- Assistant Librarian
- Lead, Learning and Student Success
- M.A. Information Resources and Library Sciences
- University of Arizona
- B.S. Communication
- Eastern New Mexico University
- Top 5 Articles on Tech Tools For Engagement
- ACRL Distance and Online Learning Section, Fall 2021
- National Committee Fellowship
- International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), Spring 2016
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- Paschke-wood, J., & Wilson, A. E. (2019). Using LibAnswers to Create an Internal Staff Handbook. In Libraries that Learn: Keys to Managing Organizational Knowledge. ALA Editions.
- Paschke-wood, J. (2016). Reframing Freshmen Orientation to Include an Information Literacy Component. In User-Centered Design for First-Year Library Instruction Programs(pp 29-31). ABC-CLIO/Libraries Unlimited.
- Sult, L. A., Paschke-wood, J., Dubinsky, E., Dubinsky, E., Paschke-wood, J., & Sult, L. A. (2020). Creating a Student-Centered Alternative to Research Guides: Developing the Infrastructure to Support Novice Learners. In the Library with the Lead Pipe.More infoResearch and course guides typically feature long lists of resources without the contextual or instructional framework to direct novice researchers through the research process. An investigation of guide usage and user interactions at a large university in the southwestern U.S. revealed a need to reexamine the way research guides can be developed and implemented to better meet the needs of these students by focusing on pedagogical support of student research and information literacy skill creation. This article documents the justification behind making the changes as well as the theoretical framework used to develop and organize a system that will place both pedagogically-focused guides as well as student-focused answers to commonly asked questions on a reimagined FAQ/research page. This research offers academic libraries an alternative approach to existing methods of helping students. Rather than focusing on guiding students to a list of out-of-context guides and resources, it reconceptualizes our current system and strives to offer pedagogically-sound direction and alternatives for students who formerly navigated unsuccessfully through the library’s website, either requiring more support, or failing to find the assistance they needed.
- Paschke-wood, J. (2019). Burlington Contemporary. Multimedia and Technology Reviews.
- Paschke-wood, J., & Gallaspy, A. F. (2018). Practical Tips for First-Time Managers. Journal of New Librarianship, 3.
- Paschke-wood, J. (2016). ‘Authority is Constructed and Contextual.’ Section of “ACRL in Orlando: ACRL Programs at the ALA Annual Conference.”. College & Research Library News.
- Dubinsky, E., Paschke-wood, J., Sult, L. A., & Hennig, G. (2021). Learning from Failure: Creating better subject and course guides using critical information literacy practices.. In LOEX.
- Hennig, N., Dubinsky, E., Paschke-wood, J., & Sult, L. A. (2021). Learning from Failure: Creating Better Subject Guides and Course Guides Using Critical Information Literacy Practices. In LOEX 2021.
- Castro, R. P., & Paschke-wood, J. (2020, May). Addressing diversity through library mentoring programs. Arizona Women in Higher Education Conference. Flagstaff, AZ.
- Hennig, N., Dubinsky, E., Paschke-wood, J., & Sult, L. A. (2021, May). Learning from Failure: Creating Better Subject Guides and Course Guides Using Critical Information Literacy Practices. LOEX 2021. Online: LOEX.
- Paschke-wood, J., Sult, L. A., Dubinsky, E., & Hennig, G. (2021). Learning from Failure: Creating better subject and course guides using critical information literacy practices. LOEX.
- Feeney, M., Feeney, M. E., Wallace, N. A., Paschke-wood, J., Paschke-wood, J., Paschke-wood, J., Wallace, N. A., Wallace, N. A., & Feeney, M. E. (2019, November). Libraries in Arizona’s Diverse Press. Arizona Library Association (AzLA) Annual Conference.
- Paschke-wood, J. (2019, January). Resurrecting and Re-imagining the Peer Information Counselor Program at the University of Arizona. American Library Association Midwinter Meeting: APALA Membership Meeting.
- Paschke-wood, J., Nichols, J. T., & Miller, L. (2019, 11). Planning and Assessing Outreach to Different Campus User Groups. Arizona Library Association Annual Meeting.
- Paschke-wood, J. (2017, November). The State of Reference at Arizona Academic Libraries. Arizona Library Association annual conference. Mesa Convention Center: Arizona Library Association.
- Paschke-wood, J. (2019, May). Get In Where You Fit In: Re-instituting a Peer Counseling Program Focused on Under-Represented Communities on Campus. Asian and Pacific Americans In Higher Education conference.
- Castro, R. P., & Paschke-wood, J. (2018, Summer). I've Been Design Thinking About You: Using Faculty Feedback to Improve Library Services. New Librarian Summit. San Jose University, CA.
- Paschke-wood, J., & Wallace, N. A. (2018, June). Don’t You Forget About Me: Are Reference Questions Getting Referred?. American Library Association Annual Conference. New Orleans, La..