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Johanna Tunon
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Directior/Dist. & Instructional Lib. Serv.
Alvin Sherman Library
(954) 262-4608

Guides

APA Style (6th ed.)
by Laura Ramirez, Elena Soltau, Johanna Tunon - Last Updated Jul 31, 2014
In-depth help using APA style (6th ed.) with examples, links to the APA Style Blog, and video tutorials appropriate for graduate students.
Tags: apa, apa en espanol, citations, endnote, how do i cite, paraphrasing, reference list, retrieval statements
Distance and Instructional Library Services
by Stacy Allsop, Dawn Harper, Michelle Keba, Laura Ramirez, Brian Ryckman, Johanna Tunon - Last Updated May 5, 2014
Information and workshops from the Alvin Sherman Library Distance and Instructional Library Services department
Education
by Michelle Keba, Laura Ramirez, Johanna Tunon - Last Updated Jul 30, 2014
The education guide focuses on the education discipline. You will find educational library resources and research materials for the education discipline along with education certification preparation materials.
Tags: edu, education, education certification, education resources, eric, research methods
Free and Easy to Use: Web Presentation and Classroom Tools
by Stacy Allsop, Johanna Tunon - Last Updated Aug 14, 2013
This Library Guide supplements the presentation by Jennifer Jensen and Johanna Tunon at the 15th Distance Library Services Conference in Memphis.

Publications and Presentations

Journal Articles

Tunon, J., & Brydges, B. (2009).  Expanded assessment study examining the citation patterns from traditional and nontraditional institutions and their effect upon the quality of doctoral dissertation reference lists. Journal of Library Administration, 49(1-2), 137-159.

Tunon, J. (2009). A review of Action Research in Teaching and Learning: A Practical Guide to Conducting Pedagogical Research in Universities. The Weekly Qualitative Report, 2(46), 267-271. Available from http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/WQR/norton.pdf

Quinlan, N., & Tuñón, J. (2005) Providing reference in a joint-use facility. Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 9(1).

Tuñón, J., Barsun, R, & Ramirez, L. (2004). Pests, welcomed guests, or tolerated outsides? Attitudes toward distances students from unaffiliated institutions. Journal of Library Administration, 41(3/4), 485-505.

Tunon, J. (2003). The impact of accreditation and distance education on information literacy. Florida Libraries, 46(2), 11-14.

Tunon, J. (2003). Creating a research literacy course for education doctoral students: Design issues and political realities of developing online and face-to-face instruction. Journal of Library Administration, 37(3/4), 515-527.

 Hunt, C., & Tunon, J. (2002). Partnerships: The wave of today. Public Libraries, 41(6), 315-316.

 Chakraborty, M., & Tunon, J. (2002). Taking the distance out of library services offered to International Graduate Students: Considerations, challenges, and concerns. Journal of Library Administration, 37(1/2), 163-176).

 Pival, P., & Tunon, J. (2001).  Innovative methods for providing instruction to distance students using technology. Journal of Library Administration, 32(1/2), 347-360.

Tunon, J. (2001). Reaccreditation at Nova Southeastern University: How reaccreditation can create opportunities for improving library services to distance students. Journal of Library Administration, 32(1/2), 409-424.

 Pival, P., & Tunon, J. (1998). NetMeeting: A new and inexpensive alternative for delivering library instruction to distance students. College and Research Library News, 59(10), 758-760.

 Tunon, J., & Pival, P. (1997). Library services to distance students: Nova Southeastern University’s experience. Florida Libraries, 40, 109+.

Tunon, J. (1995). A fine romance: How to select romances for your collection. Wilson Library Bulletin, 69, 31-34.

Books, Book Chapters, and Published Papers on Conference Proceedings


Tunon, J., & Ramirez, L. (2010). ABD or EdD? A model of library training for distance doctoral students. In Fourteenth-Off-Campus Library Services Conference Proceedings. Mt. Pleasant, MI: Central Michigan University.

 

 Tunon, J., & Brydges, B. (2008) Expanded assessment study examining the citation patterns from traditional and nontraditional institutions and their effect upon the quality of doctoral dissertation reference lists. In S. M. Mathson & J. A. Garrison (Eds.), Thirteenth Off-Campus Library Services Conference Proceedings. Mt. Pleasant, MI: Central Michigan University.
 

Ramdial, S., & Tunon, J. (2007). Equivalent library services for international students?: A comparison of student responses in Jamaica and the Bahamas with the results of a university-wide survey. In Caribbean libraries in the 21st century: Changes, challenges, and choices.

Tunon, J., & Brydges, B. (2006). A study on using rubrics and citation analysis to measure to measure the quality of doctoral dissertation reference lists from traditional and nontraditional institutions. In J. A. Garrison (Ed.), Twelfth Off-Campus Library Services Conference Proceedings. Mt. Pleasant, MI: Central Michigan Press.

 Tunon, J. (2004). When quality assurance, information literacy, and accreditation issues intersect. In D. Biggs, Ed., Library instruction: Restating the need, refocusing the response: Papers and session materials presented at the Thirty-Second National LOEX Library Instruction Conference held in Ypsilanti, Michigan, 6 to 8 May 2004 (pp. 71-75). Ann Arbor, MI: Pierian Press.

Tuñón, J., & Ramdial, S. (2004). Lessons learned: A survey of Nova Southeastern University students in Jamaica. In S. Renwick & J. Kochar (Eds.), Electronic information resources in the Caribbean: Trends and issues: Proceedings of the ACURIL XXXIV Conference held in Trinidad and Tobago, May 23-29, 2004. St. Augustine. Trinidad and Tobago: University of the West Indies.

Tuñón, J., Barsun, R, & Ramriez, L. (2004). Pests, welcomed guests, or tolerated outsides? Attitudes toward distances students from unaffiliated institutions. Patrick B. Mahoney (Ed.). The Eleventh Off-Campus Library Services Proceedings: Scottsdale, Arizona. Mount Pleasant. MI: Central Michigan University.

Ramirez, L., & Tuñón, J. (2003). Considerations, challenges, and concerns for providing library services to Nova Southeaster University’s distance students in Latin America. In B. E. Massis, (Ed.), Models of Cooperation in U.S., Latin American and Caribbean Libraries: The first IFLA/SEFLIN International Summit on Library Cooperation in the American (IFLA Publication 1005) (pp. 61-66). Munchen, The Netherlands: K. G. Saur.

Tuñón, J. )2003). Collaborating on Web-based instruction for MBA students at Nova Southeastern University. In R. Geibert & S. Hunter Harvey (Eds.), Web-wise learning: Wisdom from the field. Philadelphia: Xlibris.

Chakraborty, M., & Tunon, J. (2002). Taking the distance out of library services offered international graduate students: Considerations, challenges, and concerns. Patrick B. Mahoney (Ed.). The Tenth Off-Campus Library Services Proceedings: Cincinnati, Ohio, April 17-19, 2002, (pp. 131-139). Mount Pleasant. MI: Central Michigan University.

Tunon, J. (2002). Creating a research literacy course for education doctoral students: Design issues and political realities of developing online and face-to-face instruction. Patrick B. Mahoney (Ed.). The Tenth Off-Campus Library Services Proceedings: Cincinnati, Ohio, April 17-19, 2002, (pp. 397-405). Mount Pleasant. MI: Central Michigan University.

Pival, P., & Tunon, J. (2001). Innovative methods for providing instruction to distance students using technology. In P. S. Thomas (Compiler), Ninth Off-Campus Library Services Conference Proceedings: Portland, Oregon, April 26-28, 2000 (pp. 231-238). Mount Pleasant, MI: Central Michigan University. First published in Journal of Library Administration, 32(1/2), 347-360.

Tuñón, J., & Pival, P. (2001). Reaccreditation at Nova Southeastern University: How reaccreditation can create opportunities for improving library services to distance students. In P. S. Thomas (Compiler), Ninth Off-campus Library Services Conference Proceedings: Portland, Oregon, April 26-28, 2000 (pp. 273-282). Mount Pleasant, MI: Central Michigan University. First published in Journal of Library Administration, 32(1/2), 409-424.

Mussell, K., & Tunon, J. (Eds.) (1999). North American romance writers. Lantham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

Tunon, J. (1999). Integrating bibliographic instruction for distance education doctoral students into the Child and Youth Studies Program at Nova Southeastern University. Unpublished doctoral practicum, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED440639

Tunon, J. (1989). Co-editor for Plays for children and young adults: An evaluative index and guide. New York, NY: Garland Press.

Presentations

Tunon, J., & Beaton-Garcia, S. (2010, July). Serving distance learners. Presented at LibText 2010: Services on a Shoestring: SEFLIN Regional Conference, Miami Beach, FL.

Tunon, J., & Ramirez, L. ABD or EdD? A Model of Library Training for Distance Doctoral Students. Paper presented at the Fourteenth Off-Campus Library Services Conference, Cleveland, OH.

Tunon (April). Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL): Opportunities for Collaboration and Research for Librarians. Poster Session, FLA, Orlando, FL.

Tunon, J., & Tritt, D. (2010). The qualitative research guide: Locating qualitative research. Roundtable discussion at the Qualitative Report Inaugural Conference, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
 

Tunon, J., & Brydges, B. (2008). Digital literacy and adult education. Presentation at the First Role of the Modern Library and Adult Education Conference at National Louis University, Chicago, Illinois.
 

Tunon, J. (2008). One of co-presenters of the Peer-Review 101: Get ready to make your mark workshop presented at the Thirteenth Off-Campus Library Services Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
 

Brydges, B., & Tunon, J. (2008). Analyzing and comparing the citation patterns and the quality of doctoral dissertation reference lists utilizing two bibliometric/citation analysis assessment tools. Health Professions Educational Research Symposium, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale.
 

Tunon, J. Digital Literacy and the Adult Learner. Paper to be presented at the The Modern Role of the Library in Adult Education Conference, Chicago.
 

Tunon, J. (2006). BI today: Trends and transformation. Presented at the Florida ACRL Annual Fall Workshop, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Tunon, J. (2006). Review of recent research findings on the use of electronic resources by distance and international students. SEFLIN/ILIAC Technology Summit, Miami, FL.

Hemphill, L., & Tunon, J. (2005). Using citation analysis to assess approval plans and online subscriptions. Paper presented at Charleston Conference, November 2005.

Tunon, J., & Brydges, B. (2005). Improving the quality of university libraries through citation mining and analysis using two new dissertation bibliometric assessment tools. Paper presented at the 71st IFLA (International Federation of Libraries and Associations) Conference and General Council, Oslo, Norway.(ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED490802)

Brydges, B., & Tunon, J. (2005). Conducting a comparative assessment of doctoral students’ library research skills using citation analysis tools. Poster session presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Brydges, B., & Tunon, J.  (2005). Assessing and improving the library research skills of distance graduate students through citation mining and analysis using two new dissertation bibliometric assessment tools. Paper presented at the Canadian Association for Distance Education, in partnership with The Centre for Online and Distance Education, Simon Fraser University Vancouver, BC. 

Barson, R., Tunon, J., & Ramirez, L. (2005). Patterns of conflict and convergence when proximal libraries serve distance students. Paper presented at the ACRL Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Tunon, J., & Ramdial, S.(2004). Lessons learned: A survey of Nova Southeastern University students in Jamaica. Paper presented at the ACURIL Conference, Port of Spain, Trinidad.

Tunon,  J. (2004). When quality assurance, information literacy, and accreditation issues intersect. Paper presented at LOEX, Ypsilanti, MI. (May 8, 2004). 

Tuñón, J., Barsun, R, & Ramirez, L. (2004).  Pests, welcomed guests, or tolerated outsides? Attitudes toward distances students from unaffiliated institutions. Paper presented at the Off-Campus Library Services Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

Pival, P., & Tuñón, J. (2002).  How do you spell “support”? Multiple methods of library support to distributed education programs. Paper presented at the North American Regional Distance Education Conference, ICDE/Canadian Association of Distance Education, Calgary, Canada.

Chakraborty, M., & Tuñón, J. (2002). Going the distance: Solutions and

 
 
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