Hicks, Alison and Caroline Sinkinson. “Examining Mendeley: Designing Learning Opportunities for Digital Scholarship.” portal: Libraries and the Academy 15, no. 3(2015). [Authors listed alphabetically]
Hicks, Alison and Caroline Sinkinson. “Critical Connections: Personal Learning Environments and Information Literacy.” Research in Learning Technology 13 (2015). [Authors listed alphabetically]
Feltenberger, Alaina, Fenimore Johnson and Caroline Sinkinson. “Assessing Needs and Collaborative Opportunities for Online Learning.” Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration 17. No. 4 (2014). [Authors listed alphabetically]
Sinkinson, Caroline and Mark Werner, Diane Sieber. “RAIT: A Balanced Approach to Evaluating Educational Technologies.” Educause Review Online 49, no. 4 (2014):1-12.
Sinkinson, Caroline, Stephanie Alexander, Alison Hicks, and Meredith Kahn. “Guiding Design: Exposing Librarian and Student Mental Models of Research Guides.” portal: Libraries and the Academy 12, no.1 (2013): 2-13.
Hicks, Alison and Caroline Sinkinson. “Situated Questions and Answers: Responding to Library Users with QR Codes.” RUSQ: Reference User Services Quarterly 51, no.1 (2011): 370-379. [Authors listed alphabetically]
Sinkinson, Caroline. “An Assessment of Peer Coaching to Drive Professional Development and Reflective Teaching.” Communications in Information Literacy 5, no 1. (2011): 9-20.
Hicks, Alison and Caroline Sinkinson. “Reflections on the retention narrative: Extending critical pedagogy beyond the classroom.” In Critical Library Pedagogy Handbook, edited by Nicole Pagowsky and Kelley McElroy. Association of College and Research Libraries, 2016. [Authors listed alphabetically] [Reviewed and Selected]
Albert, Michelle and Caroline Sinkinson. “Composing Information Literacy through Pedagogical Partnerships.” In The Future Scholar: Researching & Teaching the Frameworks for Writing and Information Literacy, edited by James Purdy and Randall McClure. Information Today Inc ., 2016. [Authors listed alphabetically] [Reviewed and selected]
Norgaard, Rolf and Caroline Sinkinson. “Writing Information Literacy: A Retrospective and a Look Ahead.” In Information Literacy: Research and Collaboration across Disciplines, edited by Barbara J. D’Angelo, Sandra Jamieson, Barry Maid, and Janice R. Walker, 1-33. The WAC Clearinghouse, 2016. http://wac.colostate.edu/books/infolit. [Authors listed alphabetically] [Reviewed and selected]
Sinkinson, Caroline and Alison Hicks. “Unraveling the Research Process: Social Book Marking and Collaborative Learning.” In The Plugged-In Professor: Tips and Techniques for Teaching with Social Media, edited by Pixy Ferris and Hilary Wilder, 49-60. Cambridge, UK: Chandos Publishing, 2013. [Reviewed and selected]
Losoff, Barbara, Elizabeth Newsom, and Caroline Sinkinson. “Fostering Information Literacy in the Sciences with Rare Books and Ephemera.” In The Past or Portal: Enhancing Undergraduate Learning through Special Collections and Archives, edited by Peggy Seiden, Eleanor Mitchel, and Suzy Taraba, 133-144. Chicago: ACRL, 2012. [Authors listed alphabetically] [Reviewed and selected]
Sinkinson, Caroline and Mary Caton Lingold. “Re-visioning the Library Seminar through a Lens of Critical Pedagogy.” In Critical Library Instruction: Theories and Methods, edited by Emily Drabinski, Alana Kumbier, and Maria Accardi, 81-88. Duluth, Minn.: Library Juice Press LLC, 2009. [Reviewed and selected]
Sinkinson, Caroline and Jennifer Knievel. “Starting a RIOT: Information Literacy Instruction Online and in the Classroom.” In Information Literacy Programs in the Digital Age: Educating College and University Students Online, edited by Michael F. Russo and Alice L. Daugherty, 212-225. Chicago: ACRL, 2007. [Reviewed and selected]
Hicks, Alison and Caroline Sinkinson. “University of Colorado: Mendeley User Report.” Research Report, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2013.
Susan Grajek. “Understanding What Higher Education Needs from E-Textbooks: An EDUCAUSE/Internet2 Pilot.” Research Report, EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research, Louisville, CO, 2013. Available from http://www.educause.edu/ecar. [Participant researcher]
Sinkinson, Caroline and Mark Werner. “Electronic Texts: Are They Ready for Prime Time at CU Boulder?” University of Colorado, Boulder, 2013. Available from https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZYxAkW-33PBF4j-u4JMYH987QapoCgZz9xnN0ie9rlM/pub
Sinkinson, Caroline, Mark Werner and Diane Sieber. “Google Apps for Education at CU Boulder.” University of Colorado, Boulder, 2012. Available from https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ejFX_8OSJ3pcnImXTzGAZlW_r0ZswPiF3eW2xId8uko/pub
Gammon, Mark, Caroline Sinkinson and Mark Werner. “Student Patterns and Preferences in the William H. White Business Library.” Research Report, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2012. Available from https://docs.google.com/document/d/17VRiLzOwAVeH1DTy1oQO72pOrUcfl4TZrpV5B95QSmA/edit?usp=sharing
Werner, Mark, Diane Sieber, and Caroline Sinkinson. “Should Going-On be an Academic Technology Service as CU Boulder?” Research Report, University of Colorado, Boulder: 2011. Available from https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NRdYBBYwiwpK4ebPwQNYdGo3T5XGzYYeWFU28copjZk/edit?usp=sharing