Bonn, M., Cross, W. and Bolick, J. (2020). Finding Our Way: A Snapshot of Scholarly Communication Practitioners’ Duties & Training. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 8(1), p.eP2328. DOI:

Bolick, J., Bonn, M., and Cross, W. (2017). Community-Led Teaching and Learning: Designing an Open Educational Resource for Scholarly Communication and Legal Issues. Against the Grain, 29:4, 23-24. Also available at

Cross, W., Oleen, J., & Perry, A. (2017). Jump Start Your Scholarly Communication Initiatives: Lessons Learned From Redesigning the Scholarly Communications Roadshow for a New Generation of Librarians, ACRL 2017 Proceedings.

Bonn, M. (2014). Tooling up: Scholarly communication education and training. College and Research Library News, 75(3).

Davis, H. & Cross, W. (2014). Using a Data Management Plan Review Service as Training Ground for Librarians. Journal of Librarianship & Scholarly Communication, 3(2) p.eP1243. DOI:

Cross, W. & Edwards, P. (2011). Preservice Legal Education for Academic Librarians within ALA-Accredited Degree Programs. portal: Libraries and the Academy, 11(1) 533-550.


Do They Teach that in Library School?: Educational Preparation for Scholarly Communication Work in Libraries. Library Publishing Forum. Vancouver, BC. May 10, 2019. Handout/Discussion Prompt

OER + Scholarly Communication. ACRL 2019 Preconference, Cleveland, OH. April 10, 2019. Slides

Bringing New Scholarly Communication Librarians into Bloom. Lively Discussion. Charleston Conference. Charleston, SC. November 7, 2018. Slides.

Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom: Planting Local Open Educational Resources that Will Spring Up Across the Field. Charleston Conference Preconference. Charleston, SC. November 6, 2018. Slides.

OER is for Everyone!: Granularity as an Approach to Scaling OER Creation through Open Canvas. Open Education Conference. Niagara Falls, NY. October 12, 2018. Slides.

What do MLIS Faculty Know about OER? Open Education Conference. Niagara Falls, NY. October 12, 2018. Slides.

Expanding Scholarly Communication Instruction for the Next Generation of LIS Leaders: Building an Open Educational Resource to Support the Work of Scholarly Communication. Library Publishing Forum. Minneapolis, MN. May 23, 2018. *NOTE: due to an injury Maria was unable to travel & Sarah Hare kindly represented our work at LPF18.

Collective Development of Open Educational Resources in Scholarly Communication. A session for interaction and engagement. iConference. Sheffield, U.K. March 26, 2018.

Soup from a Stone: Collective Development of Open Educational Resources that Welcome Underrepresented Voices to Scholarly Communication. The Library Collective. Knoxville, TN. March 1, 2018. See also Community Notes.

Expanding Scholarly Communication Instruction for the Next Generation of LIS Leaders. The Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Conference. Denver, CO. February 6, 2018. Poster and handout available at

Walking the Walk for Open Pedagogy: Community Design of a Shared Open Educational Resources about Scholarly Communication for Librarians and Learners. Open Education Conference. Anaheim, CA. October 12, 2017. Discussion prompt/handout.

Bonn, M., Training and Hiring the Next Generation: New Directions in Information Education. The Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Series. Cambridge, England, April 10-12, 2014.


Scholarly Communication Notebook. IMLS National Leadership Grant LG-36-19-0021-19. $247,128. July 2019 – June 2022. Proposal materials:

Designing OERs to Prepare the Next Generation of Scholarly Communication Librarians. IMLS National Digital Platform Planning Grant LG-72-17-0132-17. $49,808. Nov. 2017 – October 2018.