Publications & Presentations

 

Refereed Articles

Hollister, J. M., Spears, L. I., Mardis, M. A., Lee, J., McClure, C. R., & Liebman, E. (2017). Employers’ perspectives on new information technology technicians’ employability in North Florida. Education + Training, 59(9), 929-945.  doi: 10.1108/ET-02-2017-0019

Ho, S. M., Lowry, P. B., Warkentin, M., Yang, Y., & Hollister, J. M. (2017). Gender deception in asynchronous online communication:  A path analysis.  Information Processing & Management, 53(1), 21-41.  doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ipm.2016.06.004

Hollister, J. M., & Latham, D. (2015). Looking at Kim Dong Hwa’s Color Trilogy through the prism of Radical Change. Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults, 5. Available at http://www.yalsa.ala.org/jrlya/2015/01/looking-at-kim-dong-hwas-color-trilogy-through-the-prism-of-radical-change/ 

Latham, D., & Hollister, J. M. (2014).  The games people play:  Information and media literacies in the Hunger Games Trilogy.  Children’s Literature in Education, 45(1), 33-46. doi: 10.1007/s10583-013-9200-0

Conference Papers

Hollister, J. M. (2016).  “Time in MMOs is a tricky thing”: The importance and impacts of time on online-role-playing.  Paper presented at Extending Play 3, September 30-October 1, New Brunswick, NJ.

Latham, D. & Hollister, J. M. (2015). Playing to survive, surviving to play: The role of games in dystopian young adult literature. In A. Ochsner, J. Dietmeier, C. C. Williams, & C. Steinkuehler (Eds.), GLS 11 Conference Proceedings. Paper presented at Games+Learning+Society 11, July 8-10, Madison, WI.

Hollister, J. M., Skinner, J., Lee, J., & Burnett, G. (2015).  Social justice across information worlds:  Implications for LIS research and education from three research contexts. Paper presented at the 2015 ALISE Annual Conference, January 27-30 2015, Chicago, IL.

Hollister, J. M., & Latham, D. (2015).  Power play:  The seduction of games in young adult dystopian fiction. Paper presented at the “Why Dystopic YA Literature? Why Now?” panel (sponsored by the Children’s Literature Association) at the 130th Modern Language Association Annual Convention, January 8-11 2015, Vancouver, Canada.

Burnett, G., Lee, J., Hollister, J. M., Skinner, J. (2014).  Information worlds:  Boundaries and intersections in three online settings.  Paper presented at Internet Research 15: Boundaries and Intersections, October 21-24 2014, Daegu, the Republic of Korea.

Latham, D., & Hollister, J. M. (2014). Odds in your favor:  Teaching information literacy through dystopian fiction for young adults. Paper presented at the Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, October 11-12 2014, Savannah, GA.

Lee, J., Spears, L., Ambavarapu, C., Ma, J., Hollister, J., Mardis, M., & McClure, C. (2014). Aligning Expectations and Reality about IT/Broadband Education: Perceptions of Job Competencies by Students, New Professionals and Employers. Paper presented at the 42nd Research Conference on Communication, Information, and Internet Policy (2014 TPRC), George Mason University, Arlington, VA, September 12-14, 2014.  Available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=2485678

Latham, D., & Hollister, J. M. (2012).  The games people play:  Information and media literacies in The Hunger Games trilogy.  Presented at the 39th Annual Children’s Literature Association Conference, June 14-16 2012, hosted by Simmons College, Boston MA.

Refereed Book Chapters

Ho, S. M., and Hollister, J. M. (2014). Cyber insider threats in virtual organizations, Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology3rd Ed., Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Refereed Posters

Elkins, A. J., & Hollister, J. M. (2018).  Power Up:  Exploring Gaming in LIS Curricula.  Poster to be presented at the 2018 iConference, Sheffield, UK, March 25-28, 2018.

Hollister, J. M. (2016).  In- and out-of-character: The digital literacy practices and emergent information worlds of active role-players in a new massively multiplayer online role-playing game.  Poster presented at the 2016 ALISE Jean Tague-Sutcliffe Doctoral Student Poster Competition, Boston, MA, January 5-8 2016. [ALISE Doctoral Student Competition Poster .pdf]

Burnett, G., Hollister, J. M., Lee, J., & Skinner, J. (2014). Information value across cultures and communities. Poster presented at the 2014 ASIS&T Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, October 31 – November 5, 2014. [Information Value ASIST 2014 Poster Paper .pdf]

Spears, L. I., Lee, J., Ambavarapu, C., Ma, J., Hollister, J., Mardis, M., Randeree, E., & McClure, C. (2014). Policy-driven workforce needs in Northwest Florida: IT job competencies. Poster presented at the 42nd Research Conference on Communication, Information, and Internet Policy (2014 TPRC), George Mason University, Arlington, VA, September 12-14, 2014.

Ho, S. M., & Hollister, J. M. (2013). Guess who? An empirical study of gender deception and detection in computer-mediated communication.  Poster presented at the 2013 ASIS&T Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada. [Guess Who? ASIST Poster Paper .pdf] [Guess Who? Poster .pdf]

Unrefereed Posters

Hollister, J. M., Elkins, A. J., & Lee, J. (2018). Power up:  Exploring Gaming in LIS Curricula in South Korea.  Poster to be presented at the 2018 ALISE Annual Conference, Denver, CO, February 6-9, 2018.

Hollister, J. M., & Elkins, A. J. (2017). Power up:  Gaps in and opportunities for gaming in LIS curricula.  Poster presented at the 2017 ALISE Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, January 17-20, 2017. [ALISE 2017 WIP Poster .pdf]

Hollister, J. M., Spears, L. I., Mardis, M. A., McClure, C. R., & Lee, J. (2017).  The (mis)alignment of IT education and IT workforce needs:  Challenges and opportunities in the North Florida region. Poster to be presented at the 2017 ALISE Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA, January 17-20, 2017. [Information Institute ALISE 2017 WIP Poster .pdf]

Hollister, J. M. (2015). Mirror image: An autoethnographic reflection on ethnography. Poster presented at the 2015 ALISE Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, January 27-30, 2015. [ALISE 2015 WIP Poster .pdf]

Hollister, S. D., & Hollister, J. M. (2015). Tap the mind: The information worlds of American craft brewers. Poster presented at the 2015 ALISE Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, January 27-30, 2015. [ALISE 2015 WIP Poster .pdf]

Elkins, A. J., & Hollister, J. M. (2014).  Recreational digital games, 21st Century Literacies, and LIS Education:  Are future librarians and information professionals prepared for a gamified century? Poster presented at the 2014 ALISE Annual Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  [ALISE 2014 WIP Poster .pdf] [Twine!]

Elkins, A. J., & Hollister, J. M. (2013).  21st Century literacies at play: Recreational digital games for 21st Century learners.  Poster presented at the 21st Century Literacies Lecture Series at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. [Recreational Digital Games Poster] [Interactive Twine Presentation]

Hollister, J. M. (2013).  Critical literacies at play: Social information and learning behaviors in massively multiplayer online role playing games.  Works in Progress Poster presented at the ALISE Annual Conference, January 22-25, 2013, Seattle, WA. [Critical Literacies at Play Poster .pdf]

Hollister, J. M., S. K. Kashyap, D., & Ho, S. M. (2012).  Lie to me!  Gender deception and detection in computer-mediated communications. Presented to the College of Communication and Information Research Poster Competition, 10/3/2012, hosted at Florida State University, Tallahassee FL.  2nd place winner in SLIS department.

Refereed Panels

Hollister, J. M. , Skinner, J., Lee, J., & Burnett, G. (2016).  Exploring Information Worlds:  A codebook and theory development session for interaction and engagement.  A Session for Interaction and Engagement presented at the 2016 iConference.  March 20-23, 2016, Philadelphia, PA.

Latham. D., & Hollister, J. M. (2013).  Literacies lurking around every corner:  21st Century skills and the games young adults play. Presented at the 2013 ALISE Youth Services SIG Panel, The Beauty of Subversion: Asking the Difficult Questions in Research, Teaching, and Practice.  January 22-25, 2013, Seattle, WA. [Literacies Lurking Around Every Corner Presentation .pdf]

Invited Panels & Presentations

Lee, J., & Hollister, J. M. (2017). Information worlds in two online contexts:  Implications for research and practice.  Presented at the KLISS 2017 2nd International Conference on Library and Information Science:  “From Information to Knowledge,” November 10-11, Busan, Republic of Korea.

Hollister, J. M., & Latham, D. (2017).  Information and media literacies in dystopian young adult literature.  Presented at the KLISS 2017 1st International Conference on Library and Information Science:  “Rethinking the Library Services,” May 26-27, Kongju, Republic of Korea.

Hollister, J. M., & Lee, J. (2016).  Expanding Radical Change to digital games and social media.  Presented at the 2016 ALISE President’s Program Panel, Beyond Books:  Emerging Scholars Talk about New Directions in Radical Change Research, January 5-8 2016, Boston, MA.

Hollister, J. M. (2015). Gender in Kim Dong Hwa’s Color Trilogy.  Presented at Fandomonium: A Library Comic Con Event.  April 25, 2015, Gainesville, FL.

Latham, D., & Hollister, J. M. (2015).  My family, my self:  Family & identity in graphic memoirs.  Presented at Fandomonium: A Library Comic Con Event.  April 25, 2015, Gainesville, FL.

Dissertation

Hollister, J. M. (2016).  In- and Out-of-Character: The Digital Literacy Practices and Emergent Information Worlds of Active Role-Players in a New Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (Doctoral dissertation).  Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global database (UMI No. 10120632).  Available in Diginole:  http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_2016SP_Hollister_fsu_0071E_13100.

Colloquia

iConference 2015 Doctoral Colloquium.  2015 iConference, March 24-27, 2015, Newport Beach, CA.

Games+Learning+Society Doctoral Consortium.  10th Annual Games+Learning+Society Conference (GLS10), June 10-13, 2014, Madison, WI.