Here are some images and references for my presentation with Logan Rath and Carol Anne Germain, "How Can Theory Help Us Be Better Librarians? A Panel Discussion". Please feel free to contact me if you have questions or want to discuss!
Kuhlthau's information search process model:
Radford's content/relational model:
Application of Stebbins' serious leisure perspective:
Kuhlthau, C. C. (2004). Seeking meaning: A process approach to library and information services, Libraries Unlimited.
Radford, M. L. & Radford G. P. (2017). Library conversations: Applying interpersonal communication theory in face-to-face and virtual contexts. ALA Editions.
VanScoy, A. (2019). Conceptual and procedural knowledge: A framework for analyzing point-of-need information literacy instruction. Communications in Information Literacy, 13(2), 164-183.
VanScoy, A., Thomson, L., Hartel, J. (2020). Applying theory in practice: The Serious Leisure Perspective and public library programming. Library & Information Science Research, 42(3).
Amy VanScoy, MLIS, PhD
Department of Information Science
Graduate School of Education
University at Buffalo
vanscoy @ buffalo.edu