaska at Anchorage
The Power of Stories: Using Constructivism and Sense-Making to Introduce Native American Students to Tribal Archives. Planting the Seeds of Our Research: Indigenous Graduate Students Conference, April 3-4, 2008 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Why Should I Bother Getting an MLS Degree? Oregon Library Association Support Staff Conference, July 20, 2007, Wilsonville, Oregon
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Developing and Managing Library Volunteer Programs. Oregon Library Association Support Staff Conference, July 20, 2007, Wilsonville, Oregon