Research & Scholarship
Garnar, Martin. "Information Ethics." In Sandra Hirsh (Ed.), An Introduction to Today’s Information Science. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, forthcoming.
Garnar, Martin and Erin McCaffrey. Generations at Work: What We Can Learn from Each Other. In Kelly Blessinger and Paul Hrycaj (Eds.), Workplace Culture in Academic Libraries: The Early 21st Century, 277-290. Oxford: Chandos, 2013.
Garnar, Martin. For the Sake of One Child: Privacy, Anonymity, and Confidentiality in Libraries. Journal of Information Ethics 21, no. 3 (2012):12-20.
Garnar, Martin. “Do They Know?”: A Gay Librarian at a Catholic University. In Tracy Nectoux (Ed.), Out Behind the Desk: Workplace Issues for LGBTQ Librarians, 187-196. Duluth, MN: Library Juice Press, 2011.
Betty, Paul and Martin Garnar. One University, Two Approaches: The Regis Experience with Embedded Librarianship. In Cassandra Kvenild and Kaijsa Calkins (Eds.), Embedded Librarians: Moving Beyond One-Shot Instruction, 139-150. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2011.
2014. Moderator, What Would You Do? Ethics in Action: Libraries and Law Enforcement. American Library Association Annual Conference, June 29, at Las Vegas, NV.
2014. With Lesley Williams. Managing Challenges, Maximizing Impact: Policies and Practices for Controversial Programming. American Library Association Annual Conference, June 28, at Las Vegas, NV.
2014. Keynote Speaker, The Importance of Access in the 21st Century Library. 45th Annual Colorado Interlibrary Loan Conference, May 1, at Colorado Springs, CO.
2013. Invited Panelist, Revisiting the Children's Internet Protection Act: 10 Years Later. American Library Association Washington Office and Office for Intellectual Freedom, July 30, webinar. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtxcxk3zJO0
2012. With Angela Maycock. Everyday Ethics: Tools for First Responders on the Library’s Front Lines. Public Library Association Conference, March 15, at Philadelphia, PA.