Scholarship

I have published in peer-reviewed journals in library and information sciences, and my scholarship has been presented during international and regional conferences in the fields of library and information sciences and education.

Refereed Publications

Potnis, D., & Mallary, K. (2021). Analyzing service divide in academic libraries for better serving disabled patrons using assistive technologies. College & Research Libraries.

Potnis, D., & Mallary, K. (2021). Proposing an information value chain to improve information services to disabled patrons using assistive technologies. Journal of Information Science.

Potnis, D., & Mallary, K. (Under Review). Comparing the “value of information services” for providers and vulnerable patrons: A mixed-methods study with academic libraries and disabled students.

Peer-Reviewed Conference Presentations

Copeland, C. A., Mallary, K. J., & Thompson, K. M. (2021). Training LIS professionals to embrace accessibility: Scenarios for inclusive hiring practices and a resilient workplace. Association for Library and Information Science Education 2021 Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Mallary, K. J. (2021). Assistive technologies as conduits for receiving valuable information services. College of Communication & Information’s 43rd Annual Research Symposium. Knoxville, Tennessee.

Mallary, K. J. (2021). Inviting students into the fold: Implementing UDL through service innovation [Webinar]. UDLHE DigiCon 2021.

Gunderman, H., Cannon, L., & Mallary, K. J. (2020). Best practices for whom? Building equitable and accessible research data management education and support in academic libraries. Empirical Librarians 2020. Knoxville, Tennessee.

Dali, K., Thompson, K. M., Dow, M. J., Lund, B., & Mallary, K. J. (2019). Including disability in LIS education and workplaces: From local concerns to global vision. In Proceedings of the Association for Library and Information Science Education 2019 Conference. Knoxville, Tennessee.

Mallary, K. J. (2019). Autoethnographic approach to studying the affective information behavior of a deaf student. In Proceedings of the HCI International 2019 Conference. Orlando, Florida.

Mallary, K. J. (2018). Providing equal access to information in academic & research libraries. In Proceedings of the College of Communication & Information’s 40th Annual Research Symposium. Knoxville, Tennessee.

Potnis, D., & Mallary, K. (2018). Training librarians to better serve patrons using assistive technologies: An inquiry-based approach. In Proceedings of the Association for Library and Information Science Education 2018 Conference. Denver, Colorado.

Invited Presentations

Copeland, C. A., & Mallary, K. J. (2021, February 19). Crafting accessible learning environments through Universal Design and Universal Design for Learning [Webinar]. Morgridge College of Education, The University of Denver.

Mallary, K. J., & Copeland, C. A. (2020, August 24). Universal Design and Universal Design for Learning: Tools in equity of access [Webinar]. In Association for Library and Information Science Education Webinar Series. Retrieved from https://www.alise.org/alise-webinars/.