Exciting news! I was invited to submit an article on my research to the SJSU School of Information Student Research Journal. I think it is one of my best works!
The dissertation has been officially published; however, please excuse the horrible grammar errors…this was submitted for publication at a time when my family was having a health crisis and I apparently submitted a rough draft as a final copy. No one caught it!
HOPWOOD, J.L., 2020. Using Diffusion of Innovation Theory to Explore Factors Influencing Upper Leadership’s Role in Adopting Creativity and Innovation in the State of Maryland (SOM) Public Libraries. Order No. 28264944 ed. Ann Arbor: Drexel University ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global: The Humanities and Social Sciences Collection. ISBN 9798569920914.
Want to check out some of my other professional publications? Check out these links:
Best STEM Resources for NextGen Scientists: The Essential Selection and User’s Guide
Libraries Unlimited 2015
Tech Savvy Library Professionals
Little eLit 2015
Published in the book Young Children, New Media, and Libraries
The Why, What, Who, When, and How of Library Community Partnerships
McFarland February 2012
Published in the book Marketing Your Library: Tips and Tools That Work
Initiating STEM Learning in Libraries
Children and Libraries Summer/Fall 2012 issue
How NOT to Reinvent the STEM Wheel: Using Crowdsourcing and Community Partners
Published in the book How to STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Education in Libraries