Lili Luo

Associate Professor
School of Information
San Jose State University

Fields of interest:

Research methods, health information, reference and information services, academic librarianship

Recent publications:

Abbas, J., Garnar, M., Kennedy, M., Kenney, B., Luo, L. & Stephens, M. (2016). Bridging the divide: Exploring LIS research and practice in a panel discussion at the ALISE ’16 Conference. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 57(2), 94-100.

Luo, L. (2016). Ethical issues in reference: An in-depth view from the librarians’ perspective. Reference and User Services Quarterly, 55(3), 189-198.

Luo, L. (2015). Consumer health reference interview: Ideas for public librarians. Public Library Quarterly, 34(4), 328-353.

Luo, L. & Buer, V. (2015). Reference service evaluation at an African academic library: the user perspective. Library Review, 64(8/9), 553-566.

Luo, L. & McKinney, M. (2015). JAL in the past decade: A comprehensive analysis of academic library research. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 41(2), 123-129.

Park, V. T., Luo, L., & Rosidi, D. (2014). A qualitative examination about providers’ perceptions and recommendations regarding the role of public librarians in addressing communities’ health literacy. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries (QQML), 3, 567-582.

Luo, L., & Park, V. T. (2014). Text 4 health: Addressing consumer health information needs via text reference service. Reference and User Services Quarterly, 53(4), 326-333.

Han, L., Wang, Y. & Luo, L. (2014). Student deep participation in library work: A Chinese academic library’s experience. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 40(5), 467-472.

Luo, L. (2014). Slam the Boards: Librarians’ outreach into social Q&A sites. Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 19(1), 33-47.

Luo, L. (2014). Text a librarian: A look from the user perspective. Reference Services Review, 42(1), 34-51.