Web and PR Specialist


Contact Info

Master of Library and Information Studies
University of North Carolina at Greensboro (ALA Accredited)

Bachelor of Arts in the Creative and Performing Arts; Area of Study: Music and Theater
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY

Shakespeare and Restoration Theatre
British American Drama Academy, London, England

United Nations School, NY, NY

Lilia portraying Kate in Taming of the Shrew
Lilia playing "Kate" in Taming of the Shrew; Cape Fear Shakespeare on the Green

 (* indicates shared first authorship)
Journal Articles

Invited Author: National E-Journal
Murray, L. (2011, January). Break on through to the Web 2.0 side: the doors to teaching with delicious and Google. Informed Librarian Online. http://www.informedlibrarian.com/

International Double Blind Peer Reviewed: selected by Emerald for inclusion in the How to Build a Digital Library Reading List
Murray, L. (2010). Libraries like to move it move it. Reference Services Review, 38(2), 233-249.

National Double Blind Peer Reviewed
*Bartnik, L., Farmer, K., Ireland, A., Murray, L., & Robinson, J. (2010). We will be assimilated: five experiences in embedded librarianship. Public Services Quarterly, 6(2/3), 150-164.

National Partially Refereed
Murray, L. (2008). Giggling over Google: using Google Docs and Google Custom Search Engines for web 2.0 information literacy practices. Against the Grain, 20(3), 28-32. 

Book Chapters/ Sections
*Bagley, C. & Murray, L. (2015). “Might as well face it I’m addicted to...”: addictions and the library. In L. Gullickson, L. VandeCreek, & H. Wright (Eds.) The Psychology of Librarianship. Metuchen, N.J.: Library Juice Press.

International: selected by Emerald for inclusion in the How to Build a Digital Library Reading List
Murray, L. (2011). The best things in life are free (or pretty cheap): 3 mobile initiatives you can do now. In A. Woodsworth (Ed.), Advances in Librarianship (Vol. 34). Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing.

National Peer Reviewed: Conference Proceedings
Murray, L. (2010). Stayin' alive in the Google age: adding custom search engines for better internet results. In M. Radford & R. Lankes (Eds.), Creating a Reference Renaissance: Current & Future Trends. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers.

Murray, Lilia. (2009). Book ‘em! In R. Sittler & D. Cook (Eds.), The Library Instruction Cookbook: 50+ Active Recipes for 1 Shot Sessions. Chicago: ACRL. 

Murray, L. & Lewis, B. (2014, Sept. 20). Instructional technology and the liberal arts: Two sides of the same coin. The Yin Yang of Higher Education. 54th Annual Conference for the Association for General & Liberal Studies. Sheraton Atlanta, Atlanta, GA.

Murray, L. (2008, August 5). Stayin’ alive in the Google age: adding Custom Search Engines for better internet results. Reference Renaissance Conference. Four Points by Sheraton, Denver, CO. 

Murray, L. (2010, April, 30). The heat is on: mobile initiatives. KLA Academic & Special Sections, Kentucky Chapter Joint Spring Conference: Pass the Torch-Maintain the Flame. General Butler State Resort Park, Carrollton, KY.

Murray, L. (2007, November, 1). Moving together towards interactive teaching: dynamic collaboration between faculty and students. Kentucky Higher Education Computing Conference (KHECC): Convergence. Center for Rural Development, Somerset, KY. 

Back to Top