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Bury, S., Craig, D., & Shujah, S. 2017. Celebrating undergraduate students’ research at York University: Information literacy competencies of high-achieving students. Journal of Information Literacy, 11(2): 4–27.

Bury, S. (2017) “Chapter D [Canada].” In ACRL Student Learning and Information Literacy Committee, Global Perspectives on Information Literacy Working Group (Ed), Global Perspectives on Information Literacy: Fostering a Dialogue for International Understanding. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries.

Bury Sophie and Sheese, Ron. (2016) “Academic Literacies as Cornerstones in Course Design: A Partnership to Develop Programming for Faculty and Teaching Assistants.” Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice. 13.3.

Bury, Sophie. (2016) “Learning from Faculty Voices on Information Literacy: Opportunities and Challenges for Information Literacy Education.” Reference Services Review. 44.3: 237-252.

Bury, Sophie. (2011). “Faculty Attitudes, Perceptions and Experiences of Information Literacy: A Study Across Multiple Disciplines at York University, Canada.” Journal of Information Literacy. 5.1: 45-64

Bury, Sophie and Richard Leblanc (2007).  “Corporate Governance Research on the Free Web: A Selected Annotated Guide.”Reference Services Review 35.3: 497-51

Bury, Sophie and Amanda Wakaruk (2007). “Are You Prepared? Emergency and Disaster Service Web Resources”. AccessOLA 13.2: 42-43.

Bury, Sophie and Joanne Oud. “Usability Testing of an Online Information Literacy Tutorial.” Reference Services Review 33.1 (2005): 54-65.

Bury, Sophie. “EBSCO’s Serials Directory and” (A Comparative Review). The Charleston Advisor 6.3 (2005): 21-2

Gillham, Virginia, Wendy Newman, Sophie Bury et al. “Wilfrid Laurier University and the Brantford Public Library: A Unique Exercise in Joint Service Provision”. Feliciter 49. 6 (2003): 298-301.


Bury, Sophie. Continuing Professional Development and Irish Libraries: Report of Key Survey Findings. Executive Summary. January 2010.
This is a summary of the full report written and based on survey research carried out over the months of July to December 2009 by Sophie Bury, while in the role of Visiting Professional Scholar at the School of Information and Library Studies (SILS), UCD. The primary goals of this study were to gather and analyse data in order to provide an overview of key trends and developments in the current Continuing Professional Development (CPD) landscape for Irish library professionals. It was also designed to obtain insights on a desired future role for the School of Information and Library Studies at UCD in the CPD arena in Ireland. This executive summary of the full report was shared with Irish library professionals who participated in the research study.

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