Demonstrating the Importance of Context with Google Earth, 2016 National Legal Research Teach-In Kit, RIPS-SIS.
White Slavery in the Northwoods: Early U.S. Anti-Sex Trafficking and its Continuing Relevance to Trafficking Reform, 23 William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law 75 (Fall 2016, Special Issue on Human Trafficking). Earlier edition winner of the LHRB-SIS Morris L. Cohen (Law) Student Essay Competition Award, 2014.
Engaging the Third Sovereign: The Nature, Reach, and Sources of Tribal Law, Wisconsin Lawyer, May 2015. Winner of the GLL-SIS Professional Publication Award, 2016.
Ch. 11, State and Municipal Legislation; Ch. 18, Legal Periodicals and Indexes; and Appendix B, State Guides to Legal Research in Fundamentals of Legal Research (Barkan, Bintliff, & Whisner eds., 10th ed., 2014).
'Whatever Tribal Precedent There May Be': The (Un)Availability of Tribal Law, 106 Law Library Journal 199 (Spring 2014).
Yes, There’s an App for That: iPad and iPhone Productivity Apps for Librarians, in Best Practices for Government Libraries 2013.
Motivating Staff: What Works and What Doesn't - Program Review from the 2013 AALL Annual Meeting, 31 LLAW Briefs 4 (Fall 2013).
With Deborah Ginsberg and Meg Kribble, Inspiring Innovation: Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating the Web 2.0 Challenge, 101 Law Library Journal 355, Summer 2009.
With Heidi Yelk, A Guide to Wisconsin Legal Information Sources, Wisconsin Lawyer, July 2009.
Ch. 11, State and Municipal Legislation; Ch. 18, Legal Periodicals and Indexes; and Appendix B, State Guides to Legal Research in Fundamentals of Legal Research (Barkan, Mersky, & Dunn eds., 9th ed., 2009).
Regular contributor, WisBar InsideTrack electronic newsletter of the Wisconsin State Bar, January - May 2009.
With Deborah Ginsberg and Meg Kribble, I Want My Web 2.0: Reflections on the CS-SIS Web 2.0 Challenge, AALL Spectrum, April 2009 at 28.
Web 2.0 Challenge sponsored by the AALL Computing Services Special Interest Section, A five week online course to introduce law librarians to Web 2.0 technologies, July-August 2008.
IM a Librarian: Establishing a Virtual Reference Service with Little Cost or Technical Skill, LLRX.com, August 27, 2007.
Law Library Offers Alumni Electronic and Print Resources, Gargoyle, Summer 2007, at 8.
Too Much Information: Filtering RSS Feeds, Connecting... (Newsletter of the Computing Services SIS, American Association of Law Libraries), December 2006, at 15.
RSS: Making the Internet Subscribeable, Wisconsin Lawyer, August 2006.
Blogs: The Hot New Technology for Communication and Information, 14 Risk Management Memo 1 (2nd Qtr 2006).
RSS: It's About Time, Connecting... (Newsletter of the Computing Services SIS, American Association of Law Libraries), December 2005, at 8.
It's About Opportunities: Reflections on Celebrating National Library Week, AALL Spectrum, November 2005, at 8.
Searching Smarter: Finding Legal Resources on the Invisible Web, Wisconsin Lawyer, September 2004, at 19. Reprinted in The Colorado Lawyer, February 2005, at 37.
With Carol Bannen, Write and Reach Out: AALL Chapters Tout the Value of Law Librarians through Journal Submissions, AALL Spectrum, March 2004, at 18.
With Carol Bannen, LLAW Creates Success Story with Chapter Publishing, AALL Spectrum, February 2004, at 24.
The Circle of Life: Managing a Law Library Web Site Redesign Project, 95 Law Library Journal 47 (Winter 2003). Winner of the AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers Award in the Newer Member Division, 2002.
In the Eye of the Beholder: Terms & Connectors v. Natural Language Searching, Wisconsin Law Journal, June 18, 2003, at 10A.
A Guide to Wisconsin Legal Information Sources, Wisconsin Lawyer, October 2002, at 26.
Just What the Webmaster Ordered: Tips for Marketing a Law Library Web Site, AALL Spectrum, March 2002, at 12.
"This Naughty, Naughty City": Prostitution in Eau Claire from the Frontier to the Progressive Era, 81 Wisconsin Magazine of History 1 (Autumn 1997) at 30.
Excerpted in Genevieve G. McBride's, Women's Wisconsin: From Native Matriarchies to the New Millennium (Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 2005).
WisBlawg - From the UW Law Library, A Blog Offering Legal Research and Internet News & Information with an Emphasis on Wisconsin, May 2004 to date. Featured in BlawgWorld 2007 & BlawgWorld 2006 (Technolaywer eBook).
Feb. 24, 2017, White Slavery in the Northwoods: Early U.S. Anti-Sex Trafficking and its Continuing Relevance to Trafficking Reform, William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law Symposium, Williamsburg, VA.
Apr. 11, 2016, Affordable (or Free!) Research Tools for Small Firms Lawyers, CLE Program in partnership with UW Law School Office of Career & Professional Development, Madison, WI
July 13, 2014, White Slavery in the Northwoods: Early Sex Trafficking Narratives and the Reformation of Law in the Late Nineteenth Century, Legal History and Rare Books Special Interest Section, Morris L. Cohen Essay Award Presentation, AALL Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX
July 14, 2013, Yes, There's an App for That: iPad and iPhone Apps for Productivity and Fun, Cool Tools Cafe, AALL Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA
July 25, 2011, Co-coordinate the Cool Tools Cafe, AALL Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA
July 11, 2010, Co-coordinate program and present Record, Search and Track Reference Interactions with Gimlet at the Cool Tools Cafe, AALL Annual Meeting, Denver, CO
January 14, 2010, Emerging Technologies in Law Libraries: It's Everyone's Business, Law Librarians Association of Wisconsin, 2nd Quarterly Business Meeting, Madison/Milwaukee, WI
July 27, 2009, I Want My Web 2.0: Lessons from the Web 2.0 Challenge Everyone Can Use (or "Get Your MySpace for Nothing and Your RSS for Free"), AALL Annual Meeting, Washington DC
June 18, 2009, Firefox Add-ons for Legal Research, CALI Conference for Law School Computing, Boulder, CO
May 28, 2009, Emerging Technologies in Law Libraries: It's Everyone's Business, Minnesota Association of Law Libraries Annual Spring Conference, St. Paul, MN
September 20, 2008, Using Technology Tools for Information Discovery and Management, Midwest Law & Society Retreat, Madison, WI
July 15, 2008, Cool Tools: Energizing Law Librarianship with Web 2.0, American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting, Portland, OR
May 8, 2008, This Blog's For You, State Bar of Wisconsin 2008 Annual Convention, Madison, WI
February 20, 2008, Writing for the Legal Community - a panel discussion, Law Librarians Association of Wisconsin meeting, Madison, WI
November 30, 2007, Build Better Briefs: A Guide to Legal Research and Citation Tools on the Internet, Wisconsin Solo & Small Firm Conference, Milwaukee, WI
July 15, 2007, Blogging and Beyond: New Communication Streams for Technical Services Librarians, Technical Services Special Interest Section, American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA
May 18, 2007, Web 2.0: New Tools for Doing & Teaching Legal Research, Back to the Future of Legal Research, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, IL.
May 2007, Conducting Legal Research, Legal Assistant Certification Program, Drake & Co., Madison, WI
April 19, 2007, Beyond Newsletters: RSS Feeds, Blogs, and Podcasts, Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians Conference, Wisconsin Dells, WI
November 8, 2006, Delivery Tools: Blogs, RSS, Alerts & Podcasts, Legal Personnel of South Central Wisconsin, Madison, WI
November 3, 2006, Beyond Newsletters: RSS Feeds, Blogs, and Podcasts, Wisconsin Library Association Annual Conference, Wisconsin Dells, WI
October 20, 2006, Blogging in Libraries, National Conference of State Legislatures' Legislative Research Librarians Professional Development Seminar, Madison, WI
September 26, 2006, Internet Searches: How to Get Accurate and Reliable Information, National Business Institute, Madison, WI
August 16 & 17, 2006, Internet Research in Wisconsin, Lorman Education Services, Brookfield, WI & Madison, WI
June 20, 2006, Using Technology for Training: Blogs, Reaching Users through Communication and Technology, Workshop at Wisconsin State Law Library, Madison, WI
May 2, 2006, Using Blogs for Current Awareness and Communication, Association of Legal Administrators 35th Annual Education Conference and Exposition, Montreal Quebec, Canada
April 3, 2006, WisBlawg: Creating and Sustaining a Successful Blog, UW-Madison Showcase 2006, Madison, WI
November 18, 2005, Blogging @ Your Library, Southwest Wisconsin Library System, Fennimore, WI
November 11-12, 2005, Introduction to RSS and News Aggregators, BlawgThink 2005, Chicago, IL
November 8, 2005, Skyrocket Your Practice on a Shoestring: Blogs and Podcasting and 60 New Legal PC Tips, Gadgets & Websites in 60 Minutes, Wisconsin Law and Technology Conference, Milwaukee, WI
November 2, 2005, All about Blogs: Using Blogs for Current Awareness and Communication, Workshop at Wisconsin State Law Library, Madison, WI
October 13, 2005, Legal Research on the New Web: Blogs & RSS, Ohio Regional Association of Law Libraries (ORALL) Annual Meeting, Indianapolis
August 25, 2005, Blogs & RSS as Reference Tools, Reference Retreat, UW-Madison Libraries, Madison, WI
August 10 & September 21, 2005, Conquering the Invisible Web, Workshop at Wisconsin State Law Library, Madison, WI
July 20, 2005, Beyond the Blog: RSS, Wikis & Blikis - Staying Current in Less Time with RSS, American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX
December 10, 2004, Blogging @ Your Library: Finding, Reading & Creating Library Blogs, Fox Valley Library Council, Neenah, WI
July 14, 2003, Redesign Your Web Site: Manage, Implement and Test the Changes - Managing a Law Library Website Redesign Project, American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.
July 22, 2002, AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers - The Circle of Life: Managing a Law Library Web Site Redesign Project, American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL
July 20, 2002, Webmasters Workshop: Marketing Your Chapter Website, American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL