Articles, peer-reviewed

Santiago, A. and Ray, L. (2020). “Navigating support models for OER publishing: Case studies from the University of Houston and the University of Washington.” Reference Services Review: Special Issue on Academic Libraries and the Costs of Higher Education.

Lierman A. and Santiago, A. (2019). “Developing online instruction according to best practices.” Journal of Information Literacy, 13(2), 216-221.

Santiago, A., Vinson, E., Warren, M., and Lierman, A. (2019). “Evaluating academic library outreach to determine return on investment of student success.” Journal of Library Administration, 59(4), 359-372.

Shrauger, K., Radnor, M., and Santiago, A. (2012). “Fourteen things to look for when hiring new staff in Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery.” Journal of Interlibrary Loan, Document Delivery & Electronic Reserve, 22(5), 269-275.

Articles, editor-reviewed

Santiago, A. (2019). “Advancing textbook affordability: Considerations for open and affordable course materials.” Against the Grain, 31(5), 75-77.

Santiago, A., Vinson, E., Fisher, E., Lierman, A., and Warren, M. (2017). “LinkedIn at the Library: A continuing collaboration.” Collaborative Librarianship, 9(4), 241-249.

Book chapters

Alburo, J., Bradshaw, A. K., Lillard, L., Santiago, A., Smith, B., and Vinopal, J. “Looking beyond libraries for inclusive recruitment and retention practices: Four successful approaches.” In S. Hines & D. Ketchum (Eds.), Critical Librarianship (Advances in Library Administration and Organization, Vol. 41). Emerald Publishing Limited (pp. 85-109).

Book reviews

Santiago, A. “Brianna Buljung and Emily Bongiovanni, eds. The Scholarly Communications Cookbook. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2021. 358p. Softcover, $88.00 ($79.20 ALA members) (ISBN 9780838938478).College & Research Libraries(83), 4.