Refereed Journal Articles

Rieh, S. Y., Bradley, D., Oehrli, J.A., Maxwell, J., Sartorius, E.J., Genova, G., and LeRoy, R. Assessing College Students’ Information Literacy Competencies using a Librarian Role-Playing Method. Library & Information Science Research.

Maxwell, J., Rusk, F., Nielsen, J., Guidara, A., Borges, E., and Lamberti, J. Pursuing Student Success in the Library: A case study in Peer Mentor Program transition, training and engagement. Reference Services Review.

Book Chapters

Maxwell, J., Gorecki, K., Henyard, R., & Morse, B. A. B. (2022). Centering Justice in Content Development: A Case Study of the Police Brutality Teach-Out. In C. Ivory & A. Paisha (Eds.), Using Open Educational Resources to Promote Social Justice. Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries.

Sartorius, E. J., & Maxwell, J. (2021). Mentee 501: How does mentorship fit into the LIS graduate student experience? In Leila Rod-Welch and Barbara E. Weeg (Eds.), Academic Library Mentoring: Fostering Growth and Renewal. Editors. Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries.  

Conference Publications

Maxwell, J and Rusk, F, A Library Peer Mentor Program to Support Student Learning, Career Futures, and a Reference Services Transformation (2022). LOEX Conference Proceedings 2022. 13.

Non-Refereed Electronic Publications

Maxwell, J. (2020). How Undergraduates Evaluate Sources | U-M Library. Tiny Studies: Stories and Reflections from U-M Library Assessment Practitioners.

Maxwell, J., & Sadler, A. (2022). Earth Day at 50 Teach-Out brings together multiple perspectives to create conversation around what a sustainable future looks like. University of Michigan Center for Academic Innovation Blog.

Maxwell, J., & Cole, C. (2019). Connecting Conversations: Earth Day Teach-Out brings learners, experts together. Center for Academic Innovation. Retrieved October 29, 2022, from