M.A. (1994) Syracuse University, American History
M.L.S. (2003) Emporia State University
The implications of emerging technologies for student learning, scholarship and knowledge creation.
Information Literacy assessment.
The intersections between the pedagogies of student engagement and information literacy.
Impact of mobile technologies on undergraduates' information behaviors; Instruction Librarianship & reflective practice
Librarian of the Year, 2011, Oregon Library Association
Publications and More
Deitering, A.M. and Rempel H.G. (2011). "Share and Share Alike: Barriers and Solutions to Tutorial Creation and Management." Communications in Information Literacy, 5(2), 102-116.
Deitering, A.M. and Gronemyer, K. (January 2011). "Beyond Peer-Reviewed Articles: Using Blogs to Enrich Students' Understanding of Scholarly Work." portal: Libraries and the Academy, 11(1), 489-503.
Gronemyer, K. and Deitering, A.M. (December 2009). "I don't think it's harder, just that it's different": Librarians' attitudes about instruction in the virtual reference environment." Reference Services Review, 37(4), 421-34.
Deitering, A.M. and Jameson, S. (Summer 2008). Step by Step through the Scholarly Conversation: A Collaborative Library/Writing Faculty Project to Embed Information Literacy and Promote Critical Thinking in First Year Composition at Oregon State University. College and Undergraduate Libraries, 15(1/2).
Deitering, A.M. (2008). Using Wikipedia to Eavesdrop on the Scholarly Conversation. Case study in Information Literacy Meets Library 2.0. (J.E. Parker and P. Godwin, Editors). Facet Publishing.
Deitering, A.M. (2007). Reflection and Thinking and all of that Stuff: Learning, Engagement and the Net Generation. Chapter in Our New Public, A Changing Clientele. (Gerard McCabe, James R. Kennedy and Lisa Vardeman, Editors). Libraries Unlimited Library Management Collection.
Deitering A.M. and Bridgewater, R. (Spring 2007). Stop reinventing the wheel: Using wikis for professional knowledge sharing. Journal of Web Librarianship, 1(1).
Old Habits are Hard to Break: Lessons Learned from a Mixed-Methods Study (with Hannah Gascho Rempel and Stefanie Buck).
May 4, 2012
Can We Really Do It All: Challenges We Face As Librarians Who Teach (with Kate Gronemyer).
OLA Annual Conference
April 26, 2012
6 Students, 6 iPads, 60 Photographs: A Qualitative Study of Undergraduate Information Practices in the Mobile Landscape (with Margaret Mellinger)
February 10, 2012
Integrating Information Literacy into the First Year
Academic Impressions (Webcast)
February 7, 2012
Build it, share it, borrow it: Breaking down the barriers to tutorial creation (with Hannah Gascho Rempel).
June 2, 2011
Emerging Technologies! Information Literacy! Disruptive Change!
Emerging Technology & IL Teaching Workshop, Washington State Community and Technical Colleges
July 14, 2010
Do as I Say and as I Do: Instruction Librarianship as Reflective Practice (with Kate Gronemyer)
May 26, 2009
Peer Review 2.0: Tomorrow's Scholarship for Today's Students (with Kate Gronemyer)
LOEX of the West
June 6, 2008
Lonelygirl and the Beast: Alternate Reality Games as Immersive Marketing, Art and Information (with Rachel Bridgewater)
February 22, 2008