I joined Seton Hall University Libraries as Science Librarian / Assistant Professor in 2008. I am the library liaison for the Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and Environmental Studies, as well as the Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work. I am a GEM fellow of the Praxis Program of the Advanced Seminar on Mission. My current research interests include information literacy, embedded librarianship, library usage statistics, the future of academic libraries, and Catholic philosophy of education and copyright.
- MLIS, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, 2007
- Ph.D. (Anthropology), Washington University St. Louis, 1998
- M.A. (Anthropology), University of Alberta, 1992
- Rose-Wiles, L.M. & Marzabadi, C. (2018).What do chemists cite? A five-year analysis of references cited in American Chemical Society journal articles. Science & Technology Libraries 38(3). (published online June 22, 2018)
- Rose-Wiles, L. (2018). Reflections on Fake news, librarians, and undergraduate research. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 57(3), 200-204.
- Rose-Wiles, L.M. (2018). Lonergan's Functional Specialties and Academic Libraries. In: Rose-Wiles, Lisa M (editor). The Functional Specialties: a workshop on applying Lonergan. Proceedings of the Praxis Program of the Advanced Seminar on Mission's third Annual Summer Workshop, Trieste, Italy, July 24-27, 2017, p. 71-79,
- Rose-Wiles, L.M., Glenn, M. & Stiskal, D. (2017). Fostering information literacy in first year biology students: a three year case study. Journal of Academic Librarianship 43, 495-508.
- Rose-Wiles, L.M. & Irwin, J.P (2016). An old horse revived: in-house use of print books at Seton Hall University. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 42(3): 207-214.
- University Research Council Award 2017
- Still Desperately Seeking Citations: Undergraduate Research in the Age of Web-Scale Discovery
Journal of Library Administration (2013) 53: 147-166
- Are print books dead? An investigation of book circulation at a mid-sized academic library
Technical Services Quarterly (2013) 30: 129-152
- Measuring and Applying Data about Users in the Seton Hall Library" Accentuate the Positive: Charleston Conference Proceedings
Ed. Beth R. Bernhardt, Leah H. Hinds & Katina P. Strauch. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press
- The High Cost of Science Journals: A Case Study and Discussion
Journal of Electronic Resource Librarianship, 23(3), 219- 241
- Rethinking research guides: bringing the library to the user
Books, Libraries, Librarians: A Hungarian Library Journal
- Interspecific interactions between Cebus capucinus and other species at three Costa Rican sites
International Journal of Primatology, 24(4), 759- 796
- Meat and the early human diet: insights from Neotropical primate studies (Book Chapter)
In C.B. Stanford & H. Bunn (eds.) "Meat-eating and Human Evolution", Oxford University Press: Oxford, 141- 158
- Behavioral sampling in the field: Continuous focal versus focal interval sampling
- Dynamics of female-female relationships in wild Cebus capucinus: data from two Costa Rican sites
- ACS Charleston Conference Scholarship, 2010
- University Research Council Award, 2011
- University Research Council Award, 2013