Selected Publications

[1] Marty, P.F. & Jones, K.B. (Eds). (2008). Museum Informatics: People, Information, and Technology in Museums. New York: Routledge.

[2] Marty, P.F. (2010). Museum Informatics. In Bates, M.J. & Maack, M.N. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science (pp. 3717-3725). 3rd Edition. New York: Taylor & Francis, Inc.

[3] Marty, P.F. (2012). Unintended Consequences: Unlimited Access, Invisible Work, and the Future of the Information Profession in Cultural Heritage Organizations. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 38 (3), 27-31.

[4] Marty, P.F. (2014). Digital Convergence and the Information Profession in Cultural Heritage Organizations: Reconciling Internal and External Demands. Library Trends, 62 (3), 613-627.

[5] Marty, P.F. (2016). The Cobbler’s Children: Invisible Work and Information Professionals in Museums. In Arns, J.W. (Ed). Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics (pp.19-22). Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield.

[6] Marty, P.F. (2007). The Changing Nature of Information Work in Museums. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58 (1), 97-107.

[7] Marty, P.F. (2007). Museum Professionals and the Relevance of LIS Expertise. Library & Information Science Research, 29 (2), 252-276.

[8] Marty, P.F. (2005). So You Want to Work in a Museum? Guiding the Careers of Future Information Professionals in Museums. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 46 (2), 115-133.

[9] Marty, P.F. & Twidale, M.B. (2011). Museum informatics across the curriculum: Ten years of preparing LIS students for careers transcending libraries, archives, and museums. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, 52 (1), 9-16.

[10] Marty, P.F. (2005). Factors influencing error recovery in collections databases: A museum case study. Library Quarterly, 75 (3), 295-328.

[11] Marty, P.F. (2005). Factors influencing the co-evolution of computer-mediated collaborative practices and systems: A museum case study. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 10 (4).