Wolfson, A., Brooks, M., Kumbier, A., and Lenares, D. (2013.) “Monitoring and Promoting the Impact of Pedagogically-Related Scholarship.” Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education. doi: 10.1002/bmb.20730. Authors’ pre-print.

Beile, Penny M. and Adams, Megan M. (July 2000). “Other Duties As Assigned: Emerging Trends in the Academic Library Job Market.College & Research Libraries, 61 (4) 336-347.

Adams, Megan. (1996). “Evaluation of Cabinet-Level World Wide Web Homepages.” Government Information Quarterly 13 (3), 329-335.

Blog & Newsletter Posts

Boylan, Kate and Brooks, Megan. (8 May 2019). Creating new knowledge from the past—Archives & Digital Initiatives. Wheaton Blog.

8 Deans Share: What I Wish I Had Known. (27 January 2019,) Chronicle of Higher Education.

Brooks, Megan. (18 December 2018.) Developing Information Literacy Skills in First Year Students. Wheaton Blog.

Blanchat, Kelly and Brooks, Megan. (15 June 2015). Collecting Cats: Library Lessons from Neko Atsume. ACRLog.  Authors’ pre-print.

Brooks, Megan.  (25 September 2014). “Hospitality and Your New Staff Member.” Letters to a Young Librarian.

Brooks, Megan. (14 August 2014.) “Job Fit Revisited: What to Do When You Are the Square Peg.” Letters to a Young Librarian.

Wolfson, A. and Brooks, M. (10 December 2013.) “With altmetrics on the rise, the education community can capture insights into how pedagogy research is being used.” LSE Impact of Social Sciences.

Adams, Megan. (1999). “WSS Annual Program: Inquiring and Learning Between the Lines: Interdisciplinary Research and the Academic Library.” Women’s Studies Section Newsletter 14 (2), 4.

Book Reviews

Reviewer for CHOICE, 1996-2003.


LibGOAL: Plotting your personal and organizational goals for success. (2018). Contributor.