Baer, A., Cahoy, E., & Schroeder, R. (Eds.) (Forthcoming in 2018). Libraries promoting reflective dialogue in a time of political polarization. ACRL Publications: Chicago.
Baer, A. (2016). Information literacy and writing studies in conversation: Reenvisioning library-writing program connections. Library Juice Press: Sacramento.
Refereed Journal Articles
Baer, A. (December 2016). Critical pedagogy, critical conversations: Expanding dialogue about critical library instruction through the lens of composition and rhetoric. In the Library with the Lead Pipe.
Baer, A. (2014). Why do I have to write that?: Compositionists find disconnections between student and instructor conceptions of research writing and its purpose. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Journal, 2(9), 37-44.
Baer, A. (Forthcoming in 2019). What intellectual empathy can offer information literacy education. In S. Goldstein (Ed.), Information literacy, democracy, and citizenship. Facet Publishing: London, United Kingdom.
Baer, A. (Forthcoming in 2018). Exploring conceptions of relativism and contextual authority through media literacy. In J. Critten & A. Pashia (Eds.), Credit-bearing information literacy courses: Critical approaches. Association of College & Research Libraries: Atlanta.
Middendorf, J. and Baer, A. (Forthcoming in 2018; invited contribution). Bottlenecks of information literacy. In C. Gibson & S. Mader (Eds.), Building teaching and learning communities: Creating shared meaning and purpose. Association of College & Research Libraries: Atlanta.
Baer, A. (2016). Grounding habits of mind and conceptual understandings in disciplinary practices: Putting the WPA Framework for Success in Post-Secondary Writing, the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy, and Decoding the Disciplines in conversation. In R. McClure & J. Purdy (Eds.), The Future Scholar: Researching & Teaching the Frameworks for Writing & Information Literacy. Information Today, Inc. Medford, New Jersey.
Baer, A. (2015). The conversational nature of sources. In H. McClure, G. Schaub & P. Bravender (Eds.), Teaching Information Literacy Threshold Concepts: Lesson Plans for Librarians. Association of College & Research Libraries: Atlanta.
Baer, A. (2013). Critical information literacy in the college classroom: Exploring scholarly knowledge production through the digital humanities. In L. Gregory & S. Higgins (Eds.), Information Literacy and Social Justice: Radical Professional Praxis (An Edited Collection) (99-120). Library Juice Press: Los Angeles.
Baer, A. (2010). Performative emotion in Kafka’s Josefine, die Sängerin oder das Volk der Mäuse and Freud’s Der Dichter und das Phantasieren. In M. Lucht & D. Yarri (Eds.), Kafka’s Creatures (137-156). Lexington Books; Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.
Baer, A. (February 2018). It’s all relative? Post-truth rhetoric, relativism, and teaching on “Authority as Constructed and Contextual.” College & Research Library News 79(2).
Baer, A. (2016). Review of Metaliteracy in practice, edited by T.E. Jacobson & T.P. Mackey. Communications in Information Literacy, 10(2): 283-287.
Baer, A. (2015). The new ACRL Framework for Information Literacy: Implications for library instruction & educational reform. InULA Notes: Indiana University Library Association, 27(1).
Baer, A. (2014). Keeping up with…digital writing in the college classroom. Keeping Up with It Series, Association of College & Research Libraries.
Baer, A. (2011). Web reviews: Practical resources for visual literacy instruction. Footnotes 40(3).
Baer, A. (2011). Understanding poetry: Memory. EBSCO Publishing Literary Resource Center Project. EBSCO Publishing.
Baer, A. (2011). Understanding poetry: Postwar & contemporary Europe. EBSCO Publishing Literary Resource Center Project. EBSCO Publishing.
Tenopir, C., King, D. W., Mays, R., Wu, L., & Baer, A. (2010). Measuring value and return on investment of academic libraries. Serials 23(3), pp. 182-190.
Tenopir, C., Love, A., Park, J., Wu, L., & Baer, A. (2010). University investment in the library, Phase II: An international study of the library’s value to the grants process. Library Connect Editorial Office, Elsevier.