Works in Progress
  • Miller, R. K. A new perspective on librarians in engineering education: Using Thomas Hughes's Systems Approach to consider partnerships and collaborations. Issues in Science & Technology Librarianship. Accepted pending revisions (in process).
  • Salem, J., Miller, R. K., & Borrelli, S. Building a partnership plan:  A framework for developing relationships at a new institution.  Library Leadership & Management. Special theme issue:  Contemporary Library Leadership:  A Holistic View. Manuscript in process.
  • Miller, R. K. & Hyde, J. Information seeking behavior and challenges of extension professionals: Identifying resources and strategies for effective research practices. Manuscript in process.  
  • Russell, J., & Miller, R. K. Connecting digital humanities and information literacy: A workshop toolkit.  Manuscript in process.  
  • Meier, J. & Miller, R. K. Fail early and often to succeed:  The case for rapid prototyping in academic libraries Library Leadership & Management. Forthcoming. 
  • Miller, R. K. Negotiating, persuading, and influencing: Putting your ideas to work. In M. Hodge (Ed.), The Future Academic Librarian's Toolkit: Finding Success on the Job Hunt and in Your First Job. Chicago: ACRL.  Forthcoming.
  • Feerrar, J. & Miller, R. K.  Reaching over the fence: Building partnerships with new teaching neighbors. 2016 LOEX Conference Proceedings (Library Orientation Series No. 49). Forthcoming.
  • Miller, R. K., DeBose, K. G., & Meier, C. Underage thinking: Building tomorrow's researchers through new campus collaborations. 2015 LOEX Conference Proceedings (Library Orientation Series No. 48).  Forthcoming.  

Books and Other Major Works

Chapters or Essays in Books

Peer-Reviewed Articles
  • Wissinger, C., Raish, V., Miller, R. K. & Borrelli, S. (2018). Expert teams in the academic library: Going beyond subject expertise to create scaffolded instruction. Journal of Library Administration, 58(4), 313-333.
  • DeBose, K. G., Haugen, I., & Miller, R. K. (2017, Winter). Information literacy instruction programs: Supporting the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Community at Virginia Tech. Library Trends, 65(3), 316-338. 
  • DeBose, K. G. & Miller, R. K. (2015, April).  Stewarding our first year students into the information ecosystem: A case study. Journal of Agriculture & Food Information, 16(2), 123-133. 
  • Miller, R. K. (2012, December).  Social media, authentic learning, and embedded librarianship:  A case study of dietetics students.  Journal of Information Literacy, 6(2), 97-109.  Available via the JIL website.  
  • Ryan, J., Porter, M., & Miller, R. K. (2010, December).  Academic library services in virtual worlds: An examination of the potential for library services in immersive environments.  Journal of Information Technology Education, 9.  Available via the JITE website.  
  • Ji, H., Hanna, S. D., Lawrence, F. C., & Miller, R. K. (2010, May).  Two decades of the Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning.  Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning, 21(1), 4-14. Available via the JFCP website.  
  • Miller, R. K. (2010, January).  The Destination: Louisiana Project: Combining wikis, digital libraries, and experiential learning to address current issues in information literacy instruction. Special peer-reviewed issue of Louisiana Libraries, 72(3), 19-24.  
  • Miller, R. K., Hires, W., & Lawrence, F. C. (2009, Fall). Transforming access to the Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning.  Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning, 20(2), 3-4. Available via the JFCP website.  

Articles and Other Publications (non peer-reviewed)
  • Miller, R. K., Reiter, L,. & Burchill, M. (2017, November). Field Reports: Digging DEEP. Library Journal, 142(18), 20. 
  • Miller, R. K. (2016, June). Embracing our communities of practice.  PaLA Bulletin, 71(2), 12-13. Available via the PaLA website.  
  • Meier, J. & Miller, R. K. (2016, June). Turning the revolution into an evolution: The case for design thinking and rapid prototyping in libraries. College & Research Libraries News, 77(6), 283-286.  Available via the C&RL News website
  • Miller, R. K. (2016, March).  Lucy Lee Lancaster.  Women of Library History.  Feminist Task Force of the American Library Association.  Available via the Women of Library History Tumblr.  
  • Miller, R. K., Moorefield-Lang, H., & Meier, C.  (2015, October).  Embracing the future. American Libraries.  Available via the American Libraries website.  
  • Miller, R. K. (2015, April).  Beyond the books:  Meaningful activities that motivate learners to develop information skills. Pedagogy in Practice 2015, 22-26.
  • Miller, R. K. (2015, March).  Individual adaptation:  Interdisciplinary perspectives on personal identity and learning during organizational change.  In ACRL 2015 Proceedings.  Paper presented at ACRL 2015, Portland, OR.  Chicago:  American Library Association.  Available via the ACRL website.
  • Miller, R. K., Barb, C., & Hall, T. (2013).  Library’s got talent!  New library instructors discover their voices.  2013 LOEX Conference Proceedings (Library Orientation Series No. 46).      
  • Miller, R. K. & Meier, C.  (2012).  Bringing more to the table(t):  Ideas and insights for using tablets in instruction. 2012 LOEX Conference Proceedings (Library Orientation Series No. 45).  
  • Miller, R. K., Goldbeck DeBose, K., Hall, N., Lindblad, P., Scripa, A., Speer, J., & Young, P. (2013, April-June).  Promoting universal knowledge for all:  Open Access Week 2012 at Virginia Tech.  Virginia Libraries. Available via the Virginia Libraries website.  
  • Miller, R. K., Meier, C., and Moorefield-Lang, H. (2013, January).  Dispatches from the Field: The tao of tablets. American Libraries. Available via the American Libraries website.  
  • Miller, R. K. (2012).  LILAC Conference:  Perspectives from a Bogle Pratt awardee. International Leads, 26(2):  6.  Available via VTechWorks
  • Miller, R. K. & Paulo, J.  (2012).  Learning the language of information literacy: Takeaways from ACRL's Immersion Program.  Virginia Libraries, 58(2).  Available via the Virginia Libraries website.  
  • Miller, R. K. (2011).  VLA NMRT Forum: Supporting the next generation of Virginia's library leaders.  Virginia Libraries, 57(3).  Available via the Virginia Libraries website.  
  • Miller, R. K. (2010, May).  Strengthening our ties: The Louisiana Library Association reinvigorates its New Members Round Table (and vice versa!).  Footnotes:  Newsletter of the New Members Round Table, 39(4), n.p.  Available via the ALA NMRT Footnotes website.  
  • Miller, R. K. (2009, Summer).  The librarian: A new ingredient in the recipe for success in dietetic education.  DEP-Line:  A Publication of the Dietetic Educators of Practitioners, 11-12.
  • Miller, R. K. & Lawrence, F. C. (2008, Fall).  AFCPE's research journal gains new points of access and indexing platforms. The Standard: Newsletter for the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education, 26(4), 15.  Available via the AFCPE website.  
  • Miller, R. K. (2008, January).  From Bodleian to Idea Stores: The evolution of English library design.  Library Student Journal, 3(1), n.p.  Available via VTechWorks

Book Reviews
  • Miller, R. K. (2018, June). [Review of the book Disciplinary Applications of Information Literacy Threshold Concepts, ed. by S. Godbey, S. B. Wainscott, and X. Goodman]. Journal of Information Literacy, 12(1), 152-153. Available via the JIL website.
  • Miller, R. K. (2010, May).  [Review of the book Bite-Sized Marketing: Realistic Solutions for Overworked Librarians, by N. Dowd, M. Evangeliste, and J. Silberman]. Endnotes:  The Journal of the New Members Round Table, 1(1), n.p. Available via the ALA NMRT Endnotes website.  
  • Miller, R. K. (2009, Summer).  [Review of the book Gender, by H. Bradley].  Feminist Collections:  A Quarterly Review of Women's Studies Resources, 30(2), 20.  
  • Miller, R. K. (2008, September).  [Review of the book Thinking Outside the Book: Essays for Innovative Librarians, by C. Smallwood]. LIBRES: Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal, 18, n.p.  Available via the LIBRES website.