Research & Publications

Irwin, B., & Silk, K. (2019). Changing Stakeholder Expectations of Library Value. Public Library Quarterly, 0(0), 1–11.

Martin Prosperity Institute. (2013). So Much More: The Economic Impact of the Toronto Public Library on the City of Toronto. Martin Prosperity Institute.

Milligan, S., Silk, K., Arbuckle, A., & Siemens, R. (2019). The Initial Impact of the Open Scholarship Policy Observatory. KULA: Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Preservation Studies, 3(1), 16.

Schengili-Roberts, K., & Silk-Copeland, K. (1998). The Advanced HTML Companion, Second Edition (2 edition). Academic Press.

Silk, K. (2001, October). Tapping into the power of the Web: Four Canadian schools that stand out. Teach, Insert 10-11.

Silk, K. (2010, Summer). Perspectives on The Library of the Future: Notes from SLA 2010. The Courier: SLA Toronto Chapter, 47(4).

Silk, K. (2014). Mischief Managed: A Brief Introduction to Data Management. Feliciter, 60(2), 13-14,17.

Silk, K. (2016). Ink on Our Hands: Mapping the Integrated Digital Scholarship Ecosystem. Scholarly and Research Communication, 7(2).

Silk, K. (2017a, March). Wired West Bulletin—Volume 20, Issue 1. Divisions & Chapters & Caucuses, Oh My! Understanding the Anatomy of SLA.

Silk, K. (2017b). Space Use Study: Brampton Library, Calgary Public Library and Markham Public Library. Canadian Urban Libraries Council/Conseil des Bibliothèques Urbaines du Canada.

Silk, K. (2022, December). Top Tools to Measure Your Library’s Sustainability Impact. Computers in Libraries, 42(10).–Top-Tools-to-Measure-Your-Librarys-Sustainability-Impact.shtml

Silk, K., Houde, A., & Purdy, D. (2018). Measuring Journal Usage: A Study Across 28 Canadian Universities. Technicalities, 38(5), 1–8.

Silk, K., & Irwin, B. (Eds.). (2017). Creating a Culture of Evaluation: Taking Your Library from Talk to Action. OLA Press.

Silk, K., & Whyte Appleby, J. (2010). Open Data, Open City (Toronto 2010 Election Series). Martin Prosperity Institute.