I regularly write and publish about academic libraries, information literacy, pedagogy & instruction, student learning & success, and assessment. For creative writing publications, see my Writing page.
Seeber, K. & Fisher, Z. (2017, August 23). Forthcoming article about student learning assessment. In the Library with the Lead Pipe.
Fisher, Z. (2017, July 25). Libraries are the real punk rock. The Rumpus. Retrieved from http://therumpus.net/2017/07/libraries-are-the-real-punk-rock/
Fisher, Z. (2017). Facing the frames: Using the Framework as a guide for a credit-bearing information literacy course. College & Research Libraries News, 78(7), pp.354-358. doi:https://doi.org/10.5860/crln.78.7.354.
Fisher, Z. (2017, June 8). What to ask when you’re given a new project. Letters to a Young Librarian.
Fisher, Z., & Read, K. (2017). Librarians and services in college and community college libraries. In T. Gilman (Ed.), Academic Librarianship Today. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Fisher, Z. (2016). Take note: Why librarians should encourage handwritten note-taking. ACRL Instruction Section Newsletter, 33(2), 4.
Fisher, Z. (2015, November). Hey, that’s my librarian! Perspectives on student engagement from a community college librarian. CHOICE, 53(3), 368-369.
Fisher, Z. (2009, October 22). A student’s perspective on the name change [blog post]. Special Libraries Association. Retrieved from http://www.sla.org/a-students-perspective-on-the-name-change-zoe-fisher/
House, N. (2012, November 7). Zoe Fisher… success story [blog post, interview]. I Need A Library Job. Retrieved from http://inalj.com/?p=4975
“Meet Zoe Fisher: assistant professor, reference and instruction librarian.” (2015, September 4). Pierce News. Retrieved from: http://wp.pierce.ctc.edu/blog/piercenews/2015/09/04/meet-zoe-fisher-assistant-professor-reference-and-instruction-librarian/