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Dr. Gayle A. Bogel

Assistant Professor of Educational Technology
gbogel@fairfield.edu
o: Canisius Hall Rm 102
p: x2324

 

See Selected Works – Fairfield University Digital Commons. 

Articles - Peer Reviewed 

Bogel, G. (2012). Public library summer reading programs contribute to reading progress and proficiency. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. 7 (1), 102-104.

Bogel, G. (2012). Cura Personalis: The School Library through an Ignatian Lens. Knowledge  Quest: Journal of the American Association of School Librarians. 40(5), 46-50.

Bogel, G. (2011). Assessing vocational development in prospective school librarians. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice,  6(4), 158-60.

Bogel, G. (2011). Choosing the right book: Factors that affect children’s reading. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 6(1), 74-77.

Bogel, G. (2009). School Librarians Bill of Responsibilities and the ALA Core Competences. Knowledge Quest: Journal of the American Association of School Librarians, 38(2), 64-68.

Bogel, G. (2008) . Facets of Practice. Knowledge Quest: Journal of the American Association of School Librarians 37 (2). (Guest Editor of Issue).

Bogel, G. (2008). Social marketing and the school library: An effective path to collaboration? Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 3(2), 61-64.

Bogel, G. (2007). Students in Nova Scotia schools without teacher-librarians are not achieving Department of Education expectations for information literacy skills," Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 2(2), 90-93.

Bogel, G. (2006). School libraries play an active, transformational role in student learning and achievement. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 1(4), 49-53.

Professional Journal Articles/Columns 

Bogel, G. (2013) The Art of Managing Volunteers in the School Library. School Library Monthly. Vol 29 (4), 26-28.

Bogel, G. (2007).Dimensions of ICT Literacy. Knowledge Quest:Journal of the American Association of School Librarians 35(5), 72.

Bogel, G. (2006). Going Global. Knowledge Quest: Journal of the American Association of School Librarians 35(2), 78.

Book Chapters

Bogel, G., Bomar, S., Creel, S. & Swarlis, L. (2008). Virtual reference service in a middle school setting. In T. Dalston & M. Pullin (Ed.). Virtual Reference on a Budget: Case Studies. (pp. 67-76). Columbus, Ohio: Linworth.